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June 19, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Children crowd into immigrant holding stations

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — Children’s faces pressed against glass. Hundreds of young... More...

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Local

Entertainment

QUEEN Street Fair will be held from noon to 9 p.m. June 20-21. There will be barbecued chicken, ox... More...

C-K Summer Reading under way

Claysburg-Kimmel Elementary's new Summer Reading program started off successfully this week. More... More...

Senior Menus

The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for June 23- June 27 is as follows: Monday... More...

World

Iraq’s al-Maliki reaches out to rival

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraqi forces and Sunni militants battled fiercely for control of the... More...

Ukraine president promises cease-fire

KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — The new president of Ukraine promised on Wednesday that government... More...

Local Sports

Hurricanes blow past Saints, 10-3

Bedford remained unbeaten on Wednesday night with a 10-3 victory over St. Michael in Cambria County... More...

Ressler’s goes perfect

The Ressler’s Automotive and Towing Pirates finished the Bedford-Chestnut Ridge Ball League... More...

Daugherty’s is second

The Chestnut Ridge New Paris Major League Team, sponsored by Daugherty’s Lawn Service,... More...

Lawmakers: Pension reform needed now

Local lawmakers are hopeful that the state budget will be passed by June 30 but they are opposing... More...

Obama may act in Iraq without signoff

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama and congressional leaders believe he does not need... More...

Top of th' Morning

Friday is the deadline for registering to attend the "Government: It's Your Business" Affordable... More...

Obituaries

Donald C. Gallagher - 2015-09-04
Robert F. Taylor - 2015-09-04
Tammy R. Dennison - 2015-09-03
Edna E. Kennedy - 2015-09-03
George E. Lightner - 2015-09-03
Tammy R. Dennison - 2015-09-02
Helen J. Wertz - 2015-09-02
Earl Brown Jr. - 2015-09-01
Darrell S. Dodson - 2015-09-01
Jason Wyatt Mearkle - 2015-09-01
Charles R. Collins - 2015-09-01
Lawrence Duvall - 2015-09-01
Marjorie B. Stultz - 2015-09-01
Mildred E. Miller - 2015-09-01
Linda Ann Keys - 2015-09-01
Gladyse V. Brown - 2015-08-31
James ‘Jim’ Reid - 2015-08-31
Gary L. McVicker - 2015-08-28
Webster L. Mearkle - 2015-08-28
Doris O. Abbott - 2015-08-27
Dorothy M. Fouse - 2015-08-27
Lois L. Welsh-Collins - 2015-08-27
Richard John Cottle - 2015-08-27
Memorial service - 2015-08-27
Veryl Walden Fluke - 2015-08-26
Webster L. Mearkle - 2015-08-26
Top of th' Morning - 2015-08-26
Philemon Richard Davis - 2015-08-25
Marie B. Clouse - 2015-08-24
Raymond J. Glass - 2015-08-24
Ruth L. Cornell - 2015-08-24
Elsie Louise Leydig - 2015-08-24
Robert M. Rider - 2015-08-24
Richard L. Beisel - 2015-08-22
Carrie Louise Ward - 2015-08-22
James L. Brallier - 2015-08-22
Richard Woodrow Corle - 2015-08-22
Joan E. (Johnson) Dove - 2015-08-21
Delores May Tuttle - 2015-08-21
Marilla C. (Gram) Foor - 2015-08-21
Edward D. Gracey - 2015-08-20
Frank R. Pearcy Jr. - 2015-08-19
Rodney Belles - 2015-08-18
Homer J. Troutman - 2015-08-18
Starla Joy Martin - 2015-08-18
Judith Joy Replogle - 2015-08-18
Marion S. Rinard - 2015-08-18
Edward L. Burtnett - 2015-08-17
Garland B. Poland - 2015-08-17
Russell Melvin Taylor - 2015-08-17

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State/National

Pa. casinos report slight increase

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania casinos took in about $64 million from table games last... More...

Feds: Oil train details not security sensitive

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) —... More...

Lawmakers press GM on report’s findings

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Lawmakers expressed disbelief Wednesday at General Motors’... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Tax smokeless, too

State elected officials should raise the tax on cigarettes. While they are at it, they should... More...

Enough damage already

I n 2006, I invited the late General Bill Odom to address my... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers looking at more no-huddle

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers turned to the no huddle offense out of desperation... More...

Phillies batter Braves to complete sweep

ATLANTA ( AP) — Ryan Howard capped a big series by driving in two runs with three hits and... More...

Upstart Chile eliminates defending champ Spain

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — With its superstars aging and its loyal coach slow to blend in young... More...