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June 13, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Civil War action featured at Old Bedford Village

American history will be brought to life this weekend at Old Bedford Village during the Civil War... More...

Special Sections

Local

Fire displaces Saxton residents

SAXTON — Fire of an undetermined origin caused moderate damage to a three-story apartment... More...

County food bank receives donation from United Way

The United Way of Bedford County presented the Bedford Food Bank with a $ 1,000 check Thursday... More...

Police

State police in Bedford are investigating a theft at the Goodwill... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg girls ready for Minersville in final

Lady Bulldogs face Battling Miners at Penn State at 3 p.m.

Don’t mind the Claysburg- Kimmel Lady Bulldogs if they have a little chip on their shoulder... More...

Minersville Battling Miners

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Claysburg-Kimmel Lady Bulldogs

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Worship

Religion

“INTERNATIONAL Spy Academy” will be the theme for Vacation Bible School at Tull’s... More...

Youth confirmed

Youth from four area Lutheran churches participated in Affirmation of Baptism and Rite of... More...

Warren wins SkillsUSA state office

Katrina Warren, a senior in the Building Trades curriculum at the Bedford County Technical Center,... More...

Everett expects deficit budget; tax hike

EVERETT — Everett Area School Board is considering a tax increase that will limit the erosion... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Affordable Care Act will be the topic of a "Government: It's Your Business"... More...

Obituaries

Wilbur Dean Claar - 2015-04-18
Carl Walter Ruby - 2015-04-18
Richard L. Speicher - 2015-04-18
Addition - 2015-04-18
Lowell C. Benton - 2015-04-17
Eva M. Miller - 2015-04-17
Nathan Thomas Sheehan - 2015-04-17
Gail Marie Cabassa - 2015-04-16
Randy Lynn Cornell - 2015-04-16
Garry W. Clark - 2015-04-15
Bertha L. Smith - 2015-04-15
Frank T. Foor Jr. - 2015-04-15
Lowell C. Benton - 2015-04-14
William Lewis Whisel - 2015-04-14
Shirley A. Lohr - 2015-04-14
Ida Pearl Speck - 2015-04-13
Richard D. Spargo - 2015-04-10
Arlene M. Edwards - 2015-04-09
Raymond F. Appleby - 2015-04-07
Jessica K. Deremer - 2015-04-06
Scott B. Horton - 2015-04-06
Deborah L. Seibert - 2015-04-06
Frances Colleen Brown - 2015-04-04
James Donald Baker - 2015-04-03
John R. Wyles Sr. - 2015-04-03
George G. Gayman - 2015-04-02
Marl Heidorn - 2015-03-31
Lois May Querry - 2015-03-30
Elwood J. F. Webb - 2015-03-30
Kadyn J. Lazor Heller - 2015-03-30

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State/National

Complaints prompt pipeline change

PITTSBURGH (AP) — An energy company has announced changes to the route of a proposed... More...

Delaware officials: Bridge review finds no threats to safety

DOVER, Del. (AP) — Vehicles and materials found stored under several major bridges in... More...

DA: Transit cop cuts line, handcuffs complainant

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A former Philadelphia transit officer is charged with handcuffing a woman... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

‘Distress’ more than word

Many state legislators apparently believe that the problem facing the state’s officially... More...

Another Afghan tragedy

WASHINGTON — Recent events in Afghanistan aside from any battle news require once again to... More...

State/National Sports

McCutchen stays hot, Pirates top Cubs 4-0

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Andrew McCutchen had two doubles and two RBIs to lift the Pittsburgh... More...

Steelers make Pouncey NFL’s highest-paid center

PITTSBURGH (AP) — As he lay on the Heinz Field turf last September, his right knee in... More...

Martin Kaymer seizes U.S. Open, shooting for 65

PINEHURST, N.C. (AP) — Three days of practice at the new Pinehurst No. 2 was enough to make... More...