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  • Sherry Ann Keagy

    Jan 27, 2022

    Sherry Ann Keagy, 57, of East Freedom, passed away unexpectedly, Saturday afternoon, Jan. 22, 2022, at Conemaugh Memorial Medical Center, Johnstown, surrounded by her family, following a brief illness. She was born April 12, 1964, in Altoona, daughter of David S. Weyant and the late Judith A. (Farber) McNally. On Dec. 12, 1987 she married Michael D. Keagy in Geeseytown. She is survived by her beloved husband of 34 years; her father of Bellwood; three daughters: Rachael S. Sheehan (Ryan...

  • Glenn William Detwiler

    Jan 27, 2022

    Glenn William Detwiler, 72, of Martinsburg, passed away unexpectedly Wednesday evening, Jan. 19, 2022, at Conemaugh Nason Medical Center, Roaring Spring. He was born Aug. 18, 1949, in Roaring Spring, son of the late Mahlon B. Detwiler and Dorothy Shultz. On June 19, 1972, he married Sondra Jane Miller in Hollidaysburg, and she preceded him in death May 22, 2016. He is survived by a daughter, Lisa K. Reininger (Shawn) of East Freedom; two sons: Bryon K. Detwiler of Altoona and Isaac W. Detwiler...

  • Edward L. Norris Sr.

    Jan 27, 2022

    Edward L. Norris Sr., 78, of Hesston, passed on peacefully to be with his Lord and Savior Sunday, Jan. 16, 2022, at Embassy of Huntingdon Park after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born Sept. 6, 1943, in Huntingdon, to the late Hiram J. and T. Mae (Dean) Norris. Feb. 5, 2005, he married Tammy J. Brenneman, who survives at home. Ed was a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by a son, Edward L. Norris Jr. of Lewistown; twin daughters: Jodi Peachey of Altoona and...

  • Nancy Jane Replogle

    Jan 27, 2022

    Nancy Jane Replogle, 85, of Harrington, Del., passed away Jan. 20, 2022, at Westminster Village in Dover, Del. She was born Oct. 21, 1936, in New Enterprise; daughter of the late Truster and Vera Fern (Replogle) Reighard. On Nov. 10, 1957, at the Waterside Church of the Brethren, she was united in marriage to Ralph Curtis Replogle. He preceded her in death Oct. 18, 1999. She is survived by a daughter Rhonda Replogle as well as many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by brothers:...

  • Dolores R. (Showalter) Weyant

    Jan 27, 2022

    Dolores R. (Showalter) Weyant, 90, of Brooks Mills, went home to be with the Lord Thursday morning Jan. 20, 2022, at The Lutheran Home at Hollidaysburg. She was born Feb. 9, 1931, in Williamsburg, the daughter of the late Garfield and Geneva (Treese) Showalter. She married Robert G. Weyant Oct. 27, 1952, in Winchester. He passed away Aug.23, 2012. She is survived by six children: Terry Olivieri of Roaring Spring, Barry Weyant and wife Bonnie of Claysburg, Rodney Weyant and wife Bonnie of...

  • Samuel Lawrence Frederick

    Jan 27, 2022

    Samuel Lawrence Frederick, 81, of Martinsburg, passed away Jan. 17, 2022, at UPMC Altoona Hospital, due to pneumonia and COVID-19. He was born April 2, 1940, in Woodbury; son of the late Harry and Mae (Imler) Frederick. He is survived by a son, Don Frederick of Roaring Spring; daughter, Karen Frederick of Martinsburg; grandchildren, Travis Frederick (wife Starla), Brad Frederick, Brandan Garman, and Cody Frederick (wife Rachelle); great-grandchildren, Starlet and Waylon Frederick; as well as a...

  • Harold Edward Metzler

    Jan 27, 2022

    Harold Edward Metzler, 93, of Goshen, passed away early Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022, at Greencroft Healthcare in Goshen. Harold was born Dec. 4, 1928, in Roaring Spring, to David Elmer and Lena (Stoltzfus) Metzler. He married Peggy Anne Mock June 8,1952; she survives. Harold is survived by his wife of 69 years, Peggy; four children: Randy (Jeanette) Metzler of Missouri, Jeffrey Metzler of Bristol, Julie (John) Bachman of Goshen and Jamie (Christy) Metzler of Maryland; four grandchildren: Rachel...

