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The Bedford County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with the Bedford County Historical Society and Eat 2 Live Bistro, will hold the second annual Farm to Table Chef Showcase from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday at the historical society's hall at Kinton's Knob on Route 30 just west of Bedford. More than a dozen area businesses will offer food samplings paired with Pennsylvania whiskey, wine and beer, as well as infused waters and dessert. Comment?
Surviving are three daughters: Amy Davies and husband, Tim, of Bedford, Erica Hawksworth of Arlington, Va., and Wendy Weber of Bedford; and a sister, Sally Barr of Nanty Glo. Donald received a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree in information science from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Comment?
Accompanying her into this new journey were Kea Barnes, 9, and Lyric Giarth, 21 months. All three passed through the heavenly gates after a tragic fire at their home. Comment?
The way it works is public school districts receive a combination of local and state tax money, and charter schools take their per-student share from the school district where the student would otherwise attend. Paying bills to charter schools can be a drain on districts, unless charters draw enough students for districts to cut back on major expenses including personnel. Comment?
School districts trying to survive close or consolidate school buildings. But as a result, they could end up paying more if the community, trying to save its identity, opens a charter school to fill the void left by closed district schools. Comment?
State police have filed nearly 1,700 charges, including 44 felonies, against a Bedford County car dealership owner who allegedly failed to pay taxes, sold cars with outstanding liens and defrauded customers who bought warranties. Police accused Anthony Charles Roy, 52, of 14 Gephart Ave., Bedford - owner of the former Tony Roy Auto Sales in Everett - of a litany of crimes, some committed against the state and others against customers and financial companies. Comment?
Exactly 15 days after suffering a double-overtime, double-shootout loss in the District 5-6 final to Bedford as part of the Chestnut Ridge soccer team, Sean Van Meter was able to take the field to try to flip the script and put his school on top of its District 5 Class AA football championship game. Van Meter, fighting the windy, blowing conditions at Panther Community Stadium on the grounds of the Northern Bedford County School District, drilled a 41-yard field goal with 1:51 left to lift his Lions to their third straight district title with a 17-14 win over the Bisons on Friday night. Comment?
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