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  • Kenneth Wayne Stultz

    Apr 22, 2021

    Kenneth Wayne Stultz, 57, of the Ebensburg Center, formerly of Williamsburg, passed away late Saturday, April 17, 2021, at UPMC Altoona. He was born Feb. 28, 1964, in Huntingdon, son of the late Darl D. and Dorcas E. (Russell) Stultz. He is survived by a sister, Shelby J. Maynard of State College. Kenneth was preceded in death by a brother-in-law, James A. Maynard. He was a member of Fairview Church of the Brethren in rural Williamsburg. Kenneth loved taking long car rides and looking at tractors with his dad. He also enjoyed eating ice cream...

  • Shane M. Kennedy

    Apr 22, 2021

    Shane M. Kennedy, 39, of Roaring Spring, passed away Monday April 12, 2021. He was born May 6, 1981, in Altoona, son of Michael Kennedy and Sherri (Benton) Snyder. He is survived by his father of Roaring Spring; his mother and her husband Wade of Hollidaysburg; a sister Brandey Kennedy and fiancée Chris Pavlick of Salix,; three children: Kalysta, Isabella and Barrett Kennedy; two nieces: Claire Kennedy and Kathryn Brendel; his grandparents James W. and Marlene Kennedy and many loving aunts,...

  • Edward R. Martz

    Apr 22, 2021

    Edward R. Martz, 61, of Altoona formerly of Hollidaysburg, passed away late Saturday, April 17, 2021, at UPMC Altoona, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was born June 7 1959, in Altoona, son of the late, Raymond C. and V. Margaret (Smith) Martz. He married Sue Ann Negley April 3, 2004, in Clappertown. He is survive by his beloved wife of 17 years; two brothers: Randy J. Martz of rural Hollidaysburg and Barry F. (Vicky) Martz of Altoona; and his pet dog, Socks. Ed was a 1977 graduate of...

  • William E. Clark

    Apr 22, 2021

    William Edward Clark, 82, of rural Williamsburg, passed away Thursday afternoon, April 15, 2021, at his home. He was born Jan. 6, 1939, in Allenport, Huntingdon County, son of the late Lewis B. and Lettie L. (Kline) Clark. He married Charlotte M. Hostetler May 11, 1970, in Hollidaysburg. He is survived by his beloved wife of 50 years; a daughter, Brenda S. Grove (Randall) of Huntingdon; three sons: Brian E. (Colleen) Clark of Huntingdon, William B. (Ronna) Clark and Edward M. (Julie) Clark both...

  • Josette A. Frye

    Apr 22, 2021

    Josette Ann Frye, 65, of Martinsburg, passed away late Friday, April 16, 2021, at UPMC Altoona. She was born May 23, 1955, in Roaring Spring, daughter of the late George P. and Esther E. (Oakes) Replogle. She is survived by her longtime companion, Lawrence P. Graper of Martinsburg; two daughters: Angela K. Maldonado of Roaring Spring and Ashley L. Russell (Dusty) of Martinsburg; two sons: Michael R. (Candi) Frye of Bedford and Matthew P. Frye of Roaring Spring; seven grandchildren: Natalie...

  • Allen G. Clapper

    Apr 22, 2021

    Allen G. Clapper, born Jan. 26th, 1954, to Melvin and Patricia Clapper of Roaring Spring, passed away on the morning of April 4, 2021, at Blake Medical Center, Bradenton, Florida at the age of 67. Allen is survived by his wife, Mary; a brother and sister-in-law, Rodney & Deanna Clapper; a sister, Wanda Black; step grandchildren: Joshua Hicks, Kaimamela, Rayen & Benjamin Langworthy IV, Sarah, Marisol, Gunner, Titan, Tiffany and Hunter Rezin. He was a 1971 graduate of Northern Bedford County High School. Allen worked as a bookkeeper for...

  • DEP Begins 2021 Black Fly Suppression Program

    Apr 22, 2021

    The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) began its 2021 Black Fly Suppression Program the week of April 19. The program involves aerial and backpack spraying on roughly 1,700 stream miles in 35 counties of the commonwealth. “Black flies are a seasonal pest that can cause emotional stress to people seeking outdoor recreation,” said DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell. “This initiative reduces the black fly population so that Pennsylvanians and visitors can fully enjoy our natural resources.” This year, 48 rivers and streams...

