Putting cows on the front page since 1885.

Articles from the August 8, 2019 edition


Sorted by date  Results 1 - 50 of 57

  • Public Notices

    Aug 8, 2019

    Notice NOTICE IS GIVEN that the Council of the Borough of Roaring Spring, in Blair County, Pennsylvania (the “Borough”), proposes to enact, at a public meeting to be held not less than three (3) nor more than thirty (30) days following the date of publication of this notice, an ordinance (the “Ordinance”), the caption and summary of such proposed Ordinance being as follows: “ORDINANCE NO. 2019-3 AUTHORIZING AND SECURING THE ISSUANCE OF A SERIES OF GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS, IN THE MAXIMUM AGGREGATE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF $3,500,000, PURSUANT... Full story

  • GLADYS A. DODSON

    Aug 8, 2019

    Gladys A. Dodson, 100, of Roaring Spring, went home to be with the Lord Thursday evening, Aug. 1, 2019, at her home. A funeral was held Monday, Aug. 5, at First Church of the Brethren, Roaring Spring. Pastor David Crumrine officiated. Interment was in Alo-Reste Park, Altoona. Gladys was born April 25, 1919, in Donnertown, the daughter of the late David and Susan K. (Sell) Beck. She married Russell D. Dodson Aug. 20, 1938. He preceded her in death Oct. 29, 1998. Gladys is survived by a son, David L. Dodson of Washington, D.C.; a daughter,...

  • LORRAINE K. FRYE

    Aug 8, 2019

    Lorraine K. Frye, 65, of Dudley, Huntingdon County, passed away Sunday afternoon, Aug. 4, 2019, at Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC, Pittsburgh, following a lengthy battle with cancer. Friends will be received from 1 to 3 p.m. today, Thursday, Aug. 8, at Clover Creek Church of the Brethren, rural Martinsburg, where a funeral will begin at 3 p.m. Pastor Barbara Hammond will officiate. Interment will be held at Brumbaugh Cemetery, rural Martinsburg. Lorraine was born Aug. 10, 1953, in Wells Tannery,...

  • JOHN BAYER FURRY

    Aug 8, 2019

    As much as words can measure a man, here are a few to describe our husband, father, grandfather ... On an autumn day 73 years ago, John Bayer Furry was born in Morrisons Cove, a hamlet in the mountains of central Pennsylvania, to Eliza and Galen Furry. He passed away peacefully on Monday, July 22, 2019, after a life lived with integrity and joy, grace and courage. Throughout the decades, he enjoyed an abundance of pursuits, titles, roles ... these are a few: Explorer of Potter Creek farms and...

  • DONNA J. HICKS

    Aug 8, 2019

    Donna J. Hicks, 64, of rural Williamsburg, went home to be with the Lord Monday morning, Aug. 5, 2019, at her residence. Friends will be from 10 until the 11 a.m. funeral today, Thursday, Aug. 8, at the John K. Bolger Funeral Home Inc., www.bolgerfuneralhome.com, Williamsburg. Pastor Joseph Weber will officiate. Interment will be held at Royer Cemetery, rural Williamsburg. Donna was born Nov. 19, 1954, in rural Williamsburg, daughter of the late Walter E. and Elizabeth Pearl (Gorman) Stacey....

  • D. MARSHALL NORTON

    Aug 8, 2019

    D. Marshall Norton, 90, of Williamsburg, passed away Tuesday morning, July 30, 2019, at the Hollidaysburg Veterans Home. There will be no public services and arrangements are by John K. Bolger Funeral Home Inc., www.bolgerfuneralhome.com, Williamsburg, and friend and minister, Reverend Robby Kagarise. Marshall was born March 24, 1929, in Cazenovia, N.Y., son of the late Donald and Hilda (Marshall) Norton. He married Sandra C. (Haney) Zitsch Aug. 25, 1985, in Lakemont. Surviving are his wife of 33 years; two sons: Scott Marshall (Cynthia) Norton...

