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C&S Family Markets Begins Liquidation of Martinsburg Location

C & S Family Markets have announced the liquidation of inventory at its Martinsburg location in preparation of its permanent closure. A post made to the market’s Facebook page noted the sale began on Monday, Jan. 3, and stated that all inventory,...

What Was Making Herald Headlines October-December 2021?

OCTOBER Reid Ritchey, Owner/President of Ritchey's Dairy, passed away at the age of 87 on Oct. 3. ******** The Appvion plant owners held an online auction offering the entire mill and its equipment...

What Was Making Herald Headlines July-September 2021?

JULY The Smith family was named as the honorees of the 39th Ag Parade. According to Doug Smith, the current owner of the farm, the focus was on his parents, Dennis and Margaret Smith, who are being...

Martinsburg Borough Council Swears in New Members

Much stayed the same after Martinsburg Borough Council's reorganization meeting on Monday, Jan. 3. Reorganization Magisterial District Judge Andrew Blattenberger attended to swear new and old...

Local FFA Members to Receive Keystone FFA Degrees Jan. 10

CENTRAL COVE Three Central Cove FFA members will receive their Keystone FFA degrees on Monday, Jan. 10, at the PA Mid-Winter FFA Convention held during the PA Farm Show in Harrisburg. In addition,...

'Getting Started in Maple Syrup' Workshop to be Held at Freedom Twp. Fire Hall

Penn State Extension will be offering a workshop called Getting Started in Maple Syrup for those who are interested in learning how to make their own maple syrup. The workshop will be held on Jan. 26, 2022, at the Freedom Township Fire Hall located...

Health Care Providers, Medical Doctors in Rural Areas

The Center for Rural Pennsylvania released these rural snapshots regarding health care providers and...

PA Senior Food Box Program Improvements, Encourages Seniors to Take Advantage this Winter

Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding and Aging Secretary Robert Torres highlighted the Wolf Administration’s successful rebrand of the PA Senior Food Box Program in 2021, formally known as the Commodity Supplemental Food Program. Since taking...

Insurance Department Exam Finds UPMC Violations

Insurance Commissioner Jessica Altman announced a $250,000 penalty stemming from a comprehensive Affordable Care Act market conduct examination that the Pennsylvania Insurance Department (PID) conducted on the practices and procedures of UPMC...

C-K Student on 'Rookie of the Year' Team For National Engineers Contest

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. The annual contest...

Spring Cove 5th Grade Wins Tournament

Spring Cove fifth grade Youth Basketball, sponsored by Base Camp Guns, won the fifth annual Bellwood-Antis Knights of Columbus Invitational Basketball Holiday...

Dragons Seize Double Victory In Hollidaysburg Tournament

The Central Boys Basketball team found themselves with two overwhelming victories against Hollidaysburg and Altoona this past week in the Restore the Roar Round Ball Classic. A 65-49 victory over the...

Lady Dragons' Struggles Continue

The Lady Dragons faced both Tyrone and Bellwood in the Northern Blair Kiwanis Reliance Bank Tournament this past week. The Lady Golden Eagles beat the Lady Dragons 64-36, and the Lady Blue Devils beat the Lady Dragons 71-51. The Lady Dragons faced...

Lady Bulldogs on Losing Streak

–Jan. 3, 2022– Claysburg’s Lady Bulldogs traveled to Tussey Mountain and were bested by the Lady Titans 57-39. Scoring highest for Claysburg-Kimmel was Senior Rebekah Claar with 29 points. Senior Jessen Poullos and Junior Sarah Helsel...

Bulldogs Battle for Win

The Bulldogs defeated Forbes Road...

MCMP Holds First Holiday Tournament

Morrisons Cove Memorial Park held the first fourth grade holiday basketball tournament. Holy Trinity won it all after defeating Bedford in the finals. Holy Trinity team members were Alayna Bott,...

NB Girls Come Out on Top

Northern Bedford just beat Williamsburg...

Annual Report For 2021

I guess I slowed down more in 2021 than I had during any other year. Assorted aches and pains have made fishing and hunting much more difficult than they were just a couple years ago. Hunting:...

Williamsburg Basketball Action

Williamsburg Lady Pirates fell to Northern Bedford's Lady Panthers...

Survival of the American Newspaper Critical to Democracy

“Where the press is free and every man able to read, all is safe.”—Thomas Jefferson. For more than 300 years, countless words have been printed and delivered to communities across North America. Whether daily or weekly, the American newspaper...

Books to Borrow Williamsburg Public Library Recommends

Storyteller, Edward Carey reimagines the classic fairytale, Pinocchio, in this narrative about a carpenter who one day realized he didn’t want to be alone. In “The Swallowed Man,” we meet...

Curryville Cold

Winter in Curryville gave us all the excitement we could handle. Sledding was a serious sport. If our sleds were in good condition and the snow was packed just right, we could make it from the top of...

