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  • Public Notices

    May 14, 2020

    Public Notice Notice of Pesticide Application: Nutrien Ag Solutions of Tyrone, PA is giving notice to make ground applications on agriculture crops during the next 30 days in Armstrong, Allegheny, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Beaver, Cambria, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Fayette, Huntingdon, Indiana, Jefferson, Mifflin, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland Counties. Information will be made available upon request. Please contact Nutrien Ag Solutions, 5061 Babe Road, Tyrone, PA 16686 - (814) 684-9470. Public Notice The Roaring Spring...

  • LONG RANGE By C. J. Box

    May 14, 2020

    "Long Range" is number 20 in the Joe Pickett series by C. J. Box. Joe Pickett is a Wyoming Fish and Game warden stationed in Twelve Sleep County. At the beginning of "Long Range," Joe finds himself in Jackson Hole assisting Game Warden Mike Martin in locating the body of a hunting guide who was mauled to death by a bear while escorting an out-of-state hunter. Wardens Pickett and Martin, along with the hunter, are on horseback trying to get to the location of the bear attack to retrieve the body...

  • Let's Keep the Tent Big and the Door Open

    Allan J. Bassler|May 14, 2020

    By ALLAN J. BASSLER Publisher I had two calls last week that got me thinking. One person was upset that the Herald is publishing articles in Spanish. She didn’t accept my explanation that the Herald is publishing information about the coronavirus to help the Cove community stay safe. She couldn’t provide a coherent reason why publishing articles in Spanish is a bad thing, only saying that “This is the Cove.” While that’s indisputable, the caller didn’t seem to understand that providing information to people in the language they unde...

  • Corn Planting to Start Soon

    May 14, 2020

    No Herald on file for May 9, 1895. These items are from preceding weeks: The Farmers were busy preparing their ground for corn planting. Bellwood citizens organized a vigilance committee for the purpose of putting down the hoodlum element in that town, who had long held sway. E.Z. Kagarise announced plans to build an extensive addition to expand his hardware business and tin shop. Mrs. Reuben Ott was elected president of the Ladies Sewing Circle of the Methodist Episcopal Church. T.D. and D.T. Snoeberger, founders and mechinists, received one...

  • 38-inch Muskie

    May 14, 2020

    Herald of May 14, 1970 Eighty-nine employees of the prestress concrete plant of the New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co., Inc., went on strike Thursday. On the same day, a large storage barn on the NES&L property at Plum Creek was destroyed by fire. The cause of the fire has not been determined and it is under continuing investigation by the state police fire marshal. A film festival of old-time motion pictures will be presented for children in grades 1 to 12 today at the Williamsburg Library. Pennsylvania voters will consider at Tuesday’s...

  • New Front Porch

    May 14, 2020

    Herald of May 14, 1920 Plans are nearing completion for Memorial Day. Committees to have charge of the various parts of the program were named. H.H. Lykens is to be the master of ceremonies and C. Guy Barley named chief marshal of the parade. Clarence Detwiler of Curryville began his duties as tester of the Southern Blair Cow Testers’ association. A spirited primary campaign is drawing to a close as the primaries close next Tuesday. Chief interest centered in the Republican nomination for congress. Howard Baker of Potter Creek, had a new...

  • 90 Flags to Fly in M-burg

    May 14, 2020

    Herald of May 11, 1994 Martinsburg Borough Council learned that 90 U.S. Flags would be placed on utility poles along Market and Allegheny streets for the Memorial Day and July 4 holidays, provided by D. Merl Tipton VFW Post 43. Police Chief Richard A. Brantner said that he would put up the flags, with the assistance of any volunteers who would like to help. Pastors of the Martinsburg Grace Brethren Church – Robert Russell, Stephen Fiddle and James Laird – turned over some sod during a groundbreaking ceremony held Sunday, May 11, to...

  • Fresh Air Kids to Visit

    May 14, 2020

    Herald of May 17, 1945 Pvt. John Robert Morgan, former Martinsburg plumber who the latter part of December was reported as missing in action in France, has been a prisoner of the Germans, and on Feb. 22 was still confined to a prison camp somewhere in Germany. The news was contained in a card received by his brother in Curryville, but the card was dated Feb. 22. T.M. Settle is tearing down the old stable at the rear of the Bonebreak property on East Allegheny Street. The building was 36 feet long and 20 feet wide and the timbers are solid oak....

