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  • Wolf Administration Warns Against Charity Scams

    Dec 9, 2021

    With so many people donating to charities this time of year, the Pennsylvania Department of Banking and Securities (DoBS) and Pennsylvania Department of State (DOS) are offering tips to help consumers make sure their contributions are going to legitimate charitable organizations. Consumers can protect their contributions and prevent becoming a victim by learning how to identify a charity scam. Red Flags of Charity Scams: 1. Similar Sounding Name: Scammers often use names that sound similar to legitimate charities to intentionally create confusi...

  • St. John's Reformed Church To Present Christmas Musical

    Dec 9, 2021

    St. John’s Reformed Church of Loysburg has invited the public to a performance by its adult choir of a Christmas musical arranged by Mosie Lister called “Celebrate Jesus — Our Redeemer, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.” It will be presented at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 19, in the sanctuary, 6198 Woodbury Pike, Loysburg. These tidings of joy will be sung by choir members Mava Cottle, Beverly Smith, Peggy Ritchey, Deb Bowser, Beth Clark, Marsie Albright, Tina Gojeski, Peg Wachter, Pastor Dave Meckley, David Snyder, Brad Ga...

  • Martinsburg Christmas Parade

    Dec 9, 2021

    The parade, held on Dec. 4, started at Martinsburg Elementary School and ended at Morrisons Cove Memorial Park....

  • Nason Celebrates 2,000th Cardiac Catheterization Lab Case in Roaring Spring

    Dec 9, 2021

    Last week, Conemaugh Nason Medical Center celebrated its 2,000th case in the facility's cardiac catheterization (cath) laboratory. Dr. Tarun Tandon, who joined Conemaugh Nason and Cardiology Associates of Altoona in August, performed the procedure on Patrick Long of Roaring Spring on December 2. Less than three years since opening its doors on January 15, 2019, the 2,400 square-foot lab continues to offer life-saving care to cardiac patients at a convenient location close to home. "Urgency is...

  • Birth Announcements

    Dec 9, 2021

    heyanne (Patterson) & Matt Fox of Martinsburg welcomed their second child, Boaz James Fox, at 8:44 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021, at UPMC Altoona. The infant weighed 9.2 pounds and was 21 and a half inches in length at birth. Boaz has one brother: Abraham, 2. Maternal grandparents are Scott & Bonnie Patterson of Williamsburg. Paternal grandparents are Tom Hickey & Deb Fox of Martinsburg. Maternal great-grandmother is Lorna Patterson of Huntingdon. Paternal great-grandmother is Shirley Suckling of Martinsburg. Great-grandparent of the infant...

  • Central Names Rotary Student of the Month

    Dec 9, 2021

    DECEMBER Joshua Waite • Parents: Phil and Julie Waite • Roaring Spring • School Activities: Concert Band, National Honor Society, Varsity Football, American History Club • Hobbies/Interests: Weight lifting, air soft, watching TV, spending time with family & friends • Honors/Awards Received: Captain of the football team, 2020 Football's Outstanding Offensive Lineman of the Year, District Band, District Chorus, 2nd Team All State Right Guard, High Honor Roll every quarter in high school • Favor...

  • Northern Bedford Middle School Announces Students of the Month for November

    Dec 9, 2021

    Northern Bedford Middle School's October Students of the Month are as follows (from left): Grade 8 – Halle Baker, daughter of Mark & Misty Baker Brandon Reynolds, son of Arthur & Erika Reynolds Grade 7 – Benjamin Cottle, son of Michael & Ashley Cottle Kitt Reininger, daughter of Brody & Abby Reininger Grade 6 – Brett Cottle, son of Michael & Ashley Cottle Tiffany Scott, daughter of Kecia Scott...