  • Producers to Learn About Worms at Ext. Workshops

    Aug 8, 2019

    It’s turning out to be a difficult year for sheep and goat producers in Pennsylvania. Wet weather has resulted in ideal conditions for internal parasites to flourish in pasture systems, which can lead to infected animals. Producers can learn how to better manage internal parasites at a Penn State Extension workshop titled, “It’s a Wormy Deal,” which will be held at three locations across Pennsylvania. There is a charge for the workshop. • The first workshop will be held Aug. 28 at the 4-H Center on the Bedford County Fairgrounds, 108 Telegra...

  • New Student Orientation Set at ACM Everett Campus

    Aug 8, 2019

    Allegany College of Maryland’s Bedford County Campus, Everett, will host its New Student Orientation from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 13. New student orientation offers mini-sessions designed to simplify the college experience and introduce new students enrolling in the fall semester to available services. Mini-session topics include: student services, financial aid, scholarships, computer services, college survival skills and library services. Particular attention will be paid to introducing students to the many programs within student s...

  • Little Miss Roaring Spring

    Aug 8, 2019

    Kenley Ickes (center), 9, was named Little Miss Roaring Spring July 31 at First Church of the Brethren. She is the daughter of Kara Slick and Luke Ickes. The queen is surrounded by Madison Morningstar, Mia Metzger, Brielle Feathers and Daisy Cicchitello....

  • Roaring Spring Hosts Spring Dam Weekend

    Aug 8, 2019

    The Roaring Spring Ministerium, Food Pantry, Lions Club, and local businesses and organizations hosted a full weekend of events Friday through Sunday, Aug. 2-4. The weekend featured a community picnic, vendors, food, craft show, parade, entertainment, pancake breakfast, worship service and much more. Above, Barry Barnhart of Roaring Spring cordons off a section of the parking lot for vendors during Roaring Spring's annual Spring Dam Festival Saturday featuring a community picnic, vendors fair...

  • MUNICIPAL

    Aug 8, 2019

    Forgery State Police, Hollidaysburg, filed charges of forgery and unsworn falsification to authorities against Gary Deem, 65, of East Freedom, owner of Deem Motors, Duncansville, on March 20. DUI Hollidaysburg State Police have charged Gerry Weitzel, 38, of Martinsburg, with driving under the influence following a crash along Juniata River Road, Woodbury Township, Blair County, on June 22....

  • Old Order Mennonite Memoirs

    Aug 8, 2019

    Among the birthday calls from family and friends on Sunday morning at breakfast time was also a call from our son Joshua to tell us the exciting news of a new grandson for us. Born on my birthday, our 10th grandson will answer to the name Marquis Devante Zimmerman. I wanted to go meet him right away, but of course, I curbed those longings for the time being. At Piney Creek church, however, I was delighted to tell others about this undeserved gift from God. His birth brings the number of...

  • Twenty-Seven to Vie for Little Miss C-burg Crown

    Aug 8, 2019

    Twenty-seven young girls who will enter grades one through five in the fall will vie for the crown of Little Miss Claysburg on Saturday, Aug. 10. The silver anniversary event (25th annual) of the Little Miss Claysburg Pageant will begin at 11:15 a.m. at the Claysburg Area Community Park. Diana G. Walter-Dively will be the pageant hostess and director. All contestants attend Claysburg-Kimmel Elementary School. In addition to the queen, Walter-Dively said their will be two princesses and six runners-up. Eleah Diehl, who was named Little Miss...

  • Milk Marketing Bd. Releases Dairy Producers' Opinion Survey Report

    Aug 8, 2019

    The Pennsylvania Milk Marketing Board has released the Dairy Producers’ Opinion Survey Report. The 47-page report, authored by Consumer Member Carol Hardbarger, Ph.D., analyzes and evaluates data collected by the board regarding Pennsylvania dairy producer knowledge of Pennsylvania’s milk pricing system, including the over-order premium. The report is available on the board’s website at https://www.mmb.pa.gov/Consumer/Documents/DairyProducerFinalReport.pdf The report also categorizes producer opinions regarding Pennsylvania’s milk pricing...