  • New Municipal Building

    May 14, 2020

    Herald of May 13, 2010 Heavy equipment was already on site Friday morning, May 7, when officials joined W. Gene Henry in ground-breaking ceremonies for a new Martinsburg municipal building along Woodlawn Avenue. Mr. Henry is privately funding construction of a one-story colonial brick building expected to open by late fall. The Claysburg-Kimmel School Board voted a familiar face to the position of superintendent. Directors named Royce Ann Boyd, former C-K elementary principal and current superintendent at Everett Area School District, to...

  • Gov. Wolf's May 11 Remarks on Staying the Course, Following the Law

    May 14, 2020

    Editor’s Note: The Herald believes in letting people speak for themselves, in their own voices. This applies to residents of the Cove and elected officials whose decisions can affect the Cove. Whether we agree or disagree with the words being spoken and the opinions being offered is not relevant. The point is to allow people to voice responsible opinions, using their own words, as they wish to be heard. In this case, we are bringing you the words of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf, speaking on May 11. The Herald has not edited or changed...

  • A Warning to All

    May 14, 2020

    To the Editor: Thank you for keeping us updated with statistics on the coronavirus pandemic. I believe this coronavirus is a warning to all of us. A warning for unbelievers to get saved, because the tribulation will be much worse than any virus! “For then shall be great tribulation, such as was not since the beginning of the world to this time, no, nor ever shall be.” – Matthew 24:21 I think it's also a warning to believers, to wake up and redeem the time, for the days are evil (see Ephesians 5:14-16). As believers, we do need to redeem...

  • 'The Wall that Heals' Coming to Bedford

    May 14, 2020

    To the Editor: The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is still on schedule to bring “The Wall That Heals” to Bedford County beginning with the escort on July 21. The county is still in need of volunteers to serve as ambassadors and for people to help set up the Wall on July 22 and tear down the Wall on July 26. The Wall display will be open 24 hours a day from July 23 through 26, closing at 2 p.m. on July 26. The traveling Wall exhibit is a three-quarter-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The traveling exhibit...

  • DEATH RECORD

    May 14, 2020

    CLARK – Roy Harvey, 84, Bakers Summit FAUST – John A., 59, New Enterprise HAMMOND JR. – Thaddeus R., 85, Martinsburg PLEACHER – Ethel L., 95, Roaring Spring SMITH – Rev. William C., 83, formerly of York...

  • ROY HARVEY CLARK

    May 14, 2020

    Roy Harvey Clark, 84, of Bakers Summit, passed away on Saturday morning, May 9, 2020, at home, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on March 26, 1936, in Uniontown, Pa., the son of the late Harvey and Alice (Ritchey) Clark. He married Linda M. Booher on June 16, 1984. He is survived by his wife; five children: Sharlene Wood and husband William of Bakers Summit, Cindy Keith and husband Randy of Woodbury, Tangi Claar and husband Craig of Queen, Chris Chesney and husband Rich of Bakers...

  • JOHN A. FAUST

    May 14, 2020

    John A. Faust, 59, of New Enterprise, passed away on Thursday, April 30, 2020, at Maybrook Hills Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center in Altoona. He was born on May 31, 1960, in Altoona, son of the late Harold Fred and Shirley Louise (Ross-Lear) Faust. John was raised by foster parents D. Russell and Violet E. Clapper, both deceased. John attended Northern Bedford High School and was a member of the Woodbury Brethren in Christ Church and the Bell Seventh Day Baptist Church in Salemville. He enjo...

  • THADDEUS R. HAMMOND JR.

    May 14, 2020

    Thaddeus R. "Honey" Hammond Jr., 85, of Martinsburg, passed away on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, at UPMC Altoona. He was born on Feb. 10, 1935, in Patton, son of the late Thaddeus R. Sr. and Enna (Ross) Hammond. Thaddeus was first married to Patsy Sue Franklin until her passing. On May 14, 1988, at the St. Augustine Church in Dysart, he was united in marriage to Nancy Hartman, who survives. Thaddeus served his country in the United States Army and Army Reserves; stationed at Fort Knox. He was a...

