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October 29, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Immigration bill’s fate murky on eve of lobbying

WASHINGTON (AP) — Prospects for comprehensive immigration legislation this year grew murkier... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Fifth Annual Heather's Cup Youth Football Tournament will be held... More...

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Local

All in pink

Students from Northern Bedford County High School promoted breast cancer awareness by wearing pink... More...

Flight 93 Memorial Chorus in concert

The Flight 93 Memorial Chorus will honor local veterans at two free concerts on Nov. 10. Veterans... More...

Students in ‘Men of Song’ festival

Students from Everett High School took part in the “Men of Song” festival on Saturday... More...

Local Sports

Chestnut Ridge tops Meyersdale, but falls to Berlin

BERLIN — When the end of the season comes, especially in the playoffs, its always nice to say... More...

Lady Titans lose to Lady Spartans

BERLIN — For the third time this season, Tussey Mountain and McConnellsburg met up on the... More...

Windber rambles past Everett in four

BOSWELL — Windber was too much for Everett in Monday’s opening round of the District... More...

PSU paying $59.7M in Sandusky claims

HARRISBURG,... More...

Health care signup deadline extended

WASHINGTON (AP) — With website woes ongoing, the Obama administration Monday granted a... More...

Docs to parents: Limit kids’ texts, tweets, online

CHICAGO (AP) — Doctors 2 parents: Limit kids’ tweeting, texting & keep smartphones,... More...

Obituaries

MaryAnn Barger - 2016-02-09
Wanda Kay Hess - 2016-02-09
Ross W. Cottle - 2016-02-09
Evelyn M. May Drenning - 2016-02-08
Clyde R. Johnson - 2016-02-08
Ray E. Snyder - 2016-02-08
Bonnie S. Moorhead - 2016-02-08
Heidi A. Dishong - 2016-02-06
Terry B. Ramsey - 2016-02-06
Wilmer G. Eichelberger - 2016-02-06
Clair W. Wilson - 2016-02-06
Heidi A. Dishong - 2016-02-05
Albert ‘Ray’ Nixon - 2016-02-05
Sara Jean Downing - 2016-02-05
Nancy P. Morse - 2016-02-05
Betty Louise Rininger - 2016-02-05
Janice L. Gable - 2016-02-04
Dale L. Willison - 2016-02-04
Helen Joanne Benton - 2016-02-03
Wanda Lou Schetrompf - 2016-02-03
Opal J. Corle - 2016-02-03
Edsel Gerald Shaffer - 2016-02-03
Nancy R. McGinnes - 2016-02-03
Norma Jean Sone - 2016-02-03
Clinton A. Clark - 2016-02-01
Gary L. Defibaugh - 2016-02-01
Dennis G. Benton - 2016-01-30
Allen Schooley - 2016-01-30
Gladys V. Mosser - 2016-01-30
Michele Lardiere - 2016-01-30
R. Lou Hite - 2016-01-29
Adda May Stultz - 2016-01-29
Brenda S. Davis - 2016-01-28
Jeanne B. Kmetz - 2016-01-28
Raymond G. Shepherd - 2016-01-28
Wendy Sue Gorsuch - 2016-01-27
Thomas A. Smith - 2016-01-27
Thomas A. Smith - 2016-01-26
Helen N. Winegardner - 2016-01-26
Ronald P. Ickes - 2016-01-25
Helen N. Winegardner - 2016-01-25
Herbert Neville - 2016-01-23
Larry S. Walters - 2016-01-23
Roy R. Mellott - 2016-01-21
Adda May Stultz - 2016-01-21

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State/National

Pa. students taken to hospital after bus crash

STROUDSBURG, Pa. (AP) — Police in northeastern Pennsylvania said 10 middle-school students... More...

Nutter, Kane join effort to stop thefts of smartphones

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and Pennsylvania Attorney General... More...

Tests show Altoona water okay despite threats

ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) — Tests show tap water in several central Pennsylvania communities has been... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Boston Tea Party

You hear the words “tea party” on the news as an object of ridicule. As if, to be of a... More...

Sparse, except for donors

Pennsylvania’s 2013 ballot is the sparsest in more than a decade, with only one statewide... More...

State/National Sports

Lester tosses another gem, Red Sox lead World Series

ST. LOUIS ( AP) — Jon Lester pitched the Boston Red Sox within a whisker of yet another World... More...

Steelers forced to re-evaluate

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Two weeks of momentum vanished in 19 seconds. More than three hours later,... More...

Panthers look to push the pace in ACC

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jamie Dixon means it this time. No, really, he... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Brandon Valentine and Mandolin Deffibaugh of Breezewood are pleased to announce the birth of a son.... More...