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  • Rural Snapshot: EMS

    May 19, 2022

    In the fall of 2021, the Center for Rural Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Emergency Health Services Council (PEHSC) conducted a statewide online survey of Pennsylvania's 744 Emergency Management Agencies. The survey had a response rate of 52 percent. For this Snapshot, the Center grouped responses into the following two categories: Rural agencies/providers and Urban/Mix agencies/providers. Rural agencies/providers are those that serve rural county(s). Urban/Mix agencies/providers are those tha...

  • PennDOT Announces 2021 Statewide Traffic Fatalities

    May 19, 2022

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced that in 2021, statewide traffic deaths increased to 1,230 from 1,129 in 2020. Pennsylvania roadway deaths were up about 9 percent in 2021. This increase is in line with a recently released report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, projecting a national increase of approximately 12 percent in the first nine months of 2021. In 2021, fatalities in crashes involving lane departure increased to 596, up from 551 in 2020, accounting for nearly half of highway...

  • Rolling Down the Pavement

    May 19, 2022

    (From left) Lydia McIntier, 7, her sister Hannah, 9, and brother Ben, 11, enjoy roller blading outside their Julian Street home Monday afternoon....

  • Lower Trail 5K/2 Mile Walk This Weekend

    May 19, 2022

    It’s time to sign up for the 5K Race/2 mile walk. This race will take place Saturday, May 21, 2022. It will start at 9 a.m. at Lower Trail, Williamsburg. This event is sponsored by WHS Careers in Health Club. Prizes will be given. Call Christine Ebersole at (814) 832-2125 ext. 5 for details. Applications are available at school and also on the school’s website....

  • From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    Memorial Day is fast approaching, and if you’re like me – invited to a BBQ or hosting one of your own – the question always arises: what can I make or bring? My family and I had our first cookout of the season last Sunday that was highlighted with beer can chicken, parmesan potatoes, salad and strawberry cheesecake poke cake. This inspired my article this week – two recipes that you can take to any Memorial Day picnic. Easy Tortellini Pasta Salad Ingredients: 20 oz. bag cheese tortellini 1 cup pesto 1 – 23 oz. container marinated mozzarell...

  • Williamsburg NHS Welcomes New Members

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    Williamsburg High School students were honored as the school district held its annual National Honor Society banquet/awards ceremony on May 11. This was the first time since COVID-19 that a banquet preceded the awards ceremony in the elementary cafeteria. Superintendent Lisa Murgas welcomed students and family members to the ceremony. NHS inductees wore gray gowns purchased by the school district. Murgas was introduced by NHS Vice President Cyrus Simmons. Murgas talked about the qualifications...

  • Herald Publisher Shares First Grade Art

    May 19, 2022

    Herald Publisher Allan Bassler graciously agreed to share his artwork from first grade with readers. Shown are Bassler's depictions of a pony, dog and cat, with his signature shown in the bottom corner....

  • Growing, Planting Veg: A Veteran View

    KATHY MELLOTT, For the Herald|May 19, 2022

    Sunny days and warm breezes are making the garden soil pliable and ready for planting, but despite the calendar, an unexpected cold snap has brought more than one basil, tomato or cucumber plant to an early demise. Planting time is something I struggle with annually, despite the advice received years ago from an Old Order Mennonite friend. Lydia Zimmerman, who more than five decades ago started what is now Spring Farm Greenhouse just outside Curryville, said to follow the moon for spring...

  • Job Fair Today at Bedford Co. Fairgrounds 4-H Center

    May 19, 2022

    Today, Thursday, May 19, PA CareerLink Bedford County along with several community partners, will host a job fair at the Bedford County Fairgrounds, 4-H Building, 729 W. Pitt St., Bedford, PA 15522. The job fair will be from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. with the first 30 minutes reserved for veterans. The community partners involved with this fair are Bedford County Chamber of Commerce, Bedford County Development Association, Center for Community Action, Southern Alleghenies Workforce Development Board and Partnerships for Regional Economic...