  • Brumbaugh-Antol Engagement

    Dec 9, 2021

    Melody and Douglas Brumbaugh of Little River, South Carolina (formerly of New Enterprise) and Kenneth and Sue Antol of Pittsburgh announce the upcoming wedding of their children, Jocelyn Nicole Brumbaugh and Drew Bernard Antol. Drew was born and raised in West Mifflin. He attended Community College of Allegheny County, earning his emergency medical technician certification. Drew currently works at Medical Rescue Team South, where he's been an EMT for two years. Jocelyn was born and raised in...

  • -From the 'Burg to Your Kitchen-

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    When I ask these questions on Facebook, I typically get a lot of responses and I read down through them before picking who gets to be in the column. One cookie response caught my eye from Lori Brubaker who said about cream cheese sugar cookies that her grandmother used to make. Thus, inspiring my column for this week – cookie recipes! Here are two delicious cookie recipes that are sure to tickle your sweet tooth! Cream Cheese Sugar Cookies Ingredients: 2 1/2 cups flour 1 tsp. baking powder 1/2 tsp. baking soda 1/2 tsp. salt 1 1/2 cups sugar 1...

  • Ask the Williamsburgers

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    This weekend, along with attending the Christmas festivities in Williamsburg, I will be preparing all of my cookie dough for the upcoming baking season. This past weekend, I discussed with my family the types of cookies they were wanting for this year, and well, more than a lot of varieties came up in the conversation. This inspired my question for the week – what is your favorite Christmas cookie? Here is what a few residents had to say: James Flaig: Grandma Harbaugh’s sugar cookies Pamela Stock: Pinwheels date nut Virginia Kelly: Skillet coo...

  • Woodbury Raises Millage to 0.739

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    The millage for Woodbury Township was raised during the December meeting on Dec. 2. The millage went from 0.671 to 0.739, which is about an increase of $7 on a $100,000 property. Craig Hamilton made the motion with Ed Clark seconding, and the motion passed. Ed Clark made a motion to approve the 2022 budget as presented. Craig Hamilton seconded, and the motion passed. Supervisors set their annual reorganizational meeting for Monday, Jan. 3, at 5:30 p.m., with the auditors’ meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 4, at 7 p.m. If you are interested in being a...

  • Borough Votes Spur To Apply For Funding

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    SPUR owners Mike Biddle and Jordan Greaser attended the Dec. 6 Williamsburg Borough Council meeting to present two grant opportunities for the borough. One grant was from DCNR with regard to the acreage by the Cenveo property for planning. This grant would fund a consultant who would prepare a document on ideas on what to do with property. In past discussions, it was suggested to the borough to hire a consultant. “We need to pinpoint what we really want to do,” Mayor Ted Hyle explained to borough. The second grant through the USDA would be a f...

  • Library's Tree Lets Patrons Buy Books To Donate

    EMILY LOOSE, For the Herald|Dec 9, 2021

    Patrons have the chance to choose the books that a library receives this holiday season. The Williamsburg Public Library has its Book Wish Tree up for 2021, giving way for patrons to help donate books to the library. The tree was first utilized around 2008 when the state cut library funding, making it more difficult for them to purchase books. According to librarian Jennifer Hoffman, the process of the tree helps make donations easy. “The ornaments on the tree contain names of books the library wants,” she said. “Each year, patrons can choos...

  • Christmas Festivities Slated for Saturday

    NATALIE GORSUCH, Williamsburg Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    On Saturday, Dec. 11, Williamsburg will be having its annual Christmas Parade headlined by a visit from the star himself, Santa Claus. The lineup will begin at 1 p.m. at the Williamsburg Elementary School. The parade route is as follows: start at elementary school, head up Sage Hill Drive, right on Taylor Street, right on West 1st Street, right on Plum Street, left on West 2nd Street, left onto High Street, left onto Riverside Drive and end at Riverside Park. Santa will be at the park to meet...

