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  • James Robert Barr

    Feb 3, 2022

    James “Jim” Robert Barr, 86, of Martinsburg passed away Monday, Jan. 24, 2022, at UPMC Altoona. He was born in El Dorado, Altoona Nov. 22, 1935, son of the late Henry Clayton Barr and Elizabeth A. (Hartman) Barr. On June 28, 1969 he married Linda L. Young at the United Methodist Church in Martinsburg. He is survived by his beloved wife of 52 years, Linda; three sons: Michael D. (Cathy) Barr of Apex, NC, Joseph M. (Laurie) Barr of Plum Borough and Matthew G. (Nicole) Barr of Mountain Top; fiv...

  • Harold K. Corle

    Feb 3, 2022

    Harold K. Corle, 102, of Martinsburg, formerly of Roaring Spring, passed away Jan. 26, 2022, at the Village at Morrisons Cove. He was born Aug. 15, 1919, in Salemville; son of the late John and Virgie (Kagarise) Corle. On Dec. 17, 1944, in Martinsburg, he was united in marriage to Hazel (Brumbaugh) Corle; she preceded him in death April 2, 2009. He is survived by a son, Kenneth Corle and wife Donna of Roaring Spring; son, Gerald Corle and wife Nancy of Roaring Spring; son, Roger Corle of Duncans...

  • J. Allen Baker

    Feb 3, 2022

    J. Allen Baker, 91 of Friends Cove, passed away Sunday, Jan. 30, 2022, at the home of Les and Mary Baker, with whom he resided. He was born Jan. 26, 1931, in Waterside, a son of the late Samuel E. and Wilma (Replogle) Baker. On July 15, 1951, in Friends Cove, he married Eleanor (Koontz) Baker and she preceded him in death March 30, 1976. He is survived by two daughters: Kay Baker Smith of Indiana, Sarah A. Garcia and husband Marcelino of Everett; three sons: Jay A. Baker and wife Sarah of...

  • Mary Kathryn "Kate" Dambeck

    Feb 3, 2022

    Mary Kathryn “Kate” Dambeck, 89, of Martinsburg passed away Saturday morning, Jan. 29, 2022, at Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring. She was born July 31, 1932, in Roaring Spring, daughter of the late Cloyd T. “Toby” and Pearl (Dilling) Russell. Nov. 27, 1964, she married Louis R. Dambeck in Winchester, Va. He passed away Oct. 3, 2017, following 52 years of marriage. She is survived by two sons: James Dambeck of Houston, Texas and Steve Clabaugh of Sinking Springs; two daughters: Linda Baney (Ken) of Clearfield and Kathy Smith (...

  • Blair County Genealogical Society to Meet Feb. 17

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Blair County Genealogical Society will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022, at the Roller-Hojeth Memorial Library, 431 Scotch Valley Rd. Glenn Nelson Jr. will present “Finding Fort Roberdeau.” Since May 2013, Mr. Nelson has served as the director of Fort Roberdeau, a Blair County park designated as a National Historic Site (1974) and conservation area. Prior to his time at Fort Roberdeau, Mr. Nelson served as the Education Coordinator for Chester County Parks and Recreation Department from 1997 to 2012, where he led the dep...

  • Bedford County Chamber to Honor Local Businesses in Hall of Fame

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Bedford County Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the four businesses being inducted into the Bedford County Business Hall of Fame as part of a new signature awards event Friday, March 4, in the Colonnade Ballroom at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort. The Hall of Fame Luncheon will honor businesses of the Bedford County region that have exhibited a commitment to excellence in their industry and an impact on commerce of the Bedford County Region for at least a quarter century. 2022 Bedford County Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame Award...

  • Robert and Virginia Fortney of Curryville

    Grace Hamilton|Feb 3, 2022

    The whole Curryville Village raised me, but my parents, Robert and Virginia, were the most influential. I never heard anything negative directed to me. There were no put downs or belittling. Before I left the house they would tell me how nice I looked. They praised things I did in church or wherever. If I didn’t hear it, I knew I should do better. I truly was raised on praise. We matured fast because dad would let us know we were responsible—we were in charge. He told us we could play ball in...

