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  • Public Notices

    Jun 6, 2019

    Storage Sale Due to nonpayment of rent, Lester Grace, PO Box 496, Altoona; Brandie Houch, 309 Fairmount Dr., Duncansville; Heather Dibert, 210 Brinksmin Ct., Claysburg; Bradley Allen Smith, 265 Tom’s Lane, Duncansville; Cathy Alberts, PO Box 714, Duncansville; Bobie Wagner, 106 Sylvan Acres, Tyrone; Virginia Walker, 427 Avaro Dr., Blairsville, Ryan Mackey, 16 Spark Lane, Duncansville; Angela Moats, 1910 Smithton Rd., West Union, WV 26456, will be sold on June 10, 2019 at noon at Smith’s Self Storage 16643 Dunnings Highway, Duncansville, PA 166... Full story

  • Pageant, Music, Fireworks Planned For 'J4' Celebration

    Brian Hess|Jun 6, 2019

    Despite the absence of rides for the first time in more than 50 years, Morrisons Cove Memorial Park has a full slate of events scheduled for its Fourth of July celebration. The six-day “J4” event will begin Monday, July 1, and run through Saturday, July 6. Bartlebaugh Amusements out of Madisonburg, which has been offering concessions and rides at the park for more than 50 years, is not willing to provide rides for the week of July 4 this year. Highlights of the week will include the Little Miss Morrisons Cove Pageant on July 1, the ag par...

  • M-burg Seeks Mayor Following Resignation

    Brian Hess, Editor|Jun 6, 2019

    Martinsburg Borough is seeking a mayor following Monday night’s (June 3) resignation of the town’s elected head. The borough’s council accepted the resignation of Rex L. Hartman during the meeting. Hartman who has served as the elected mayor for the borough for a total of nine years and five months, is moving to another municipality. According to the council. Hartman’s duties as mayor included preserving order in the borough, enforcing the ordinances and regulations, removing nuisances, exacting a faithful performance of the duties of the off...

  • Books to Borrow Martinsburg Public Library Recommends

    Jun 6, 2019

    "Out of The Dark" is the fourth installment in the "Orphan X" series, written by Gregg Hurwitz. Evan Smoak, an orphan, was taken and trained at the age of 12 to become a deep cover operative in the United States government's Orphan Program. Eventually, Smoak decided he needed free of this program and reinvented himself as the Nowhere Man. Evan is the man that people turn to when there is no hope left. Evan also struggles with his craving for normalcy. In "Out of The Dark," Smoak leads a chaotic...

  • Loysburg Bridge Named in Honor of Vietnam Vet

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 6, 2019

    The Vietnam War began in 1955, when Darrell Magruder, of New Enterprise, was just 11 years old. A little over 10 years later, Magruder would lose his life fighting in that same war. In mid-April 1966, Magruder, a Lance Cpl. with the United States Marines, was on patrol with his unit in Da Nang, clearing the roads of landmines. One fateful step detonated a buried mine, sending shrapnel through the young Marine, causing serious injuries. According to his family, Magruder was to be flown back to...

  • Guest Commentary

    Jun 6, 2019

    Troubled by findings in Auditor General Eugene DePasquale’s review of the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s (PGC) operations, Rep. Jim Gregory (R-Blair) on May 30 called for additional oversight of the commission. “Criticism of lack of transparency of accounts is absolutely warranted. To not even know what accounts exist, let alone not know how much is in each account, is a recipe for disaster. Open opportunity for theft and malfeasance of funds must be ended,” Gregory said. “Checks sitting for weeks before being deposited is clearly a sign that...

  • State Sen. Ward Urges Game Commission to Undertake Comprehensive Study of CWD

    Jun 6, 2019

    Senator Judy Ward (R-30) on June 3 urged the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) to place a higher priority on studying Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in deer. In a letter to Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Bryan Burham, Ward noted that a recent audit by the Pa. Auditor General revealed PGC reserves totaling more than $73 million. Ward urged PGC to use some of this money to conduct an aerial study of the local deer population, as well as a comprehensive study of CWD to determine the causes, spread and treatment of the disease....