  • Martinsburg Community Library's Book Sale in May

    Apr 22, 2021

    The Martinsburg Community Library’s next book sale will be on Thursday, May 27 from 1 to 8 p.m., Friday, May 28, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and Saturday, May 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The sale will be held in a cattle barn in the Morrisons Cove Memorial Park. The sale will be held rain or shine. Hundreds of books have been donated for the book sale including children’s, young adult, adult fiction and non-fiction. Large print books will also be for sale. The Martinsburg Library counts on proceeds from the book sales to augment their budget eve...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 22, 2021

    To the Editor: We had such a great response from the community to the Helping Appvion Employees fundraiser on Saturday, April 3. We were able to give not only unlimited food to those who signed up, but a generous amount of gift cards as well. There was so much food, in fact, that we ended up donating to both the food porch at Trinity Methodist church and to the Roaring Spring food pantry after all of the employees got what they could use. Melissa at the Helping Appvion Employees Facebook page...

  • Letters to the Editor

    Apr 22, 2021

    To the Editor: Earth Day is celebrated on April 22, 2021. It is an annual event in 193 countries globally whose main focus is environmental protection. Today, as the environmental crises deepens and we focus less and less on how to live in the natural world, it is important for citizens to learn more about how to live meaningfully and purposefully. The theme for Earth Day 2021 is “Restore Our Earth.” Some of the main concerns today are air and water pollution, protecting the ozone layer, endangered species, organic food, oil spills, clean ene...

  • Other Voices

    GEORGE DEMPSIE, For the Herald|Apr 22, 2021

    When I was 5 years old, in June of 1967, we got a new addition to our family. Not a new brother or sister, but our first dog. To an only child, it was like having a new sibling. The puppy was part Chihuahua and part rat terrier. It was so little that he easily fit into the palms of my dad’s hands. With his light tan coat, large ears, and big, soft brown eyes, he looked like a fawn as I held him close and christened him “Tiny.” Tiny and I became practically inseparable. I developed a separation anxiety and was afraid he would run away. It was a...

  • Books to Borrow Martinsburg Public Library Recommends

    Apr 22, 2021

    Readers of WWII history will enjoy Kate Quinn's new novel, "The Rose Code." It is a fascinating look at the lives and loves of three young women in wartime England and the important work of the Code Breakers of Bletchley Park. Historians believe that the Code Breakers of Bletchley Park successfully helped the Allied war efforts by cracking the German Enigma machine. The three protagonists in this story could not be more dissimilar in their backgrounds. Osla is a privileged debutante with close...

  • 125 Years Ago

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald of April 23, 1896 Dr. Nason of Titusville was reported to be located at the Park Hotel and to be “fitting it up in excellent style as a sanitarium, where the invalid can find a pleasant home with the delightful surroundings and benefit under the doctor’s skillful treatment.” Charles P. Ashcom pf Pittsburgh, a native of Martinsburg, reported that he is rounding up a delegation of 50 former Blair County residents in the Smoky City to attend the June jubilee marking the 50th anniversary of the formation of Blair County. The celeb...

  • 50 Years Ago

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald of April 22, 1971 The United States Postal Service agreed to change its plans for a new postal facility in Martinsburg. The new facility was to be located at the square instead of the corner of Wall and Allegheny streets. The Williamsburg Post Office was selected to be the “first day of issue” center for two stamps being printed by the U.S. Envelop Co. In Williamsburg. The Spring Cove School Board tentatively approved a three-mill tax hike in the district. The board’s proposed budget had gone up $110,000 since the previous year. A fire...

  • 100 Years Ago

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald of April 22, 1921 The remains of Robert F. Sollenberger, one of the first World War I servicemen called from the Williamsburg area, arrived for burial in home territory. While on patrol duty less than three months after his arrival in France, he was killed by flying shrapnel on Aug.4, 1918. The Bonner-Sollenberger Legion post turned out in body at services for their comrade in the Williamsburg Church of the Brethren and burial in the Sparr Cemetery. Undertaker C.L. Maneval, assistant to J.P. Rearick for some time, relocated to an...

  • 25 Years Ago

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald of April 18, 1996 Roaring Spring native Mark Raugh, who held several pass-receiving records at West Virginia University, was inducted into the Blair County Sports Hall of Fame. Alice Hoover, a longtime volunteer at Memorial Park, was awarded the Martinsburg Booster Association’s 1996 Distinguished Service Award. Kenneth Huntsman, director of system programming for America Online, was inducted into Northern Bedford High School’s Alumni Hall of Fame. He graduated from Northern Bedford in 1970. Mrs. Audrey Querry, first vice president; and...

