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November 6, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Corbett spending millions to push agenda

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Last week, Gov. Corbett came under fire for spending nearly $3.5... More...

Zelem receives Cameo award

UPMC Bedford Memorial Registered Nurse D. Joseph Zelem was recently recognized at the University of... More...

Special Sections

Local

Students ‘Wear Out Wanda’

The Defiance Elementary staff and students were pretty in pink on Oct. 30 in honor of Wanda... More...

Honoring veterans

Saxton Liberty Elementary teachers, students and staff are decorating the town of Saxton to honor... More...

Police

An Ohio man was not injured after losing control of his vehicle Sunday in Napier... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

No to tavern gambling

I n one sense, Pennsylvania legislators have about 150 million reasons to expand gambling into... More...

Obamacare laid bare

Every disaster has its moment of clarity. Physicist Richard Feynman dunks an Oring into ice water... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers ‘open’ to change, but options are limited

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin insists he’s ‘‘not... More...

NFC East teams struggle through first half

The hottest team in the NFC East is the New York Giants. Enough said. A once-proud division that... More...

Union monitoring probe of Dolphins harassment

MIAMI ( AP) — The NFL Players Association said it will insist on a fair investigation for all... More...

Turnout ‘better than expected’

Local election officials were surprised, and pleasantly so, at the general election turnout... More...

Gov. Christie takes N.J.; McAuliff in Va.

His pitch bipartisan and inclusive, Republican Gov. Chris Christie cruised to re-election Tuesday... More...

Top of th' Morning

The November food distribution at the Bedford Food Pantry will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14, and... More...

Obituaries

Patricia E. Colvin - 2015-07-03
Jerry Lee Snyder - 2015-07-03
Eileen L. Schreiter - 2015-07-03
Louise A. Stoudnour - 2015-07-03
Ethel L. Cook - 2015-07-02
Margaret A. Miller - 2015-07-02
Linda Fleegle Romani - 2015-07-02
William T. Howsare - 2015-07-02
Elma H. Rose - 2015-07-02
Sylvia Jean Fessler - 2015-07-01
William T. Howsare - 2015-07-01
Nevaline Kochamp - 2015-07-01
Clair T. Baker - 2015-06-30
Daniel C. Peck - 2015-06-30
Father Leroy O. Beyer - 2015-06-30
Cloette D. Defibaugh - 2015-06-29
Milo C. Uber - 2015-06-29
C. Elizabeth Ott - 2015-06-29
Pamela C. Pensyl - 2015-06-26
Donald R. Fluke - 2015-06-25
Patricia D. Mueller - 2015-06-25
Walter E. Wallace - 2015-06-25
Louise G. Knauer - 2015-06-25
Pamela C. Pensyl - 2015-06-25
Robert L. Satzer - 2015-06-24
Monty S. Guyer - 2015-06-23
James T. Fisher - 2015-06-22
John Ray Koontz - 2015-06-20
Katrina Aine Willis - 2015-06-20
Pearl L. Clark - 2015-06-19
James A. Zelanko - 2015-06-19
Vernon C. Miller - 2015-06-18
Anna Louise Cessna - 2015-06-17
Joanne F. McCarthy - 2015-06-17
Rev. Michael Olivieri - 2015-06-17
Memorial Service - 2015-06-17
Richard L. Adams - 2015-06-16
Christine E. George - 2015-06-16
Robert B. Wolfe - 2015-06-15

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State/National

Votes sought for UPMC Pink Glove video

PITTSBURGH — Breast cancer survivors are among the more than 200 UPMC physicians, staff and... More...

Voting for panda cub name under way

WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Zoo is asking the public to help name its female giant panda... More...

Central Park Zoo shows off pair of baby snow leapards

NEW YORK (AP) — New York’s Central Park Zoo is showing off two baby snow leopard cubs... More...

World

Public can view polar bear migration

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Polar bear researchers are experimenting with the idea of crowdsourcing... More...

Toronto mayor admits smoking crack

TORONTO (AP) — Toronto Mayor Rob Ford acknowledged for the first time Tuesday that he smoked... More...

Fighters ending rebellion in eastern Congo

KINSHASA, Congo (AP) — The M23 rebel group blamed for killing scores of civilians in eastern... More...

Local Sports

Bedford advances to PIAA QFs with 4-2 victory

LOYSBURG — Not only is soccer tough mentally, but also physically. On Tuesday, the District... More...

Sports Results

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5Boys SoccerPIAA First Roundat Northern Bedford(5-1) Bedford 4, (7-2) South... More...

Bulletin Board

Pre- Sale Tickets for the Tussey Mountain vs. North Star Football Game at Tussey Mt. on Friday Nov.... More...