  • Senior Expo Aug. 14 at Bedford Fairgrounds

    Aug 8, 2019

    State Reps. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Franklin/Fulton) and Carl Walker Metzgar (R-Somerset/Bedford) will team up to host a free Senior Expo from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 14, at Jordan Hall in the Bedford Fairgrounds, 702 W. Pitt St. Exhibitors will provide valuable information geared toward senior citizens, as well as their families and care providers. Close to 40 local and state agencies, medical organizations and a variety of senior-focused organizations will be on hand to share their knowledge and information on services and...

  • Not Your Typical Church Lady

    Kelly Baker, Correspondent|Aug 8, 2019

    Last year I came into possession of a very nice chicken coop. With it came some chickens. The "old ladies," as they became known, were very nice and well-mannered chickens. They laid big fat brown eggs. They were as tame and gentle as a chicken could be. Then we got the new group. The young ladies did not have quite the same mannerisms that the old ladies had. The new group fought. They peck each other to death. They sometimes break the eggs. They are tame and cordial to humans, but they are a n...

  • Picture-Perfect Wedding Day

    Aug 8, 2019

    Photographer Caitlyn Taylor positions the wedding dress of newlywed Marissa Zelnosky with her husband Anthony of Altoona as the wedding party made a quick stop in Duncansville Saturday afternoon, Aug. 3, for a photo shoot....

  • Free Night of Swimming at Memorial Pool

    Aug 8, 2019

    The Martinsburg Ministerium will sponsor a free night of swimming from 7:30 to 9 p.m. today, Aug. 8, at Hershberger Memorial Pool, Morrisons Cove Memorial Park. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. The area pastors will be there to supervise. Free water and snacks will be provided....

  • BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS

    Aug 8, 2019

    Keith Lynn and Lisa W. (Zimmerman) Reiff of New Enterprise are the parents of a son, Jaymin Z. Reiff, born at 10:02 p.m. Sunday, June 2, at home. The infant weighed 6 pounds, 11 ounces and was 20-1/2 inches in length at birth. Maternal grandparents are Lee and Lucy Zimmerman of New Enterprise. Paternal grandparents are Nelson and Linda Reiff of New Enterprise. Maternal great-grandparents are Willis and Amanda Zimmerman of East Earl, Lancaster County, and Ammon and Martha Weaver of Ephrata,...

  • Thought for the Week

    Pastor Earl Herr, Correspondent|Aug 8, 2019

    The score was tied. It was the bottom of the ninth inning. One man was on base. A good hitter was at the plate. Suddenly, there was a power outage. The TV went dark. The radio was dead. The game had been very exciting to that point, but it was not over. The next day, Apollos talked about what he knew, hoping someone would tell him how it all ended but nobody did. He was excited as he talked about what he knew, but the story was incomplete. That is a bit of what it was like for Apollos in Acts...

  • Six Reasons Community Libraries are Important

    ABBY MARTIN|Aug 8, 2019

    Now more than ever, public libraries are essential to a thriving community. The Roaring Spring Community Library, located on East Main Street, offers several facets to improving the community, creating a space where everyone can learn, share, and connect. 1. They offer free educational resources to everyone. “Public libraries in the United States play an essential role in providing safe, accessible, and 100 percent free educational resource centers for every member in communities across the country,” writer Sadie Trombetta said. At the RSCL, fr...

  • Po's Peek at the Past

    Dave Potchak|Aug 8, 2019

    The Pittsburgh Pirates meant everything to me while growing up in Central Pennsylvania in the late '50s and early '60s. I knew the team inside and out – the lineup, the coaches, the announcers, even the advertisers on the TV and radio commercials. I had most of the Pirate statistics memorized, including the then-current batting averages of Roberto Clemente and Willie Stargell, their RBIs, home runs, walks and on-base percentages. I could tell you the number of times Clemente stole a base and t...