  • Phyllis Hite

    Jan 27, 2022

    Phyllis Hite, 83, of Wilmington, Delaware passed away Jan. 15, 2022. She was born Nov. 1, 1938, in Claysburg, to the late Homer and Ruth Diehl. Phyllis married her late husband Richard in 1959. She obtained her formal education and RN in nursing. She practiced nursing at Nason Hospital in Roaring Spring. After the birth of her son Douglas in 1963 the family relocated to Delaware. She was a charter member of Skyline United Methodist Church. Her passions in life where her family, her faith, music, caring for others and travel. She played the pian...

  • Newcomers to the Cove: Apple Butter

    JOSEPH WALK, For the Herald|Jan 27, 2022

    Covites love to eat apple butter. Even a newcomer like me can be obsessed about apple butter. It’s a veritable staple of my diet. In September our family convened to create sweet, delicious apple butter the old fashioned way – a wood fire, a 40-gallon cauldron, applesauce, lots and lots of sugar, cinnamon, and many cousins, nephews, in-laws, and friends to stir the concoction. We made this annual batch of umber nectar at my brother’s home in Taylor Township. It’s an autumn tradition that go...

  • Fouled Out: Barn Basketball

    MARSHALL WALLY RITCHEY, For the Herald|Jan 27, 2022

    In ninth grade, I was growing and getting bigger and had more skills thanks to playing inside barn basketball with my brother, cousin Daryl, Jim Miller, Earl and Ellis Rush, and the Clark boys. Barn basketball is the roughest toughest game there is. During June – and then again in August, if the grasses grow and it rains enough, but not too much – you make hay! Yes, you make hay when the sun shines. For if the hay is wet or too green and put in the barn, then there is spontaneous combustion because of the heat and the barn burns down. Any...

  • Books to Borrow Williamsburg Public Library Recommends

    JENNIFER HOFFMAN|Jan 27, 2022

    The Williamsburg Public Library is pleased to offer many fun educational kits to patrons, teachers, and parents. Funded by educational grants, the kits provide fun learning experiences for children of different ages. MackinMaker Take & Make kits include STEM and technology based items, books, and ideas for activities. Included are items such as Makey Makeys, Buddha Boards, miniature building supplies, and Merge Cubes, each with a book and idea suggestion cards. Great for homeschooling, learning...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Jan 27, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 28, 1897 A large audience gathered at the Methodist Episcopal Church to hear Pastor J. K. Lloyd preach a sermon on amusements. Pastor Lloyd did not condemn amusements of the proper kind, but left no room for the modern ball, society dance and card playing. A log home, considered a local landmark, was torn down in Friend’s Cove, Bedford County. The home was built by William McDermett who emigrated from Scotland in the late 1700s. He was a blacksmith and edge toolmaker and operated a trip hammer forge to manufacture axes, h...

  • DEP Releases Draft 2022 Pennsylvania Integrated Water Quality Report, Invites Public Comment

    Jan 27, 2022

    The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released for public comment the draft Pennsylvania 2022 Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report, the biennial update on the health of streams and lakes statewide. “The Integrated Water Quality Report is a vital tool for Pennsylvanians to be informed on the health of their streams, rivers, and lakes,” said DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell. “We’re committed to continuing to make it as robust as possible to equip Pennsylvanians to take action and be part of solutio...

  • PennDOT Reminds Pennsylvanians of The Availability of Online Services as A Convenient Option for Residents

    Jan 27, 2022

    PennDOT reminds Pennsylvania residents that they have an abundance of convenient transaction choices they can take advantage of from the comfort of their own homes by utilizing online options to fulfill their driver licensing and motor vehicle needs. As with many services offered through commonwealth departments, through PennDOT’s website – www.dmv.pa.gov – customers may obtain a variety of driver and vehicle products and services, including all forms, publications and driver training materials. Driver and vehicle online services are avail...

  • DCNR Grant Application Round Now Open to Assist Communities with Parks, Recreation, and Conservation Projects

    Jan 27, 2022

    Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced that grant applications are now being accepted for recreation and conservation projects in communities across Pennsylvania. “DCNR grants have a tremendous impact in helping communities with local park acquisition and improvements, trails and river access each year and we expect them to have a greater impact as a result of the increased use of the outdoors during the COVID-19 pandemic,” Dunn said. “We will continue to assist as many worthy proje...

  • Hometown Bank Invests In Community

    Jan 27, 2022

    The Hometown Bank of Pennsylvania provided a $7,000 Educational Improvement Tax Credit donation to the Bedford County Regional Education Foundation. The donation offers financial support for local high school students taking early college classes through the Allegany College of Maryland Bedford County Campus....

