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Financial questions fill college sports

There are so many questions about the future of college football right now because of the coronavirus, and many of them boil down to one big thing — money. There ...

Tough task awaits new OC

Penn State has a new offensive coordinator in Kirk Ciarrocca, so missing spring practice because of the coronavirus certainly could present some ...

God is in control

I ran into a friend at Walmart yesterday and he mentioned that God is in total control several times. Then I went home and a sweet lady emailed me and said a ...

Clothing giveaway canceled

Grace’s Closet, located in Grace Lutheran Church, 1114 N. Cambria St., Bellwood, is closed until further notice and planned clothing giveaways ...

Area car dealers try to ride out virus

According to mandates issued by Gov. Tom Wolf, automobile dealers are not considered an essential business during the coronavirus pandemic and have been forced to ...

Behind the Desk: Christopher Cook

Briefcase

Parents’ role now magnified

For millions of American students, public schools have been closed since mid-March. School has been wherever a quiet place could be found in the home. For most, ...

Reserve spending for critical

Probe inside traders

Magisterial district judge

Filed before California Avenue Altoona Magisterial District Judge Steven D. Jackson: Charges waived to court Sept. 12: Stacy A. Ayers, 23, 309 S. Market St., ...

Sentencing

Magisterial district judge

Joe A. Boyd

Joe A. Boyd, 83, New Enterprise, died Friday after a battle with cancer. He was born in New Enterprise, son of Jerome and Eva (Stiffler) Boyd. Surviving are his ...

Ruth E. (Fockler) Coleman

Howard ‘Larry’ Harshaw Jr.

As the coronavirus moves into April, what are your biggest concerns?

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