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See bright Saturn on June 15

On June 1, Bedford’s sunrise is at 5:47 a.m. and sunset at 8:36 p.m. In mid June, sunrise is... More...

Frame Church hosts service

The annual Memorial Day service was held at Frame Church, Clearville on Sunday. The full house was... More...

Chicken barbecue planned for June 11

The Bedford County Democrats’ spring chicken barbecue will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1... More...

Local Sports

Curve win third in a row; Taillon strong in rehab start

ERIE – Behind three solo home runs, including two by Jordan Luplow, the Altoona Curve... More...

Minor League Update

Claysburg’s Kaleb Fleck has appeared in 20 games with the Reno Aces, the AAA affiliate of the... More...

Claysburg blanks Carroll to get to 6-A title game

CLAYSBURG — Mother nature tried its hardest to slow down the Claysburg Lady Bulldogs, but... More...

Deed Transfers

Bedford County deeds

Dallas S. Corle* to Dennis K. Mock*, King Twp., $30,000.  Cythnia K. Diehl to Cynthia K.... More...

Vital Statistics

Deremers to celebrate 60th

Clyde and Emily (Moorhead) Deremer of Bedford will celebrate 60 years of marriage on June 1. ... More...

Schellsburg man drowns at Shawnee

SCHELLSBURG — Two area families are mourning the loss of a life after a young man kayaking... More...

Sally Frear eagerly faced issues

After a May windstorm ripped up trees and pulled down an electric line in Bedford’s historic... More...


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Rural regional college approved

WARREN, Pa. (AP) — State education officials have given the green light for an educational... More...

Giraffe dies at Lehigh zoo

SCHNECKSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — A young giraffe recently brought to a Pennsylvania zoo has died... More...

News briefs

Trump honors fallen and families... More...


Big rigs are big enough

Guest editorial

Whatever you wear, eat, drive or otherwise consume or use, probably was shipped to you by... More...

Different Strokes —

Cartoon commentary
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Democrats’ new mantra

Has anyone noticed the moral and organizational collapse of the Democratic Party?  While the... More...

State/National Sports

Penguins get outshot, still top Predators

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh rookie Jake Guentzel beat Nashville’s Pekka Rinne with... More...

McCutchen blast lifts Pirates past Diamondbacks

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Andrew McCutchen has never hit so low in the lineup, and his .215 batting... More...

Five records fall at states