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  • Community to Come Together in Battle Against Cancer

    Jun 20, 2019

    The 18th year for the Relay for Life of the Cove event will be held only one day rather than the traditional two days. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, June 22, at the Roaring Spring Athletic Field. Opening ceremonies will get underway at 10 a.m. with the closing set for 9:45 p.m. Eight teams have held fundraising events since October to collect money for the American Cancer Society. The goal is to raise $68,000, for the local chapter of the American Cancer Society. The theme of Relay will be “Traveling around the world to find a C...

  • Spring Cove Looking at 3% Tax Increase

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    The Spring Cove School Board’s Committee of the Whole Meeting on Monday, June 17, ended up being quite lengthy when the topic of discussion came to the proposed final millage rates and proposed final tax hike for the 2019-20 school year. Originally proposed was a 3.2 percent hike in the tax rate, or a .3426 mill increase to taxpayers. When discussion of the tax hike began, however, different sentiments were expressed. “We have kept a stable budget,” Boardmember Jim Butler said. “We have also made a great deal of improvements in the distric...

  • Area Father, Daughter to Serve as Co-Ambassadors for Cove Relay for Life

    Jun 20, 2019

    The 2019 co-ambassadors for The Relay for Life of the Cove will feature father and daughter George R. Gilbert of Martinsburg and Shari Gilbert of Hollidaysburg. The one-day event will be held from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, at the Roaring Spring Athletic Field. George lives in Martinsburg with his wife Martie. They have two grown children. George has worked for Barkman Oil as an oil burner service technician and retired from the maintenance department at Seton in Saxton in 2003....

  • Public Notices

    Jun 20, 2019

    Eligibility Survey Underway Ganister Neighborhood - Catharine Township The County of Blair will be assisting Catharine Township to conduct a door survey of residential units located in the Ganister area of the Township. Township officials are proposing to extend municipal sewerage service to the neighborhood to address existing conditions. The County of Blair will conduct the survey from June 14, 2019 to June 24, 2019 to gather essential demographic information to support the use of grant funding from the Pennsylvania Department of Community... Full story

  • Sealing the Streets

    Jun 20, 2019

    Roaring Spring Borough maintenance employees Doug Daughenbaugh and Wyatt Simington use the borough's new tar buggy to fill cracks in the road along Poplar Street. The machine will save the borough money by reducing the frequency of having to completely repave a road....


    Jun 20, 2019

    PATRICIA L. BOLLMAN Patricia L. "Pat" Bollman, 71, of Martinsburg, went home to be with The Lord on Wednesday afternoon, June 12, 2019, at her home, following a lengthy battle with cancer. A memorial service was held on Saturday, June 15, at John K. Bolger Funeral Home Inc., www.bolgerfuneralhome.com, Martinsburg. Pastors Michael Benner and Eric Poteat officiated. Private inurnment was held at Fairview Cemetery, Martinsburg. Pat was born on July 21, 1947, in Roaring Spring, daughter of Florence... Full story


    Jun 20, 2019

    WILLIAM G. ‘BILL’ DECKER William G. “Bill” Decker, 61, of Roaring Spring, passed away on Friday evening, June 14, 2019, at home, following an extended illness. At the request of the deceased, there will be no viewing and a celebration of life service will be held at the convenience of the family. Bill was born on Feb. 5, 1958, in Roaring Spring, the son of the late Eugene L. and Mildred (Teeter) Decker. He was married to Kimberly (Bowers) Decker for 29 years. He is survived by his wife; two children: Alison V. Decker of Florida and Benjami... Full story


    Jun 20, 2019

    DUANE D. MELLOTT Duane D. Mellott, 63, of Claysburg, passed away on Friday, June 14, 2019, at Homewood at Martinsburg, after a lengthy illness. A private service will be held at the convenience of the family. Duane was born on Feb. 10, 1956, in Flint, Michigan, son of the late Ida (Mellott) Thomas. He married Beth Ann Dodson on April 10, 2007. She preceded him in death on April 5, 2017. Surviving are a daughter, Bridget Mellott-Lostaglia, and son-in-law Travis Lostaglia of Altoona. Duane was a 1974 graduate of Central High School, Martinsburg.... Full story