  • Ink Splatters

    Allan J. Bassler|Aug 8, 2019

    I’d like to offer a different perspective on the recent appearance of Robert Mueller before the U.S. House of Representatives in late July. Millions of words have been exchanged about Mueller and his famous report, but that’s not what I want to discuss. I want to discuss Mueller the man. I believe that both political parties shamelessly used Mueller and tried to get him to carry their water. I believe that both of them insulted his honor and integrity and neither had the standing to do so. Were I forced to chose someone to guard my house or man...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Aug 8, 2019

    Herald of Aug. 2, 1894 Cholera infantum was epidemic among the children in Henrietta. Two victims who died from the disease were the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Weyandt and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kauffman. Also, in four days, four young children in the Williamsburg area died. They were the infant child of Andrew Lantzer; Willie, son of Frank P. Lantzer; the infant son of Robert Patterson; and the infant child of Elmer Miller. It was not known whether the deaths in the Williamsburg area were related to the cholera epidemic. In East...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Aug 8, 2019

    Herald of August 8, 1919 Fred E. S. Kagarise, principal of the Martinsburg High School, for the past twenty-five years, has severed his relations with the school board at this place. Rumor was currant for some time that Professor expected to leave and on Monday evening of last week, at a meeting of the school board, his resignation was formally accepted. He goes from this place to Cambria county, having accepted the position of supervising principal of the Salix schools in Adams township. Prof. Kagarise came to this place and took charge of...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Aug 8, 2019

    Herald of August10,1944 Pennsylvania is said to be falling behind in the salvaging of paper for use of the war department in supplying the needs of our armed forces and the citizens are asked to make a greater effort to get out everything in the line of paper, cardboard, magazines, cartons, corrugated paper, etc., to bring up the salvaged stock to something near the demand. In Martinsburg the Boy Scouts are planning another salvage drive scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 19, and hope to have the full cooperation of all citizens of the borough and...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Aug 8, 2019

    Herald of August 7, 1969 It looks like the largest and best apple crop in the Cove since the Cove Apple Packers Cooperative was established in 1962, according to Robert E. Meredith, an official at the Martinsburg plant. The processing plant will be operating this year under a marketing arrangement with Country Best and Agway Inc., and from all indications the fruit will be of high quality and very abundant. The processing is expected to start next week when the plant begins to work on pears. There are a few peaches but the Cove orchardists...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Aug 8, 2019

    Herald of Aug. 4, 1994 Fire thought to have been touched off by an arsonist late Friday destroyed a large warehouse in Taylor Township filled with pulp and scrap paper for recycling. The blaze kept hundreds of fire-fighters busy for three days at the Smith Transport Inc. terminal on Closson Road, just south of Roaring Spring, and caused an estimated $1.05 million in damage. Sparks from a grinding wheel landed on a pile of sawdust and touched off a fast-burning fire that destroyed the Cove Buggy Shop and Sawmill at Curryville on July 28....

  • 10 Years Ago

    Aug 8, 2019

    Herald of August 6, 2009 The Spring Cove School Board approved housing another Head Start program in the school district. Child Advocates of Blair County will host the Head Start preschool program at the Spring Cove Middle School. Superintendent Rodney L. Green said Head Start believes the location is a “good fit.” The class of up to 17 preschool children will be located in the former family consumer science room in the lower level of the school. There is an entrance in that area of the building. The middle school no longer offers a sep...

  • DEATH RECORD

    Aug 8, 2019

    DODSON, Gladys A., 100, Roaring Spring FRYE, Lorraine K., 66, Dudley FURRY, John Bayer, 73, Lititz, formerly of Morrisons Cove HICKS, Donna J., 64, Williamsburg NORTON, D. Marshall, 90, Williamsburg... Full story

  • A Cry for Help: Wife of Man Shot in Roaring Spring Says System 'Failed' Her Husband

    RICK BOSTON|Aug 8, 2019

    On Friday afternoon, July 26, around 2:49 p.m., Alda Jays Messner talked with her husband on the telephone. A little more than an hour later he was dead. Somehow in that hour, Todd Messner, 49, made his way from Saxton to Roaring Spring, where he began acting erratically in the parking lot of the Dollar General store. Witnesses called police and when an officer arrived, Messner was in the parking lot of the Roaring Spring True Value Department Store. It was there where Messner allegedly...

