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SAXTON — Tussey Mountain School District will move forward with negotiations to explore the possibility of becoming a member of the Bedford County Technical Center despite a close vote among board members Monday night.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Amid internal controversies and a capital city deeply distracted by the partial government shutdown, the third Women’s March returned to Washington on Saturday with an enduring message of anger and defiance aimed directly at President Donald Trump’s White House.

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PRINCETON, W.Va. (AP) — Some people work a job their whole lives and it is nothing more than a job. When it is time to retire, they spend that time focusing on passion projects or hobbies. Other people have the privilege of finding a job that is their passion.

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Narcotics Anonymous meetings will be held at 7 p.m. on Sundays at the Immaculate Conception Church, 1416 Dudley Road, Dudley. Questions will be answered by calling 494-6028.

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VFW Post 2088 in Everett meets on the first Friday at 7:30 p.m. of every month. All war veterans are invited to join the unit. For more information, call 652-2411. The canteen is open seven days a week, starting at noon.

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Winter storms moving across the state brought less precipitation than expected in some areas but the Pennsylvania Department of Health urges residents to be prepared for the cold wind chills expected throughout today.

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BREEZEWOOD — An early morning Saturday blaze displaced more than a dozen people in Breezewood after a fire ripped through the Econo Lodge.

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With winter storm “Harper” expected to bring as much as 10 inches of snow, high winds, sleet and freezing rain across the state this weekend, Gov. Tom Wolf signed a state of emergency declaration Friday afternoon.

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The program that provides what used to be called “food stamps” is alerting beneficiaries that while they may have received their February benefits early on their electronic benefits cards, they should be sure to carefully budget those funds.

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A Martinsburg woman was charged with harassment.

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Buses will travel from central Pennsylvania to the 46th Annual March for Life on Jan. 18. Buses will pick up riders for the one-day trip at 7 a.m. at St. Therese of the Child Jesus Church in Altoona, 7:20 a.m. at St. Mary Church in Hollidaysburg and 7:30 a.m. at the Walmart in East Freedom. …

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Yes, Everett, there may really be a Santa Claus, as several Bloody Run Historic Society members discovered (to their joy) when a seemingly serious investor visited their historic site while touring the community considering the purchase of the Union Hotel. Please, Santa, let it be. Everett R…

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Hundreds of consumers from the Northeast visited the 26th annual NBC4 Health and Fitness Expo, looking for more information on improving their overall health and well-being. Beef was center stage in that discussion, thanks to a partnership between the Kentucky Beef Council and the checkoff’s…

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The Schellsburg and Old Log Church Historical Society has announced its 2019 Hometown Hero Banner Program.

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Thursday’s snowfall apparently was a taste of the new year’s first significant storm coming this weekend.

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In a Bedford building that is familiar to downtown pedestrians for its corridor connecting Pitt Street to West Central Way, the Mini Mall is now the temporary home for dozens of works from local artist Kevin Kutz.

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The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for Jan. 21-25 is as follows:

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Claysburg-Kimmel School District and Rachel’s Challenge are hoping to start a chain reaction of kindness and compassion that will make its schools a safer environment for students.

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The Tax Cut and Jobs Act has eliminated some itemized deductions at the federal level, but there are still items you may be able to deduct at the state and local income tax level.

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SAXTON—Folk duo Simple Gifts was back at Tussey Mountain Elementary Wednesday to work with some of the school’s students, who then put on a performance later in the day for their family and friends.

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Martinsburg Business and Professional Women’s Club will meet at 5:45 p.m. Feb. 21 at Homewood’s Concord Room, 2nd Floor, 437 Givler Drive, Martinsburg. The speaker will be Chris Wise, owner of Friends Farm. To dine, discuss and donate to four charities, call 793-3182 by Feb. 21.

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Grimm and Friends will perform classic country music from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Fridays at the Woodbury Area Community Center, located along Route 36. Admission will be $10. There will be food, music and beverages.

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FISHERTOWN —The Chestnut Ridge School Board held its agenda setting meeting Tuesday night. The Board plans to vote on the following items at its meeting next week:

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The state’s education leader will visit Bedford Area School District next week to have a look at its After School program.

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A bridge that carries Sweet Root Road over Shobers Run in Bedford Township will be shut down temporarily.

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An Everett man was sentenced on Tuesday to serve seven to 15 years in state prison after he had pleaded no contest to a first degree felony count of rape of a child.

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A Clearville woman was charged with retail theft.

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The Pennsylvania Beef Council set up a beef display for consumers at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.