  • Blair County PASR Lines Up Summer Activities

    May 19, 2022

    Members of the Blair County Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees (PASR) recently collected food, useful items and monetary contributions from their members for the Central Pennsylvania Humane Society. The group contributes to a different organization at each month's meeting, including various food banks, the Mountain Lion Backpack program, the Altoona Teen Center, the Rescue Mission, the Red Cross, the Hollidaysburg Veterans' Home, as well as to other philanthropic groups....

  • Painting the Pool

    May 19, 2022

    Slowly, progress is being made to ready the Hershberger Memorial Pool for the 2022 summer opening. According to the park's website, the pool is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, weather permitting....

  • Blue Pirates See Victory Against Tussey

    May 19, 2022

    Williamsburg baseball defeated Tussey Mountain 12-7 on Monday, May 16. In batting highlights, Rowan Gorsuch had 4 RBIs. In pitching highlights, Dylan Shawver threw 15 first-pitch strikes. The Pirates hit their stride in the third to fifth innings, where they scored 3, 5 and 4 runs. Tussey, who only had one run by the fifth inning, tried to close the gap with six runs, but Williamsburg came out on top....

  • Future of Deer Management Clouded by Coming Steep Decline in Hunter Numbers

    May 19, 2022

    Because so many deer hunters are aging out of the sport — and new hunters are not being recruited to replace them — deer management strategies will need to change to manage populations of whitetails in many states. That is the conclusion of Penn State’s Duane Diefenbach, one of the leading white-tailed deer researchers in the country. He suggests that demographic trends of big-game hunters will dictate that wildlife agencies consider modified, or completely new, regulations to manage white-tailed deer populations. “Recreational deer hunting...

  • Morel Time Nearing End

    May 19, 2022

    After the first day of gobbler season had ended, several people told me I could concentrate on fly-fishing for the rest of the month. One of these was my son, Bob. However, he added, "You can go looking for mushrooms, too. You'll have time to find them now." I laughed at that comment, having tried several times to learn to find mushrooms, properly named morels, but having these attempts end in abject failure. One spring about 10 years ago, I found more than 40 morels in one morning. At that...

  • Dragon Volleyball Takes First Loss of Season

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    The Central Dragon Volleyball team faced the Altoona Mountain Lions as well as the Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders this week. The Mountain Lions gave the Dragons their first loss of the season, with the Dragons losing 3-1 sets. However, the Dragons were able to defeat the Marauders 3-2. Against the Mountain Lions, the Dragons had a nice start, winning the first set 25-19. However, the Mountain Lions responded by winning the next three consecutive sets 26-24, 27-25, and 25-16 to take the match. Luke Weber had 14 service points for the Dragons. Eli...

  • Garver, Buell Sign Intent

    ANNA BAUGHMAN, Editor|May 19, 2022

    Claysburg-Kimmel had two athletes sign their intent to continue at the collegiate level. Bailey Garver will continue her basketball career at Mount Union. Wyatt Buell will attend Juniata College and resume his football career. Buell was recognized as an all-star punter multiple times. Garver was also recognized as an all-star player. According to C-K Principal Charles Kassick, Garver was also named first vice president in Pennsylvania for FBLA. She was chosen out of 2,000 qualified individuals....

  • Dragon Softball Heating Up for Playoffs

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    In the past week, the Lady Dragons faced the Central Cambria Lady Red Devils, the Richland Lady Rams, had a double-header against the Bishop Guilfoyle Lady Marauders, and finished the week against the Philipsburg-Osceola Lady Mounties. The Lady Dragons found victory against the Lady Red Devils 9-1, the Lady Marauders 18-0 and 20-1, and the Lady Mounties 5-2. However, the Lady Dragons lost to the Lady Rams 5-4. Against the Lady Red Devils, the game was scoreless up until the seventh inning, where both teams each brought in one run. In the extra...

  • Lady Pirates Pushing On

    May 19, 2022

    Williamsburg softball fell to Tussey Mountain 7-4....

  • Panthers End the Week with Big Win

    MATTHEW HALL, Student Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    The Panthers baseball team went 2-1 this week, beating Claysburg, losing at McConnellsburg, and beating Forbes Road. This moves their overall record to 7-9 on the year. To begin the week, the Panthers held on to beat Claysburg at home by a score of 7-6. They took an early 6-2 lead after two innings, but didn’t take chances they were given to put the game away. In the top of the fourth inning, Claysburg rallied for four runs to make it a tie game at six. However, the Panthers scored one in the bottom of the inning, thanks to a Brooks Snider s...