  • Woodbury Borough Sees Mayor Applicant

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    On Dec. 6, Woodbury Borough held its last meeting for 2021. All members were in attendance, and Jordan Pabon, resident of Woodbury, was there to observe the meeting. No mayor report was given due to the vacancy in the mayor position. Jordan Pabon will apply to be Woodbury mayor starting January 2022. Jeremy Hershberger will replace Ken Ott as the president of Woodbury Township and overseer of Woodbury Area Community Center. This position will start on Jan. 1. After an ongoing debate over the...

  • The Love Story of Potter Creek Part 1

    DORIS DIBERT, For the Herald|Dec 9, 2021

    In addition to the Benjamin Lyons family of Salemville, there was another colored family living a short distance away whose story somehow entwines with the family name of Lyons. The Robert R. Love family lived not far from New Enterprise in Bloomfield township near Maria. The headline of his obituary, printed in 1920 in the Altoona Tribune reads, “Ex-Slave Dies Aged 103 Years,” and tells the amazing story of his coming to Morrisons Cove. Robert R. Love was born Dec. 20, 1816, of slave parents, George Love and Dollie Wans near Culpepper Cou...

  • PennDOT Releases District 9 Construction Season Results

    Dec 9, 2021

    The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced the many highway improvements that took place across PennDOT District 9 during the 2021 construction season, in Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset counties. Overall highlights in the 2021 construction season for District 9 (Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Fulton, Huntingdon, and Somerset counties) included: • approximately 92 miles of paving; • approximately 41 bridges were repaired or replaced; and • approximately 378 miles of roadway were seal coated. Dis...

  • The Herald Makes Journey to Montana

    Dec 9, 2021

    While visiting with relatives and hunting in Montana, Steve Walk of Cove Lane Road, Roaring Spring, takes a break in Bozeman displaying a copy of the Morrisons Cove Herald. The Herald goes everywhere....

  • WISE Women of Blair County Award Fall 2021 Scholarships

    Dec 9, 2021

    WISE Women of Blair County is pleased to announce the scholarship recipients for the Fall 2021 term. These scholarships are available to women residents of Blair County 21 years of age and older who have overcome adversity or discrimination in their lives and are pursuing post-secondary education. A total of $10,000 was awarded to the following three women: Annette McGahan, who is a student in the Associates degree program for Medical Billing and Coding at Pennsylvania Highlands Community College; Alicia Williams, who is a student in the...

  • Hollidaysburg Herald Closing Down Jan. 1

    Dec 9, 2021

    The Morrisons Cove Herald has announced that the Hollidaysburg Herald news website will be closing down on Jan. 1, 2022, according to Herald Editor Anna Baughman. “We just couldn’t get the advertiser and subscriber support that we were hoping for,” she said. “However, this does not mean goodbye forever. The Morrisons Cove Herald print edition will feature a Hollidaysburg Herald Page in the last edition of each month.” Editor Baughman said that the Herald hopes that by providing Hollidaysburg news in print, more advertisers and subscribe...

  • Congratulations to Central and Northern Bedford County Football Teams in 2021

    Dec 9, 2021

  • Stillhunting

    Dec 9, 2021

    A couple years ago, my friend Brady Appleman had tagged a fine buck that he downed while sitting in a nice treestand. It was a buck to be proud of. That evening, my son, Bob, and Brady were discussing their successes. Bob had also tagged a fine buck that day. Unlike Brady, Bob had not shot the deer from a treestand or while watching a deer crossing. He had pussyfooted through the woods until he had spotted the fine buck. He then steadied his 30.06 on a tree and shot the buck. A couple days...

  • Morrisons Cove Memorial Park Updated Bowling Scores

    Dec 9, 2021

    Huntsman Bowling Center Morrisons Cove Memorial Park – Dec. 3, 2021 – Leader Board Men GAME Adam Hetrick 279 Mike Burns 279 Joe Over 267 SERIES Mike Burns 718 Adam Hetrick 702 Joe Over 692 Women GAME Liz Rhodes 265 Michelle Watson 225 Crystal Burns 223 SERIES Liz Rhodes 616 Crystal Burns 610 Michelle Watson 604 High Game Men Dave Shadle 247 Jordan Smith 242 Adam Hetrick 238 Women Crystal Burns 214 Wendy Guyer 203 Darlene Oakes 200 High Series Men Adam Hetrick 681 Joe Over 674 Mike Burns 648 Women Crystal Burns 569 Wendy Guyer 524 Tammy Ogg 523...