  • Martinsburg Council Welcomes New Member

    Aug 8, 2019

    Martinsburg Borough Council welcomed aboard a new member Monday evening, Aug. 5. Council voted in the only applicant for the open board position, Charles "Chuck" Kensinger. Mayor Richard A. Brantner Sr. administered the oath of office to Kensinger. Kensinger joins the council following the resignation of Douglas D. Smith in July. The council appointed Kensinger until Dec. 31 of this year. Smith filed a withdrawal affidavit through Blair County to get his name off the ballot this fall, as he fill...

  • W-burg Man Facing Child Abuse Charges

    RICK BOSTON|Aug 8, 2019

    A Williamsburg man is facing felony charges relating to the abuse of a 2-year-old boy that allegedly occurred in his home along High Street on Dec. 3, 2018. According to charges filed by the Williamsburg Police Department, police were contacted by Blair County Children Youth and Families after an anonymous family member of the child, who was in the care of Marcus A. Hughes, 25, contacted them to report bruises on the boy. According to police, the child and his mother spent the night of Dec. 2 at Hughes’ house. The next morning, Monday Dec. 3, H...

  • General Daniel Roberdeau: Immigrant, Merchant, Patriot

    Darwin H. Stapleton|Aug 8, 2019

    Many of the readers of the Herald have visited Fort Roberdeau in Tyrone Township, Blair County. There they have learned about the purpose of the fort, and about aspects of the Revolutionary War in what was then the frontier of Pennsylvania. But the background of the fort's namesake, General Daniel Roberdeau, is perhaps less well-known to visitors. Roberdeau's personal story is an American story that tells us much about the times in which he lived, and what it meant to be a sacrificial patriot...

  • Another Successful Summer Reading Program at M-burg Library

    Aug 8, 2019

    This year's summer reading program at the Martinsburg Community Library, entitled "A Universe of Stories," began on June 10 and ended on Aug. 2. A total of 79 children in preschool through eighth grade registered for the program, and 36 of the children completed the program. A total of 770 books were read. A variety of programs were held for the readers. This year's programs included the following: June 11 – "Sky Full of Stories" (kicked off the Universe of Stories Program by making a star m...

  • Home Rule: Its Status and Biggest Obstacle

    Terry Tomassetti, Blair County Commissioner|Aug 8, 2019

    Postponement of the home rule referendum effort has become necessary for two primary reasons. One is that other duties and primarily the time needed for completion of the courthouse restoration project before the end of this year have limited the time needed to devote to the home-rule issue. The second reason is the significant media campaign anticipated for the General Election for the Blair County commissioner positions. There is a realistic concern that the Home Rule issue would be swallowed up in the deluge of political advertising and...

  • Enjoying Summer Before School Starts

    Aug 8, 2019

    Michael Hodgson, 15, makes his way along Bedford Street in Claysburg Saturday afternoon, Aug. 3, to visit his girlfriend. The start of the school year is right around the corner. Northern Bedford High School will begin Wednesday, Aug. 21. Hodgson and his classmates at Claysburg-Kimmel will have their first day of classes Thursday, Aug. 22. Spring Cove and Williamsburg will both return to the classroom Monday, Aug. 26....

  • Woodbury Twp. (Blair) Receives CMA Final Plans

    Natalie Gorsuch|Aug 8, 2019

    Final plans for the Williamsburg Christian and Missionary Alliance Church were given to the Woodbury Township supervisors during last Thursday evening’s meeting. CMA’s engineer, from Gwin, Dobson and Foreman of Hollidaysburg, presented the plans asking for a variance request and waivers for parking and lighting. In the original plans, 147 parking places were to be installed and at final installation, only 140 parking spaces were installed. CMA church officials also opted for wall-mounted lights alongside the church instead of four light pol...

  • Are you sure you're not thirsty?