  • Claysburg Woman Dies in Crash

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 6, 2019

    A Claysburg woman died of injuries suffered in a two-vehicle crash on Saturday afternoon, June 1. According to police, Iva J. Hershberger, 66, of Claysburg, was pulling out from a stop sign on Point Road, onto Lincoln Highway in Napier Township, Bedford County, when she pulled out into the path of a car driven by Andy Carosella, 61, of Herminie. The impact of the crash pushed both cars into the opposite lane. Hershberger was pronounced dead at the scene. A passenger in her vehicle, Janie M. Musselman, 62, of Claysburg, was transported by...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Jun 6, 2019

    Herald of May 31, 1894 Several residents of North Woodbury Township protested an appointment by the school directors to fill a vacant post on the board. The residents felt that the taxpayers should have had some say in who was appointed to the vacancy. In preparation for a possible strike by coal miners in the state, Blank Book C. in Roaring Spring began stockpiling extra wood to use for powering their equipment if their reserve of coal is depleted. In spite of steady rains, Memorial Day services in the area were well attended. Mary A. Smith,...

  • Denae Hershberger Named Bedford County Dairy Princess

    Jun 6, 2019

    On the picturesque evening of May 25, Denae Hershberger, the daughter of Ross and Yvonne Hershberger of Martinsburg, was crowned 2019-20 Bedford County Dairy Princess. The contest was held at the Woodbury United Methodist Church. Denae Hershberger will be a senior at Northern Bedford County High School in the fall. She resides on a 1,000-acre dairy farm in Woodbury Township, Bedford County. She gave a speech entitled "Governmental Constraints on Milk Production and Consumption," a preapproved...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Jun 6, 2019

    Herald of June 6, 1919 Memorial Day, this year, was a bright and beautiful day, and many of our people laid aside their daily work and came out to do reverence to the sleeping brave. Also many from out of town were present to take part in the services of the day. The program as arranged for the occasion was carried out, the orator of the day being Dr. A. R. Day, of Alexandria, who gave an interesting address. At the conclusion of the ceremonies, the graves of the soldiers who sleep in our cemeteries were visited and on each one a flowery token...

  • Remembering Rodney Burket, Longtime Herald Employee

    David Snyder, Publisher Emeritus|Jun 6, 2019

    E. Rodney Burket of Martinsburg passed away on May 26, 2019. He had worked for 35 years in the Herald's back shop as a printer, while Dick Loose operated the Linotype. Besides the job of running printing presses and other back-shop equipment (such as the binder and cutter), he helped with the newspaper layout on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and with unloading and loading newspapers on Wednesday afternoon. Rodney had been there for some time when I arrived in 1968 and probably retired when he was 65....

  • 75 Years Ago

    Jun 6, 2019

    Herald of June 6, 1944 Joseph Schworm, the Ohio farmer who last Feb. 19, murdered his daughter-in-law, the former Betty Ake of Martinsburg, was sent to the state penitentiary at Columbus, Ohio, when he appeared in court for sentence Thursday of last week. Schworm who is 82 years old was given an indefinite term in the penitentiary from one to 20 years. Whether the aged man, should he live, will be required to serve more than one year in prison, depends largely upon the court. The circumstances of this murder which was one of the most ghastly...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Jun 6, 2019

    Herald of June 5, 1969 The combination of wind and heavy rain Monday evening caused some damage, but few complaints were heard as the storm brought relief from the usually dry conditions that have prevailed throughout the spring. The flight service station at the Blair County Airport reported rainfall of 1.67 inches. Most of that fell during the one-hour period from 5:30 to 6:30 o’clock, although there was light rain for several hours longer. The heavy rainfall dampened telephone cables and caused short circuits, putting approximately 100 c...

  • Finishing What He Started

    Dave Scott Jr.|Jun 6, 2019

    Did you have a relative who liked to tell you wild and fantastic tales? Legends, myths, things that can't be true ... or could they? Did you believe Grandpa when he told you that he really did once see Sasquatch in his watermelon patch? Or Uncle Pete who regaled you with fanciful stories of his exotic travels around the globe? Tall tales and wildly spun adventures are pure fun, created for sheer entertainment. With a little thought, we know that it's all make believe. We can hear a story told of...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Jun 6, 2019

    Herald of June 2, 1994 Cove Shoe Co. in Martinsburg is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the D-Day Invasion with a limited edition T-shirt. The shirt features the Corcoran Jump Boot, worn during World War II. The Spring Cove Women’s Club held an installation of officers at Taylor School, Roaring Spring RD. The newly installed officers for 1994-95 were Dawn Theofield, president; Shelly Lanzendorfer, vice president; Karen Greenwood, recording secretary; Kathy Blough, corresponding secretary; and Sherri Theofield, treasurer. S. Pearl E...

