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April 28, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Student loan borrowers’ data breached

MINNEAPOLIS — A student loan services company recently notified 16,500 borrowers that files... More...

Special Sections

Local

May is time for a walk with your pet at Furrie Skurry

These pets are ready for adoption and a walk at the Bedford County Humane Society’s Furrie... More...

Recent Kevin Kutz artwork on display at local restaurant

Recent watercolors, drawings and paintings by Bedford County artist Kevin Kutz is being exhibited... More...

Driver hurt near Clearville

An man was taken to a hospital Friday afternoon after his pickup struck a tree along Big Creek... More...

Editorial

Special days

Columnist

Did you do anything special for Earth Day last week? Actually, every day is Earth Day because we... More...

Fascination with the Brits

Guest editorial

It was an English monarch who purportedly said, "No news is better than evil news," and thereby... More...

Old Photo Album

The photo taken in the early 1900s shows Ethel (Smith) Clark, left, and her friend Ada Pepple.... More...

Hopewell bridge work to resume

Work will continue Monday on the $11 million project to replace the Hopewell bridge and realign the... More...

Philly told to release Amazon incentives

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A state agency has ordered Philadelphia to release the financial... More...

Top of th' Morning

Cumberland Valley Township has announced a road closing for next week. The township said Teaberry... More...

Obituaries

Karen B. Brantner - 2018-10-20
Richard Rockwell - 2018-10-20
Ralph Eugene Jay - 2018-10-20
Joanne R. Miller - 2018-10-20
Bernard L. Price - 2018-10-20
Barbara Jane Kagarise - 2018-10-20
Karen B. Brantner - 2018-10-19
Ralph Eugene Jay - 2018-10-19
Donald Wayne Mortimore - 2018-10-19
Arthur W. Hoenstine - 2018-10-18
Memorial Service - 2018-10-18
Virginia H. Bequeath - 2018-10-17
Andrew E. Van Horn - 2018-10-17
Thomas F. Wright - 2018-10-17
Jack A. Hoenstine - 2018-10-16
Dr. Jason Craig Waite - 2018-10-16
John H. Egolf - 2018-10-16
E. Ruth Over - 2018-10-15
Paul Detwiler Jr. - 2018-10-13
Jane (Culp) Vandermade - 2018-10-13
Irma E. Greenawalt - 2018-10-12
Martha L. Davis - 2018-10-11
Fred Eugene Brown - 2018-10-10
Don A. Fletcher - 2018-10-10
Kathy Jo Sturtz - 2018-10-10
Earl Richard Davis Jr. - 2018-10-10
John Russell Giffin - 2018-10-10
Guy Hunter Velykis - 2018-10-10
Larry E. Finnegan Sr. - 2018-10-10
Rae Kathleen Ickes - 2018-10-08
Fredrick J. Risbon - 2018-10-08
Elaine Cole - 2018-10-08
Richard A. Skok - 2018-10-05
Linda I. Whysong - 2018-10-04
Betty J. Lundquist - 2018-10-03
Weston Miles Konicky - 2018-10-03
Maxine D. Wakefoose - 2018-10-03
Anna J. Musselman - 2018-10-02

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State/National

Pa. congressman resigns

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Pennsylvania congressman who used taxpayer money to settle a former... More...

State

Shapiro appeals PSU frat ruling   HARRISBURG (AP) — Pennsylvania’s attorney... More...

House committee report clears Trump campaign

WASHINGTON — The Republican-led House intelligence committee on Friday released a lengthy... More...

World

Koreas lay out path to peace

GOYANG, South Korea (AP) — The leaders of North and South Korea vowed Friday to seek a... More...

Britain’s new prince is Louis Arthur Charles

LONDON (AP) — The new prince has a name — in fact three. The infant son of the Duke and... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg girls top Williamsburg; Bedford splits twinbill

WILLIAMSBURG — The Claysburg-Kimmel Lady Bulldogs scored five runs through the first three... More...

TM, C-K baseball team win league contests

WATERFALL — The Tussey Mountain Titans used a four-run fourth inning to topple the Cardinals... More...

Claysburg-Kimmel's threw a perfect game

Claysburg-Kimmel 16, Williamsburg 0, 4 innings   WILLIAMSBURG — Claysburg-Kimmel’s... More...

State/National Sports

Edmunds surpised to be picked in first round

PITTSBURGH (AP) — If Terrell Edmunds is being honest, he didn’t expect to hear his name... More...

Steelers grab OSU tandem of Rudolph, Washington

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Mason Rudolph and James Washington spent four years lighting up defenses... More...

Marte, Mercer help Bucs rally past Cardinals

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Starling Marte’s gameending single in the 11th inning lifted the... More...