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February 3, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

Magisterial district judge seeking fifth term

A four-term district judge announced he will seek his fifth term this year.  Brian... More...

Special Sections

State/National

Phil predicts more winter

PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. (AP) — The handlers of Pennsylvania’s most famous groundhog,... More...

Drought-easing California snow is heaviest in 22 years

PHILLIPS STATION,... More...

Duke Energy tells neighbors to waive claims

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Neighbors living near Duke Energy Corp’s coal ash pits in North... More...

Local Sports

Everett wrestlers pin HOPE for Hyndman

EVERETT — The beginning of the District 5-AA Team quarterfinal match couldn’t have gone... More...

Berlin grapplers stop Northern Bedford, 43-25

BERLIN — All season the Northern Bedford Black Panthers have relied on their... More...

Tussey Mountain topples Chestnut Ridge

SAXTON — Tussey Mountain used multiple scoring runs in the first half to pull away from... More...

Employers see their shadows helping out students’

Whether it was assisting in surgery, designing business cards or touring police barracks, Bedford... More...

Six more weeks of winter

Groundhog Club handler John Griffiths holds Punxsutawney Phil, the weather prognosticating... More...

Top of th' Morning

Community Impact Grant Application deadline is... More...

Obituaries

Diane Felix - 2018-11-19
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

Local

Weather Today

Partly sunny. Colder with highs in the upper 20s. West winds 5 to 10 mph. Wind chill values as low... More...

Mayor: Pittsburgh’s boil-water advisory lifted; water safe

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto says a boil-water advisory affecting 100,000... More...

US revises Russia sanctions for electronics exports

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Thursday revised recent U.S. sanctions that had... More...

Editorial

Weighing prison costs

Guest editorial

Gov. Tom Wolf issued a reprieve Thursday for three state prisons in Northeast Pennsylvania that had... More...

Different Strokes —

Cartoon commentary
Full Story

Muslims aren’t banned

A big hope when Donald Trump was campaigning to be president was that, if he somehow made it to the... More...

State/National Sports

Toughness only goes so far in concussion hits

HOUSTON (AP) — Mark Herzlich beat cancer to make it to the NFL, so he knows something about... More...

LA Olympic bid touts predictability in an era of uncertainty

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles Olympic planners competing for the 2024 Games promised... More...

Sports Briefs

Pitt names Shawn Watson offensive coordinator   PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh is turning... More...

Worship

Religion

FREE community lunch will be served from noon to 1:30 p.m. Feb. 11 at St. Paul’s United... More...