  • Fouled Out: Other Courts

    MARSHALL WALLY RITCHEY, For the Herald|Feb 3, 2022

    Then there were the games of “PIG” and “HORSE” we played at Cousin’s Daryl’s house. One person would make a shot and the next guy had to make the same shot. If you missed, you got a “P.” If you missed enough time to get “PIG,” you were the loser and eliminated from the game. That is where I learned to make a hook shot, make a basket facing away from the basket and to shoot behind my back: the trick shots that won you the game of “HORSE!” Since the basketball hoop was on the end of the garage and the driveway was steep down to State Route 26...

  • The Magnolia Palace by Fiona Davis

    Feb 3, 2022

    For years, Lillian Carter was known simply as Angelica, muse to some of the greatest artists of the time. Her likeness is found in famous pieces across New York City. But now she finds herself at a crossroad. Having lost her mother to the Spanish Flu in 1919, she has lost her manager and best friend. She is struggling to make money while avoiding the wily advances of her landlord. When she returns home one day, she finds that her landlord has murdered his wife and that she is wanted for...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Feb 3, 2022

    Herald of Feb. 4, 1897 The State Capitol in Harrisburg was destroyed by a fire that started in the east corner of the Senate wing. The fire had been smoldering for some time, as people reported the smell of burning timber, but could not find the source. The occupants inside the building were not aware of the magnitude of the fire until the dome collapsed, and they began fleeing the building afterward. Firemen arrived on the scene at 1:05 in the afternoon, but by 1:30 the whole building was in flames and the fire department was unable to cope...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Feb 3, 2022

    Herald of Feb. 3, 1972 Appleton Papers in Roaring Spring outlined the steps the company planned to take to combat air and water pollution. Appleton planned to spend $700,000 during 1971 and 1972 for air control improvement in Roaring Spring. The groundhog saw his shadow on Feb. 2, foretelling six more weeks of winter. The Herald noted that winter had barely just arrived, with an unusually warm January and the first snowfall of the season occurring only a few days before Groundhog Day. The US Envelope Company was awarded a new...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Feb 3, 2022

    Herald of Feb. 10, 1922 The Pennsylvania Threshermen’s and Farmers Protective Association passed a resolution condemning Governor Sproul’s administration. They went on record as “unalterably opposed to the extravagant methods of squandering the people’s money in vogue in the present Highway Department, where millions of the taxpayers money is eaten up in extravagant salaries and overhead charges”. They went on to list other examples of wasteful spending and called for the formation of an independent or fusion ticket for the November election...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Feb 3, 2022

    Herald of Feb. 6, 1997 The Martinsburg Volunteer Fire Company kicked off a fund-raising campaign to purchase a 1997 Freightliner truck. The company wanted to replace the 1975 tanker which was equipped with a 1960 milk tank. A state police trooper reported seeing a large fireball in the Brumbaugh Mountain area on Jan. 31. Volunteers from Imler and New Enterprise fire companies searched the area thinking it might have been a downed plane, but none was discovered. Police suspect it might have been a meteorite. The old Imler firehall was heavily...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Feb 3, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 30, 1947 The threatened strike by pin boys and skate boys at the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park was averted when pay increases were granted by officers of the Park Association. The West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company reported a banner year for 1946. The company had its biggest volume of business to date, producing a record of 25.10 tons of paper and paying over $19,000,000 in wages. Workers received a pay raise of 22 cents an hour and overall the company added 1,734 new employees. The company maintained a mill in Williamsburg....