  • Blast from the Past: Cove Stores

    Jan 27, 2022

    From the Herald Archives: Here's a look at a Cove store in 1901 and receipts from 1933....

  • Tax Forms Available in Topper's Offices

    Jan 27, 2022

    State and federal tax forms for the 2021 tax year are now available at the district offices of Rep. Jesse Topper (R-Bedford/Franklin/Fulton) located in Bedford, McConnellsburg and Mercersburg. State instruction booklets and all other state forms are available at all his district offices. If residents need a form or other information that is not displayed, please don’t hesitate to ask one of the staff members to print it directly from the state Department of Revenue website. To access the forms electronically, simply go online to the state D...

  • Pennsylvanians Encouraged to Use myPATH to File 2021 PA Tax Returns

    Jan 27, 2022

    With the tax filing season opening, the Department of Revenue is encouraging taxpayers to use a free online option to file their Pennsylvania personal income tax returns. Taxpayers can visit mypath.pa.gov to file their PA tax returns through the department’s state-only filing system. In addition to being free, myPATH is user friendly and provides an option for the majority of taxpayers to seamlessly file the Pennsylvania Personal Income Tax Return (PA-40), make income tax payments, and access other services. The deadline to submit 2021 p...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Jan 27, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 27, 1972 The new congressional reapportionment plans removed Somerset County and added Snyder and part of Cumberland County to the local district. The new district will be known as the Ninth District. The remapping of the state was necessary to reduce Pennsylvania’s congressional delegation from 27 to 25 members. The 1970 Census showed a decrease in Pennsylvania’s population that necessitated the cut. Winds gusting up to 47 miles an hour damaged a greenhouse at Leidy’s flowers outside of Williamsburg. Friends and neighbors helpe...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Jan 27, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 27, 1922 Plans were being made for the Blair County fair to be held from August 15 through August 18. It was hoped that the event would be the greatest ever held in this part or the state. A movement to have the state fair located in Altoona was also discussed. Glenn Snyder celebrated his 13th birthday on January 13 with a party of 13 friends. The friends surprised Glenn at his home in Roaring Spring. A group of young people from Henrietta sledded over the snow to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McGraw for an oyster supper. John...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Jan 27, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 30, 1997 New Enterprise Stone and Lime Company was awarded the contract to build a Route 219 bypass around Meyersdale in southern Somerset County. New Enterprise submitted the low bid of $53.1 million. Punxsutawney Phil and his handler William “Bill” Deeley visited students at Martinsburg Elementary School and presented a program. The Cove dealt with a number of problems brought on by changing weather conditions. Fluctuating temperatures and rounds of precipitation caused incidences of snow and ice that affected travel and sch...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Jan 27, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 23, 1947 The largest real estate development in Martinsburg’s history was announced by the owner, Dr. J. W. Hersberger. The Park Manor development, located between Woodlawn Avenue and Spring Street and extending from the Blair County Airport westward to within a block of South Market Street, was previously part of North Woodbury Township. The land was formerly part of the Major Theophilus Snyder farm. The development contained 127 homesites set on curving streets. Jesse C. Moore escaped injury when a freight train pushed his d...

  • 10 Years Ago

    Jan 27, 2022

    Herald of Jan. 26, 2012 The Morrisons Cove Memorial Park continued fundraising efforts to pull the park out of financial difficulties. Approximately 119 people attended a stakeholder meeting to show their support for the park and brainstorm ways to raise money. The Martinsburg Elementary School and the Homewood Chapel Fund announced contributions to the park at the meeting. Plans were made for a Celebration Dinner to honor Joe Hinish with proceeds going to the park. Lydia Imes of Martinsburg donated $410 that she collected at her fifth...

  • Wisely Waiting

    PASTOR LEE SEESE|Jan 27, 2022

    As January mercifully nears its end, our thoughts turn to springtime. However, no matter how much we may long for green grass and trees blossoming with warm temperatures, there is the reality of having to get through the short but cold month of February still. I have told people that I like the four seasons that Pennsylvania offers. The older I get the more I realize that I like three out of the four seasons. As much as I may wish for spring, the reality is that I must wait for nature and the...