  • ETHEL L. PLEACHER

    May 14, 2020

    Ethel L. Pleacher, 95, of Roaring Spring, passed away on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, at Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring. She was born on Feb. 23, 1925, in Roaring Spring, the daughter of the late Irvin R. and Hattie (Burket) Neterer. She was twice married: first to Charles Eugene “Smokey” Pleacher and then to Frank Brubaker. Both preceded her in death. She is survived by a son, Charles I. Pleacher and wife Gerardine of Virginia Beach, Va.; two grandchildren: Charles J. Pleacher and wife Laura of Winchester, Va., and Jennifer L. Ple...

  • REV. WILLIAM C. SMITH

    May 14, 2020

    The Rev. William C. “Bill” Smith, formerly of York, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Tuesday, May 5, 2020, at 9:33 a.m., with family at his side, at Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community at the age of 83. He was the loving husband of Joann (Hinish) Smith of Quarryville, to whom he married on June 19, 1955, sharing 64 years of marriage. He was born on Nov. 29, 1936, in Lakemont, and was the son of the late William C. Smith and Barbara L. (Riley) Smith Rickert and her late husband, Herbert Rickert. William graduated from...

  • Deadline Notice For Obituaries In May 28 Issue

    May 14, 2020

    The deadline for all obituaries to appear in the Thursday, May 28, issue, will be at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 22. Obituaries may be sent to [email protected]. For more information, please contact the Herald office at (814) 793-2144. The Herald office will be closed on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day. The office will reopen at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 26.... Full story

  • Inkwell to Meet Via Zoom June 2

    May 14, 2020

    The monthly meeting of the Inkwell will be held at 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, via Zoom. Guest speaker award-winning author Abigail Drake will conduct the live-stream workshop “How to Make the Most of the Marketing Opportunities Hidden Inside Your Book.” In this workshop, Drake will talk about how to explore the possibilities within your book, create your path to success, and implement your ideas. Marketing and author branding don’t have to be scary. Figure out the plan that works best for you. Those who plan to attend the June live-stream...

  • Construction at Claysburg Park

    May 14, 2020

    Joe Stewart, a worker with Altoona-based BCS Construction, uses a laser level Monday, May 11, after while constructing a handicap-accessible walkway at the Claysburg Area Community Park. It's part of a major project at the park to make the entire facility handicap accessible. They are about midway through the project....

  • PennDOT to Use Existing Photos for Customers to Renew License, ID Cards

    May 14, 2020

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced on Tuesday, May 12, that it will use existing photos on file for customers who renew their driver’s license and identification card. “Using a customer’s existing photo will help limit the number of people in our driver and photo license centers, and by extension, help reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19,” said Acting PennDOT Secretary Yassmin Gramian. “This new process is not only a convenience, but it will help to keep our customers and staff safe.” All customers who renew...

  • Send Us Your Photo Headline

    May 14, 2020

    Don Knisely cuts grass in a light rain on Monday afternoon, May 11, at Golf World driving range in Duncansville. The Herald is asking readers to submit a headline to go with this caption. The photo will be reprinted with the best headline. Send headlines to [email protected]....

  • Penn State Extension Educator Offers Tips To Help Families Stretch Their Dollars

    May 14, 2020

    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative effect on many aspects of life, including family finances. The good news is that people can weather this current financial storm by finding small ways to save money, according to a Penn State Extension educator. “Temporary closures, slowness of business and lack of work are some of the reasons why people may find their paychecks smaller for a while,” said Denise Continenza, an educator with extension’s food, family and health program team. “The important thing is not to panic,” she said....

  • Clappers Celebrate 70th Wedding Anniversary

    May 14, 2020

    Joseph Jr. and Dolores Clapper of Hopewell celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, May 5, 2020. Joseph married the former Dolores Batzel on May 5, 1950, in Winchester, Va. The couple have four children: Steven Clapper of Hopewell, Eric Clapper, married to Maggie, of Hopewell; Joseph Clapper III, married to Christy, of Boalsburg; and Jill Clapper of Hopewell. They have three grandchildren: Laura Clapper and fiance John-Rine Zabanal of Chicago; Seth Clapper, married to Allie, of...

  • BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS

    May 14, 2020

    Vernon and Louise (Zimmerman) Garman of Martinsburg are the parents of a daughter, Beverly Rose Garman, born at 3:02 a.m. on Monday, March 16, 2020, at home. Beverly Rose has two siblings: Austin Russell, 6-1/2, and Kelsey Ranae, 4. Maternal grandparents are Marvin and Anna Mary Zimmerman of New Enterprise. Paternal grandmother is Sue Etta Garman of Martinsburg. * * * * * * * * David and Marlene (Fox) Martin of Martinsburg are parents of a daughter, Kristina Faith Martin, born at...

  • The Sportsman's Corner

    RICHARD TATE, Correspondent|May 14, 2020

    A month ago, I wrote that the Unified Sportsmen of Pennsylvania (USP) was continuing to back the research of Dr. Frank Bastian and that Bastian's work needs financial support. When the PA Department of Agriculture recently awarded $1 million in funding for CWD research in three chunks, Bastian's group did not receive any money. Instead, two of the three awards went to researchers associated with the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, which has entered a working relationshi...

  • 'Wildlife on WiFi' Brings Outdoors Home

    May 14, 2020

    While school buildings won’t reopen before the academic year ends, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is bringing wildlife education straight to students’ homes through a remote-learning campaign known as Wildlife on WiFi. The campaign launched during National Environmental Education Week in late April and will continue through the end of the school year. Wildlife on WiFi (WoW) provides parents, educators and students with wildlife-focused educational resources during these challenging times. It is comprised of three remote-learning...

  • Old Order Mennonite Memoirs

    May 14, 2020

    Last week had its share of surprises. The first wonder came on Monday, May 4, when Lofty Heights arrived unannounced with all their equipment and tools to take down five dying scotch pines in our yard and also one crippled maple tree that threatened to collapse on electricity lines in our front lawn. My husband had hired them to come for this job but we didn't know when. Buzzing chain saws melted through hard wood and sawdust drifted in the sunny wind while at the same time, workers fed...

  • Military Preservation Association Plans Display in New Enterprise

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|May 14, 2020

    On Saturday, May 2, the weather seemed to cooperate and lifted the spirit of folks in the Cove despite the continuation of COVID-19 hanging in the shadows. Thomas Gray was meeting up with some friends at the Dollar General store in Loysburg to take a ride in the Cove with a few other enthusiasts who love to preserve our military history. Along the way they were scheduled to make stops to visit residents in the Cove with military interests. Gray brought his 1977 M151A2 military jeep with a...

  • Claysburg Foundation Buys iPads for 60 CKHS Seniors

    May 14, 2020

    Due to the uncertain economic times, the Claysburg Education Foundation has decided to purchase iPads for each of the 60 graduating seniors at Claysburg-Kimmel High School at a total cost of $9,000. Each year the Claysburg-Kimmel School District gives graduating seniors the option to purchase their iPads for their post-graduation use for $150 each. “With all the economic uncertainty and financial instability currently out there, the foundation has decided that we want to help you by purchasing your iPads for you and for your classmates,...

  • Registration Ope for STEM Program

    May 14, 2020

    Claysburg’s Virtual Summer STEM and Arts program is now on-line and available for registration. There are no fees this year. The teachers and group organizing it have some great ideas for the summer months. To register, visit www.claysburgkids.us....

  • Not Your Typical Church Lady

    Kelly Baker, Correspondent|May 14, 2020

    Thursday, May 7, was National Day of Prayer. People of all denominations were invited to come together in prayer. Locally, the Southern Cove Ministerium organized a drive-in prayer event at the Woodbury Church of the Brethren that evening at 7 p.m. The theme was “Praying God’s Glory Across the Earth.” Area pastors led those who gathered in a time of prayer, covering seven different topics. At the end there was wind and rain, but it felt good to be with others, lifting our hearts in prayer. It reminded me just how important it is to be...

  • Thought for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr, Correspondent|May 14, 2020

    Scriptures to Read: Acts 28:17-22 Acts 28:22-25 Acts 28:25-29 Acts 28:30-31 I Corinthians 3:21-4:2 St. Matthew 25:14-23 St. John 21:15-23 Luke wrote his Gospel so Christ could be seen and known – from birth to ascension. This second book, called "The Acts of the Apostles," is written so it can be seen and known how the Followers of Christ fulfilled the assignment He gave them. We have reached the end of Luke's writing but most certainly not the end of Christ's assignment. That assignment is...