  • 10 Years Ago

    Feb 3, 2022

    Herald of Feb. 2, 2012 The Martinsburg Fire Company added a 2011 Ford F-350 to its fleet. The company planned to use the truck to carry a variety of items intended to handle minor vehicle accidents and assist at more complicated emergency scenes. Horses from Orchard View Clydesdales and Diamond Lane Percherons won awards at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Blair County public libraries began offering e-books to patrons through the Overdrive platform. There were no late fees on e-books, as the titles automatically expired at the end of the lending...

  • The Lord of the Gaps

    Linda Weko|Feb 3, 2022

    Do you ever open your Bible or read your morning devotional and see the exact words that you need to see for the day? Has a friend ever called you at just the right moment? Have you ever seen some small sign that seems meant for you alone? At our church we call these God Sightings, ways that God breaks through into our lives, and we love sharing the details of them with each other when they happen. There are some books I have read called Godwink Stories by Squire Rushnell, a popular speaker and...

  • The Gospel Dispute

    Kelly Baker|Feb 3, 2022

    “While Jesus was in Bethany in the home of a man known as Simon the Leper…” (Matthew 26:6, NIV) Have you ever wondered about the differences that are sometimes presented in the Gospels? Matthew says this, Luke says that, Mark agrees with Matthew, and John says something completely different from everybody. Which one is right? “While he was in Bethany, reclining at the table in the home of a man known as Simon the Leper, a woman came with an alabaster jar of very expensive perfume, made of pure...

  • Thought for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr|Feb 3, 2022

    I wrote last time about how precious the life of David was to God. David had every reason to trust, obey, and love God. But it would not be fair to propose David was more loved than others. God is capable of doing things we cannot do. He can love without favor. Much as I hate to admit it, my love for people is influenced by the people themselves. If people treat me well, I have no problem loving them. But, if people say and do bad things against me and even if they simply say and do bad things...

  • Public Notices

    Feb 3, 2022

    6 MEETING DATES Catharine Township will hold their regular meetings for the year 2022 on the 3rd Thursday of every month. All meetings will start at 7:00 pm. Meeting dates are as follows; Jan. 20, Feb. 17, March 17, April 21, May 19, June 16, July 21, Aug. 18, Sept. 15, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, Dec. 15. Estate Notice Letters have been granted on the Estate of the following decedent to the representative named who requests all persons having claims against the Estate of the decedent to make known the same to her or her attorney, and all persons...

  • Gas Prices Decrease in Western PA; Crude Oil Nears $90 Per Barrel

    Feb 3, 2022

    Gas prices are two cents cheaper in Western Pennsylvania this week at $3.481 per gallon, according to AAA East Central’s Gas Price Report. This Week’s Average Prices Western Pennsylvania Average: $3.481 Average price during the week of Jan. 24, 2022: $3.508 Average price during the week of Feb. 1, 2021: $2.722 The average price of unleaded self-serve gasoline in various areas: $3.498 Altoona $3.534 Beaver $3.501 Bradford $3.367 Brookville $3.459 Butler $3.495 Clarion $3.300 DuBois $3.482 Erie $3.479 Greensburg $3.503 Indiana $3.484 Jea...

  • Cause of Martinsburg Fire Unknown

    Feb 3, 2022

    A shed on Chestnut Alley and Nicodemus Street in Martinsburg caught fire Tuesday afternoon. Martinsburg Volunteer Fire Department Chief Randy Acker is shown in these photos waiting for assistance. "We have no idea what started it," said Deputy Chief Richard Brantner Jr. The fire caused utility lines to be knocked down. No more information was available at press time....

  • Most Positions Retained For South Woodbury Twp. Board

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    South Woodbury Township Board of Supervisors met Jan. 3, and voting for permanent positions was done. Organization All supervisors will retain their positions. Supervisor John Hileman will be the vice chair and assistant roadmaster. Rachel White was reappointed as secretary and treasurer. Genevieve Zebroski was appointed as co-secretary. The firm of Ritchey, Ritchey and Koontz was retained to audit township accounts including the general, state and wastewater funds. The secretary wage was increased by $1 an hour. All other wages remained the...