  • Pennsylvania's Unemployment Rate Falls To 5.4 Percent in December

    Jan 27, 2022

    The Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) released its preliminary employment situation report for December 2021. Pennsylvania’s unemployment rate was down three-tenths of a percentage point over the month to 5.4 percent in December. During that same time, the U.S. rate also fell three-tenths of a percentage point to 3.9 percent. Over the year, the commonwealth’s unemployment rate was 1.7 percentage points below its December 2020 level and the national rate was down 2.8 points. Pennsylvania’s civilian labor force – the estimat...

  • Top 10 Blair, Bedford County Employers

    Jan 27, 2022

    Included in the top 50 list for Blair County are NPC Inc. at 17; Homewood Retirement Center at number 23; H H Brown Shoe Co Inc. at number 26; Spring Cove School District at number 28; Nason Medical Center at number 30; the Village at Morrisons Cove at number 33; and Champion Home Builders Inc. at number 47. Included in the top 50 list for Bedford County is Northern Bedford School District at number 19. More information can be found on https://www.dli.pa.gov....

  • Diocese to Celebrate Catholic Schools Week

    Jan 27, 2022

    The Diocese of Altoona-Johnstown will celebrate Catholic Schools Week 2022 beginning on Jan. 30 and concluding on Feb. 5. The national Catholic Schools Week observance, which began in 1974, is traditionally marked by special Masses, school open houses, and various activities for students, families, parishioners, and the community. This year’s theme is Catholic Schools: Faith. Excellence. Service. “Those words don’t need to remain posted on the classroom wall for young people to grasp their meaning,” stated Bishop Mark Bartchak in his Catholi...

  • RS ARCH to Hold Monthly Dinners

    VANESSA WIAND, For the Herald|Jan 27, 2022

    The Roaring Spring ARCH is a new community outreach center in Roaring Spring located at 714 Rockingham Ave. The ARCH is an acronym that stands for the following: Anchored in Christ Reaching the Family Cultivating Community, and Helping to Restore Hope The goal of the outreach is to empower families and to serve Christ as we serve our community. The center had a New Year’s Eve kickoff and dedication of the facilities and are making plans for monthly events, free community meals, as well as a w...

  • Thought for the Week

    Jan 27, 2022

    I was thinking of something off and on. It is said of King David, “He is a man after God’s own heart.” In Acts 13:22, Paul has been recounting the unfolding of God’s plan of salvation. David is one of the stars in a long list of people God used to bring about this plan. The claim was first given in I Samuel 13:14 when Samuel tells King Saul God has rejected him as king and sought for a man after His own heart. So what is this man like? Actually, when the claim was made, David was likely a young...

  • Atlas Furniture Imports Delivers the World

    JILL BRUBAKER REIGH, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    Atlas Furniture Imports opened in the former Calvin House location on Plank Road in Duncansville last August. Owner Jason Bradley said that after purchasing the building, he spent about six months in construction and remodeling to convert the space from a banquet hall. Some original elements, including the columns and chandeliers, still grace the space, lending a fitting element of transformation into a furniture gallery. Within these walls, shoppers can explore high-end furniture from across...

  • GACTC Team Places at Competition, Includes Hollidaysburg Student

    Jan 27, 2022

    Secondary students at the Greater Altoona Career & Technology Center (GACTC) recently placed in the top eight teams at the National Engineers Week Chain Reaction Contraption Contest at the Carnegie Science Center of Pittsburgh. Editor's Note: Find a full article on this competition in the Jan. 6 edition of the Herald....

  • HACP Welcomes New Marketing Director, Board Member

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    The January monthly meeting of the Hollidaysburg Area Community Partnership (HACP), under the direction of new President Jessica Sorge, found the marketing director they had been seeking over the past several months. Boardmember Pam Jones, made a motion to contract with Ashlyn Dugan as the marketing director of the HACP for $15/hour up to 15-20 hours per month. Don DeLozier seconded the motion and it was approved unanimously. DeLozier volunteered to create a contract for Dugan. Dugan presented an event/marketing campaign for the partnership....

  • Hollidaysburg Borough Council Appoints New Members, Positions

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    The initial meeting of the Hollidaysburg Borough Council for 2022 was held in council chambers on Monday, Jan. 3, at the Hollidaysburg Municipal Building. Mayor Joe Dodson began the meeting by swearing in new councilmembers Brady Leahey and Jeff Ketner. Other new members Sean Burke and Walter Kalista II were not present. Joseph Pompa was reelected by the council as president and Brady Leahey was voted in as vice president. The council appointed First National Bank as their depository, Evey Black Attorneys LLC was named as the solicitor for the...