    Jun 20, 2019

    DONALD W. DICK Donald W. Dick, 69, of Roaring Spring, passed away on Saturday, June 15, 2019, at UPMC Altoona, from advanced stage of COPD. A funeral was held on Wednesday, June 19, at the Todd T. Thompson Funeral Home Inc., www.thompsonfh.com, Roaring Spring. Interment with military honors was held at Fairview Cemetery, Martinsburg. Donald was born on Nov. 23, 1949, in Roaring Spring, the son of the late Ellis and Hulda (Pollard) Dick. He married Connie Cox. He is survived by his wife of 49... Full story

  • Incorrect Info for Fairview Cemetery Crew

    Jun 20, 2019

    In the June 13 edition of the Morrisons Cove Herald, incorrect submitted information said that Gilbert Hoover has 10 years of service and Byron Ferry 20 years of service as members of the maintenance crew at Fairview Cemetery in Martinsburg. Hoover has 20 years and Ferry 10 years....

  • Area Students on Dean's List at California U. Pa.

    Jun 20, 2019

    California University of Pennsylvania has announced its dean’s list for the 2019 spring semester. Dean’s list students are undergraduates attending full-time and have earned a grade-point average of 3.25 or higher for the semester. The following area students were named to the list: Duncansville: Isabella Frucella, Madison McCready Everett: Brittany Ewing, Randi Plummer, Caitlyn Williams Hollidaysburg: Julianna Franco, Katrina Guerin, Daniel Sullivan, Alexis Wagner Hopewell: Kaitlyn Corle, Debra Messersmith Imler: Raelynne Grabill Mar...

  • Work Begins on Replogle School Road Near NE

    JUDITH OTT, Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    The Board of Supervisors of South Woodbury Township met on Tuesday, June 4. Work has begun on the bridge on Replogle School Road. A detour is in place for motorists. Jeff R. Wos, CBSI Transportation from Keller Engineers, was present to discuss replacing the bridge on Golden Rule Road. The decision will need to be made to replace the structure with concrete box or a steel box. Also, discussion took place on funding and ways to get funding for this project. This will be a discussion that will be ongoing at this time. Supervisors approved the nam...

  • Outstanding Academic Achievement

    Jun 20, 2019

    As is the custom at its commencement ceremony, Northern Bedford County High School recognized particular seniors for outstanding academic achievement in certain academic and service areas. Seniors who were honored during the school's commencement ceremony on May 30 were (from left): Front row: Brittany Ebersole, English, Social Studies and Mathematics; Ariel Reed, Citizenship; Madison Cottle, Vocal; Cameron Pressel, Science; Shyann Zelanko, Citizenship; and Kayla Singer, Family Consumer...

  • NB Graduates Say Goodbye to Parents

    Jun 20, 2019

    Six Northern Bedford High School students from the Class of 2019 had parents who were employed with the school district. Parents with their graduates are (from left): Stacy Pressel with daughter Cameron Pressel, Mary Ellen Laird with daughter Mara Laird, Kandy Troutman with son Brook Troutman, Bryce Detterline with mother Donna Detterline, Bentley Zimmerman with mother Angie Zimmerman, Brittany Ebersole with mother Sonja Ebersole....

  • Golf Outing Raises Funds For Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 20, 2019

    According to statistics released last month by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), there were 106 line-of-duty law enforcement deaths in the United States and its Puerto Rican territory in 2018. Of those 106, 55 officers died as a result of a felonious act while 51 died in accidents. But no matter the manner of death, each officer gave their lives while protecting ours. The death of a public servant is a loss we all feel. Every day when they put on the uniform their lives are at risk,...

  • Service to Honor Fallen Officers

    Jun 20, 2019

    This year’s Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Service, hosted by the Blair County Law Enforcement Officer’s Memorial Foundation Inc., will be held at 6 p.m. today, Thursday, June 20, at the memorial site in front of the Blair County Courthouse, Hollidaysburg. The service will be held rain or shine. The service will show honor to those officers who gave their life protecting the citizens of the Commonwealth, which includes fallen officers from Blair County....