  • New Life Alliance Church Offers Drive-In Sunday Worship Services

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|May 14, 2020

    Churches in the Cove are being creative in finding ways to meet as believers in Christ while remaining safe by distancing themselves. New Life Alliance Church in East Freedom has been having drive-in services for the last five-plus weeks, according to Shiela Stombaugh, a parishioner for about 17 years. The first service was on Palm Sunday. This service was a drive-thru service where attendees could drive in and request prayers or obtain a blessing. The last four weeks have been working well....

  • St. Luke's Church to Hand Out Meals

    May 14, 2020

    St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Roaring Spring will continue with weekly food giveaways from 2 to 5 p.m. every Friday for the time being. This week, the church will give away vegetable soup and ham sandwiches. The church also will have half gallons of local milk again. Meals will be distributed in a drive-thru fashion beside the church on Main Street in front of the church. The meals are for families who reside in the Cove and surrounding areas....

  • AgChoice Farm Credit

    ASHLEY HICKS, AgChoice Loan Officer|May 14, 2020

    On March 18, 2020, and March 20, 2020, the Department of Treasury and the IRS issued Notices 2020-17 and 2020-18 effectively postponing the due date for both filing Federal income tax returns and making tax payments (associated with that filing) from April 15, 2020, until July 15, 2020. This is automatic, and there is no need to file an extension if you file by July 15, 2020. In response to questions about the deadlines, we're sharing clarifying facts from the IRS and state of Pennsylvania....

  • Produce Auctions Resume

    May 14, 2020

    Morrisons Cove Wholesale Produce Auction is open for business. Growers and buyers are welcome to the 2020 auction season. Fans who attended the May 7 auction wore masks and were anxiously bidding on the items they wanted. Enjoying themselves (side photo) are Jamie Fetter, Jocelyn Fetter and Juliet Fetter. There were flowers of various kinds, as well as strawberries, blueberries, carrots and baked goods to name a few. Above is Mark Wisecarver, the auctioneer for the event. He has been the...

  • Online Newsletter Provides Updates, Recommendations on Spotted Lanternfly

    May 14, 2020

    A new online newsletter offered by Penn State Extension will give readers “the scoop” on the spotted lanternfly. The Penn State Extension and Pa. Dept. of Agriculture added Blair and Huntingdon counties to the lanternfly quarantine zone this year. Bedford County has not been added. Infestations of the insect have been reported in Mifflin and Juniata counties. Launching the week of May 4, the monthly “Spotted Lanternfly Newsletter” will feature content developed Penn State Extension educators and College of Agricultural Sciences...

  • Extension Offers Strategy Series

    May 14, 2020

    Agricultural businesses are invited to learn more about customer perspectives, marketing, merchandising strategies, and customer service through Penn State Extension’s Under the Ground series. Under the Ground is an annual subscription-based service and network that provides businesses with a comprehensive picture of retail storefronts from the eyes of customers, peers, and marketing specialists. Register or learn more at https://extension.psu.edu/under-the-ground. Registration deadline has been extended to May 15, 2020. Please contact Tanya...

  • New Owners at Cove Flooring

    May 14, 2020

    Cove Flooring in Martinsburg is under new ownership and a new name. Cordell and Cara Ebersole (left) are the new owners of Cove Flooring & Design LLC, having taken over from Chuck and Sue Shriver. The Shrivers are retiring after 25 years of operating their store. The Ebersoles will continue to offer all flooring needs plus design service....

  • The Herald's Weekly Virus Update

    Allan J. Bassler, Publisher|May 14, 2020

    The Morrisons Cove Herald again is providing articles about the coronavirus.* The information below is the latest that could be included in this week’s edition. This information is taken from the sources listed at the end of the article. Blair and Bedford counties are being moved from the state’s Red Phase to its Yellow Phase on May 15. AS OF 8:30 A.M. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13 Blair County • 30 cases confirmed, up from 25 cases confirmed, 0 deaths * Bedford County • 29 cases confirmed, up from 26 cases, 1 death * Nearby counties Cambria: 4...

  • Blair and Bedford Counties to Move to Coronavirus 'Yellow Phase' on May 15

    May 14, 2020

    Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf has announced that 13 Pennsylvania counties, including Blair and Bedford counties, will move to the "Yellow Phase" of reopening at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, May 15. Those counties moving to the Yellow Phase include Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Fulton, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland. On May 1, the governor and Pa. Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine signed new orders, one for Yellow Phase reopening and one to...

