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September 15, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford Farmer’s Market will be open Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the Public... More...

Special Sections


Grand jury recommends charges in hazing death

POCONO SUMMIT, Pa. (AP) — A grand jury has recommended charges against dozens of fraternity... More...

Settlement reached in 2009 spill

HARRISBURG,... More...

Suspect sought in two slayings

CLEVELAND,... More...


The caustic teacher

For several years schools and courts have been wrestling with the question of whether students may... More...

Old Photo Album

This photo was printed in... More...

How they spent summer

Time to yodel a big old welcome back to the same old grind from our too brief summer respite. And... More...

State/National Sports

Pitt’s Narduzzi staying with two QB’s for Iowa game

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Where some see a budding quarterback controversy, Pat Narduzzi sees... More...

Dupree making rookie impression with Steelers

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — The opening line on Bud Dupree’s NFL resume looks pretty good. ... More...

Falcons gain a big lead, enough to hold off Eagles

ATLANTA (AP) — Julio Jones had 141 yards receiving and two touchdowns, Matt Ryan shook off a... More...

Paving, painting continue in Everett

EVERETT — Paving and line painting continues in Everett, with several projects still on the... More...

TM board considers active shooter training

SAXTON — Tussey Mountain School Board plans to discuss whether to implement active shooter... More...

Teacher shortages come after years of cuts

LOS ANGELES (AP) — When a new school year began at the Sierra Sands Unified district 150... More...


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Glimpses of Bedford County

Singers help keep area culturally healthy

“Music and the arts play a vital role in creating a vibrant community.” Those words are... More...

Barber will continue collection efforts

Local barbershop owner Dave Musselman started collecting beverage can tabs to help a family with... More...

Volunteers to collect

Pets-In-Need volunteers will be at Tractor Supply in the Bedford Square Shopping Center on Sept. 19... More...

Local Sports

Bedford sweeps Everett in county matchup

EVERETT — Bedford showed its strength in the serving game and at the net with a three-game... More...

Claysburg girls take care of Tussey Mountain

CLAYSBURG — Both Tussey Mountain and Claysburg-Kimmel entered Monday’s contest... More...

Bedford, Northern among soccer winners

Bedford picked up a tight, 1-0 win over Bishop Carroll on Monday. Austin Bussard had the goal in... More...


Blessed events

Edwin and Samantha Robley of Bedford welcomed a son to their family on Sept. 5. Edwin John Robley... More...

Vital Statistics

Black, Brown to wed Oct. 3

Pam and Tim Black of Everett announce the engagement of their daughter, Alicia Black, to Kyle... More...

Robbins, Stultz engaged to wed

Charles and Rita Robbins, of Everett, and Robert and Kim Stultz, of Imler, are pleased to announce... More...