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  • 15th Annual Heather's Kup Planned For Oct. 28

    LUCENE STEELE, For the Herald|Oct 5, 2023

    Heather’s Kup and football have become simultaneous names among the circles in our area youth football world. Most players in the youth football programs anticipate the day when they can participate with the 5th/6th grade youth football teams at the annual Heather’s Kup held in October. These players look forward to the final tournament in the youth football season while helping to raise money to give back to their communities. This year, the 15th annual Heather’s Kup will be held Oct. 28, 2...

  • Cove Youth Football Kicked Off

    LUCENE STEELE, For the Herald|Sep 28, 2023

    It's football season and for the young gridiron players in grades first through sixth, the excitement and exhilaration is no different than the boys that play under the lights on Friday nights. This past weekend kicked off the youth football league between seven area teams. The league made up of teams from Bedford, Berlin, Claysburg, Everett, Northern Bedford, Spring Cove, and Tussey Mountain features progressive levels of play. Flag football is offered for players in first and second grades. In...

  • Northern Bedford Kicks off PRIDE Program

    LUCENE STEELE, For the Herald|Sep 7, 2023

    With the start of the school year, area school hallways are a buzz of excitement. For the Northern Bedford High School and Middle School, the excitement culminated into a fun afternoon for students and staff on Friday, Sept. 1, 2023. The annual PRIDE assembly was held in the high school auditorium and was led by master of ceremonies, senior, Eion Snider and junior, Avery Aungst. This high-energy event showcased students and staff participating in fun games together as a kick off to the school...

  • Panthers Hold Black and White Game

    LUCENE STEELE, For the Herald|Aug 24, 2023

    Panther Stadium in Loysburg came alive this past Thursday evening as the 2023 Panther Football team took the field for the annual Black and White game. The evening was full of activities showcasing the students of NBC who will soon be an integral part of the Friday night lights for the Northern Bedford County School district. The evening also showcased the new stadium lights that were installed at Panther Stadium this summer. These state of the art lights with color changing features were...

  • Bedford County Fair Bull Riding Attracts Crowd

    LUCENE STEELE, For the Herald|Sep 8, 2022

    When the July calendar comes around each year many families in the Cove anticipate attending the Bedford County Fair. Many of those families participate in 4H projects, the demolition derby, tractor pulls, stock car races, or other fair events. For those not participating in the fair activities as an exhibitor, there are often plans made to attend the fair to see one of the many attractions. It is the anticipated annual outing that is often planned well in advance in the busy schedules of many...

  • Cove Kids Participate in Mutton Busting, Stick Horse Race

    LUCENE STEELE, For the Herald|Aug 4, 2022

    On Wednesday evening, July 27, several of the Cove's toughest cowgirls and cowboys finished their farm chores, dusted off their boots, grabbed their cowboy hats, and made their way to the 2022 Bedford County Fair for the annual Bull Ride Mania Rodeo. Several of these little cowboys and cowgirls tried their luck with mutton busting before cheering on their favorite bull riders and barrel racers later in the evening. What is mutton busting? Mutton busting is a rodeo event for children similar to b...