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13 Killed In Bus Crash Uncategorized 

13 Killed In Bus Crash

In California on the evening of October 23, a tour bus crashed into a tractor and trailer, killing thirteen people and leaving thirty-one injured. The tour bus was returning from a casino in Palm Springs, California. It is unknown whether drugs or alcohol were factors in this accident, but the bus was going so fast that when it hit the back of the truck, the trailer entered exactly fifteen feet into the bus. The survivors said most of the victims were asleep during the time of the accident, and they…

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Over and Lingenfelter Run the Extra Mile Fall Sports Sports 

Over and Lingenfelter Run the Extra Mile

Madison Over and Sydney Lingenfelter proved to be only “half crazy” by running the sold out, 7th annual Hershey Half Marathon at Hershey Park on October 16 at 7:30 a.m to benefit Children’s Miracle Network of Penn State Hershey Hospital. Over 5,000 brave runners lined up at the starting line, around 7 a.m, to take part in running a 13.1-mile course that winds through Hersheypark, goes into the town of Hershey, and then ends on Hersheypark stadium. For Madison Over, a junior at Northern Bedford, this wasn’t her first time…

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The Intern Movies 

The Intern

It’s been over a year since The Intern was released and viewers ranging from teenagers to senior citizens are still talking about this hit movie. After crossing the $60 million mark at the box office, many people are raving about the roles of Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro. The Intern is a female-targeted, workplace comedy that has all ages laughing hysterically. The Intern tells the story of a 70-year-old widower, Ben Whittaker who seizes the opportunity to become a senior intern at an online fashion site. Soon after landing…

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A Girl Like Her Uncategorized 

A Girl Like Her

A Girl Like Her is a great example about how bullying can have an effect on people, like the affect of negative words. People tend to think that movies like this are boring and dull, but A Girl Like Her makes a vivid point about how bullying plays a factor in everyday lives. Lexi Ainsworth plays Jessica Burns, the victim of the bullying. Her life has been taken a downward spiral because of a very popular girl at school, Avery Keller, who is played by Hunter King. After getting unfavorable…

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Diehl Claims Fall Foliage Queen Title News Special Events 

Diehl Claims Fall Foliage Queen Title

The Bedford Fall Foliage Queen Contest concluded Saturday, October 8 at the Bedford County Courthouse with the crowning of the 2016 queen as well as first runner-up, second runner-up, and third runner-up.   The title of 2016 Fall Foliage Queen was given to Chestnut Ridge junior, Megan Diehl. She will represent Bedford County in a variety of events around the community during the next year.   Megan is the daughter of Travis and Lori Diehl, of Osterburg. She plans on entering the medical field to pursue her dream of becoming…

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National Concerns for Alleged Global Problems Editorials News Opinion Rants and Raves 

National Concerns for Alleged Global Problems

  Global warming has been a concern for many people, some say that it is a disease that humans plague the world with, and others say it is fabricated by people who enjoy acting superior.  Some children in Oregon took this to heart and are taking action against global warming.  Their movement is surprisingly forward given their age range, from eight to nineteen.  They claim that the government is encroaching on their right to life, liberty, and property.  While this is a rash and harsh accusation against the government, the…

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Jacob Dasher: Jake of All Trades Features Focus News 

Jacob Dasher: Jake of All Trades

  Jacob Dasher, a junior at Northern Bedford, is taking advanced classes such as honors chemistry,  physics,  and honors English.  His claims favorite subject is history stating that, “I enjoy learning about the wars and all the famous people from our nation’s past.”  Jacob also participates in football in the fall, basketball in the winter, and baseball in the spring.  He plays sports because he loves the competition.  He is also in his school’s charity program “Interact club” as well as being a part of the National Honors Society. Jacob…

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New Gym Teacher Promotes Positive Outlook on Physical Education Features 

New Gym Teacher Promotes Positive Outlook on Physical Education

  You see her in the mornings standing in the hallways in athletic pants and a collared shirt. With a smile on her face, she is excited to take on another day as the new gym teacher of Northern Bedford middle school and high school. Ms. Brianna Hart, otherwise known as Ms. Hart. She was hired in the summer of 2016 to take the place as Mrs. Bowser.   Hart was raised in the NBC community where she graduated in 2010. After high school, she attended Frostburg State University for…

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Bedford Fall Foliage Returns Special Events 

Bedford Fall Foliage Returns

The first weekend of Bedford’s 52nd annual Fall Foliage Festival was held this past weekend, October 1 and 2 in downtown Bedford to celebrate the beginning of the fall season. Booths were set up all throughout Downtown Bedford for many different craft and food vendors.   Multiple people have traveled for hours to attend Fall Foliage, such as Jeff Jurick. He said, “We’re from West Virginia, and we’ve come up here to the Bedford Fall Festival because we love it!”   Along with many vendor sales, live music, and crafts…

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Fall Fun Food Music Special Events 

Fall Fun

Fall might be considered as the leaves changing or the cooler weather, but the beginning of fall is remembered by most people as the Fall Foliage Festival. Held in Bedford, the festival celebrates their 52nd year on the weekends of October 1 and 7. The festival, held on the 1 and 7 weekends of October, has brought in people near and far to kick off their fall with some exciting entertainment, food, and crafts. A visitor, Jeff Jurick, traveled almost an hour to the festival. “We’re from West Virginia and…

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