  • Undefeated Season Continues For Dragon Baseball

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    The Central Dragon Baseball team remains undefeated after two more games against the Central Cambria Red Devils and the Bishop Guilfoyle Marauders. A 10-0 victory over the Red Devils and a 15-0 victory over the Marauders leaves the Dragons with a record of 19-0. In the first game of the week against Central Cambria, the game was scoreless after the first inning. The Dragons brought in one run in the second, followed by three in the fourth. Then, in the fifth, the Dragons took off, bringing in six runs to end the game with a run-rule. Jacob...

  • Descendants of Civil War Veterans To Have Trivia Challenge

    May 19, 2022

    The Descendants of Civil War Veterans will meet at the Bellwood-Antis Public Library on Wednesday, May 25, at 7 p.m. John Crider will lead a Civil War trivia challenge. Members and the public are invited to attend....

  • Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center Honors Outstanding Seniors With Awards

    May 19, 2022

    The Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center (GACTC) held its annual Senior Awards banquet Thursday, May 12, 2022, honoring the school’s top senior students. Students who received scholarships, awards, and the “Senior of the Year” award in their respective programs were honored. Selected by each program’s teacher, the Senior of the Year exhibits outstanding qualities of success in skills as well as attitude and work ethic. The event was held at the school at 6 p.m. The honored students from Cove schools are: Central High School Kayla Delozie...

  • Primary Election Results Coming Soon

    May 19, 2022

    The Primary Election took place on Tuesday, May 17. Results will be in the Herald when available....

  • Northern Bedford Commencement Set for June 2

    May 19, 2022

    Commencement exercises for the Northern Bedford County High School are scheduled for Thursday, June 2, 2022, at 7 p.m. Graduation will be located at Panther Community Stadium with general seating admission. Tickets to attend commencement will be issued as in previous years. Should the weather become inclement, the program will be moved indoors to the high school auditorium and only those holding a ticket will be permitted to attend. NBCHS will present 68 graduates for 2022. Student speakers for the ceremony include Nathanael Dale Helsel, who...

  • Seventy-Five to Graduate from Claysburg-Kimmel

    May 19, 2022

    Claysburg-Kimmel High School will celebrate graduation on Saturday, June 4, 2022, at noon. The ceremony will take place at Claysburg Community Park. The rain date is Sunday, June 5, 2022, at 2 p.m. at Claysburg Community Park. If it is raining on Sunday, the ceremony will be in the high school auditorium. Seventy-five students will graduate from Claysburg-Kimmel in the Class of 2022. Student speakers for the ceremony include class officers and salutatorians, Grace Burket and Bailey Garver, and...

  • WHS Grad Ceremony Next Week, May 27

    May 19, 2022

    Thirty-two Williamsburg High School students will receive their diplomas during Commencement activities on Friday, May 27, at the High School gym, 6 p.m. Baccalaureate exercises will be held on Sunday, May 22, at 6 p.m. at the Williamsburg Christian and Missionary Alliance Church. The class officers for the Class of 2022 are President Caymen Hughes, Vice President Zachary Snare, Secretary Morgan Webb and Treasurer Cyrus Simmons. The Class of 2022’s class song is “It’s Time” by Imagine Dragons, colors are blue, white and silver, the flower...

  • Central To Honor 149 Graduates

    May 19, 2022

    The Central High School graduation ceremony will take place on Thursday, June 2, 2022, at 7 p.m. If there is inclement weather, graduation will be moved indoors to the CHS Auditorium. Graduation will be located at the Roaring Spring Athletic Complex. Central High School will present 149 graduates for 2022. During the ceremony, Class President Cayden Wright and the valedictorian (to be determined) will speak. The class salutatorian (to be determined) will speak at Baccalaureate, which is scheduled for Tuesday, May 31, at 7 p.m. in the CHS...