  • Hollidaysburg School District Updates Isolation, Quarantine Guidelines

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    Last month’s Hollidaysburg Area School District Committee of the Whole/Voting meeting tabled the elimination of quarantining and contact tracing, but it surfaced very quickly during the January meeting’s public comment section. Tony Luther, a parent with two children at the Foot of Ten Elementary School, spoke up against contact tracing and quarantining of students, calling for their elimination. He was angry about the quarantining of his daughter and said, “Contact tracing makes no sense. Contact tracing is not needed for our stude...

  • Faith Camp Connects God and the Community

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    A mini road trip between Pastor Matt Roberts and his wife, Cassie, brought forth a new and exciting event for the youth of our community. During the trip, the pair were brainstorming "how we can outreach the children of our community." Cassie said, "We wanted to provide Christ-centered, fun-filled events that happen every month." Faith Camp was born – a place where faith and fun come together. "It's just a fun evening where we enjoy a meal together, sing and dance, learn about God through B...

  • Yellow Springs Residents Want Answers from Catharine

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    “What is the state of our sewer project?” Many residents asked Catharine Township supervisors during last Thursday evening’s meeting. Chairman Heather Flaig explained to the residents that were in attendance that plans for the Yellow Springs sewer extension were “on hold.” Flaig explained that Keller Engineers said that they needed to complete Ganister first before starting another project. When residents asked how long the Ganister project would take, Flaig said, “I wish I could tell you. It’s frustrating.” The supervisors wanted the prop...

  • Lee Leaves Vacant Seat on School Board

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    For many years, Janet Lee left an indelible mark on the Williamsburg Community School Board. It was announced at last Tuesday evening's meeting that Lee had resigned from the board, effective Jan. 5th. Dr. Barry England, President, got emotional when he read the resignation. "She was a tremendous board member – a great person and she loved this school," said England. England and the rest of the board accepted her resignation with "the greatest regret." Following Lee's resignation, three m...

  • Road Salt and Other De-Icers Can Lead to Expensive Rust Damage to Vehicles

    Jan 27, 2022

    Millions of Americans face expensive vehicle repairs from rust damage every year, and the chemicals used to de-ice roadways can be one of the main culprits. AAA East Central advises motorists to be proactive throughout the winter to prevent dangerous rust-related vehicle damage to brake lines, fuel tanks, exhaust systems, and other critical vehicle components. "Regularly washing your vehicle in the winter is critical to avoiding costly repairs down the road," says Mike Hoshaw, vice president of...

  • The Underground Railroad Passes Through Bedford County

    DORIS DIBERT, For the Herald|Jan 27, 2022

    The Underground Railroad was a name given to an informal system that helped enslaved persons escape from southern to northern states from the early 1800s until the passage of the Emancipation proclamation in 1863. Places where the fugitives or “passengers’ could find shelter and safety were called “stations” or “safe houses.” The person leading a group to freedom was a “conductor,” such as the well-known Harriett Tubman. Residents in south-central Pennsylvania were in a difficult situation as a border state along the Mason-Dixon Lin...

  • Public Notices

    Jan 27, 2022

    6 Meeting Dates The Board of Supervisors of Woodbury Township, Bedford County, has scheduled the 2022 monthly meeting dates, to be held every first Thursday of each month, except otherwise noted, at 7 p.m. at the Woodbury Area Community Center large meeting room, Woodbury, PA as follows: Feb. 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, June 2, July 7, Aug. 4, Sept. 1, Oct. 6, Nov. 3, Dec. 1, 2022. Denise L. Ott, Sec. Woodbury Township Supervisors Huston Township Meeting Dates The Huston Township Supervisors have set their regular meeting dates for 2022 for...

  • Former Hollidaysburg Resident to Lead Online Poetry Workshop

    Jan 27, 2022

    Author/poet Tom Catalano will be conducting a live-stream workshop, “POETRY: How and Why,” as part of the monthly meeting of the Inkwell writer’s group. The online meeting will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 1, at 6 p.m. via Zoom with Catalano as a guest speaker. Anyone interested in writing and learning more about how to become a poet are encouraged to attend this no-cost presentation. Former Hollidaysburg resident Tom Catalano is the author of eight books of poetry, two books of short stories, and a book of witty quotes. He has written more than...