  • January Update on Community Fund

    Feb 3, 2022

    Martinsburg Community Fund organizers have reported the following: Checks received as of Jan. 28, 2022: 7 Residents $275 1 Business $100 Homewood Chapel $1,000 Total $1,375.00 + $46,012.58 Grand Total $47,387.58 The goal for the 2021 community fund was $43,000, which was achieved before the end of the year. According to Linda Smith, checks are still coming in....

  • Keystone State ChalleNGe Academy Accepts Applications For First-Ever Cadet Class

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Keystone State ChalleNGe Academy (KSCA) is accepting applications for its first-ever cadet class in July 2022. The Keystone State ChalleNGe Academy is designed to give academically challenged teens a second chance at obtaining their basic education, learn leadership, self-discipline, and responsibility while working towards finishing their education and building a brighter future. The opening of the academy at Fort Indiantown Gap (FTIG) in Lebanon County formally establishes the National Guard Bureau’s Youth ChalleNGe Program in P...

  • W-burg to Receive Loan for Police, Truck With Plow

    Feb 3, 2022

    United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) State Director Bob Morgan announced that USDA is investing more than $16 million in 30 essential rural community facility projects and equipment in rural Pennsylvania. “These facilities are part of the fabric of the rural communities they serve,” Morgan said. “These investments will improve public buildings and provide much needed equipment for our local communities throughout rural Pennsylvania. USDA Rural Development is proud to administer these loans and grants where they are needed most....

  • Blair County Chamber of Commerce Presents Awards

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Blair County Chamber of Commerce held its Annual Meeting and Awards Presentation on Jan. 28, 2022. This meeting allows the chamber to reflect on the accomplishments of the previous year, announce goals for the next 11 months and includes the official swearing-in of the incoming Board of Directors of The Chamber and The Chamber Foundation. Special Recognition awards presented were as follows: • Becky Stevens won The ATHENA Award. This award honors individuals who strive toward the highest levels of professional accomplishment. It rec...

  • Bedford Chamber of Commerce Passes On Leadership

    Feb 3, 2022

    The leadership of the Chamber and the 501-c3 Chamber Foundation held their annual join reorganizational meeting in January to discuss the organizations' plans for the new year. Tina Molski of REI was recognized as the Chamber's outgoing board chair, and she passed the gavel to 2022 co-chairs Annette Godissart of UPMC Bedford and Mary College of Homewood at Spring House Estates. Dr. Dena Mobus assumed the chair of the Bedford County Chamber (Education) Foundation and was presented the gavel by Fo...

  • Long-Term Care Regional Support Sites To Help Relieve Strain On Hollidaysburg Skilled Nursing Facility

    Feb 3, 2022

    Leaders of the Pennsylvania departments of Health and Military and Veterans Affairs along with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency announced four long-term care regional support sites to relieve pressure on hospitals and skilled nursing facilities due to a high number of patients with COVID-19. Within the next seven to 10 days, regional support sites will open at the skilled nursing facilities (SNF), including the Lutheran Home in Hollidaysburg, Blair County. DOH is continually working with hospitals to evaluate the need and stand up...

  • Dept. of Health Provides Weekly Update On COVID-19 Trends In Vaccinations, Cases And Hospitalizations

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Pennsylvania Department of Health provided a weekly COVID-19 update as of Monday, Jan. 24. “Although we are seeing a slight decrease in the seven-day moving average of COVID-19 cases, it is much too early to let down our guard,” Klinepeter added. “What we have seen during previous surges is that hospitalizations remain high for a couple of weeks after case counts start to decline. That means that our frontline healthcare workers need our continued support and a commitment to get vaccinated, get boosted, wear masks in public indoor space...

  • Blair, Bedford County COVID Case Update

    Feb 3, 2022

    This data was taken from the Department of Health's Pennsylvania COVID-19 Dashboard on Monday, Jan. 31. This data has been collected since early 2020 and is updated every day at noon. According to this dashboard, Blair County has had 22,294 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 563 deaths. Bedford County has had 6,964 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 249 deaths....

