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Altoona Mirror
Police search homes in shootingPolice still have not released or confirmed several details about the case, inc
Police search homes in shooting
Altoona Mirror / Posted 4 days ago
Police still have not released or confirmed several details about the case, including a motive, but search warrants reveal the type of weapons used by the alleged shooter Paul Hoover, 43, to kill Harry Ondriezek Jr., also 43, and himself. Three... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
DeedsMary Sowers, also known as Mary Wills, to Erin Blocher, property at 801 56th St
Deeds
Altoona Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Mary Sowers, also known as Mary Wills, to Erin Blocher, property at 801 56th St., Altoona, $114,000. WE Campbell Builders Inc. to S&A Homes Inc., property in Frankstown Township, $36,000. Vincent and Melinda Solimando to Michael Wingard, property... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
State planning online voter registration rolloutThe plan would open voter registration - currently carried out by mail - to the
State planning online voter registration rollout
Altoona Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
The plan would open voter registration - currently carried out by mail - to the Internet, with state driver's-licenseholders able to submit their signatures electronically. Those without licenses could sign up as well, though they'd still have to... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Sales surge with return of college students"We're ready for them," Moyer, general manager at a local Pizza Hut, said. Tho
Sales surge with return of college students
Altoona Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
"We're ready for them," Moyer, general manager at a local Pizza Hut, said. Those marked dates signified move-in days for the Penn State Altoona students, who will be staying in campus dorms and off-campus sites. But they also signify the return of... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Family: Animosity played part in deathsPaul Brian Hoover, 43, a corrections officer at the State Correctional Institut
Family: Animosity played part in deaths
Altoona Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Paul Brian Hoover, 43, a corrections officer at the State Correctional Institution at Pine Grove in Indiana, apparently entered the home of Harry Robert Ondriezek Jr., 43, just before 1:30 a.m. Saturday on the 1000 block of Chestnut Street and shot... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
John E. ‘Jack’ LittleJack was born in 1929, Ebensburg, to Elmer and Loretta Smithbower Little. He wa
John E. ‘Jack’ Little
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 9 days ago
Jack was born in 1929, Ebensburg, to Elmer and Loretta Smithbower Little. He was married to Thalia Shields Little, who passed away in August 2010. Jack was a faithful member of Faxon-Kenmar United Methodist Church where he was a trustee. He was a 50... Read more
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TribLIVE
Breazeale Nuclear Reactor powers Penn State engineering programSTATE COLLEGE — Just 19 feet below the surface of a mid-sized pool in the middl
Breazeale Nuclear Reactor powers Penn State engineering program
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
STATE COLLEGE — Just 19 feet below the surface of a mid-sized pool in the middle of Penn State University, a reactor running at 460 degrees Celsius was throwing radioactive particles at pieces of metal in a closed tube. Above, a stream of visitors,... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Use tasty garden produce to make stuffed tomatoesLast summer, I spent my summer writing, photographing and testing recipes for m
Use tasty garden produce to make stuffed tomatoes
Altoona Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
Last summer, I spent my summer writing, photographing and testing recipes for my first cookbook, "Cooking with Lauren K." I knew that my healthy and affordable cookbook wouldn't be complete without a family favorite from my mom, stuffed tomatoes. My... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Fire destroys family’s home"We got out with the clothes on our back," Donna Spaid of 125 McClellan Road sa
Fire destroys family’s home
Altoona Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
"We got out with the clothes on our back," Donna Spaid of 125 McClellan Road said Sunday. "We lost everything ... the house, the van, all my mother's equipment, including her oxygen." State police at Ebensburg on Sunday arrested Spaid's 40-year-old... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Jobs for disabled shift from coal to solarEBENSBURG, Pa. -- The spick-and-span floor at the Cambria County Association fo
Jobs for disabled shift from coal to solar
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 19 days ago
EBENSBURG, Pa. -- The spick-and-span floor at the Cambria County Association for the Blind & Handicapped is an unlikely place to chronicle the decline of coal. The organization's branch in this town about 65 miles east of Pittsburgh is a large... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Kudlawiec releases her first cookbookLauren K's recipes offer ideas for those eating gluten free and for diabetics,
Kudlawiec releases her first cookbook
Altoona Mirror / Posted 21 days ago
Lauren K's recipes offer ideas for those eating gluten free and for diabetics, as well as picky eaters, with recipes for great-tasting food that is lighter in calories, fat and cholesterol. The book is $24.95 and is available at laurenkcooking.com.... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Reliance Bank celebrates 75th year"We started as a mutual community bank with a servant leadership culture focuse
Reliance Bank celebrates 75th year
