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August 17, 2016 RSS feed / Front Page

Gas line break causes temporary inconvenience

About 50 residential customers in the area of Forest Avenue in Bedford were without gas service... More...

Top of th' Morning

Brick orders are due.  Downtown Bedford Inc. is placing it fall order for brick pavers. Order... More...

Special Sections

Local

Claysburg’s Pioneer Days slated for Saturday, Aug. 27

Pioneer Day will return in Claysburg Saturday, Aug. 27 at Claysburg's Legion Field from 11 a.m. to... More...

County Farm Safety Day to teach about ag. equipment

The Bedford County Farm Safety Day for children and adults will be held on Saturday, Aug. 20, at... More...

Weather Today

Mostly cloudy. Humid with highs in the lower 80s. Northwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Wednesday night:... More...

Editorial

Churches being muzzled?

Guest editorial

In an attempt to cement support from conservative Christians, Donald ("I love the evangelicals!")... More...

Different Strokes —

Cartoon commentary
Full Story

To each his own Olympics

You may be thrilled by the feats of Katie Ledecky, mesmerized by the grace of the women gymnasts,... More...

Committees select nominee for Wozniak’s seat

If the Democrats’ state committee follows the recommendation of three counties in the... More...

Tussey board OKS teacher, support staff contracts

SAXTON — Tussey Mountain School Board Monday night unanimously approved new contracts with... More...

County Amateur Radio Society re-creates history

Members of Bedford County Amateur Radio Society had the unique opportunity to recreate history... More...

Obituaries

Derrick Tyler Sisk - 2018-08-17
Doris Jane Fulton - 2018-08-16
A. Lorraine Walter - 2018-08-16
Raymond Lee Gordon - 2018-08-16
Verna June Neuder - 2018-08-16
Charlotte J. Nause - 2018-08-15
Jacqueline M. Davis - 2018-08-14
Ronald Eugene Wilson - 2018-08-14
Clair E. Calhoun - 2018-08-13
Mary L. Holler - 2018-08-13
Troy R. Lankey - 2018-08-13
Bruce T. Deneen - 2018-08-11
James D. Garner - 2018-08-11
James D. Garner - 2018-08-10
Joseph E. Turner - 2018-08-10
Terry Ann Fultz - 2018-08-10
Jimmy Earl Hoover - 2018-08-10
Obituary Correction - 2018-08-10
Donald R. Weimer - 2018-08-09
Linda A. Rodgers - 2018-08-09
Franklin W. Hillegas - 2018-08-08
Waylon D. Corbin - 2018-08-08
George R. Hoey Sr. - 2018-08-08
Linda Lou Dull - 2018-08-08
Charles B. Engle - 2018-08-07
Lorna Clark - 2018-08-07
Daniel L. Hart - 2018-08-07
Obituary Correction - 2018-08-07
Jack Smith - 2018-08-06
James E. Balme Jr. - 2018-08-04
Karen L. Jasper - 2018-08-04
Alma J. Barefoot - 2018-08-04
Terry E. Fix - 2018-08-04
Thomas P. Wolfe - 2018-08-03
Carl F. Rowser - 2018-08-02
Robert G. Sichko - 2018-08-02
Helen L. Manges - 2018-08-01
Helen L. Gordon - 2018-07-31
Thomas A. Rose - 2018-07-30

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  • Flea Market August 18 & 19; 9am-5pm Route 30 Antiques 9106 Lincoln Hwy., Central City Multi Vendors- Something for everyone!
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State/National

World Trade Center mall re-opens, shows progress

NEW YORK (AP) — The re-opening of the World Trade Center mall Tuesday, is expected to help... More...

Pennsylvania AG Kane resigns after conviction

HARRISBURG,... More...

Handcyclist eyes a world distance record

PITTSBURGH (AP) — A long, daunting flight of stairs leads to the front door of Attila... More...

Local Sports

Schellsburg playoffs underway

On the back field Clear Spring won the first game 8-4, losing pitcher was Dustin Yarnell. In Game... More...

Stingers 16U wins Midnite Madness

The Keystone Stingers 16U travel softball team captured the First Annual Midnite Madness 18U... More...

State/National Sports

Harrison not backing down on PED talk

LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers’ linebacker James Harrison doesn’t want... More...

Villanueva and Harris battling for starting O-line spot

LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — Pittsburgh Steelers’ lineman Alejandro Villanueva has a chance to... More...

Franklin shows confidence in offense at Penn State

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — James Franklin believes that Penn State finally can pair a dynamic... More...