  • Spring Cove School District Prepares for 2022-23 School Year

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    The motion to adopt the proposed General Fund Budget for the school year ending June 30, 2023, in the amount of $29,948,421 was approved unanimously by the Spring Cove School District Board of Directors at its May monthly regular board meeting. The budget will be made available for inspection prior to the final adoption vote at the school board’s regular meeting scheduled for June 20. During that time all necessary advertisement concerning the budget’s adoption will be made. The proposed budget reflects a two-percent increase in tax mil...

  • National Police Week Ceremony Held in Hollidaysburg

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Correspondent|May 19, 2022

    Korb Freeman of Roaring Spring, with Empowering Lives Foundation (ELF), put on the Second Annual Honor and Remembrance Ceremony, marking the 2022 National Police Week salute on Saturday, May 14, at the Canal Basin Park in Hollidaysburg. The event thanks and honors local law enforcement officers who have given their lives while serving with a local police force during the past year. Freeman works with over a dozen local police forces on a year-round basis, as he volunteers his time and services...

  • Maurer Brings Down 23-Day Jeopardy! Giant

    ANNA BAUGHMAN, Editor|May 19, 2022

    The Daily Doubles helped Central graduate Danielle Maurer find double the success on her Jeopardy! run. Maurer was named the Jeopardy! champion two days. Her first win was against Mattea Roach, a Canadian contestant who had a 23-day win streak. Because Jeopardy! films a week's worth of episodes in a day, Maurer knew she would be up against a "Jeopardy! giant." Maurer sat through four other games and watched Roach compete. "Every time someone new went up, it was like 'Is this going to end?'"...

  • With Boating Season Here, Rescue Teams Urge Water Safety

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|May 19, 2022

    The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) estimates that there are around 3,960 unintentional drownings, including boating-related drownings, each year. That averages out to around 11 drowning deaths per day. With summer just around the corner, the waters around Williamsburg and its surrounding areas will be welcoming boats, canoes, kayaks, and tubes as people spend a relaxing day floating down the Juniata River. But what may start as a day of fun and relaxation can end in tragedy if proper precauti...

  • Sidewalk Talk

    May 19, 2022

    (From left) Caleb Nolt, Eugene Garman and Rich Brantner discuss a new 140-foot long, five-foot wide sidewalk that will be installed around the Martinsburg Borough building. The borough council voted to have this sidewalk put in at its April meeting. The sidewalk extends from Woodlawn Avenue to 1st Alley. Many councilmembers voiced that they would like this done for safety and uniformity....

  • Rising Fuel Costs Forcing Local Fire Departments to Conserve

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|May 19, 2022

    Rising fuel costs have forced volunteer fire departments to make some changes they hope are temporary. With diesel now at over $6 a gallon, some departments have elected to not provide pool-filling services this summer. The Freedom Township Volunteer Fire Company has decided that it will not be offering pool-filling services this year due to the rising cost of fuel. “It’s not a decision we wanted to make, but with the cost of fuel we just can’t do it this year,” said Chief Ron Henry. Henry said the trucks need to be fueled no matter how hig...

  • Herald Moving this Week; Ribbon Cutting, Reception to be Hosted at New Office

    May 19, 2022

    The Morrisons Cove Herald will have a ribbon cutting at our new office on Wednesday, June 1, at 9 a.m., hosted by the Blair County Chamber of Commerce. The ribbon cutting will be followed by a small reception with refreshments. This will allow those interested to see the Herald’s new location. This event is open to the public, and all interested are encouraged to attend. The Herald is moving into the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park building. The new address for the Herald office will be 209 S. Walnut St., Martinsburg, PA 16662. The North Market S...

  • Early Deadline For Memorial Day

    May 19, 2022

    The Herald office will be closed Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. The office will re-open at 8 a.m. on Tuesday, May 31. The deadline for ads for the June 2 edition will be Thursday, May 26, by 5 p.m. Editorial/obituary submission deadline is Friday, May 27, by 5 p.m. Those with questions may call the Herald office at (814) 793-2144....