Altoona Mirror / Posted 21 days ago
"We started as a mutual community bank with a servant leadership culture focused on housing, and those core values remain the same today," said Dennis E. Doll, president and CEO. Reliance, incorporated as Reliance Building and Loan Association in... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
William Michael WolfordHe was born in Altoona, son of the late James J. and Sarah (Haines) Wolford. S
William Michael Wolford
Altoona Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
He was born in Altoona, son of the late James J. and Sarah (Haines) Wolford. Surviving are three sons: Kurt Wright Wolford, Kris Wolford and Jason Wolford; a daughter, Jessica Haines Wolford; a brother, James Wolford; two sisters: Kathleen Wolford... Read more
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TribLIVE
Annual West Newton-to-D.C. Bike4Life benefits Red CrossRather than going out for dinner at a swanky restaurant or taking a special bea
Annual West Newton-to-D.C. Bike4Life benefits Red Cross
TribLIVE / Posted 24 days ago
Rather than going out for dinner at a swanky restaurant or taking a special beach vacation, Robin Seibel of Salem Township opted to “celebrate” her 20th wedding anniversary on Monday in a quite different way – taking off on a 300-mile bicycle journey... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Kathryn J. ClaarShe was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Paul S. and M. Margaret (Smeltzer
Kathryn J. Claar
Altoona Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
She was born in Altoona, daughter of the late Paul S. and M. Margaret (Smeltzer) Royer. She married Paul W. Claar on Feb. 14, 1946, and he died July 28, 1991. Surviving are a son, Kenneth G. and wife, Jody, of Canton, Ohio; and a sister, Virginia... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Walter R. ‘Dick’ DavisHe was a composer, professor of modern languages/linguistics, model airplane en
Walter R. ‘Dick’ Davis
Altoona Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
He was a composer, professor of modern languages/linguistics, model airplane enthusiast and local historian. He was born in Ebensburg, son of Harry E. "Pep" Davis, a stonemason, and Evelyn Davis, a homemaker. He was preceded in death by his loving... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Inclusive playground put to test at unveilingWith construction in its final stages, parents and supporters gathered at Cambr
Inclusive playground put to test at unveiling
Altoona Mirror / Posted 25 days ago
With construction in its final stages, parents and supporters gathered at Cambria Elementary School for the unveiling of Ebensburg's Regional Inclusive Playground. Although the space is hosted by Central Cambria School District, the playground is... Read more
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WJAC 6 Johnstown
Police make arrest in counterfeit investigationsUpdated: Tuesday, August 4 2015, 05:50 PM EDT By: Maria MillerRICHLAND TOWNSHI
Police make arrest in counterfeit investigations
WJAC 6 Johnstown / Posted 25 days ago
Updated: Tuesday, August 4 2015, 05:50 PM EDT By: Maria MillerRICHLAND TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Police across the region continue to investigate incidents of fake money being passed, including several instances in Cambria County. And on Tuesday, authorities... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Teen cadets build characterAnswering questions in shouts of "sir, yes sir" and fidgeting as they listened
Teen cadets build character
Altoona Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
Answering questions in shouts of "sir, yes sir" and fidgeting as they listened to instructions, they were paired off by size to don protective headgear, belts and gloves to spar in a self-defense class. It was one of many activities 47 area kids,... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
John Bernecky, 91, Portage, died Saturday at Cambria Care Center. He was born in Emeigh, so
John Bernecky
Altoona Mirror / Posted 27 days ago
, 91, Portage, died Saturday at Cambria Care Center. He was born in Emeigh, son of the late Simon and Martha (Krakawski) Bernecky. Surviving are a son, Shawn, of Duncansville; a brother, Bill, in New York; and a sister, Annie Zedack of... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Karl A. KoenigHe was born in Johnstown, son of the late Karl W. and Bertha (Niessner) Koenig.
Karl A. Koenig
Altoona Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
He was born in Johnstown, son of the late Karl W. and Bertha (Niessner) Koenig. He was preceded in death by a son, Robert M.; an infant granddaughter, Deanna; and brothers: John and Lawrence. Surviving are his wife, Marie (Gavin) Koenig; and... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Alleged mink farm vandals face chargesA grand jury indictment for Joseph Buddenberg, 31, and Nicole Kissane, 28, both
Alleged mink farm vandals face charges
Altoona Mirror / Posted 30 days ago
A grand jury indictment for Joseph Buddenberg, 31, and Nicole Kissane, 28, both of Oakland, Calif., was unsealed late last week and states the pair, along with unknown co-conspirators, targeted dozens of fur- and meat-related businesses over several... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Ebensburg looking to develop school siteThe Ebensburg development site, set to be called Central Commons, could ultimat
Ebensburg looking to develop school site
Altoona Mirror / Posted 30 days ago
The Ebensburg development site, set to be called Central Commons, could ultimately include five to seven buildings at 8,000-12,000 square feet each, head developer Peter Dochinez said. Depending on demand, the project could take three to four years,... Read more

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