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January 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

New limits proposed on NSA phone collections

WASHINGTON (AP) — Seeking to calm a furor over... More...

Top of th' Morning

Many government offices will be closed Monday. To mark Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday,... More...

Special Sections

Local

Fifth time's a charm

Maybe Facebook isn’t so bad after all. A couple of months ago I threw up my hands (digitally)... More...

Artist talk, workshops to be held

“Talking Industrial II,” an artist talk and worshops with artists featured in the local... More...

Bus tour planned

The B edford County Historical Society is sponsoring a bus tour Feb. 13 to the National Civil War... More...

Local Sports

Northern boys pick up a victory at Ridge

FISHERTOWN — Your best offense can often be defense. That applied to Northern Bedford on... More...

Visiting Titans able to fend off feisty Warriors, 50-38

EVERETT — For the second straight game, the Everett Warriors held with their opponent well... More...

CK girls win, 74-32

CLAYSBURG — Claysburg- Kimmel edged out Mount Union at home on Friday, 74- 32. Abby Kulick... More...

Obama signs $1.1 trillion spending bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama on Friday signed a $1.1 trillion spending bill that... More...

Pike2Bike group to learn survey results

Pike2Bike project coordinators will learn Tuesday whether the plan to turn an eight-mile stretch of... More...

Corbett cancels visit to Philly school amid ed funding protests

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Gov. Tom Corbett ditched his first scheduled visit to a district-run... More...

Obituaries

Norma B. Berkey - 2016-08-24
Curtis R. Horton - 2016-08-24
Larry B. Bowman - 2016-08-24
Penney L. McKnight - 2016-08-24
Carla L. Crabtree - 2016-08-24
James William Gartland - 2016-08-23
Melvin E. Lafferty - 2016-08-23
Mary C. Orndoff - 2016-08-23
Billy Lee Porter - 2016-08-22
Gary Lee Weicht - 2016-08-22
James Monte Figard - 2016-08-20
Ruth V. Dorman - 2016-08-18
E. Pearl Ferguson - 2016-08-18
Janet Watkins Robel - 2016-08-17
Karen Lee Wyant - 2016-08-17
Linda Lou Hamm - 2016-08-16
Milton R. Marsh - 2016-08-16
Deborah S. Helman - 2016-08-16
Kenneth Robert Moore - 2016-08-16
John H. Crist - 2016-08-15
Jane Louise May - 2016-08-15
Edward F. Diehl - 2016-08-15
William P. Moore - 2016-08-13
Maurice D. Oaks - 2016-08-13
Bonnie Y. Fox - 2016-08-11
Bonnie Y. Fox - 2016-08-10
Donald C. Martin - 2016-08-09
Lucille E. Rheault - 2016-08-09
Robert R. Runk - 2016-08-09
Robert C. Black - 2016-08-08
Cathy D. Slick - 2016-08-08
Cathy D. Slick - 2016-08-06
Dorothy Louise Smith - 2016-08-06
Stanley B. Rollason - 2016-08-06

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State/National

Judge spikes photo ID requirement for Pa. voters

HARRISBURG,... More...

Two students shot in Philly school

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A boy and a girl hanging out with a group of fellow students in a high... More...

No funds for Eisenhower memorial

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Funding requested to begin building the planned Dwight... More...

Editorial

Old Photo Album

This is the 1945 graduation picture of Alma M. (Henry) Best, who attended Replogle School. After... More...

Help fund field trips

How bad has the financial crunch gotten for schools? Well, in districts around York County, it... More...

D.C. doubletalk persists

Here in your nation’s capital, things are not always what they seem. There is great... More...

State/National Sports

Scherzer, Davis get arbitration deals

NEW YORK (AP) — AL Cy Young Award winner Max Scherzer and major league home run champion... More...

Prepped for big stage is why Seattle has edge

SEATTLE (AP) — Pete Carroll built the Seattle Seahawks so moments like playing for an NFC... More...

49ers’ James awaits chance in NFC title game

SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) — LaMichael James might only get a couple of chances to touch the... More...

Thank You

Cornerstone Community Services

Gas Slayer Promo

Bollman Charter Service

In Memory

Lunch Specials