  • RS Borough Receives Funds for Demolition

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 20, 2019

    The Roaring Spring Borough Council met for its regular monthly meeting on Monday, June 10. Borough manager Lisa Peel informed council that the borough has been awarded $20,000 in demolition grants from the Blair County Demolition Fund. The award was issued for the demolition of two properties along Main Street. The properties, 215 and 223 Main St., were purchased last year and are to be torn down as part of the borough’s “Main Street Project.” A portion of the wall on Main Street across from Appvion collapsed last December forcing the closure o...

  • Nason Home Health Receives 5-Star Rating

    Jun 20, 2019

    In its most recent report, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ (CMS) Five-Star Quality Rating System recognized Nason Home Health with a five-star rating in both quality and patient satisfaction. According to the data, the Roaring Spring home health provider achieved the highest rating possible in both categories. Nason Home Health is a home health partner of Nason Hospital and part of a joint venture partnership with LHC Group, a national provider of in-home healthcare services with 32,000 employees operating locations in 35 s...

  • Local Daycare Children Get Hands-on Lesson in Fire Safety

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Jun 20, 2019

    In the event of a residential fire, preschool-aged children are the most vulnerable when it comes to suffering serious injuries or worse. According to the American Red Cross, children under the age of 5 are twice as likely to die in a house fire than the rest of the population. A major factor in these statistics are that children under the age of 5 do not react to a dangerous situation the same way an older child, or adult would. Young children tend to hide from danger, and in a fire, the...

  • Herald Travels to Arizona

    Jun 20, 2019

    Joe and Nancy Walk of Williamsburg recently traveled to Arizona witha copy of the Feb. 7 edition of the Morrisons Cove Herald. This photo was taken near Prescott, where the Walks were camping in the beautiful national forest south of Prescott Valley....

  • Farewell to CHS Softball Seniors

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Central High School softball program celebrated "Senior Night" at the high school softball field on May 2 against Philipsburg-Osceola. Presented with flowers prior to the game – won by P-O 3-1 – were (from left): Caroline Eckenrode, Alana Padula, Dylan Claycomb, Maddi Metzler, Shannon Detwiler, Sarah Horton, Ashley Negley and Kara Stultz. CHS finished the season with a 14-7 record....

  • The Sportsman's Corner

    Jun 20, 2019

    I am determined that I am not going to buy a new pair of chest waders or a new pair of hip boots this year. I am going to make do with what I have lying around. I had five pairs of chest waders stashed in various places in my garage and cellar. Of these, one is a lightweight pair of stocking-foot waders that I like to use when fishing large streams. The wading boots I wear with them are equipped with studs and provide traction when I am wading on slippery rocks in deep or fast water. I bought...

  • CWD Update: Management Areas Expand

    Jun 20, 2019

    Since last year, 123 additional free-ranging deer have tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in Pennsylvania, and Disease Management Areas 2 and 3 have been expanded again as a result of new cases. With CWD testing from the 2018 deer seasons now completed, there now have been a total of 250 known CWD cases in free-ranging deer in Pennsylvania since 2012. New CWD cases were detected in the following counties: Bedford (65), Blair (10), Cambria (2), Franklin (3), Fulton (33), Huntingdon (4), Jefferson (1), Juniata (1), Perry (1), and...

  • Accident-Free Spring Turkey Season Celebrated

    Jun 20, 2019

    Pennsylvania hunters had a perfect safety record in the recently completed 2019 spring turkey season. No hunting-related shooting incidents were reported to the Game Commission during the month-long season. While years ago, it was common for hundreds of incidents to occur in a year, the total has dipped to about a couple dozen, thanks in part to the requirement for all first-time license buyers to complete a Hunter-Trapper Education training course. Administering the course wouldn’t be possible without a dedicated team of Hunter-Trapper E...

  • Working Group Meeting Set

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has scheduled a public, working group meeting for Monday, June 24, at the Game Commission’s headquarters in Harrisburg. The meeting is slated to begin at 8:30 a.m. Working group meetings allow for an exchange between the Board of Game Commissioners and Game Commission staff ahead of regular quarterly meetings. While working group meetings are open to the public, public comments are not accepted. The working group meeting is scheduled to be streamed live on the Game Commission’s YouTube channel. The...