  • 75 Years Ago

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald of April 25, 1946 A $20,000 renovation program was launched at Nason Hospital, founded 50 years earlier as a sanitarium by Dr. Albert Nason. A sprinkler fire protection system was to be installed and the boiler and heating plant were to be removed from the main building. New lighting fixtures and sound-absorbent ceilings were to be installed in the corridors. Ivan E. Garber, president of the hospital board, noted that the hospital was in better condition than at any time in its earlier history. Catherine Pote Cowan, 86, of the Woodbury...

  • 10 Years Ago

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald of April 21, 2011 With one dissenting vote, the directors of the Williamsburg Community School District voted to furlough eight teachers and two staff members. About 45 teachers and staff members attended the meeting and seven teachers addressed the school board before the vote. Furloughs in the Spring Cove School District are not yet official, but the school board Monday night moved one step closer to the money-saving job cuts by agreeing to notify the Pennsylvania Department of Education of the changes it may make. Proposed changes in...

  • Roaring Spring Community Library Activities for May 2021

    Apr 22, 2021

    Roaring Spring Community Library’s Be Creative! Summer Art Camp & Harry Potter STEM Camp will be held in person at Friendship Fire Hall 808 E. Main St., Roaring Spring, PA. All CDC Guidelines will be followed. Pre-registration for the summer programming is now open. Those interested must be pre-registered to attend. Summer programs are sponsored by the Borough of Roaring Spring. Be Creative! Summer Art Camp will be held at 5:30 p.m. each of the following days: June 10 - Design Your Own Face Mask June 17 - Sand Art June 24 - Design a Flower P...

  • Public Notices

    Apr 22, 2021

    Notice is hereby given that Letters of Testamentary have been granted by the Register of Wills of Blair County, Pennsylvania, upon the Estate of Kenneth Paul Smith, late of Martinsburg, Blair County, PA, deceased. All persons indebted to the estate are requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the estate shall present them without delay to Co-Executors Deb Wyles 319 Ayers Lane Martinsburg, PA 16662 and Brian Smith 529 21st Ave. Altoona, PA 16601 Attorney Kathy J. Mauk, Esq. Evey Black Attorneys LLC. 902 E. Main... Full story

  • Southern Cove Fire Co. Hosts Dinner to Help Friendship Pay for Boiler

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Apr 22, 2021

    An already difficult year for fundraisers due to the COVID-19 pandemic got worse for the Friendship Volunteer Fire Company when the boiler system that heats the building and water went down, forcing the cancellation of the monthly dinners, costing the fire company nearly $3,000 a month in revenue. Shaina Musselman, fire company president, said the fire hall has three boilers that heat the building and the water. Last fall the boilers began to fail and by January, they were down to one boiler. Not wanting to put a strain on the remaining boiler,...

  • Spring Cove School District Receives PAsmart Grant

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Correspondent|Apr 22, 2021

    The Spring Cove School District Board of Directors regular meeting was held Monday, April 19, in the administrative office board room with all visitors participating virtually. Last week, the Spring Cove District was awarded the PAsmart Grant for $500,000 for the second consecutive time. Spring Cove was one of only 26 entities to be funded, with only six receiving the maximum $500,000. Of the 26 funded entities, only six were school districts. For Spring Cove, the new supplies will allow the district to implement the full Project Lead The Way...

  • Pennsylvania Agriculture Officials Launch Farmer Grant Program

    NATALIE KAPUSTIK, The Center Square|Apr 22, 2021

    The Pa. Department of Agriculture has launched a grant program to help the state’s farmers with projects. “Pennsylvania’s more than 53,000 farms are the backbone of our reliable food system,” Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding said. “They are the heart of Pennsylvania, just like this $1 million Farm Vitality Grant Program is the heart of the Pennsylvania Farm Bill. Pennsylvania’s farm families need sound business plans, because their success is success for all of Pennsylvania.” The 2020-21 Farm Vitality Grant Program will help farmers fund...

  • The Smoky Pig Restaurant Moves to Martinsburg

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Apr 22, 2021

    Martinsburg has gained a new eatery with the Smoky Pig's move from McKee to its current location at 301 N. Market Alley. The Smoky Pig's origins can be traced to 2003, when Derrick and Dessie Carpenter, owners of Dn'D Family Farms, began setting up at farmers markets and fairs where they sold products such as soaps and lotions made from their own herd of dairy goats. They soon added hot foods and started a catering business, and in 2018, realized a dream of opening a place in the Cove where...