  • 10 Years Ago

    Jun 6, 2019

    Herald of June 4, 2009 The war in iraq has hit home in the Cove. Chad A. Edmundson, 20, of Williamsburg, was killed by an improvised explosive device attack on May 27, in Abu Ghraib, Iraq. According to the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Chad was on dismounted foot patrol with the Iraqi Army when a bomb detonated, injuring Chad and 19 others, including three soldiers. He later died at the 10th Combat Support Hospital in Baghdad. Chad was a 2008 graduate of Williamsburg High School. Martinsburg Borough Manager Randy...


    Jun 6, 2019

    Betty Lou (Shaw) Long, 93, a resident at Homewood at Martinsburg, formerly of Roaring Spring, went home to be with her Lord Wednesday morning, May 29, 2019, at the home. A funeral was held on Saturday, June 1, at Bare Memorial Church of God. Pastors Dave Williams and Rachel Neely-Pletcher officiated. Interment was made in Holsinger cemetery, Bakers Summit. Betty was born on March 23, 1926, in Roaring Spring, the daughter of the late Raymond E. and Ada B. (Foor) Shaw. She married Max H. Long on... Full story


    Jun 6, 2019

    Jerry R. Disney, 76, of rural Martinsburg, passed away late Sunday, June 2, 2019, at Homewood at Martinsburg following an extended illness. A celebration of life service was held on Wednesday, June 5, at Hicks United Methodist Church, Duncansville. Pastor Rich Morris officiated. Jerry was born on Dec. 14, 1942, in Bradford, son of the late Roy E. and Lenore K. (Ward) Disney. He married Martha A. Burns on April 6, 1968, in Custer City, Pennsylvania. Surviving are his beloved wife of 51 years; a son, Michael R. (Krystal) of rural Roaring Spring;... Full story


    Jun 6, 2019

    Aaron Letroy Gonzalez, 32, of Philadelphia, formerly of Roaring Spring, went home to be with the Lord on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, after a lifelong illness. Funeral services were held on May 20 at the Mount Olive Holy Temple, Philadelphia. Aaron was the foster son of Brian and Tracy Little of Roaring Spring. Brothers are Ben Little, Lex Seibert, Akeem Little, Issaac Little and Oz Little. Sister is Jessica Sloan. Best friends are Khyri Detterline and Randall Calhoun. Grandparents are Arthur and... Full story


    Jun 6, 2019

    Bruce Claude Kensinger, 73, son of the late Margaret Vaughan and Raymond Kensinger, passed on Saturday, May 18, 2019, in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, hospital. He is survived by his sister Doris Jean Grubb of Indiana, brothers Russell Kensinger and Roy Kensinger of Martinsburg and Lex Kensinger of Annville, Pennsylvania. He had three stepgrandchildren: Felicia Fields, Marlena Weimar of Altoona and Richard Perseus of Arizona; and four great-grandchildren. Bruce was an active member of the North Carolina Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. A... Full story


    Jun 6, 2019

    Florence D. Appleman, 71, of Martinsburg, died Friday, May 31, 2019, at UPMC Presbyterian, Pittsburgh. A private memorial service will be held at the convenience of the family. Florence was born on Aug. 15, 1947, in Blue Knob, the daughter of the late Dewey and Viola (Mock) Brawley. She married Sheldon H. Appleman Sr. on June 7, 1969, in Newry. He preceeded her in death on April 11, 2007. Florence is survived by five children: Dave P. Appleman of East Freedom, Jodi Dibert and husband Jan of Roaring Spring, Cortland Appleman and wife Nicole of... Full story

  • Audit Finds Poor Financial Controls at PGC

    Dave Lemery, The Center Square|Jun 6, 2019

    For years, Pennsylvania state Rep. David Maloney said, he’s been questioned by state residents in the hunting community wondering how the state Game Commission spends the money they fork over for licenses. “Many of the sportsmen statewide have been concerned for several years as to the direction of wildlife habitat, the capacity of wildlife, what has changed, especially in the northern tier of Pennsylvania,” Maloney, R-Boyertown, said at a news conference Thursday, May 30. At the same time, Maloney said, the commission has been looking to th...

  • Shredding Events to Be Held in H-burg, Bellwood

    Jun 6, 2019

    Residents of the 80th Legislative District are invited to Rep. Jim Gregory’s (R-Blair) free shredding events to help safeguard themselves against identity theft. The events will be held: • 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 7, at the American Legion Post 516 Social Hall at 104 Dell Delight Legion Park in Hollidaysburg. • 4 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 14, at Gregory’s district office at 135 Stadium Drive in Bellwood. This will be in partnership with the Borough of Bellwood. “Identity theft is a worsening problem in today’s society, and it is important to take...