  • Claysburg-Kimmel Prom Royalty

    Jun 20, 2019

    Claysburg-Kimmel High School's prom court for 2018-19 was comprised of (from left): Layton (RJ) Helsel, Lexis Cowher, Kyra Walter (queen), Lucas Mock (king), Jennica Hunter and Riley Carson....

  • Central Prom Royalty

    Jun 20, 2019

    Central High School's prom court for 2018-19 was comprised of (from left): Emma Smith, Logan Marko, Madeline Metzler, Mason Butler, Jacey Myers (queen), Dylon Bianconi (king), Ashley Negley, Henry McCulloch, Shayla Smith and Casey Walters....

  • Students Graduate From Mt. Aloysius

    Jun 20, 2019

    Mount Aloysius College celebrated the graduation of the Class of 2019 during commencement exercises held on May 11 at the college’s Athletic Convocation and Wellness Center. During the event, 183 graduates who completed their degree requirements in their respective majors were recognized. Area Mount Aloysius College graduates at the end of the spring semester 2019 include the following individuals: Claysburg – Kaitlyn Marie Imler, Associate of Science in Nursing. Duncansville – Daniel J. Garner, Bachelor of Science in Information Techn...

  • Blair Seeks Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement For 911 Addressing

    The Office of the Commissioners, Blair County|Jun 20, 2019

    In an effort to provide continued accurate and timely 911 dispatching services to its residents and assist those who use mobile/broadband based communication devices, Blair County is being proactive in its response to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's upcoming transition from the current dispatching technology, Enhanced 911 (E911) to what is called Next Generation 911 (NG911 ). Unlike E911, that is dependent on tabular data and supplemented with GIS data, NG911 will be dependent on GIS data for everything from connecting the caller to the...

  • PennDOT District 9 to Continue 'Plow' Program

    Jun 20, 2019

    PennDOT District 9 is continuing its “Paint the Plow” program. The success of the program is affording PennDOT the opportunity to continue the initiative to high schools and career technical school in each of the district’s six counties; Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon and Somerset, as well as elementary schools in Huntingdon County. PennDOT District 9 has sent application information to the applicable schools. The schools are asked to return their applications by Friday, June 28. Application information can be found on the District...

  • Old Order Mennonite Memoirs

    Roseann Zimmerman, Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    The loud whine of my husband’s portable grinder filled my ears as he worked to make the 62 rusted bolts and nuts loosen their grip on our two-seated swing. After many rains and snows, our swing was ready for a face lift, especially since I anticipated sitting on it with my grandchildren on Sunday. Painting the swing, (boards in a russet shade and the steel frame with black Rustoleum) before we added shiny new carriage bolts and nuts, was only one of the things on my list of things to do before June 16, when all the children were invited for a m...

  • CHS's Top Students Speak at Commencement

    Jun 20, 2019

    Central High School seniors Rachel L. McCready and Caden T. Hazenstab spoke in front of family, friends and classmates during commencement ceremonies on June 6 at the Roaring Spring Athletic Field. Rachel, valedictorian of the Class of 2019, is the daughter of Homer and Paula McCready of Martinsburg. She is actively involved at Central High School as a participant and leader in National Honor Society, secretary of the Senior Class, Foreign Language Club, Spanish National Honor Society, Concert...

  • Lines By Lee

    PASTOR LEE SEESE, Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    In a recent conversation with someone from my church, he mentioned how people need peace. I have certainly seen that as a hospice chaplain. It is usually obvious when a person lives in peace and when they don't. It saddens me when someone dies and people say "Rest in Peace." Apart from God, no one does. So what is peace and what does the Bible say about it? Peace is a huge topic in the Bible, with some form of the word used over 400 times. It has the idea of tranquility, harmony, security and we...

  • The Word for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr, Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    We have been looking at Acts 17. Warren Wiersbe says thee are three reactions to the Gospel in this chapter: "Resisting" (Thessalonica), "Receiving" (Berea) and Ridiculing" (Athens). Paul has come to Athens, conducted there by folks from Berea who really wanted to take care of him. The Persecution against him had barely begun when they got him safely away. He left so quickly he left behind his dear companions, Silas, Timothy and Luke. He asked his benefactors to send his companions to meet him....