  • Dorothy L. (Miller) Zook

    May 19, 2022

    Dorothy L. (Miller) Zook, 89, passed away Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 1, 2021, at Homewood at Martinsburg. She was born Jan. 15, 1932, in Martinsburg, daughter of the late Nathan Ray and F. Marie (Replogle) Miller. On March 24, 1951, she married Ralph E. Zook at Memorial Church of the Brethren, Martinsburg. She is survived by two daughters: Cathy L. (Dan) Truskowski of Hamburg, NY and Brenda M. (Don) Malczewski of Sunset Bay, NY; two sons: Thomas E. (Betsy) Zook and Brian P. (Laura) Zook, both...

  • Shirley M. Ayers

    May 19, 2022

    Shirley M. Ayers, 87, of Martinsburg, passed away Tuesday evening, May 10, 2022, at The Village at Morrison’s Cove, Martinsburg. She was born Feb. 3, 1935, in Henrietta, a daughter of the late Frederick and Dorothy (Detwiler) Metzker. On Feb. 3, 1954 at Diehl’s Crossroads Brethren Church, she married Ronald K. Ayers with whom she shared 67 years of marriage before his death Dec. 16, 2021. She is survived by her three daughters, Diane Kensinger of Florida, Deb Balkavich of Bellwood, and Lori (Wa...

  • Helen Louise (Imler) Eshelman

    May 19, 2022

    Helen Louise (Imler) Eshelman, 87, of New Enterprise, passed away Sunday, May 15, 2022, at the Presbyterian Village at Hollidaysburg. She was born Feb. 12, 1935, in Waterside, daughter of the late George Ralph and Marie Elizabeth (Wallace) Imler. She married Arthur Max Eshelman July 18, 1953 at Crossroads Church of the Brethren. He preceded her in death Aug. 10, 2009. Helen was blessed with 15 brothers and sisters. She is survived by six children: Beth Myers (Allen) of Lewistown, Stephen...

  • Sons of the American Revolution to Meet

    May 19, 2022

    The quarterly meeting of the Frontier Patriots Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will be held at noon, Saturday, June 11, at the Creekside Inn, 3059 Everett Road (off Exit 23 on I-99), East Freedom. The Frontier Patriots Chapter includes the counties of Bedford, Blair, Clearfield and Huntingdon. All current members are encouraged to attend, as well as any male, 18 years of age or older who would like to join the SAR. To become a member, proof is required of lineal descent from a patriot who served during the Revolutionary War, or...

  • Healthcare Hero Award Given in Honor of Dotty Williams

    May 19, 2022

    May 6 to 12 was recognized as National Nurses Week. Dotty Williams, RN, of Martinsburg passed away from COVID-19 on Nov. 26, 2021. According to her daughter, Stephanie Harclerode, “Her work ethic as a nurse is something she was extremely proud of, and well known for.” Williams was recently chosen to receive an award as a Healthcare Hero. This award was given by BAYADA Home Health Care, State College. The award was presented posthumously to Williams’ children: Samantha McCready, Stephanie Harcl...

  • A Cove State of Mind

    ANNA BAUGHMAN, Editor|May 19, 2022

    The moving of the desks I grew up in a household where when one needed help, 10 jumped up to volunteer. Where I live has always allowed that to be the case: all of my aunts, uncles and cousins on my mother’s side live on the same block in Altoona. Though many have moved away – including those in my own house – I can still send out an SOS, and multiple people will come running to assist. This was proven two weeks ago, when I decided that I wanted our new desks at the new Herald office to be assembled well before our move (which is taking place...

  • Books to Borrow Roaring Spring Public Library Recommends

    May 19, 2022

    Lisa Jewell never disappoints. Her latest book “The Night She Disappeared” was a book I couldn’t put down. Told from three different perspectives and timelines, this psychological thriller kept me reading into the wee hours. One night, Tallulah and her boyfriend Zach take a break from the pressures of being young parents to enjoy an evening out together. After leaving the pub with friends the teenagers head to a large country estate for an after-hours party. Fifteen months later, there is still...

  • Jack Bolger was Celebrated Boxer at Penn State

    JAMES WENTZ, For the Herald|May 19, 2022

    John C. “Jack” Bolger was a funeral director in Martinsburg and Williamsburg starting in the 1950s. He established the Bolger Funeral Home that was passed along to his son, John K. Bolger, who has since retired, but whose name still adorns the business. A recent newspaper article about a former varsity boxer at Penn State reminded me of Jack Bolger’s prowess in the ring while representing the Nittany Lions before his graduation in 1950. Bolger excelled in the sport before it was termi...