  • Herald Names Anna Baughman as Editor

    ANNA BAUGHMAN, Editor|Apr 22, 2021

    The only thing I ever wanted to be was an editor. That is not to imply that I've always wanted to be an editor. I pretty much went from "I don't know what I want to do at all" to "I want to major in English, but I don't know what I'll do with that." But the question most often asked when one finds out that you're pursuing a degree in English is "what do you want to do with THAT?" I figured out fairly early on in my college career at St. Francis University that answering "I'm not sure yet" is met...

  • AgChoice: Land Appraisal 101

    ASHLEY HICKS, AgChoice Farm Credit|Apr 22, 2021

    This month, Nick Pease, chief appraiser with AgChoice Farm Credit, discusses appraisals and their role in the land buying process. Why are appraisals important and why are they needed for a loan? By definition, an appraisal is an opinion of value that is credible and worthy of belief. Appraisals are completed by a state-certified appraiser, either generally- or residentially-certified, who fulfill the proper certification requirements set by the state and appraisal qualifications board. Appraisals are most commonly used for mortgage lending,...

  • Paving Work Around Canoe Creek Began 4/19

    Apr 22, 2021

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced April 16 that Grannas Bros. Stone and Asphalt Co. Inc. of Hollidaysburg will begin night work on a portion of the nine-mile resurfacing project that will resurface various locations between Canoe Creek and Duncansville in Allegheny, Blair and Frankstown townships and Duncansville and Hollidaysburg boroughs. Beginning Monday, April 19, the contractor will begin night work to complete milling and paving work between the hours of 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. This work will take place from 6th...

  • Martinsburg Man Accused of Inappropriate Contact with Minor

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Apr 22, 2021

    A Martinsburg man who has been registered as a Tier 1 sex offender since 2014 has been arrested and charged with inappropriately touching a 6-year-old girl. Martinsburg Borough Police filed a felony count of corruption of minors and a misdemeanor count of indecent assault of a person less than 13 years of age against Caleb M. Runkle, 30, after investigating the victim’s claim that Runkle touched her in her private area. The investigation began in November after police were contacted after the victim told her mother that Runkle had rubbed her pr...

  • White House Report Grades Pa. Infrastructure C-

    CHRISTEN SMITH, The Center Square|Apr 22, 2021

    A White House report rates Pennsylvania's infrastructure at a C-minus after decades of "systemic" underfunding. The analysis concludes that "historic" levels of investment via the American Jobs Plan will fix the state's more than 3,300 deficient bridges and 7,500 miles of crumbling roads that the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation lacks resources to address. PennDOT's funding woes remain a perennial problem for the General Assembly as it strategizes ways to close the agency's $9.3...

  • Deadline To Register to Vote in May 18 Primary Nears

    Apr 22, 2021

    Acting Secretary of State Veronica W. Degraffenreid on April 19 reminded eligible Pennsylvanians that the deadline to register to vote in the May 18 primary is just two weeks away. Voting by mail in the upcoming election remains extremely popular with voters. More than 638,000 Pennsylvanians already have applied for a mail-in ballot and more than 25,000 Pennsylvanians have applied for an absentee ballot. Mail in and absentee ballot application forms must be received by your county election board by 5 p.m. on May 11, 2021. “I encourage all e...

  • Democrats of the Cove Donate to Local Charity

    Apr 22, 2021

    Members of the Democrats of the Cove recently purchased and donated Sheetz gift cards for the local charity Easter for Eli. Member Carlton Blanchard represented the group and dropped the gift cards off at Long's Outpost. The group is planning to help with a community service project at Acorn Cove at Martinsburg Park. This project will take place on May 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m....

  • Hollidaysburg's First 'Third in the 'Burg' Features Creative Shops

    JILL BRUBAKER-REIGH, Hollidaysburg Correspondent|Apr 22, 2021

    Springtime greetings from Hollidaysburg to all of you wonderful Morrisons Cove Herald readers! It is so great to be back at my post as a Hollidaysburg correspondent for the Herald and the Hollidaysburg Herald. COVID-19 precautions certainly continue, but being fully vaccinated (I am a card carrying member of the Pfizer fun club!), I can finally resume reporting to you about all the great events happening in the 'Burg. Friday, April 16, was the first Third in the Burg event for 2021. Though the w...