  • Nason Scholarship

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Nason Foundation, whose mission is to support the health and vitality of our community through financial support and education, began awarding healthcare scholarships again this year. The Nason Foundation originally began offering scholarships in 1989 and did so until 2015. In 2018, the Nason Foundation once again started offering scholarships. These scholarships are awarded by the Nason Foundation to provide financial assistance to individuals being educated and trained in the healthcare...

  • Nason Earns Accreditation For Heart Procedure

    Jun 20, 2019

    Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring, has earned full accreditation for compliance with the Pennsylvania Department of Health Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI) program. The accreditation was awarded by Corazon. The Joint Commission has also given the seal of approval as evidenced by an on-site survey completed June 6. PCI is a procedure to place a stent to open blood vessels in the heart that have been narrowed by plaque buildup. The accreditation survey focused on ensuring that Conemaugh Nason follows guidelines established...

  • Christ Church to Hold VBS June 24-28

    Jun 20, 2019

    Christ Church in Roaring Spring will host Vacation Bible School from 6 to 8:15 p.m. Monday through Friday, June 24-28. The Knightlights ministry team from Bedford will facilitate the program, which will feature various puppets and skits. The theme of this year’s program will be “Christ’mas the Whole Year Through.” The Bible lessons will focus on various prophecies about Christ, the Messiah, with an emphasis not only on the work He has already done on the behalf of humanity, but also on what He is yet to do. The missionary story told through...

  • 91 Tons of Scrap Metal Collected in Greenfield

    MICHAEL SELL, Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    During Greenfield Township’s cleanup day on April 27, 221 tires and 91 tons of scrap metal were collected, township officials reported at their June 4 meeting. Statistics on the other items gathered are still being calculated. Matt Treon, chairman, said he wanted to “thank everyone who helped us.” No applications were submitted to the township to fill a summertime road maintenance position. Joe Claar, supervisor, agreed to assist with tasks in emergency situations while the position remains open. The name Archery Lane was approved for a drive...

  • Work Begins on Bridge Project in N. Woodbury

    Jun 20, 2019

    Blair County Maintenance Forces was scheduled to begin work on Monday, June 17, on the Route 2005 Bridge Replacement Project in North Woodbury Township. Work on this project includes the removal of the existing structure, excavation, installation of a new precast box culvert, roadway approach paving and installation of new guide rail. The bridge will be closed during construction and an 8-mile signed detour route will be implemented for a period of eight to 10 weeks. The detour route will follow Route 2001 (Henrietta Road), Route 164, Route...

  • Hazardous Waste Collection Set at PNG Field

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Intermunicipal Relations Committee will host the annual household hazardous waste collection from noon to 5 p.m. on Friday, July 12, and from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 13, at Peoples Natural Gas Field, Altoona. There will be a charge per car trunk-load with an additional charge for all paints. Latex and oil paint will be accepted and recycled for a charge per pound. Residents throughout Blair County are encouraged to participate and bring their household hazardous waste to the collection. Material from businesses will not be...

  • Pinewood Derby Winners

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Chief Logan Pinewood Derby was held on Saturday, May 18, at the Logan Valley Mall in Altoona. The following participants placed: First place: Levi Lucas, Pack 3320; second place: Owen Moyer, Pack 3332; third Place: Christian Heuston, Pack 3057; and fourth Place: Domanick Halerz, Pack 3028. The Outlaw Race was won by Candace Heuston of Roaring Spring....

  • Volunteers Spruce Up Park

    Jun 20, 2019

    On Wednesday, June 12, Vacation Bible School students of middle school-age stormed Morrisons Cove Memorial Park to assist in mulching and planting flowers in front of the Martinsburg Community Library. This is the second year this group worked on the community service project. Paul and Beth Longwell of Martinsburg spearheaded the project with assistance from the Vacation Bible Students of Memorial Church of the Brethren, Saint Matthew Lutheran Church and Martinsburg Church of God. Morrisons...