  • Gov. Wolf to Pa.: We Must Stay the Course, We Must Follow the Law

    May 14, 2020

    Gov. Tom Wolf on May 11 reminded Pennsylvanians that the state’s actions to stop the spread of COVID-19 are working and that residents must “stay the course and follow the law or there will be negative consequences.” “Pennsylvanians are fighting for our lives,” Gov. Wolf said. “We have fought this deadly virus in the best way we can, and sacrificed in ways we could never have imagined. It has been a new kind of heroism – in many ways a quiet heroism. These heroic acts deserve to be met not by surrendering, but by staying the...

  • Cove Sends 'Sailors Stuck at Sea' 22 Boxes of Donations

    Karen Bassler, Staff Writer|May 14, 2020

    For the past two weeks, the Herald has been collecting items to be shipped to some of our U.S. sailors stuck at sea due to COVID-19 restrictions. Space for personal items is very limited so most sailors don't carry too many back-up supplies. Now that port calls are restricted, many sailors have no way to replenish some of their every day personal items. A letter from a U.S. sailor to her cousin was posted online asking for supplies. A certain U.S. Navy mom at the Herald went into "military mom...

  • Taylor Township Man Charged with Multiple Thefts

    May 14, 2020

    Luke Allen Ickes, 30, of Taylor Township, is in the Blair County Prison awaiting a preliminary hearing on several felony charges. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Hollidaysburg, the residence of Joshua Donald McConnell on Brumbaugh Road in Taylor Township was searched under a warrant which resulted in the seizure of numerous previously reported stolen items. McConnell was questioned at PSP, Hollidaysburg, and admitted to stealing numerous items from various work sites and residences....

  • Greenfield Township Reports Revenue Decline Due to Virus

    MICHAEL SELL, Correspondent|May 14, 2020

    Greenfield Township could face $95,000 in revenue loss due to COVID-19, according to preliminary calculations by Arlene Kuntz, township secretary-treasurer. The financial figures for the March through June 2020 timeframe were presented at the board of supervisors’ May 6 meeting. Revenue reduction is expected from real estate taxes, earned income taxes and other taxes, reduced state aid for pension and fire, fewer land development projects and building permits, and fewer rentals at township facilities, among other income streams. To help...

  • Condados De Blair, Bedford Se Mudará A 'amarillo' El 15 De Mayo

    May 14, 2020

    El gobernador de Pensilvania Tom Wolf ha anunciado que 13 condados de Pensilvania, incluidos los condados de Blair y Bedford, pasarán a la "Fase Amarilla" de reapertura a las 12:01 a.m. del viernes 15 de mayo. Esos condados que se mudan a la Fase Amarilla incluyen Allegheny, Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Fulton, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington y Westmoreland. El 1 de mayo, el gobernador y el Pa. Secretaria de Salud, la Dra. Rachel Levine, firmaron nuevas órdenes, una para la reapertura de la Fase Amarilla y otra...

  • Noticias Semanales Del Herald Sobre El Coronavirus

    May 14, 2020

    Por ALLAN J. BASSLER Editor El Morrisons Cove Herald está publicando actualizaciones y noticias sobre el coronavirus de nuevo. * La información abajo es lo más reciente que se pudo incluir en la edición de esta semana. Esta información viene de las fuentes enumerado al fin del artículo. Los condados Blair y Bedford se están moviendo desde la fase Roja a la fase Amarillo del proceso de reabrir, a partir del 15 de mayo. HASTA 8:30 A.M., MIÉRCOLES, 13 DE MAYO Condado Blair (Blair County) 30 casos confirmados; el total fue 25 la semana...

  • Fire Strikes Sottile's Hobby Car Sales Near Martinsburg

    Allan J. Bassler, Staff Writer|May 14, 2020

    The Martinsburg and Roaring Spring volunteer fire departments responded to a fire in a shed at Bob & RJ Sottile's Hobby Car Corvettes, Inc., at 3936 Cove Mountain Road, around 5:39 p.m. Tuesday, May 11. Firefighters cut holes in the sides of a shed between the two larger buildings. They also removed tires and wheels from the shed. Martinsburg, Station 80, was dispatched first. The Station 80 officer in charge, then requested a water tender (tanker) from Station 60, the Friendship Fire Co....

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