  • 'Cove Cause for Cancer' Plans Gala

    Jun 6, 2019

    The Cove Cause for Cancer organization has planned a black-tie affair for Saturday, July 13, at the Bistro at the Village Green, Martinsburg. “A Mid Summer’s Night” will be the theme for the dress-to-impress event. Attendees will have the opportunity to gather and mingle from 6 to 6:45 p.m. There will be a cheese, meat, veggie, cracker and fruit table. There will be a large ticket item silent auction. There will be many large items to bid on. A formal sit-down dinner will follow from 7 to 8 p.m. The menu will consist of summer salad with straw...

  • Altoona Career and Technology Center Announces Adult Education Programs

    Jun 6, 2019

    The Greater Altoona Career and Technology Center announces its summer open house series, Walk-in Wednesdays. During the Wednesday open houses, individuals interested in adult education programs may visit GACTC to learn about the various programs and financial aid options, including Veterans benefits, and tour the facility. Each Wednesday, beginning June 12 through Aug. 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., faculty and staff will provide information about the 30-plus programs offered at the GACTC including Practical Nursing, Medical Assistant,...

  • Lyme Disease Support Group To Hold Meeting on June 13

    Jun 6, 2019

    The Altoona Area Lyme Disease Support Group will meet at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 13, at the St. Rose of Lima social hall, 5519 Sixth Ave., Altoona. Permethrin treated socks, which have tick repellent protection lasting up to 70 washings, tick removers and cedar oil repellant spray will be available. The group meets on the second Thursday of each month. All are welcome. The support group is the Altoona Region of the PA Lyme Resource Network, www.palyme.org. For more information, contact Amber Altiero at (814) 934-7403 or Lisa Worrell at...

  • Lady Bulldogs Win Second Straight District 6 1A Title

    Jun 6, 2019

    The Claysburg-Kimmel softball team claimed its fifth District 6 title in 11 years on Friday, May 31, as the third-seeded Lady Bulldogs knocked off top-seeded Glendale 8-5 in a Class 1A tilt at Saint Francis University, Loretto. The Inter-County Conference North Division rivals were meeting for the third straight year in the district title game. Glendale was victorious in 2017 while C-K won last year. On Monday, June 3, C-K earned its 20th win of the season in 24 games with an 11-7 victory over...

  • The Sportsman's Corner

    RICHARD TATE, Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    I am sometimes asked how to dry the gristle attached to the beard of a gobbler that a hunter probably wants to save as a memento of a successful hunt. At one time I dipped the gristle of the beard into a small pile of salt to dry it. This was messy. I now pour a small pile of baby powder onto a small piece of paper and dip the gristle into this pile. I then prop the beard's gristle against the pile of baby powder for several days, perhaps dipping the gristle into the pile again. It takes only a...

  • PFBC Seeks Comments on Spruce Creek

    Jun 6, 2019

    The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is seeking public comment on proposed changes to fishing tackle regulations along a section of Spruce Creek located in Huntingdon County. At its next meeting on July 15 and 16, the board will consider a proposal to add Spruce Creek, Section 03 to its Catch-and-Release All Tackle Program. This designation would allow anglers to use any form of tackle, including both artificial lures and live bait, to catch fish and release them immediately. Public comment on this proposal will be accepted through June...

  • Old Order Mennonite Memoirs

    Roseann Zimmerman, Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    It was a new thing for me to wear ear plugs. I looked in astonishment at my lawn mower. The 6 horsepower Kawasaki engine under the green paint seemed to turn into a purring kitten. The traffic on Piney Creek Road was soundless. The black exhaust coming from the muffler of my husband's tractor indicated noisy power for grinding corn but I wasn't hearing it. Instead of these jarring sounds I heard the breezes and my own voice practicing my memory work, singing my songs. My hours of lawn mowing...

  • Classic Cars Line the Streets of Hollidaysburg During Cruise-In

    Jill Brubaker Reigh, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    After a wet week, the only slick thing on this Friday evening, May 31, were the buffed chrome fenders and wheels on the classic cars lining the streets of Downtown Hollidaysburg. Gleaming metal shone in the sunshine as Friday evening brought droves of folks to the Diamond. The event was the popular Downtown Hollidaysburg Allegheny Street Cruise-In hosted by the Borough of Hollidaysburg. The event originally started with the borough's 175th anniversary, returning for its ninth year. Stuckey...

