February 20, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Weapon Pointed At Local Family

Dennis Boden arrested in road rage, concealed weapons case

NEWS EDITOR A northern Fulton County native remains free on $50,000 unsecured bail after allegedly pointing a gun at an area family that was en route to drop off their child at the grandparents’ home last Tuesday morning. More...

Local & State

Dedicated To The Lord

While many across the county are still shoveling their way out of the series of storms that have swept the Northeast, Hustontown area residents Dick and Ruth Knepper didn't encounter any problems in More...

Lincoln Highway Mini-Grant Opportunity

Nonprofit organizations and municipalities along the Lincoln Highway in Fulton County that have small recreational, natural or historical projects, and interested in applying for funding, must attend (two from each organization or municipality) the L More...

Daily Life A Struggle For Long-term Jobless Families

PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW PITTSBURGH (AP) – Her rent is due March 1, and Sheri Minkoff’s main concern right now is where the money will come from. More...

From Days Gone By

FROM DAYS GONE BY

20 Years Ago From The Files Of February 17, 1994 ’94 More...

Police Reports

POLICE REPORTS

Car Strikes Utility Pole A McConnellsburg woman escaped harm when her southbound 2005 Dodge Neon crossed Great Cove Road and struck a utility pole on Tuesday, February 11. More...

Sports

High School Sports

Boys Basketball Northern Bedford 58 Southern Fulton 52 More...

Forbes Road’s Gelvin Nets 1,000th Point

NEWS EDITOR Another Forbes Road athlete made history last week when senior Tristan Gelvin sunk his 1,000th point on a lay-up and went on to help lead his Cardinal basketball teammates to a victory over rival coach Dave Bailey and his team of Tussey M More...

Racing Roundup

The racing has been hot and heavy in Florida as the World of Outlaw sprints and Late Models have both kicked off their season. More...

Pike 2 Bike Study Findings Released

Three scenarios presented for modernizing old turnpike trail

NEWS EDITOR A theme of “if you build it, they will come” seemed to prevail last Tuesday night as more than 50 individuals gathered to hear how modernizing the abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike, now better known as Pike 2 Bike, could possibl More...

Induction Set For All-Sports Hall Of Fame

Major Leaguer Clyde Barnhart to be among six athletes honored

NEWS EDITOR Fulton County is set to honor a prestigious group of local, former athletes this spring as part of a first-ever induction ceremony of the Fulton County All-Sports Hall of Fame. More...

Brode Takes Over As Area Aging Director

Boasts 25 years with AAA

A Huntingon County native with longtime ties to the tri-county Area Agency on Aging assumed the role of executive director earlier this month, filling the shoes of former director and senior advocate Alan Smith. More...

Obituaries

Hope C. Mellott Big Cove Tannery, 80

Hope C. Mellott, 80, Big Cove Tannery, died Friday, February 14, 2014, at Fulton County Medical Center in McConnellsburg. More...

Merrill E. Houck Chambersburg, 70

Merrill Eugene Houck, 70, Chambersburg, died Friday, February 14, 2014, at Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pa. Born April 13, 1943, in New Grenada, he was the son of the late Carl and Ruth (Black) Houck. More...

Lynn R. Byers Fort Loudon, 74

Lynn Roger Byers, 74, Fort Loudon, died at 9:05 a.m., February 12, 2014, at his home. Born January 19, 1940, at McConnellsburg, he was a son of Bertha Black Byers of Fayetteville, and the late Lynn A. Byers. More...

Correspondents' Notes

Hustontown

This has been a good weekend just to sit and enjoy the beautiful winter scenery of Mother Nature, but not for some folks who have to get out and work in it. More...

Our Town

Birthday wishes to Margaret “Peggy” Kohoszka, February 24; Teresa Knepper, February 24; Adam Gress, February 24; Kevin 24; More...