  • Bedford: Free At-Home COVID Test Kits, Vaccine Clinic

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Bedford and Everett Family Health Center is proud to host a free At-Home COVID Test Kits (two boxes per household) and vaccine clinic this Saturday, Feb. 5, from 10 a.m. to noon. The locations are 104 Railroad St., Bedford, between the office building and the former Papa John’s building, and 14 E Third Ave., Everett, in the front of the building. Vaccines are only available in the Bedford office for a first, second dose or booster by appointment. If you would like a booster vaccine, please bring your vaccine card and ID. Moderna as well a...

  • Blair Co. COVID Testing Extended Through Feb. 11

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Blair County COVID testing site at Peoples Natural Gas Field has extended again through Feb. 11. The Department of Health announced that new COVID-19 testing sites in Clearfield, Fayette, Monroe, Somerset and Venango counties will offer free community-based testing this week through a partnership with AMI Expeditionary Healthcare (AMI). Through the AMI partnerships, the Wolf Administration also has additional testing sites in Berks, Centre and Clinton counties. The nine sites are part of an ongoing effort to provide access to free...

  • Williamsburg Girls Basketball Team Celebrates Senior Night

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Lady Pirates celebrated their Senior Night on Thursday, Jan. 27. The only senior, Krista Simpson, center with flowers, poses with her team members and coaches after a pounding victory over Mount Union....

  • 'A Miracle Recovery': Senior Bounces Back from Injury

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    A torn ACL almost cost Williamsburg High School Senior Krista Simpson both her senior volleyball and basketball seasons. A vigorous workout and physical therapy helped Simpson achieve a miraculous recovery and get herself back on the court before her senior night game, last Wednesday, Jan. 27. "When I had found out that I tore my ACL playing basketball in the summer, my first thought was that I was not going to be able to play my senior year," Simpson said. Her mom, Goldie, applauds her daughter...

  • McMonagle Fills Vacant School Board Seat

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    After the last Williamsburg Community School Board meeting, voting for the vacant seat left by Janet Lee was tied between two candidates. A special meeting was called on Wednesday, Jan. 26, to try to fill that vacant seat. Two candidates – Jenny O and Austin McMonagle – appeared before the Board, and a ballot was cast for the two. In the ballot vote, McMonagle received six votes, after only needing five to win the seat. O received two votes. Ben Postles made the motion to nominate McMonagle to...

  • From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    It’s almost time for the Super Bowl – less than two weeks away. If you’re not attending the Super Bowl Party put on by the United Methodist Church that is being held from 5 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., you might be having a party of your own and of course, you need food to make. Here are two of my favorite recipes to serve at any party. Cheesy Pizza Rolls Ingredients: 1 loaf frozen bread dough, thawed 1/2 cup pasta sauce 1 cup mozzarella cheese, divided 1 cup coarsely chopped pepperoni 1/2 lb. bulk Italian sausage, cooked and crumbled 1/4 cup grate...

  • Williamsburg Woman Turns 100

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    In 1922, many events happened in the United States – the building of Yankee Stadium started in Bronx, NY, the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C., was dedicated, and in Williamsburg, Pennsylvania, Helen Irvin was born. On Feb. 7, Helen will celebrate her esteemed 100th birthday. She was born the daughter of Jesse and Lille (Parks) Irvin, and had seven siblings. For school, she attended both Orchard Grove and Ridge, which were one-room school houses. She then graduated from Williamsburg High School in 1941. Helen married James K. Loose in D...

  • Just the Facts: Agritourism in Pennsylvania and the U.S.

    Feb 3, 2022

    According to the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), in 2017, there were 711 Pennsylvania farms offering agritourism opportunities, such as farm tours, hayrides, and hunting and fishing. These farms generated more than $27.2 million in revenues, or $38,262 per farm. From 2012 to 2017, the number of Pennsylvania farms with agritourism operations decreased 2 percent. However, income from these operations increased 3 percent, after adjusting for inflation. Nationwide, NASS reported...