Pamela Marie Wagner

Pamela Marie Wagner, 63, of Martinsburg, passed away Wednesday morning, Dec. 29, 2021, in Altoona. She was born Dec. 29, 1958, in Johnstown, daughter of the late William and Waive Marie (Lindsey) Stegeman. A private memorial service will be held at...

Lacey N. (Rhodes) Wiest

Lacey N. Wiest, 41, of Henrietta Mountain Road, Martinsburg, passed away Jan. 2, 2022, at UPMC Altoona Hospital. She was born May 31, 1980, in Roaring Spring; daughter of Charles and Susan (Fisher)...

Theresa "Terry" M. Detwiler

Theresa “Terry” M. Detwiler, 71, of Williamsburg, passed away Thursday morning, Dec. 30, 2021, at her home. She was born Nov. 19, 1950, in Ganister, rural Williamsburg, daughter of the late...

Edythe Marie Myers

Edythe Marie Myers, 87, a resident of Homewood at Martinsburg formerly of rural Roaring Spring, passed away Monday evening, Dec. 27, 2021, at the home. She was born April 22, 1934, in Ore Hill,...

Lisa Rosemary England

Lisa Rosemary England, 56, of Lower Snake Spring Road, Everett, went to her eternal home with Jesus Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2021, at UPMC West Shore Hospital, Mechanicsburg, PA. Ms. England was born Jan....

Norma Jean "Jeanie" Cessna

Norma Jean "Jeanie" Cessna, 82, went to her heavenly home Dec. 22, 2021. Jeanie was born to the late James Arthur and Elsie Marie Little in Waterside, July 25, 1939. She is survived by her...

Morrisons Cove Memorial Park Hosts New Year's Eve Festivities

On New Year's Eve, Morrisons Cove Memorial Park had discounted skating and bowling throughout the...

Jugendstil jewellery designs, jewellery drawings around 1900, Ra

Homewood located on Givler Drive, Martinsburg, had a New Year's Eve Celebration in the Social Hall. The celebration took place from 4:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Those in independent living attended....

10 Years Ago

Herald of Jan. 5, 2012 The Morrisons Cove Republican Club installed officers at its Christmas party in December. Christi Waltz was president, Jim Porreca first vice president, Dewayne Newman second vice president, Mary Ann Bennis third vice...

75 Years Ago

Herald of Jan. 2, 1947 Diehl’s Crossroads Church of the Brethren near Curryville was vandalized when 30 to 35 gun shots were fired inside the building. Damage was estimated at $500. All but two windows were shot out, five of six light shades were...

25 Years Ago

Herald of Jan. 9, 1997 Blair County’s 911 emergency call system was scheduled to go online on Jan. 14. There were six emergency lines, and residents were urged to use the lines for emergency calls only. Residents were asked to make sure their...

100 Years Ago

Herald of Jan. 6, 1922 Contractor David Sohn and his force of men are making rapid progress erecting the framework of DeFord’s theater on North Market St. in Martinsburg. The stork made a trip to North Martinsburg, leaving a little daughter at...

50 Years Ago

Herald of Jan. 5, 1972 Two suspects in the murder of State Police Corporal John S. Valent were captured in Florida. Charles Howard Knisely, 20, and Mark Ray Geddes, 22, were returned to Pennsylvania on a chartered flight that landed at the Blair...

125 Years Ago

Herald of Jan. 7, 1897 Calvin Ebersole of Curryville and Nannie Miller of Woodbury were united in marriage at the home of the bride. Fifty people attended. The board of directors of the poor organized for 1897 at the county home. J.F. Wilson of...

'Jim' Lyons of Potter Creek: Part 1

In addition to James H. Lyons, son of Benjamin, there were two other James Lyons who lived in the New Enterprise area. James M. and Stacia Lyons of Bloomfield Township were the parents of Anna (the...

Frosty The Giant

Terry Raible of 4008 Cove Mountain Road erected this 18-foot snowman on his front lawn. Raible said he purchased the blow-up Frosty on...

Thought for the Week

There is a section of Scripture in the beginning of the Book of Ezra that I would like to look at with you. This will not be an expository ‘Thought” just some comments on what Israel went...

Manna on Main Street Back Saturday

Trinity United Methodist Church invites you to come out and enjoy a delicious meal: ham balls, buttered noodles, a vegetable and dessert. Our meals will continue as a drive through. This outreach is free to the community and everyone is...

RS Native to Speak at Wild Game Meal

A wild game meal will take place Saturday, Jan. 22, at Crossview Missional Church in Cassville. Doors will open at 4 p.m. with a covered dish meal at 5 p.m. The guest speaker will be Brandon Baker, a Roaring Spring native who is a competitive...

New Year Resolutions

Are you ready to embrace this new year? Admittedly, these past two years have not given us much to cheer about, but there is something about hanging a new calendar on the wall and seeing those squares ready to be filled with activities and events...

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