  • Albright Church Plans Vacation Bible School

    Jun 6, 2019

    Albright Church of the Brethren in Roaring Spring will host Vacation Bible School from June 9 through June 13. VBS will be held from 6:20 to 8:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday with a closing program at 7 p.m. on Friday. The theme this year will be “Miraculous Mission,” where your children look into the Bible, God's Holy Word. Attendees will discover God's miraculous mission to save you, me, and the whole world! They will also make crafts, play games and enjoy snacks. The church is located at 1245 Bloomfield Road....

  • Lines By Lee

    PASTOR LEE SEESE, Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    If I were to ask the average Christian why they pray, I may get answers like...prayer changes things and the Bible tells us we should. People can probably quote a number of prayer-related verses. Folks could tell of times they saw God work in their lives through prayer. Most believers also relate prayer to guilt because we never feel like we pray enough. Today I want to consider why we should pray. I am not an expert on prayer, nor am I satisfied with my prayer life. It is such a big topic that...

  • Thought for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr, Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    A church is established in Philippi. It is most certainly a viable church. It has membership across the whole strata of society. Paul thinks it is time to move on. So, he does. First he returns to Lydia's house. It has become the base of the church in Philippi. He offers words of encouragement to all. They will need it. He begins moving along what is known as the Egnatian Way. Towns seem to be located about 30 miles apart. This is a strong day's walk. The first two towns are Amphipolis and...

  • Library Seeks Humanitarian Nominees

    Jun 6, 2019

    Nominations are being accepted now through Sept. 6 for the annual Martinsburg Community Library Novel Service Award. The selection committee is searching for nominees who have devoted their time and efforts to worthy causes in the Cove area. Nominees should also be inspirational leaders and role models for people of all ages, and may include service organizations this year. There will be one Novel Service Award given this year to an individual, company, or organization that meets the service criteria. Nomination forms are available at the...

  • What Is Oat Milk?

    Jun 6, 2019

    People avoiding milk due to an allergy, intolerance, vegan lifestyle, or other preference have many dairy alternatives to choose from at their nearby supermarket. Almond milk, soy milk, coconut milk, and cashew milk are widely known, but what about oat milk? Oat milk is quickly gaining steam at coffee houses and is poised to become a popular alternative dairy beverage. Varieties of oat milk started showing up in stores in 2018. The foodies at Bon Appétit say oat milk is formed when steel cut oats or whole groats are soaked in water, blended...

  • What Dairy Does for You and Your Body

    Jun 6, 2019

    A balanced diet that's rich in nutrients is a key component of a healthy lifestyle. Nutritious diets include fruits and vegetables, but a truly well-rounded diet also includes dairy. The Dairy Council of California notes that dairy products are good sources of calcium and vitamin D, giving them a well-earned reputation as nutrient-rich products worthy of inclusion in healthy diets. Dairy products are more than just milk. In fact, the United States Department of Agriculture notes that low- or...

  • Dairy Alternatives Are Expanding

    Jun 6, 2019

    Visit to a supermarket nowadays and you're bound to see plenty of non-dairy milks and products competing with the real deal. Thanks to the popularity of plant-based nutrition, non-dairy products are increasingly finding a home in consumers' shopping carts. New research from Mintel, a public relations and marketing firm, reveals that non-dairy milk sales have seen steady growth over the past several years. Between 2012 and 2017, the market grew an impressive 61 percent. Almond, coconut and soy...

  • The Many Health Benefits of Dairy

    Jun 6, 2019

    Did you know that humans are the only adult animal species that continues to consume “milk” through dairy products. While most animals wean off of their mother’s milk after infancy, humans across the globe have been consuming products produced by cow, sheep or goat milk for thousands of years. And the benefits can be numerous. Although dairy doubters are quick to mention that it is not “natural” for humans to consume milk products into adulthood and that the body is not designed to digest the sugars and proteins in dairy, others are saying th...

  • Power Reunion's Tractor Pulls a Huge Success in New Enterprise

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    The Southern Cove Power Reunion held its tractor pull on Saturday, May 18, in New Enterprise. This was once again a huge success with hundreds of folks attending this free event. The event got off to a slow start with the monitor on the sled not registering properly. But this did get taken care of and the event was exciting and entertaining. This event takes a lot of manpower. Members of the Southern Cove Power Reunion worked very hard. One of these members, Jay T. Claycomb who is also a South...


