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October 2, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

4-Hers prep downtown Bedford for fall

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Produce giveaway is planned.  The Bedford Food Pantry, School Street, will host a produce... More...

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State/National

Hunting, tourism suffer in area of Frein manhunt

CANADENSIS,... More...

Former eBay exec sentenced

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A former eBay executive has been sentenced to 15 months in prison for his... More...

Secret Service head quits amid probe of breach

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Secret Service Director Julia Pierson abruptly resigned Wednesday in the... More...

Local Sports

Local teams get ready for second half of season

The second half of the 2014 regular season begins tonight and also includes a Saturday game for... More...

Week 6 Schedule

(All games at 7 p.m. unless noted) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3 Laurel Highlands... More...

Bedford boys runners win a pair

The Bedford boys cross country team picked up a pair of wins after taking the top two spots in the... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates’ season ends as Bumgarner, Giants roll

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Madison Bumgarner pitched a four-hitter with 10 strikeouts and Brandon... More...

Crosby, Pittsburgh hoping to be Cup contenders again

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The puck is the same size. So is the rink. The goal... More...

Pens beat Wings

DETROIT (AP) — Sidney Crosby made his exhibition debut in Pittsburgh’s final preseason... More...

Man who escaped jail caught at Walmart

The man who climbed a high wall within the Bedford County Correctional Facility to escape was... More...

Cases continued a week for three homicide suspects

EVERETT — All preliminary hearings for three suspects tied to the homicide of a Hyndman man... More...

Ebola patient told Dallas ER nurse of visit to Liberia

DALLAS (AP) — The first Ebola patient diagnosed in the... More...

Obituaries

Cynthia Koontz - 2018-11-17
Louis F. Toke - 2018-11-16
James T. Kalfas - 2018-11-14
Donald Jay Watkins - 2018-11-14
Carl Eugene Deremer - 2018-11-14
Joseph M. Seifert - 2018-11-14
Thelma Louise Hale - 2018-11-14
Laren Henry Rudisill - 2018-11-13
Margaret Irene Snyder - 2018-11-13
Mary Elizabeth Growden - 2018-11-12
Doris V. Shippey - 2018-11-12
Alma R. Mickey - 2018-11-12
Vera C. Gardner - 2018-11-10
Gary J. Grabill - 2018-11-10
Robert (Bob) E. Gordon - 2018-11-09
Margaret Parks - 2018-11-08
Betty Marie Fleegle - 2018-11-07
John H. Keller - 2018-11-07
Julia C. May - 2018-11-07
Betty J. Hasting - 2018-11-06
Walter Thomas Jones - 2018-11-06
Vicky Lynn Smith - 2018-11-06
Ralph J. Bogel - 2018-11-05
Cindy Lou Straley - 2018-11-05
Wilhelmina L. Thompson - 2018-11-05
Allegra F. Morral - 2018-11-03
Mary Magdalene Bussard - 2018-11-03
Daniel Joseph Hyatt - 2018-11-02
Samuel H. Ray - 2018-11-02
Lucille Lucko - 2018-11-01
Myra W. Ritchey - 2018-11-01
Memorial Service - 2018-11-01
Josephine G. Adolphson - 2018-10-31
Robert W. Bechtel - 2018-10-30
Harry W. Foster - 2018-10-30

Local

Entrants to test strength Sat. at fairgrounds

A strongman competition to raise funds for the Wounded Warrior Project will be held Saturday at the... More...

Entertainment

CORN Maze will be held at Old Bedford Village Oct. 17, 24, 25 and 31 from 5:30 to 10 p.m. From 5:30... More...

Central Court

EVERETT — The following defendants waived their right to a preliminary hearing on criminal... More...

World

Rebels close on airport

DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine advanced Wednesday on the... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Treat heroin as a disease

I t is time to bring heroin from out of the shadows and treat it as the public health crisis that... More...

Threats ruin rights

WASHINGTON — U.S. taxpayers foot the bill amounting to tens of millions of dollars each year... More...