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Imlers Plan Time of Fellowship on Friday at RS Barn

Pete and Carol Imler of Roaring Spring have invited the public to their barn room at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 17, for a time of Christian fellowship. Gospel singer Tom Smith of Everett will share God’s love through music, prayer and a message....

 

Art Contest Winner

Emma Smith (left), a student at Central High School in Martinsburg, won this year's Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary Patriotic Art contest at VFW Post 43, Martinsburg. Presenting the award to Smith...

 

Two Cove Area Students Earn Perfect GPAs at IUP

Two Morrisons Cove area students at Indiana University of Pennsylvania were honored for graduating with a perfect 4.0 grade point average at May 11 commencement ceremonies. Students from the area honored for graduating with a 4.0 grade point average...

 

Michael Speck Graduates from Methodist College

Michael Thomas Speck of Roaring Spring graduated with an Associate in Arts degree from Spartanburg (South Carolina) Methodist College Commencement exercises were held May 4 at Sparrow Hall Plaza on the SMC campus. The private liberal college serves...

 

The Herald's Guide to the 2019 Primary Election

This is the Morrisons Cove Herald’s guide to the 2019 Primary Election. The Herald’s election information begins on Page A-6, then on Page B-3 through Page B-7. The guide includes information about the candidates for local offices. In addition...

 

Alcohol Sales at Airport Restaurant Up for Vote in Tuesday's Primary

Residents in North Woodbury Township will be asked in Tuesday’s primary election if they support the local airport authority purchasing a liquor license for the airport restaurant. The referendum questions on Tuesday’s ballot will read, “Do you...

 

Blair County Commissioners – Vote for Not More Than Two

Bruce R. Erb 1. Office candidate is running for – Blair County Commissioner 2. Candidate's party affiliation – Republican 3. Candidate's full name – Bruce Robert Erb 4. Candidate's current age...

 

Pa. Judge of the Superior Court – Vote for Not More Than Two

1. Office candidate is running for – Pennsylvania state Superior Court 2. Candidate's party affiliation – Republican 3. Candidate's full name – Rebecca Warren 4. Candidate's current age – 52...

 

Bedford County Commissioners – Vote for Not More Than Two

Deb Baughman 1. Office candidate is running for – Bedford County Commissioner 2. Candidate's party affiliation – Democrat 3. Candidate's full name – Deb Baughman 4. Candidate's current age ...

 

Bedford County Sheriff – Vote for One

Diane D. Nelson 1. Office candidate is running for – Bedford County Sheriff 2. Candidate's party affiliation – Republican 3. Candidate's full name – Diane D. Nelson 4. Candidate's current age...

 

Herald States Policies Regarding Candidate Signs and Endorsements

The Herald would like to remind readers, customers and advertisers that the Herald does not endorse candidates in elections. Any information published by the Herald about a candidate will be standard information provided by the candidate or publicly...

 

First Time Voting?

If you are voting in Pennsylvania for the first time or if you are voting at a new polling place, here’s how to get ready to go to the polling place on Election Day. What do I need to prepare? The first time you vote, you must bring a photo or...

 

State Sen. Judy Ward Appointed to Senate Housing Committee

Senator Judy Ward (R-30) has been appointed by Pa. Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati (R-25) to lead the senate Urban Affairs and Housing Committee for the remainder of the 2019-20 Legislative Session. The committee is responsible for...

 

NBC to Perform Spring Concert

The Northern Bedford County School District Music Department will present its annual Middle School Spring Concert at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 21, at the Northern Bedford County High School auditorium. The concert will feature the Beginning Band,...

 

Herald Sets Deadlines for May 30 Issue

The Herald would like to alert its readers and advertisers to the early deadlines that have been set for the Thursday, May 30, edition. All forms of advertising – classified, legal notice, regular display and back page – will be due in the...

 

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