    Jun 6, 2019

    Nine Killed in Memorial Day Holiday Crashes Members of the Pennsylvania State Police investigated 755 traffic crashes during the four-day Memorial Day holiday driving period, from May 24 through May 27, 2019. The crashes resulted in nine fatalities and 216 injuries. Alcohol was a factor in 65 of the crashes, including two fatal collisions. Troopers made 582 arrests for driving under the influence and issued 14,226 speeding citations over the holiday weekend. State police also cited 1,469 individ...

  • C-K Repeats as District Champs

    Jun 6, 2019

    Claysburg-Kimmel won its second straight District 6 Class 1A softball championship on May 31 at Saint Francis University, Loretto. Seeded third, the Lady Bulldogs knocked off top-seeded Glendale 8-5 to win their fifth district title in 11 years. C-K defeated Glendale in last year’s title game. Celebrating with the district trophy are C-K seniors (from left): Emily Claar, Madison Knisley, Jazmin Kennedy and Corryne Weyandt. C-K (20-4) won its first-round state playoff game on Monday, June 3, d...

  • Body Found in River May 27 Confirmed As That of Man Missing Since January

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 6, 2019

    A body found on Memorial Day, May 27, in the Juniata River near Brooks Mills, Blair Township, just north of East Freedom, has been identified as 30-year-old Mathew W. Smith of Bakers Summit. Smith had been missing since Jan. 19. Two kayakers traveling down the river found Smith's body at around 7:30 a.m. Blair Township police, who were investigating Smith's disappearance, arrived shortly after to the remote area approximately 300 yards off Charger Highway. The Freedom Township Volunteer Fire...

  • Area Frontier Patriots To Meet June 8 near Bedford

    Jun 6, 2019

    The quarterly meeting of the Frontier Patriots Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will be held at noon on Saturday, June 8. at Hoss's Steak & Seafood Restaurant, 4308 Business Route 220, Bedford. The Frontier Patriots Chapter includes the counties of Blair, Bedford, Clearfield and Huntingdon. All current Frontier Patriots Chapter members are invited to attend, as well as any male who is interested in joining the Sons of the American Revolution. Any male who can prove lineal descent from a patriot who served during the Revolutionary...

  • Commissioned Officer

    Jun 6, 2019

    2nd Lt. Tyson Jay Miller (center) was commissioned as an active duty officer in the Infantry branch on May 11, 2019. He graduated summa cum laude with a degree in safety management and a minor in leadership from Slippery Rock University. Tyson attended CULP in Liberia during June 2016, Airborne School in July 2017 and CTLT in August 2018, Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Tyson was the Ranger Challenge Captain through the 2017-18 school year. Tyson was also a Distinguished Military Graduate and...

  • Girl Scout Silver Awards

    Jun 6, 2019

    Isabella Swindell (left), Regan Mobley (center) and Joclynn Ramsey from Girl Scout Troop 43009 were awarded the Girl Scout Silver Award on June 2 for their planning and completing a renovation project at the Roaring Spring Community Library. Together, they each completed 50 hours of work including planning, contacting businesses, contacting contractors and renovating the room including installing a new ceiling, lighting, electrical outlets, and new flooring. This room is now able to be used by...

  • Five Generations

    Jun 6, 2019

    Darlene Joyce Stonerook Lang of Roaring Spring recently gathered with her family of five generations. She is holding her great-great-granddaughter, Willow Joyce Baker of Altoona. In the back row are (from left): Alizsha Weatherwalk (great-granddaughter) of Altoona, Heather Rouzer, (granddaughter) of Altoona and Torann Zeth (daughter) of Roaring Spring....

  • Group Planning History Tour

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Jun 6, 2019

    The Southern Cove Historical Group met on May 18 at the South Woodbury Township building in New Enterprise. Bob Detwiler is the chairman of the group, and Linda Claycomb is the group's secretary. This group has started meeting monthly and is currently looking for a permanent time and place to meet. Approximately 12 members were in attendance at the May meeting. The group did a tour last year of the southern Morrisons Cove area and it was well received. The group won awards from the Bedford...

  • Claysburg Woman Accused of Stealing $131,000 From Employer

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 6, 2019

    A Claysburg woman is facing felony charges of theft and receiving stolen property after police said she embezzled $131,000 from the doctor’s office where she worked as billing supervisor. Danielle M. Bushore, 42, was arraigned on Friday, May 24, by Magisterial District Judge Steven Jackson, Altoona, after an investigation by State Police, Hollidaysburg, into missing money at Advanced Regional Center for Ankle and Foot Care in Altoona, where she worked as a billing supervisor. According to charges filed by police, Bushore, who worked at the doct...

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