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April 18, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

New laws help child advocates

Most Bedford County residents have seen the blue teddy bears adorning the walls and registers of... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Everett Free Library will be closed this weekend.  The library will be closed in... More...

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Local

Halvorson to meet with locals

Art Halvorson, Republican candidate for Congress, will meet the public at Homewood at Spring House... More...

Everett bus trip set for April 23

Everett Area Business Association will meet at the Masonic Temple, on April 23, 7 a.m., for a bus... More...

Everett sets 5-year technology plan

EVERETT — It’s tough to keep pace with technology but Everett Area School District will... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Earthquake response

Confirmation by Ohio officials that fracking caused several low- level earthquakes near the... More...

Oh, for Dr. Welby

WASHINGTON — When our longtime family doctor retired in the early 1960s, he was, according to... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates go home run crazy against Brewers, win 11-2

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Andrew McCutchen hit his first homer of the season and drove in three... More...

Phillies beat Braves, 1-0, on an RBI single by Revere

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) —... More...

Rangers top 4-1 Flyers in opener

NEW YORK (AP) — Brad Richards and Derek Stepan scored power-play goals 47 seconds apart in... More...

State funds owed to Everett top $700k

EVERETT — The state owes Everett Area School District about $704,000 it promised as part of... More...

Boy fights MS with bracelet sales

Just after Christmas, Kyler Weyant of Bedford had finally saved up money to buy a variety of rubber... More...

Bot teams ready for competition

With another bot and eight more members added to their team, the Bedford High School BotsIQ team is... More...

Obituaries

Thomas E. Bingham - 2017-02-21
John E. Criswell - 2017-02-21
Grace A. Weimer - 2017-02-21
William M. Strayer Jr. - 2017-02-20
Dale L. Price - 2017-02-18
Nancy Green - 2017-02-18
Sandy M. Crawford - 2017-02-17
Sharon Sinclair-Snyder - 2017-02-17
Mary Jane Whitesell - 2017-02-17
Margaret F. Entrekin - 2017-02-17
L. Faith Horner - 2017-02-17
Jennifer (Angelo) Meck - 2017-02-16
Mark (Marck) Robinson - 2017-02-16
Ruby V. Shroyer - 2017-02-16
Thomas L. Spencer - 2017-02-14
Paul M. Calhoun - 2017-02-13
Richard A. May - 2017-02-13
Brent Allen Pensyl - 2017-02-13
Glen M. Johnson - 2017-02-11
Lois Mae Sollenberger - 2017-02-11
Stanley W. Corley Sr. - 2017-02-10
Michael Brady Rininger - 2017-02-10
Cheyanne Marie Powell - 2017-02-10
Dacota Emily Powell - 2017-02-10
Mark B. Atkinson - 2017-02-09
Shirley M. Conner - 2017-02-09
S. June Gosnell - 2017-02-09
Harold Grant Bishop - 2017-02-08
Arnold R. Miller - 2017-02-08
Minnie E. Miller - 2017-02-07
Derek Shane Burr - 2017-02-04
Mary Amelia Machtley - 2017-02-04
Erma Ruth Ling - 2017-02-04
Ronald W. Bingham - 2017-02-03
Carlton F. Rinker - 2017-02-03
Gary Francis Suggars - 2017-02-03
Roger A. Dodson - 2017-02-02
Geraldine A. Logsdon - 2017-02-02
Brenda J. Sacratini - 2017-02-02

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State/National

Mercury in national park fish

FRESNO, Calif. ( AP) — Federal scientists have found high amounts of mercury in sport fish... More...

Dem Tom Wolf reports $2.2M in 2012 income

HARRISBURG,... More...

Obama: Health care signups reach 8 million

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Eight million people have signed up for health care through new insurance... More...

Local Sports

Tussey Mountain holds off Northern Bedford

NEW ENTERPRISE — After the Titans of Tussey Mountain took the first game between them and... More...

Tussey Mountain, Everett girls earn league victories

LOYSBURG — Tussey Mountain scored in each inning to post a 10-0 mercy rule win at Northern... More...

Bedford baseball tops visiting Fort Hill

Bedford won its second game in as many days with a 6-3 decision over Fort Hill.  Austin... More...

Worship

Religion

EASTER egg hunt for children ages birth through grade 6 and their families will be hosted by the... More...