    Natalie Gorsuch|Aug 8, 2019

    PHOTO AT LEFT – During Saturday's community yard sale day in Williamsburg, these adorable three were busy selling lemonade to help cool the many customers off. Shown are (from left): Danica Cisney, 4; Brantley Frye, 5; and Adessa Cisney, 7. PHOTO BELOW – A beautiful day in the neighborhood means playtime at Riverside Park. Kaylee Long, 1, of Williamsburg, the daughter of John and Chelsea Long, had fun on the swings, spending time with her family....

  • From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen

    Natalie Gorsuch|Aug 8, 2019

    By now, most of my readers know at least two things about me – I like to cook and I love professional wrestling. Once a month at the Gorsuch house, these two things combine. This Sunday is the second-biggest pay-per-view of the year for professional wrestling – Summerslam. My sister Julie and I are hosting a little party to help commemorate the big day and cheer on our favorite wrestlers. Here are two recipes that are sure to smack-down your taste buds: Artichoke and Jalapeno Crab Dip Ingredients: 1 package softened cream cheese 1 cup may...

  • Ag Progress Days Provides Glimpse Into Science And Business Of Agriculture

    Penn State Extension|Aug 8, 2019

    Everything agriculture and more can be found at Penn State's Ag Progress Days, which kicks off Aug. 13 and continues through Aug. 15 at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs in Ferguson Township, Centre County. The event, one of the largest agricultural expos in the East, features 500 commercial and educational exhibits, crop displays, machinery demonstrations, guided research tours, family and youth activities, horse exhibitions, workshops, and the Pasto Agricultural Museum. There also are plenty of food vendors,...

  • First-Year Showman

    Aug 8, 2019

    Emma Stock, 8-year-old daughter of Roger Stock and Rhonda Miller of Martinsburg, holds her market steer "Paxton." Emma said she is very excited for the opportunity to be a first-year member for the upcoming Blair County 4-H and FFA Livestock Show and Sale, scheduled for Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 12-13, at Morrisons Cove Memorial Park, Martinsburg. Emma, who will be entering the third grade this fall at Martinsburg Elementary School, will also show dairy beef, pigs and goats. The schedule for the...

  • Williamsburg High School Homerooms for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    Williamsburg Junior-Senior High School will open to students for the 2019-20 school year Monday, Aug. 26. The following are homeroom assignments: GRADE 7 Room 221, Mrs. Loose – Logan Alger, Scotlyn Barroner, Alana Bowmaster, Logan Brantner, Ava Brown, Eleanor Brubaker, Joseph Brubaker, Jesse Brumbaugh, Marvin Brumbaugh, Madalyn Cadle, Angelina Detwiler, Cole Dodd, Samantha England, Alexis Feudale, Elise Frye, Rylan Heeter, Justin Houck, Abigail James, Nathan Keith. Room 218, Mr. Gallagher – Chelsey Lane, Leanna Lee, Rein Merritts, Kacie Nor... Full story

  • Williamsburg Elementary School Homerooms for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    Williamsburg Elementary School has announced its homeroom assignments for the 2019-20 school year. The first day of school for students will be Monday, Aug. 26. The following are the room assignments: KINDERGARTEN Room 131 – Miss Russell – These students will start on Monday, Aug. 26: Camden Allison, Liam Brumbaugh, Reid Haney, Allison McGowan, Kazia Maynard, Zelma Mazzei, Gunnar Sarver, Keith Stone, Nevaeh Walters. These students will start on Tuesday, August 27, 2019: Julian Albright, Obadiah Allison, Willow Clark, Emma Fisher, Brantley Frye,... Full story

  • Williamsburg School District Calendar for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    WILLIAMSBURG School Calendar Wed., Aug, 21, Thur., Aug. 22 & Fri., Aug. 23 Teacher In-Service Mon., Aug. 26 First Student Day Mon., Aug. 26 & Tue., Aug. 27 Kindergarten Staggered Start Mon., Sept. 2 No School - Labor Day Fri., Sept. 20 No School - Teacher In-Service Fri., Oct. 25 No School - Teacher In-Service Wed., Oct. 30 End of First Marking Period Mon., Nov. 11 No School - Veterans Day Mon., Nov. 25 Evening Parent/ Teacher Conferences Tue., Nov. 26 Early Dismissal for Students/ Parent/Teacher Conferences Wed., Nov. 27 - Mon., Dec. 2 No... Full story