  • Pennsylvania Game Commission Releases 2020-21 Deer Harvest Report

    Apr 22, 2021

    Pennsylvania hunters followed up 2019-20 hunting seasons’ highest overall deer harvest in 15 years by topping it when they took an estimated 435,180 deer in the 2020-21 hunting seasons, which closed in January, the Pennsylvania Game Commission reported. The 2020-21 estimated deer harvest topped the previous license year’s harvest of 389,431 by about 12 percent. Since 1993, Pa. hunters have harvested more than 400,000 deer in a license year 10 times. Twice during that period, deer harvests exceeded 500,000, first in 2000 and then again in 200...

  • Young Lions

    Apr 22, 2021

    Both the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) and the Pennsylvania Game Commission (PGC) have tried to come up with ways to attract young people to fishing and hunting. The commissions have developed numerous youth sporting days to give young people extra chances to enjoy fishing and hunting. Of these, I think the Mentored Youth Trout Fishing Day has been the most successful. Though these mentored days provide young people with enjoyable outdoor experiences, it is unlikely that they...

  • Cove Sports Roundup and Cancellations

    Apr 22, 2021

    Editor’s Note: The Herald is in transition from former Editor Brian Hess to new Editor Anna Baughman. Please bear with us as our new editor learns her job. If you have any suggestions or ideas for how the Herald can improve its sports coverage, we’d like to hear from you. Please send an email to sports@mcheraldonline.com or call Anna at (814) 793-2144. Thank you for your patience during the transition. Note: The sports events below are published as they were received by the Herald. Central v. Penn Cambria Penn Cambria 5, Central 8 Central: M H...

  • Circle Trap Works To Destroy Spotted Lanternflies

    Apr 22, 2021

    With spotted lanternfly egg-hatch season looming, homeowners in many Pennsylvania communities are bracing themselves for the arrival of the troublemaker and its never-ending appetite for the sap of grapevines, hardwoods and ornamentals. The pest has made inroads into Cambria, Cameron, Franklin, Lackawanna, Montour, Pike, Wayne and Westmoreland counties, prompting the state Department of Agriculture to expand its spotted lanternfly quarantine zone to 34 counties. So this might be the most...

  • Old Order Mennonite Memoirs

    Apr 22, 2021

    Old Order Mennonite Memoirs for April 15, 2021 Editor's Note: The Herald incorrectly published a previously published Old Order Mennonite Memoir column in the April 15 edition. This column is the one that should have been published in the April 15 edition. Following this column is a new column for April 22, 2021. The error was the Herald's, and we apologize. However, we figure that very few Herald readers would object to having extra Roseann Zimmerman to enjoy. * * * The sound of spring peeper...

  • Country Store Tour Offers Furniture, Pottery, Candles, Flowers and More

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Apr 22, 2021

    The Spring Country Store Tour was held April 15-17. The event was socially distanced. Roots in the Cove featured many gift ideas including flags, gnomes and landscaping items. The Village Closet & Country Store now features a large boutique with clothing and shoes, along with a new toy department. Allen and Eugene Garman also have wooden furniture for purchase in the store. The Village Closet & Country Store featured two main attractions for the Spring Country Store Tour. Joan Bush, who resides...

  • Despite Cancellations This Year, Pa. Farm Show Complex 'Doing Ok'

    DAVE FIDLIN, The Center Square|Apr 22, 2021

    While the revenue-generating events schedule within the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center was nixed this past year, the Harrisburg-based venue remains on a solid financial footing, a state official reported recently. The vitality of the 24-acre complex, long viewed as a sign of Pennsylvania’s largest industry, has come into question on multiple occasions this spring as lawmakers have been meeting with head staffers within the state’s various agencies. In an average year, the Farm Show Complex hosts more than 80 events, ranging fro...

  • From the 'Burg To Your Kitchen

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Apr 22, 2021

    In last week’s edition, I gave my special recipe for Strawberry Poke Cake. Well, it got me thinking about cake – and the ease of dump cakes! These are my go-to when I need something tasty but fast, so I decided to share two recipes with you this week that are some of my family’s absolute favorites! Peach Cobbler Dump Cake Ingredients: 2 cans (15 oz. each) sliced peaches in extra light syrup 2 tbsp. brown sugar 1 tsp. ground cinnamon 1 package yellow cake mix ¾ cup sliced almonds ½ cup cold butter Directions: Preheat oven to 350 degrees...