  • Local Students Make Deans', Presidents' Lists for Fall 2021 Semester

    Feb 3, 2022

    BOB JONES UNIVERSITY President’s List: East Freedom – Annelise Johnston, Business major BELMONT UNIVERSITY Martinsburg – Emma Pearl Smith COASTAL CAROLINA UNIVERSITY President’s List: Claysburg – Elizabeth Fiess, Marine Science, Anthropology and Geography major EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Duncansville – Ashley Munson, Marine Science major GROVE CITY COLLEGE Duncansville – Alec Bernard (December graduate) Martinsburg – Micah Nicodemus JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY Duncansville – Ryan Negola KUTZTOWN UNIVERSITY Duncansville – Ja...

  • Claysburg Education Foundation Announces Scholarship

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Claysburg Education Foundation is pleased to announce that The Bruno and Lena DeGol Family Foundation has awarded a $1,500 annual scholarship award to the Foundation for a period of ten (10) years to be awarded annually in memory of Donald E. Witherspoon to a Claysburg-Kimmel senior who will be pursuing a four-year degree. Witherspoon was a Greenfield-Kimmel, now Claysburg-Kimmel School District graduate in the Class of 1960. Witherspoon was also president of the Blair County Chapter of the NAACP until his death on Dec. 26, 2020....

  • Deer Hunters Favor Saturday Opener

    Feb 3, 2022

    Sixty percent of Pennsylvania deer hunters support a Saturday-after-Thanksgiving start to the firearms deer season, while another 12 percent have no preference between a Saturday or Monday opener, and 27 percent oppose a Saturday opener, based on recent survey results presented today to the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners. Pennsylvania in 2019 shifted the opening day of firearms deer season, which for decades began on the Monday after Thanksgiving, to begin the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The past two firearms deer seasons opened on...

  • Central Football Team Presented With Awards

    Feb 3, 2022

    The 2021 Central Dragon Football Banquet was held on Jan. 30 at the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park. This photo is of the award recipients. Shown are (front row, from left): Jacob Detwiler, Joseph Chonko Dedication Award; Ethan Eicher, David Mock Defensive Player of the Year Award; Joshua Biesinger, Special Teams Player of the Year Award; Joshua Waite, National Football Foundation Scholar Athlete Award and Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award; Jeff Hoenstine, MVP Award; Jason Clark, Mark Detwiler...

  • Juniata Valley Honors W-Burg Players

    Feb 3, 2022

    Juniata Valley held its annual Fall Sports Banquet on Sunday evening. Award winners include: ICC All-Stars Offense 1st Team: Jonathan Bouch, Jake Johnson 2nd Team: Jayce Rand, Ben Carolus Defense: 1st Team: Jonathan Bouch, Dylan Hartman, Andrew Ross, Lambert Palmer, Jacob Rodkey 2nd Team: Austin Dick, Bryant Allison Honorable Mention: Max Eichelberger, Halen Beck, Andrew McMonagle, and Nick Morningstar Altoona Mirror 1st Team All-Stars Jonathan Bouch (OG) Jake Johnson (Return specialist)...

  • Marko Sets Blair County Mark

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    The Central Wrestling team faced Claysburg Kimmel in one match this week on Tuesday, as well as participating in the Thomas Chevrolet Tournament on Friday and Saturday. In Tuesday's match, the Dragons were victorious over the Bulldogs with a score of 33-26. Jaxon Mathews (138) recorded a pin at 1:48, while Max Baker (160) won a 2-0 decision. Isaac Smith (126), Camdyn Wenerick (215), and Wyatt Holsinger (285) all won by forfeits. The wins in this match gave coach Dave Marko 318 wins, the most...

