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October 18, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Environmentalists seek strength in power of diversity

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Thousands of young environmentalists from around the country are heading to... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford County Federated Library System and Bedford County Library have changed their board... More...

Special Sections

Local

AIM artwork showcased Sunday

An art workshop that began this year for adults with intellectual disabilities invites the public... More...

Dog park hosting Barktoberfest events

Barktoberfest will be held Oct. 18-20 at the Blair County Dog Park. The rain date is Oct. 25-27.... More...

Brochure wins fourth

The Fall Foliage Committee received fourth place in the 2013 International Best Brochure... More...

Local Sports

HOPE for Hyndman Hornets round out regular season .500 with victory

Boys Soccer HOPE for Hyndman 3, Berlin Brothersvalley 1 HYNDMAN — The HOPE for Hyndman... More...

A look at Class A football playoffs, weekly picks

Single A Playoffs Single A playoffs - District 5 there are six teams that have won four games and... More...

—— Junior High ——

Everett 27, Mount Union 12 EVERETT — The Everett Warriors junior high football team picked up... More...

Worship

Grief Share group forming at Breezewood church

GRIEF SHARE, a grief recovery support group, will meet Sundays, beginning Oct. 20, at 6:30 p.m. at... More...

St. James Episcopal Church bell will be silent for a while this autumn

Since 1957, the bell in the St. James Episcopal Church at 309 S. Richard St., Bedford, has reminded... More...

Everett explains new school profiles

EVERETT — This school year, 2013- 14, would have been the one that Pennsylvania’s... More...

Obama lashes GOP over shutdown

WASHINGTON (AP) — In withering day-after criticism, President Barack Obama declared Thursday... More...

View from above

Colorful leaves and, in the distance, brown cornfields can be seen in this view from near the top... More...

Obituaries

Randy G. Chamberlain - 2014-11-25
David L. Whitfield - 2014-11-25
Mildred L. Buseck - 2014-11-24
Evelyn Grace Martz - 2014-11-24
Brian K. Pineda - 2014-11-24
Mildred L. Buseck - 2014-11-22
Richard D. Stroup - 2014-11-22
Jere Lynn Conner - 2014-11-21
John G. James Sr. - 2014-11-21
Barbara Anne Montag - 2014-11-21
Richard D. Stroup - 2014-11-21
Lila J. Whetstone - 2014-11-21
Russell L. Berkey - 2014-11-20
Naomi J. Harnish - 2014-11-19
Margie M. Heltzel - 2014-11-19
Mabel M. Burkett - 2014-11-18
Mary E. Cessna - 2014-11-18
Maynard Curtis Spade - 2014-11-18
Margaret I. Bowser - 2014-11-15
Leo J. Hankinson - 2014-11-15
Justin Wade Henderson - 2014-11-14
Betty L. Weyant - 2014-11-14
Roxie Ann Birmingham - 2014-11-13
Helen (Ford) Gates - 2014-11-12
Adaline Irene Craig - 2014-11-11
Mary Grace Benna - 2014-11-10
Deborah J. Heeter - 2014-11-10
John H. Mills - 2014-11-10
Laura V. Melius - 2014-11-08
Shirley A. Barefoot - 2014-11-07
Lois Beachly Armstrong - 2014-11-06
Lucy May Pittman - 2014-11-06
Marjorie M. Roland - 2014-11-06

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State/National

Officials set Oct. 20-26 at National Radon Action Week

The federal government is taking action on radon gas to prevent lung cancer deaths in the United... More...

After asthma death, Philly looks at school staffing

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Daniel Burch wonders whether to home school his two asthmatic sons, after... More...

Stack to run for Pa. lieutenant gov.

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A Philadelphia state senator who for months toyed with the idea of... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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GOP deserves choices

The rumors of Gov. Tom Corbett’s political difficulties having an effect on his chances of... More...

Crises aren’t over

My Republican father used to say that conservatism was looking for stairs to walk down rather than... More...

State/National Sports

Crosby, Fleury lift Penguins past Flyers, 4-1

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Sidney Crosby, Jussi Jokinen and Chris Kunitz scored goals, leading the... More...

Confident WR Brown on record pace for Steelers

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Antonio Brown keeps insisting he didn’t get into it with Pittsburgh... More...

Cardinals need one more big start from pitcher Wacha

ST. LOUIS (AP) — For four straight starts, Michael Wacha has been all but untouchable and... More...