  • Catharine Township Needs Revenue, Auditor States

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Apr 22, 2021

    Catharine Township Auditor Daryl Cole presented the annual financial report conducted by the auditors during the Thursday, April 15, township meeting. Cole said the audit was accepted by the state. He stated his opinion that the township needs revenue, and there had been no millage increase in the township since 1986. Vice Chairman Ken Brenneman discussed the idea of raising the wage tax to garner some funding for the township. In an update for the Act 537 plan, Brenneman said that money has been set aside and Keller Engineers of Hollidaysburg...

  • Reminder: Personal Income Tax Filing Deadline for PA is May

    Apr 22, 2021

    The Department of Revenue is reminding the public that the deadline for filing 2020 Pennsylvania personal income tax returns and making final 2020 income tax payments is May 17, 2021. The personal income tax filing deadline was originally set for today, April 15, 2021, but the department in mid-March announced an extension to May 17, 2021, to provide taxpayers with additional time. This followed an announcement from the Internal Revenue Service, which also extended the federal income tax filing deadline to May 17, 2021. “We want to make sure t...

  • What's the Word in Williamsburg

    Apr 22, 2021

    Spring Craft Show Extravaganza On May 8, 2021, the Williamsburg Farm Show will be hosting its annual Spring Craft Show Extravaganza at the Farm Show grounds from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Over 70 craft and specialty vendors will participate along with the famous Ladies Auxiliary Taco Salads and food trucks from around the area. Blair County Antique Auto Car Club will also have a cruise-in during that time. Slingers’ Throw House will set up a mobile axe throwing lane....

  • National Gas Price Averages At $2.86

    Apr 22, 2021

    Despite gasoline demand mostly increasing this month, the national gas price average has seen little movement, fluctuating up or down by only a penny to $2.86 or $2.87. In fact, 10 of the past 12 days saw a steady hold at $2.86 despite demand reaching its highest measurement—8.9 million b/d for the week ending April 9—in more than a year. “Refinery utilization is nearly back to pre-pandemic levels, and with gasoline stocks seeing builds in the last month amid lower crude oil prices, motorists have benefited from mostly flat gas price...

  • Huntingdon Cafe Struggles to Recover After COVID

    EMILY LOOSE, For the Herald|Apr 22, 2021

    The COVID-19 pandemic may be easing up, but businesses are still facing many obstacles. This has been no different for Jessica Shultz. Though she may now live in Huntingdon, for years Shultz was a member of the Williamsburg community where she raised three daughters. Now, with husband Darin, Shultz runs the Wildflower Cafe that sees customers both from Huntingdon and from the Cove area. The cafe is known for its homemade baked goods and many specials. Within the cafe is also The Goodnight Moon...

  • Spring Time means Soccer Time

    Apr 22, 2021

    Herald Composing Manager Dessie Carpenter captured the AYSO U6 division soccer players on the pitch at Northern Bedford Elementary School on Monday, April 19. The weather was excellent for a soccer game, but AccuWeather.com warns that colder weather, winds and rain are likely this week, with warmer weather not arriving until Friday....

  • Clarification

    Apr 22, 2021

    The Southern Cove Power Reunion article by Judith Ott published on Page A-1 in the April 8, 2021, edition of the Morrisons Cove Herald may have been confusing to readers. Auctioneer Mark Wisecarver rented the grounds for his auction from the Power Reunion group. He profited from the sale. However, rent that he paid goes towards the Power Reunion funds. Also, the power reunion was able to sell food at the auction and the funds from the sale benefited the group. Note: The Herald wants to get it right, so we publish clarifications and corrections...

  • Perfect Day for a Walk

    Apr 22, 2021

    Vickie Russell of Saxton, and her "grand puppy" Ali, a 4-year-old border collie, enjoy an afternoon walk at Memorial Park in Martinsburg on Monday, April 19. Vickie said she dog-sits for Ali while her owners, Joel and Jacklyn Bookhammer of Woodbury, are at work....

  • Brady Clark of Northern Bedford High School Commits to Stevens Technical College

    Apr 22, 2021

    Brady Clark will continue his football career at Stevens Technical College. Shown are (from left, front row): Marl Clark Jr., Brady Clark, Shelia Clark; (back row, from left): Head Football Coach Garry Black, Athletic Director Jeff Batzel....

  • Caleb Diehl of Northern Bedford High School Commits to Pennsylvania College of Technology

    Apr 22, 2021

    Caleb Diehl will continue his basketball career at Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport. Shown are (from left): mother Melissa, Caleb and father Mike Diehl....

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