  • Claysburg-Kimmel High School Homerooms for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    Claysburg-Kimmel High School will start the 2019-20 school year Thursday, Aug. 23. The following are the homeroom assignments: GRADE 7 Room 111, Rebecca L. Benton – Hayden Musselman, Madison Musselman, Willow Musselman, Alex Orris, Tyler Paris, Nicholas Reffner, Sawyer Riley, Trevor Ritchey, Ethan Roudabush, Lillian Schy, Andrew Shaak, Levi Shirk, Haden Sollenberger, Daisy Thomas, Cameron Tipton, Nathaniel Turner, Parker Walters, Nathan Watson, Porter Weise, Elijah Weyant, Dakotta Wilbur. Room 122, Shawn Cunningham – Makenzie Ebersole, Kyle Ell... Full story

  • Claysburg-Kimmel Elementary School Homerooms for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    Claysburg-Kimmel Elementary School will start the 2019-20 school year on Thursday, Aug. 22. The following are the homeroom assignments: KINDERGARTEN Room: K01 – Teacher – Mr. Hartman – Autumn Atherton, Ryan Brown, Michael Caldwell Jr., Avery Claar, Grace Claar, Devin Claycomb, Kaitlyn Clayton, Piper Dodson, Christopher Feathers, Makenley Freeman, Hunter Imler, Vincent Musselman, Tandon Ritchey, Maryonna Ritchey-Zerby, Gunner Slowik, Aubrey Tornatore, Greyson Trexler, Lynlee Weyant. Room: K02 – Teacher: Mrs. Brumbaugh – Serenity Baxter, J... Full story

  • Claysburg-Kimmel School District Calendar for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    CLAYSBURG-KIMMEL School Calendar Tues. & Wed., Aug. 20 & 21 Teacher In-Service Thur., Aug. 22 First Student Day Mon., Sept. 2 No School - Labor Day Fri., Sept. 27.............................Early Dismissal Fri., Oct. 4...............................Early Dismissal Fri., Oct. 25 No School - Teacher In-Service Mon., Nov. 11 No School - Veterans Day Tue., Nov. 26 ..............Early Dismissal/ Evening Teacher In-Service Wed., Nov. 27 No School - Teacher In-Service Thur. - Tues., Nov. 28 - Dec. 3 No School Thanksgiving Break Fri., Dec.... Full story

  • Northern Bedford Elementary School Homerooms for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    Northern Bedford Elementary School will open its doors for the 2019-20 school year Wednesday, Aug. 21. The principal for the elementary school is Trevor Replogle. The first class will begin at 8:15 a.m. and the last class will end at 2:55 p.m. The regular breakfast price will be $1.20 and the reduced breakfast price will be 30 cents. The regular lunch price will be $2.35 and the reduced lunch price will be 40 cents. The following are the homeroom assignments: KINDERGARTEN KA – Mrs. Clark – Carter Brumbaugh, Mackenzie Dively, Reyan Dively, Lau... Full story

  • Northern Bedford High School Homerooms for 2019-20

    Aug 8, 2019

    Northern Bedford High School will open its doors for the 2019-20 school year Wednesday, Aug. 21. The principal for the high school is Michael C. O’Dellick. The first class will begin at 7:59 a.m. and the last class will end at 3:10 p.m. The regular breakfast price will be $1.20 and the reduced breakfast price will be 30 cents. The regular lunch price will be $2.45 and the reduced lunch price will be 40 cents. The following are the homeroom assignments: GRADE 9 Homeroom 127 – Mr. K. Gable – Austin Bartholow, Lillian Beach, Carson Becquet, Haile... Full story

Page Down

Rendered 04/20/2024 22:51