  • Dragons Finish Outstanding Season with a Fight

    BRADY ALBRIGHT, Student Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    After the Dragons performance throughout the season, they finally met their match against the Central Valley Warriors last Friday. The Dragons played a fantastic game, yet came up short with a 35-21 loss. The Dragons began their game on the defensive, but a fumble recovery by Josh Waite quickly turned the tides. The Dragons worked their way down the field, leading to a six-yard reception by Hunter Smith to take an early lead. Although Central took an early lead in the first quarter, they couldn'...

  • Beekeepers to Meet in Blair County

    Dec 9, 2021

    The Cambria-Clearfield-Blair County Beekeepers will meet in Blair County on Sunday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. at the Lighthouse in Altoona. This is the Christmas social. Those attended are asked to bring a dish to share and a small gift for bee bingo. No fee will be charged. Those attending need not be a beekeeper. For more information, please call (814) 472-7637 or email pigeonflyr@verizon.net....

  • Nominations for Claysburg Hall Of Fame Due This Month

    Dec 9, 2021

    The people selected will be inducted into the Claysburg Hall of Fame in April, 2022. The people that you are recommending can be from any walk of life from military, professional, government, sports, education, general laborers or any other field. Nomination forms are only four pages and easy to complete. If you do not know all the information, complete the parts that you do know. Forms and other info are available at Claysburg Area Library or online at www.claysburg.us/hall-of-fame.html...

  • Bedford County 'Historian of the Year' Nominations Open

    Dec 9, 2021

    The Bedford County Historical Society is seeking nominations for “Historian of the Year” for 2021. The nominee will be honored at the Annual Banquet on Saturday, April 23, 2022, held at the Hall at Kinton’s Knob. CRITERIA: Any Resident/Group/Citizen of Bedford County or Member of the Historical Society of Bedford County. QUALIFICATIONS: Involved in the past year (2021) with the history of Bedford County through research, restoration, writing, collection, preservation, etc. This may be a cumulative work over a period of years, but it needs...

  • Kettle Donations Help the Needy

    Dec 9, 2021

    The Martinsburg Service Unit of The Salvation Army is beginning another year of assisting families and individuals. The annual kettle drive is officially under way. Remington LaRae, 2 1/2, daughter of Mike of Duncansville and Rachael of East Freedom, rang the bell with her grandmother, Barbara Dewitt, for the Salvation Army at C&S Market. Dewitt says Remington "had a blast" and was saying "Merry Christmas" to everyone. According to Suzanne McNally, human services secretary, the funds will be...

  • Home for the Holidays at Homewood

    LUGENE SHELLY, For the Herald|Dec 9, 2021

    On the evening of Dec. 3, the residents of Homewood at Martinsburg and their guests were treated to a Christmas concert by the Altoona Symphony Orchestra called Home for the Holidays. The live presentation was held in the Givler Cultural Center on the Homewood at Martinsburg campus and broadcast throughout the facility via Homewood’s in house closed circuit video system. The program was sponsored by Allan and Judy Hancock. Mr. Hancock, a board member of Homewood at Martinsburg, kicked off the program by welcoming everyone in the audience. He g...

  • Martinsburg Church of God Giving Trees Away This Weekend

    ANNA BAUGHMAN, Editor|Dec 9, 2021

    On Dec. 11, Martinsburg Church of God will be hosting a Christmas tree giveaway. This event is the fourth of its kind; the first two were held at Woodbury Church of God and the third at Martinsburg. The trees will come from Brush Creek Evergreens in Breezewood, who “help out with the price,” according to Jim Shaffer, pastor of Martinsburg Church of God. Aside from the trees donated by the church itself, local businesses have stepped in to contribute. These businesses include: • Ritchey’s Dairy • Martinsburg Pizza • Morrisons Cove Herald • Roa...