  • Imlers to Host Cookout at RS Barn Room on June 21

    Jun 20, 2019

    Pete and Carol Imler of Roaring Spring will host a cookout for the Christian Singles group at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 21. The evening will include music and prayer. The group will meet outdoors. Those attending are asked to bring a chair. If the weather is not decent, the group will meet in the Imlers’ barn room. Attendees may bring friends and a dish to share. The Imlers live at 1271 Spang St. Extension, behind Spring Plaza. For more information, call (814) 934-3192 or (814) 505-9067....

  • Grants Help Library with Projects

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    The Williamsburg Public Library recently announced it had received two grants to help boost its summer programs. The first grant, funded by the State Library, is titled "Techsplorers." Every Tuesday in June from 4 to 5 p.m., third- through sixth-grade students are invited to come to the library to work on technology such as robots, programming and 3D printing. The second grant looks to fill a void left by the loss of Williamsburg's community-wide summer recreation program. This grant for $2,500...

  • Royer Hosts 'Wine in the Woods'

    Jun 20, 2019

    Candis Baker (top photo), of Roaring Spring, is poured a wine sample during the Royer Mansion's second annual Wine in the Woods. The event, held on June 15 in Williamsburg, housed six wineries, local artisans, eatables and entertainment. Dennis Ball, of Renegade Winery, Stroudsburg, said he "loves this wine festival – it's nice, pleasant and relaxing." Ball also says that this festival not only gives the winery exposure but increases their mail orders. Carol Scott (side photo), of New Paris, p...

  • From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    A few weeks ago, we had preschool graduation at my workplace, Bright Beginnings Early Learning Center. While I was there, a “fan” of my recipes, Carol Oakes, said that she had been missing my recipes for the past couple weeks. So, Carol, these tasty summer recipes are for you, this week. Tropical Fruit Salad Ingredients: 6 cups fresh fruit (watermelon, mango, kiwi, oranges, pineapple, papaya, and bananas) 1 cup sweetened flaked divided coconut 1/2 cup fresh lime juice (4-5 limes) 2 Tbsp. honey Directions: Chop fruit into small, bite sized piece...

  • Ask the Williamsburgers

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    On Sunday, we celebrated Father’s Day. A lot of mothers get most of the credit about the memories they create with their children and sometimes, fathers get the shaft. This week, I decided to ask residents of Williamsburg, “What is a fond memory you have of your father?” Here is what a few had to say: Barb Dulaney: Seeing my Dad on his way home from work. He would give my brother and I 50 cents a piece and we would go up town in Mercer, PA, to a place called the Diamond Restaurant where we would buy an order of mashed potatoes and gravy – alw...

  • Woodbury Tables Nuisance Ordinance

    Natalie Gorsuch, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jun 20, 2019

    Many attendees including local farmers voiced their concerns and questions on Thursday, June 6, during the Woodbury Township (Blair County) supervisors’ meeting, Williamsburg. The nuisance ordinance dealt with junk cars, noise, accumulating trash and rubbish. Following residents’ concerns, supervisors decided to table the ordinance until the July meeting. Chairman Joe Lansberry was asked about police coverage in the township following the rape and police action at Cove Forge. Lansberry said he would talk again with Williamsburg Borough Pol...

  • Auditions Set for '12 Angry Jurors'

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Bedford County Players will hold auditions for “12 Angry Jurors,” at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 20, and Monday, June 24, at the Bedford Presbyterian Church. The show will be staged at the Bedford County Courthouse Aug. 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 and 18. For more information, contact Thalia Fleetwood at 623-2234 or at 327-6218....

  • NBC Challenge Winners

    Jun 20, 2019

    The Challenge Program Inc. recently distributed financial incentive awards to the seniors at Northern Bedford County High School for excelling in the areas of Attendance, STEM, Community Service, Academic Improvement and Academic Excellence. Corle Building Systems is the sponsor of The Challenge Program Inc. at Northern Bedford County High School. Recipients are (from left): Danielle McGrath, Corle Building Systems; McKenzie Troutman, Student of the Year top-10 finalist; Alison Ritchey,...

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