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Moments of reflection during first signs of fall

September 7, 2010 Some general observations while enjoying the first signs of fall: Good luck to all of the area’s fall sports teams, athletes and coaches, including soccer squads, cross country runners and golfers,... more »»

You can really smell the football in the air

August 31, 2010 The big yellow school buses are once again greeting us as we drive to work in the mornings, with backpack-toting munchkins standing by their mailboxes waiting for their ride to school. more »»

Chase will start soon for Osborne

August 24, 2010 Just two races remain before NASCAR’s top teams begin the Chase for the Championship, and Pennsylvania native Bob Osborne will once again be in the thick of things as the final ten races decide the... more »»

PSU grad managing NASCAR crew

August 17, 2010 Pay close attention to the pits during a NASCAR Sprint Cup race, and you can catch a Pennsylvania native in action as crew chief of the No. 99 Aflac Ford, driven by Carl Edwards. more »»

Lessons learned from the games kittens play

August 10, 2010 OK, this is going to be kind of a chick column, so I ask for your forgiveness right off the bat. For the last year, I have been observing the games kittens play. more »»

Is it time to forgive Big Ben?

August 3, 2010 When the Steelers walked down the path toward their first preseason practice over the weekend, Ben Roethlisberger was greeted with high-fives from fans on the way to the field. more »»

Fairs feature good, old-style competition

July 27, 2010 There’s nothing quite like a summer evening at a good old-fashioned county fair, like the one this week in Bedford. Friday night features the weekly draw of stock car racing at the Bedford Speedway. more »»

Honor found in ceremonies, circumstance

July 20, 2010 It was nice to see another Nittany Lion inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. more »»

Curve continue recent trend with loss

July 20, 2010 From Mirror reports AKRON, Ohio — For the Curve, almost nothing went wrong during the first three months of the seaso. more »»

LeBron, World Cup provide drama

July 13, 2010 The national sports news of the week has been a mix of drama: Between the LeBron James saga and the final days of World Cup soccer, we’ve seen glimpses of some of the best and worst in the world of... more »»

Earnhardt Jr. pays tribute to father

July 6, 2010 It was a trip back in time at Daytona over the weekend, when Dale Earnhardt Junior climbed into his number 3 Chevrolet painted in the classic blue and yellow “Wrangler Jean Machine” paint scheme... more »»

McKnight takes over as Mounties’ coach

July 6, 2010 Dave McKnight said that he’ll stress the team concept as he begins his first season as the Philipsburg-Osceola High School boys basketball coach next winter. more »»

Big inning lifts Claysburg to win

July 6, 2010 CLAYSBURG — Claysburg exploded for eight runs in the bottom of the fifth inning Monday, getting a leg up on Westmont in the quarterfinal, best-of-three games Cambria Legion playoff series between th... more »»

Johnston Realty gets win in seventh

July 6, 2010 BELLWOOD — Johnston Realty rallied for two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to top visiting Holsinger’s Plumbing, 8-7, in Greater City League action Monday. more »»

Juniata VFW outlasts Martin

July 6, 2010 Keith Kawtowsky was 2-for-3 with five runs scored and three RBIs as Juniata VFW defeated Martin Oil, 14-13, in eight innings in a George B. Kelley Federation game Monday at Geesey Par. more »»

Pastor was like a coach to many

June 29, 2010 A very nice article was printed in the Mirror last week about the ministry of Pastor Brint Shafer of First United Methodist Church in Hollidaysbur. more »»

World Cup worth watching

June 15, 2010 The United States Soccer Team drew one of the world’s favorites for its opening-round game in the World Cup Tournament. more »»

Huntingdon Co. Fairgrounds to host Central PA?Rodeo

June 8, 2010 For the 6th straight year, the Central PA Rodeo will bring professional cowboys and cowgirls to our region, many of them at the pinnacle of their athletic careers. more »»

Philadelphia sports fans: Cursed no more?

June 1, 2010 Fans follow sports for more than talent and teamwork, statistics and stud athletes. more »»

Summer activities on horizon

May 25, 2010 Some general observations while enjoying the return of mountain bike season in central Pennsylvania. n This is a great time of year to head to one of the area’s hiking and biking trails. more »»

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