  • Assault Lands Freedom Twp. Man Behind Bars

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Dec 9, 2021

    A Duncansville man is facing charges after police said he assaulted a Freedom Township man who hired him to do carpentry work in his home. According to Freedom Township police, on Nov. 21, Samuel J. Lloyd, 26, was doing work inside the home on Anderson Lane, Freedom Township, when he suddenly began to “flip out.” The victim told police that Lloyd began to punch holes and rip out drywall that he had just installed. Police said the victim and Lloyd began arguing over Lloyd’s actions when Lloyd assaulted the victim by punching him on the left side...

  • Claysburg-Kimmel Superintendent Announces Retirement This Summer

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Dec 9, 2021

    Claysburg-Kimmel School District Superintendent Darren McLaurin is retiring effective this summer. McLaurin informed the board of his decision last week, saying it was time he moves on. McLaurin was hired to take the reins at Claysburg-Kimmel in December 2017 following the retirement of Royce Ann Boyd. Prior to landing at Claysburg, McLaurin had been at the Westmont Hilltop School District for 19 years serving as a business education teacher, athletic director, assistant high school principal and principal at Westmont Hilltop Middle School. He...

  • Pa. State Superior Court Upholds Sentence of RS Woman's Killer

    RICK BOSTON, Staff Writer|Dec 9, 2021

    A Woodbury man who was originally sentenced to life in prison for his part in a 2015 murder but was resentenced twice since then after the U.S. Supreme Court decided life without parole for juvenile offenders was unconstitutional, had his most recent sentence of 50 years to life upheld by the Pennsylvania Superior Court. Deauntay D. Moye, now 23, was 16 years old when he and an accomplice, Ryan Hardwick, then 15 of Martinsburg, shot and killed 21-year-old Stephanie Waters of Roaring Spring in a...

  • M-burg Borough Council Says Goodbye To Linda Smith After 12 Years of Service

    ANNA BAUGHMAN, Editor|Dec 9, 2021

    During the last meeting of 2021, Martinsburg Borough Council thanked Councilmember Linda Smith for her 12 years of service, as Smith did not run for another term on council. Smith started on the council in 2007, when she filled in for her late husband Sheldon Smith. During her time on the council, Smith has been a leader of the revitalization committee. She assured the council that she will continue to help with the committee. She also expressed that she "has enjoyed it and will miss it." Counci...

  • SCSD Board of Directors Fills Two-Year Seat

    THOMAS SCHMITT, Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    Magisterial District Judge Andrew Blattenberger administered the oath of office to the newly elected board members: Amy Acker-Knisely, John Biddle, Charles Gojmerac and Linda Smith at the Monday, Dec. 6, reorganization meeting and regular meeting of the Spring Cove School District Board of Directors. James Butler, Brian Gahagan, Troy Wright, and Floyd Detterline remained on the board with unexpired terms. Butler was unanimously reelected president and Amy Acker-Knisely unanimously remained vice...

  • Herald Posts Photos of Central Dragons' 2021 Football Season

    Dec 9, 2021

    The Morrisons Cove Herald has opened a gallery of photos from the Central Dragons' spectacular 2021 football season. The gallery is available on the Herald's Facebook page. All photos were taken by Gary M. Baranec for the Herald. To view the photo gallery, go to the Herald's Facebook page and click on the "Photos" tab. The photos are in a gallery titled, "Central Dragons 2021 Football Highlights." The Herald's Facebook page is at https://www.facebook.com/MorrisonsCoveHerald or go to Facebook.com...

