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Local & State

Wolf Floats Plan That Claims $17B In Pension Debt Reduction

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Gov. More...

Clearing The Record

In last week’s fair story, it was stated that proceeds from the fourth annual bingo sponsored by the Fulton/ Franklin County Democratic Club would benefit Friends of Meadow Grounds Lake. More...

Prosecutor Kane Lacks Support As She Fights Criminal Charges

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s political support has virtually collapsed as she prepares to fight criminal charges that could end her career.  More...

From Days Gone By

FROM DAYS GONE BY

20 Years Ago From The Files Of August 17, 1995 ’95 More...

Correspondents' Notes

Our Town

Birthday wishes to Jamie Lowery, August 6; Lynn Waite, August 8; Diane Crouse, August 21; Michele Frinafrock, August 29; Aaron Miner, August 24; Alyssa Mc- Conahy, August 28; Holly Stumbaugh, August 29; Esther Deshong, 92 on August 9; Wade Stermer, A More...

Sports

PA Man Making Name For Himself In Arm Wrestling

SCRANTON, Pa. More...

Racing Roundup

Logan Wagner Competes In Nationals

Harrisonville’s Logan Wagner and the Wagner family made their first trip to the Nationals where Logan missed being named the Rookie of the Nationals by one spot!  More...

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Family

Marriage Licenses

Anthony Wayne Vinson, 27, Harrisonville, and Stephanie Violet Worthing, 22, Wells Tannery, applied for a marriage license at the local courthouse during the past week.   More...

Cards Of Thanks

DESHONG  I would like to thank each and every one for their prayers, visits, cards and the beautiful flowers while I was a patient at Chambersburg Hospital and Fulton County Medical Center.  More...

Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Charles and Penny Knepper of Waterfall celebrated their 50th anniversary on July 3.  Chuck and the former Penny Snyder were married July 3, 1965, at Center United Methodist Church.  The couple owned and operated Knepper’s Mill in Wate More...

Jill Palmer Crowned Fair Queen

Brittany Truax is first runner-up

A 16-year-old Southern Fulton High School senior was crowned the 2015 Fulton County Fair Queen during pageant ceremonies held on Sunday evening. More...

Central Fulton Acts On Personnel Matters

“Tom Sawyer” selected as 2016 high school musical

With the days winding down to the start of the 2015-16 school year, members of the Central Fulton School Board took action last Tuesday evening on a variety of personnel-related matters.  More...

Obituaries

Rosalene M. Alleman

St. Thomas, 88

Rosalene M. Alleman, 88, St. Thomas, died Thursday, August 13, 2015, at Falling Spring Nursing and Rehab Center.  She was born November 10, 1926, in Hustontown, Pa., to Harry and Pauline (Newman) Deavor. More...

Henry C. Hufham

Warfordsburg, 60

Henry C. Hufham, 60, Warfordsburg, died Monday, August 17, 2015, at his residence.  He was born in Wilmington, N.C., May 26, 1955, the son of the late Janet (Cummins ) and Marshall T. Hufham. More...

Danilo L. Jacinto

Warfordsburg, 54

Danilo L. More...

Letters

Fisherman Fears Large Hog Farm Impact On Fulton County’s Environment, Health

To The Editor:  Although it may seem inappropriate for an inhabitant of Indiana (more on this later) to offer an opinion on the health and welfare of Fulton County residents, I appreciate the opportunity to share some brief insight related to th More...

Police Reports

POLICE REPORTS

Woman Of Beaten Child Extradited   The mother of 6-year- Dustin Barnhart who was hospitalized after allegedly being severely beaten in July while at a Hancock, Md., residence has been extradited to Maryland from Pennsylvania.  More...

Features

Hottest Ticket In Washington? It’s For The Pope At Capitol

WASHINGTON (AP) – Rep. More...

Make The Most Of The End Of Summer

(StatePoint) – The clock is ticking on the sunniest season. With the end of summer drawing near, considering switching things up to help you make the most of every day.  Be your own bartender   More...

Hotel Tips To Stay Healthy On The Road

(StatePoint) – Frequent travelers can be all too familiar with the challenges of staying both healthy and productive – countless distractions, fast food joints on every corner and difficulty sleeping in unfamiliar places and beds can make More...