  • Lehman Engineers Hires Three New Employees

    Jan 27, 2022

    Joseph Lehman, Inc., Consulting Engineers is very pleased to announce the hiring of Greg Sleasman as its new construction inspection director. Sleasman, of Ligonier, brings more than 25 years of construction-related experience on transportation projects to Lehman’s Inspection Department. “I appreciate the opportunity to lead and grow this department for Lehman Engineers,” Sleasman said. “And I look forward to using my construction knowledge and experience for the firm on projects all across Pennsylvania.” Sleasman qualifies as a Transport...

  • Bedford Co. Farmers to Be Surveyed on Use of Conservation Practices

    Jan 27, 2022

    If you’re a farm operator in 14 central Pennsylvania counties, you now have a chance to highlight what steps you have taken to protect and enhance water quality for your local streams and the Chesapeake Bay. Several agricultural and governmental organizations have partnered to develop a survey, found at https://farm-bmp.psu.edu, that asks producers in Bedford, Centre, Columbia, Cumberland, Dauphin, Huntingdon, Juniata, Lebanon, Lycoming, Mifflin, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder and Tioga counties to document conservation practices they have a...

  • Dept. of Health Provides Update on Flu Season, Urges Pa. to Get Flu Vaccine As Soon As Possible

    Jan 27, 2022

    Pennsylvania Department of Health officials today provided an update on 2021-2022 flu season and encouraged Pennsylvanians to get a flu vaccine as soon as possible. “With the growing number of flu cases amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to remind Pennsylvanians to take preventative measures, including getting a flu vaccine to protect themselves, their family and communities from the flu this season,” Pennsylvania Physician General Dr. Denise Johnson said. “If you do become sick with the flu, it is imperative that you stay home. If you are a...

  • PA Farm Link Announces Succession Planning Webinar

    Jan 27, 2022

    PA Farm Link, announces a free webinar on Jan. 31 with MidAtlantic and AgChoice Farm Credit to help farmers with successful transition planning. Brenda O’Brien of NY FarmNet will be presenting the best practices to implement and pitfalls to avoid during farm succession planning. “Understanding the importance of transition planning is the first step in the process,” said Tom Truitt, CEO at MidAtlantic Farm Credit. “By the time most farmers realize they need a plan for transitioning or exiting their business, it’s simply too late. This webinar w...

  • Northern Bedford, Claysburg-Kimmel Fight For the Win

    Jan 27, 2022

    The Panthers defeated the Bulldogs 67-57. SCORES BY QUARTER Claysburg 9 15 15 18 – 57 Northern Bedford 26 10 14 17 – 67...

  • Central Basketball Roundup

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    Dragons Down the Devils The Dragons faced the Central Cambria Red Devils this past week on Thursday and found an overwhelming victory of 66-36. Central’s Seth Bean led the Dragons with 20 points. Eli Lingenfelter also put up 18 points, while Hunter Smith had 14. Central’s JV also prevailed over the Devils with a score of 42-30. Nick Garver and Eli Muthler both scored 12 points as high scorers. Next week the Dragons will face the Bedford Bisons, the Forest Hills Rangers, and the Westmont Hilltoppers. Lady Dragons Fall to Lady Red Devils The Cen...

  • Central Wrestling Weekly Wrap-Up

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Jan 27, 2022

    The Central Wrestling Squad participated in two meets this week, beating the Bedford Bisons, and losing by a coin flip to the Richland Rams. On Tuesday, Central faced Bedford. John Pulcine (172), Wyatt Holsinger (285), Tyler Biesinger (120), and Isaac Smith (126) all won by forfeits. Jaxon Matthews (138) recorded a pin at 0:35 to give the Dragons a winning score of 30-15. Their second match on Thursday put the Dragons against the Rams. Holsinger, Max Baker (152), and Camdyn Wenerick (189) won by forfeits. Biesinger had a pin at 4:47 for a tie...

  • Lady Bulldogs Travel to Southern Huntingdon

    Jan 27, 2022

    The Lady Bulldogs traveled to Southern Huntingdon on Friday, Jan. 21. Claysburg fell to Southern Huntingdon 66-78. Rebekah Claar led Claysburg in points, contributing 27. Bailey Garver scored 20 points for the Lady Bulldogs, and Sarah Helsel and Jessen Poullos hit 9 and 8 points for the team, respectively. SCORE BY QUARTERS Claysburg 11 22 18 15 – 66 S. Huntingdon 20 19 21 18 – 78 3-POINT GOALS Claysburg: 6 (Claar 3, Garver 4, Poullos, Helsel) S. Huntingdon: 9 (Horne 4, McMath 3, McMath, Thomas). RECORD Claysburg: 6-8...

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