  • 2021 High School Winter Sports Rosters

    Dec 9, 2021

    Central Varsity Boys Basketball Seniors: Xander Mottern (6’2”), Tyrell Rolle (6’2”) Juniors: Seth Bean (6’), Rylan Daugherty (6’1”), Eli Lingenfelter (6’1”), Kade Rhule (5’6”), Shalen Yingling (5’11”) Sophomores: Brady Albright (6’3”), Jacob Benton (5’11”), Mark Bettwy (6’), Troy Butler (5’8”), Jack Dunn (6’2”), Nick Garver (5’9”), Zeth Kauffman (5’10”), Wyatt May (5’10”), Dylan Smith (5’9”), Hunter Smith (6’2”), Kalvin Sparks (5’11”) Freshman: Eli Muthler (6’2”) Central Varsity Girls Basketball Seniors: Leah Johnston (5’5”), Bailey Heuston...

  • Central Boys Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Paul Frederick Number of Years as Head Coach: 3rd Year League: Laurel Highlands 2020 Record: 14-5 Returning Starters/Letterwinners: Eli Lingenfelter, Hunter Smith, Seth Bean, Rylan Daugherty Newcomers: Tyrell Rolle, Xander Mottern Strengths: "We have some guys back that played a lot of varsity basketball last year. We have a reasonably versatile lineup and we have the potential to make some shots from the perimeter." Concerns: "We need to develop some depth as the season progresses."...

  • Central Girls Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Drew Ebersole Number of Years as Head Coach: Second League: Laurel Highland 2020 Record: 11-7 Returning Starters: Bailey Heuston, Leah Johnston, Kat Longenecker, Bralyn Ellis Other Returning Letterwinners: Carly Dixon, Morgan Knepp, Mackenzie Rhykerd, Elana Decker, Megan Diehl Newcomers: Taylor Stock, Marah Dickson, Lyla Imes, Dessa Boyles, Kaylee Keith Strengths: "We have a coachable group that comes in each day focused on getting better." Concerns: "Our concerns are being a...

  • Central Wresting

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: David Marko Number of Years as Head Coach: 26 League: Laurel Highland Conference 2020 Record: 0-5 Returning Starters/Letterwinners: Jaxon Matthews, Wyatt Holsinger, John Pulcine Newcomers: Thaide Mickel, Max Baker, Isaac Smith, Camdyn Winnerick Strengths: "We have a couple returning wrestlers that have experienced success in the past mixed with some new varsity guys that had a lot of success at the junior high level." Concerns: "Our numbers right now are extraordinarily low. Unless we...

  • Claysburg-Kimmel Boys Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Mike Harris Number of Years as Head Coach: 7th (12 overall; 5 at Tyrone) League: ICC (South) 2020 Record: 2-16 overall; 2-10 league Returning Starters: Wyatt Buell, Josh Emeigh, Zeek Barr Returning Letterwinners: Elias Ritchey, Josh Emeigh, Zeek Barr, Wyatt Buell and Ethan Deihl Strengths: "We've worked very hard to increase our skill, and we had a very successful summer doing it. This group works very hard, and they are very coachable. They were in the gym all summer, and we're hoping...

  • Claysburg-Kimmel Girls Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Jess Veverka Number of Years as Head Coach: 7 League: ICC South 2020 Record: 12-8 Returning Starters: Baily Garver, Rebekah Claar Strengths: “Leadership from our returning starters, number of players.” Concerns: “Lack of experience.” Overall Outlook: “Compete for ICC championship.” Assistant Coaches: Jim Garver, Kayla Musselman, Lisa Iachini, and Emily Claar...

  • Claysburg-Kimmel Wrestling

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: James Dodson Number of Years as Head Coach: 2 League: ICC Coach's Record: 0-5 Returning Starters/Letterwinners: Zack Megreary, Cole Claycomb, Anthony Megreary Newcomers: Ethan Claycomb, Cameron Nebelski, Mark Lattieri, Haydyn Lamborn, Elijah Maurer, Brodie Soler Strengths: “Determination should be our biggest strength this year. That is one thing the coaching staff, and I specialize in. We have a good group of kids that are receptive to our guidance and coaching style. Last year cut short some opportunities for both coaches and w...