  • Old Tigers

    Feb 3, 2022

    "Rich, you've written a couple of columns about young sportsmen. Why don't you ever write anything about sportsmen your age?" Donna asked me one evening (I'm 72). "There aren't a lot of us left," I replied. "A lot of sportsmen my age have given up hunting, especially deer hunting, because there aren't many deer left to hunt on public land. Some have health issues that have forced them to the sidelines. Also, at our age many of the places we once frequented are just too physically challenging to...

  • Williamsburg Boys Keep Wins Coming

    Feb 3, 2022

    –Jan. 27, 2022– Williamsburg used home court advantage to crush Glendale 78-49. Sophomore RJ Royer got the most points for Williamsburg, hitting 24. Both Junior Zachary Kagarise and Sophomore Rowan Gorsuch had 14 points. SCORE BY QUARTERS Williamsburg 21 19 18 20 Total: 78 Glendale 15 11 13 10 Total: 49 3-POINT GOALS Williamsburg: 12 (Royer 7, Kagarise 2, Brumbaugh, Zehner, Woodruff) Glendale: 5 (Peterson 3, Potuschnig 2) RECORDS Williamsburg: 14-3; 8-1 ICC North Glendale: 2-10; 1-6 ICC North NOTABLE Lambert Palmer was limited again by coa...

  • Lady Dragons Defeated in Three Games

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Feb 3, 2022

    The Central Lady Dragons faced the Bedford Lady Bisons, the Forest Hills Lady Rangers, and the Westmont Lady Hilltoppers this week. Unfortunately, the Lady Dragons were defeated in all three games: 57-41, 58-49, and 52-46. On Monday, the Lady Dragons faced the Lady Bisons, Kat Longenecker led the lady Dragons with 13 points. Leah Johnston put up 11 for the Lady Dragons as well, but it was not enough to overtake the Lady Bisons. Central's JV were victorious over the Lady Bisons 24-15. High...

  • Lady Pirates Remain on Top

    Feb 3, 2022

    –Jan. 31, 2022– The Lady Pirates traveled to West Branch to defeat them 46-21. Jayla Woodruff led Williamsburg in points with 16. Ayla Hileman provided 9. SCORE BY QUARTERS Williamsburg 12 14 7 13 Total: 46 West Branch 5 4 2 10 Total: 21 3-POINT GOALS Williamsburg: 6 (Hileman 2, Woodruff 3, Frye) West Branch: 1 (Godin) RECORDS Williamsburg (13-4) Mt. Union (5-7) –Jan. 27, 2022– Williamsburg girls basketball demolished Mt. Union on the home court, 58-22. Ayla Hileman was the Lady Pirates’ high scorer with 16, and Jayla Woodruff provided...

  • Morrisons Cove Memorial Park's Updated Bowling Scores

    Feb 3, 2022

    Huntsman Bowling Center Morrisons Cove Memorial Park – Jan. 29, 2021 – Leader Board Men GAME Mike Burns 300 Adam Hetrick 279 Jordan Smith 268 SERIES Mike Burns 718 Clair Banks 710 Adam Hetrick 702 Women GAME Liz Rhodes 265 Anita Bolinger 234 Michelle Watson 225 SERIES Liz Rhodes 616 Crystal Burns 610 Anita Bolinger 605 High Game Men Clair Banks 258 Adam Hetrick 246 Don Henry 237 Women Liz Rhodes 222 Nikki Sollenberger 205 Tammy Ogg 204 High Series Men Clair Banks 710 Adam Hetrick 646 Don Henry 640 Women Liz Rhodes 582 Nikki Sollenberger 577...

  • C-K Girls Basketball Schedule Change

    Feb 3, 2022

    The Claysburg-Kimmel girls basketball team will travel to Cambria Heights on Feb. 9, 2022, to play junior high, junior varsity and varsity games as follows: • Junior High – 3:45 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Bus to DEPART at 2:15 p.m. Dismissal at 2 p.m. • Junior Varsity – 6 p.m. Bus to DEPART at 4:15 p.m. • Varsity – 7:15 p.m. Bus to DEPART at 4:15 p.m....

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