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December 10, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

County budget at $17.3M

Spending plan won’t require tax hike

The Bedford County commissioners put on display a $17.3 million spending plan that won’t... More...

Queen man dies of injuries from home fire

A Queen man whose home was heavily damaged in a fire Sunday has died of injuries sustained in that... More...

Special Sections


‘A Christmas Carol’ on stage

David Cubbison as “Jacob Marley” and Larry Hutchinson as “Scrooge”... More...

Bridge Flight concludes season

The Bedford Auxiliary Bridge Flight recently concluded its fall season of play. The flight raised... More...

Dinner benefits missions trip

Chicken barbecue dinner fundraiser will be hosted by Sloans Hollow Christians on a Mission to raise... More...


Political Cartoon

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ACA: All is not well

A ll’s well that ends well, except when it comes to the Affordable Care... More...

The real civil war

Old habits die hard. The media are so enamored of the continuing (and largely contrived) story... More...

State/National Sports

Source: Liriano gets three years with Pirates, among other deals

SAN DIEGO ( AP) — The Chicago White Sox are making the biggest moves at the winter meetings,... More...

Improved line paving way for Steelers Le’Veon Bell

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger waited for the call in his helmet, but the Pittsburgh... More...

Penn State takes next step with bowl game

NEW YORK (AP) — Penn State athletic director Sandy Barbour views an invitation to the... More...

Roy faces theft, fraud charges

Former car dealer failed to pay taxes, file paperwork

Some local consumers were unknowingly at risk after purchasing vehicles from Tony Roy Auto Sales in... More...

Broad Top historian, writer dies

Jon... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford County Players will be holding auditions for their next... More...


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N.J. may lower requirements on small casinos

ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) — New Jersey isn’t giving up on its effort to attract small... More...

Philadelphia firefighter dies in house fire

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A firefighter hailed for her work ethic and the pride she took in being... More...

Lawmakers agree on $1.1 trillion spending bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Time running short, Republicans and Democrats agreed Tuesday on a $1.1... More...

Local Sports

Northern Bedford girls hold off Claysburg

CLAYSBURG — Last season Northern Bedford and Claysburg-Kimmel faced one another three times... More...

Bedford gets four pins to push past Central Cambria

EBENSBURG — The early portion of this 2014-15 wrestling season can be considered a work in... More...

Mount Union breaks away from tie, tops Everett

EVERETT — The Everett wrestling team is looking to see how much of an improvement that it has... More...