  • Lady Pirates Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Amy Hileman Number of Years as Head Coach: 3 years League: Inter-County Conference (North division) 2020 Record: Overall: 11-4, League: 9-2 Returning Starters: Krista Simpson, Kendel Norris, Jayla Woodruff, Ayla Hileman Other Returning Letterwinners: Jade Carper, Laney Prough Newcomers: Claire Carper, Elise Frye, Anastasia Ranalli Strengths: "We have returning players that are experienced and understand the game and the importance of teamwork. We have newcomers with the same mindset that...

  • Williamsburg Boys Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Brock Anders Number of Years as Head Coach: 14 years total – 2-Huntingdon Area High School (18-31), 6-East Juniata High School (78-59), 6-Williamsburg (57-56) League: ICC North 2020 Record: 14-3-Overall; 11-0-ICC North; ICC North Champions Returning Starters: Lambert Palmer Other Returning Letterwinners: Devon Lynch, Zach Kagarise, Rowan Gorsuch, RJ Royer Strengths: "We return some experienced players that are eager to lead the young players in the expectations of our program." C...

  • Northern Bedford Wrestling

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Brian Dutchcot Number of Years as Head Coach: 11 at NBC and overall League: ICC 2020 Record: 3-8 Returning Starters: Derek Beach, Reyan Imler, Dillian Walker, Drew Childers, Rece Dibert, Eion Snider Newcomers: Harley Bailey, Jaida Pensyl, Austin Bartholow, Brian Amick, Brock Beach, Mason Brumbaugh, Camden Clapper, Keyan Guyer, Adam Johnson, Collin Pepple, Aaron Bowers, Wyatt Clouse, Jordyn Fouse Strengths: "We have some strong wrestlers returning from last year's team. Our team will be...

  • Northern Bedford Girls Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: Jon Ewart Number of Years as Head Coach: 4th Year League: ICC South 2020 Record: 3-13 Returning Starters: Makayla Hall, Emily Heck, Ashley Kichman Other Returning Letterwinners: Deerin Davis, Mariah Hall, Lydia Ritchey, Leah Swanseen Strengths: "We have a group that likes to get in the gym and work hard, and improve their basketball skills. We have a lot of girls competing for varsity minutes which will improve individuals and the team as a whole." Concerns: "Staying healthy throughout...

  • Northern Bedford Boys Basketball

    Dec 9, 2021

    Coach: A.J. Weyant Number of Years as Head Coach: 3 Seasons (1st Northern Bedford) League: ICC South 2020 Record: 14-7 Returning Letterwinners: Mason Detterline, Cullen Lloyd, Collin Yeatts Newcomers: "Hard to define, many new faces and players getting their first varsity experience." Strengths: "A lot of character kids that work hard and are hungry to make an impact. Our overall height and speed will be valuable to achieving our goals of competing for conference and district titles." Concerns:...

  • Nearly $36 Million Approved for Community Revitalization Projects

    Dec 9, 2021

    Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of nearly $36 million to 220 community revitalization projects across the commonwealth. The funding through the Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) supports nonprofits, businesses, and resident projects in distressed areas or low-income neighborhoods. “Communities from every corner of Pennsylvania will benefit from this funding – the result of public-private partnerships and cooperation,” said Gov. Wolf. “We are pleased to continue supporting NAP applicants who are committed to advancing and improving...

  • Martinsburg Mennonite Church Provides Events For Holiday Season

    JUDITH OTT, Southern Cove Correspondent|Dec 9, 2021

    On Sunday, Dec. 5, Martinsburg Mennonite Church's congregation enjoyed special music by flutist Linda Furry. Other activities are being planned for this month as well. Clothed by Grace will be open at the church on Dec. 18 and will be open the third Saturday every month from 10 a.m. to noon. According to Furry, each month this ministry opens doors of Martinsburg Mennonite Church to those in the borough in need of clothing and coats at no charge. This ministry provides clean, seasonally...

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