  • Letters to the Editor

    May 19, 2022

    To the Editor: Recent issues of the Herald have included historical articles by Kathy Mellott. Her long career in public service as a reporter on local government and other issues should be recognized by others besides me. For a brief interval – fall 1982-spring 1984 – Kathy was the most reliable member of the Area News crew for the Altoona Mirror when I was Area News editor. She and northern Blair writer Virgie Werner, Cambria Country stringer Sandy Ivory and others made my job a daily joy, even though I have newspaper deadline dreams lon...

  • 125 Years Ago

    May 19, 2022

    Herald of May 20, 1897 James Johnson of Roaring Spring was critically ill at his home, with no hope of recovery. Old “Jimmie” was one of the “boys” of ‘61, a member of the First Regiment, Pennsylvania Artillery, attached to the Pennsylvania Reserves, and of course, “Jimmie” heard it thunder. Mrs. J. Bowman, who lives at Allegheny Furnace, was held up in broad daylight and robbed of $5. Mr. Harry Hartman and his best lady friend were callers at the residence of Mr. Andrew Diehl on Monday. Mr. F. N. Byers of Henrietta was confined to his home w...

  • 50 Years Ago

    May 19, 2022

    Herald of May 25, 1972 Two junior girls from Tussey Mountain High School died in a two-car collision in heavy fog on Rt. 26 near the Happy Hollow Inn. The girls, Bonnie Giles, 16, of Aitch and Karen Sue Russell, 16, of Cherrytown were on their way to school when their 1970 Chevelle collided with a station wagon. Marlon Zook of Central High School’s track team won first place in District 6 400-yard dash competition. The win earned him a spot in the state competition. Appleton Papers held first place in the Southern Blair Slow Pitch Softball L...

  • 100 Years Ago

    May 19, 2022

    Herald of May 26, 1922 The first motion picture show in the new D’Ford theatre was attended by a large crowd. Mr. D’Ford hoped to give the people of Martinsburg the best pictures he could possibly procure. A special production of the “Sheik” starring Rudolph Valentino and Agnes Ayers was planned for the weekend. William Glass of Fredericksburg was in Altoona Hospital suffering from the effects of gas received during his service in France. He was in critical condition. Friends and neighbors assisted Jerry Haffley in raising a big barn on his...

  • 25 Years Ago

    May 19, 2022

    Herald of May 22, 1997 The Administrative and tax offices of the Spring Cove School District were moved from Poplar Street in Roaring Spring to the former Taylor Elementary School located in front of the Spring Cove Middle School. “Catch a Falling Star” was the theme of the Central High School prom held at the Casino in Lakemont Park. Russell Dixon and Emily Shaw were chosen as the 1997 prom king and queen. Debra McNerlin, an English and reading specialist teacher at Williamsburg High School, was named Woman of the Year by District 5 of Bus...

  • 75 Years Ago

    May 19, 2022

    Herald of May 22, 1947 Doris Aungst was crowned Roaring Spring May Queen during a program at Spring Dam Park. A processional by the high school band opened the program and Fred Myers, president of the student council, crowned the queen in front of 2,000 spectators. Dr. Calvert N. Ellis, president of Juniata College, gave the commencement speech for members of the Woodbury graduating class. Hersberger Garage was participating in a contest to find the oldest licensed Chevrolet truck still in service in the United States. Owners of an early-model...

  • 10 Years Ago

    May 19, 2022

    Herald of May 24, 2012 Williamsburg was planning a celebration to honor and remember SPC. Chad Allen Edmundson, who was killed while on military duty in Iraq four years earlier. The Morrisons Cove Park kicked off the summer season with the 17th Annual Triathlon. The event, which combined swimming, running and biking was held in partnership with the park and Garver Memorial YMCA. The Northern Bedford Girls track and field team won two league titles and had an undefeated season. They won their first District 5 team championship since 1999 with...

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