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December 18, 2012 CHARLESTON (AP) — Michigan’s recent move to stop unions from collecting mandatory dues from non-union workers may raise the profile of that and similar issues at the West Virginia Legislature’s next... more »»

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The 50-year-old prom queen

June 23, 2009 As an overweight teenager, Rexenne “Rex” Robinson of Duncansville never wanted to go to the prom. “I was worried about getting a dress,” she sai. more »»

Local doc a 'hot husband'

June 23, 2009 Redbook magazine readers have decided that a local surgeon is one of America’s hottest husbands. Dr. more »»

Father's Day Makeover 2009

June 21, 2009 This Father’s Day, Martin Garrett and his family are putting their lives back together. more »»

Safe on two wheels

June 20, 2009 By Jimmy Mincin jmincin@altoonamirror.com As summer approaches, kids are dusting off those bicycles. And that means brushing up on road safety issues. more »»

By the numbers

June 16, 2009 Bra size is more than just a number to some women — it’s central to their identity, something they cling to no matter how their bodies change. more »»

Along the trail

June 15, 2009 WILLIAMSBURG — More than 80 paddlers traveled the Juniata River last week, taking in the sights and sounds of the Frankstown and Little Juniata branches. more »»

Shake, rattle and roll

June 13, 2009 Miltary men — the golden age of doo wop, soul and vocal groups salutes you. more »»

Altoonan writes song for veteran

June 13, 2009 Though Bill Dann of Howard has never met disabled Marine David “D.J.” Emery, he’s trying to change the Bellefonte veteran’s life. more »»

Music for all

June 12, 2009 The Altoona Symphony Orches­tra will dedicate its 81st season to its audiences, through music that explores the human experience. more »»

Battle of the sexes

June 11, 2009 Get ready to laugh, cry and everything in between. more »»

ASO fundraiser features pianist

June 11, 2009 Altoona Symphony Orchestra will hold a fundraising concert to be performed by pianist Anthony Cornet at 7 p.m. Sunday at St. John The Evangelist Parish in Altoona. more »»

Kitten caboodle

June 9, 2009 There’s no shortage of playmates for the hyper kittens at Central Pennsylvania Humane Society in Altoona. It’s officially kitten season, and the shelter has been inundated with felines. more »»

Taming their fears

June 8, 2009 The transition from elementary school to junior high school is huge. more »»

Mansion mavens

June 7, 2009 When Joel and Barbara Brown purchased their dream mansion in Hunting-don, it was the fulfillment of a mutual wish. more »»

Sweet rewards

June 6, 2009 TYRONE — With every spoonful of hot fudge and dash of rainbow sprinkles, the kindergartners at Tyrone Area Elementary School voiced their appreciation to the Kiwanis members serving ice cream sundaes. more »»

Altoona band competing for big gig

June 6, 2009 For more than 25 years, Musikfest in Bethlehem has been one of the biggest music events in Pennsylvania. more »»

More on tap

June 3, 2009 When Terry and Lillan Reed purchased the Knick­er­bocker Tavern in Altoona, it was an empty shell of a building — basking in the shadow of past glories. more »»

Ready or not, it's bikini season

June 2, 2009 NEW YORK — Don’t worry if you forgot about bikini season. more »»

 
 

 

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September 19, 2012 NEW YORK — During the final moments of what was meant to be a weekend of rejuvenation for the Occupy Wall Street movement, a key organizer looked to call it quits. more »»

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August 7, 2012 Tuesday night was a memorable one at Blair County Ballpark for many reasons. more »»

More wheels, more wings

June 25, 2009 EBENSBURG — Thousands are expected to attend Wheels and Wings, a vehicle and motorcycle show/wing fest to be held from 5 to 10 p.m. today in Ebensburg. more »»

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Area car club activities

May 29, 2009 Motorcycle Cruise-in, Woodbury Church of the Brethren invites everyone to a Motorcycle Cruise-in and Pig Roast on Saturday May 30 from 5 to 7 pm. more »»

'Strike a Pose'

May 18, 2009 Pauline Baker Rodgers School of Dance will present "Strike A Pose" beginning at 7 p.m. May 23 at the Jaffa Shrine. Tickets are $7 and may be purchased at the door. For more information, call 943-1339. more »»

Altoona Dance Theatre wins awards

May 13, 2009 Altoona Dance Theatre Company attended American Dance Awards, The Ultimate Challenge, in Pittsburgh. more »»

Holliday Dance wins at regionals

May 11, 2009 On March 27, 28 and 29, the Holliday Dance Competition Team traveled to Pittsburgh to compete in the Dance Educators of America Regional Dance Competitio. more »»

Editorials

Senate proposal no cure

June 22, 2009 Members of the Senate are being asked to vote on a health care bill that will be exceedingly costly for taxpayers in general — and that will increase the cost of medical treatment for tens of... more »»

Speak out now about tax hike

June 21, 2009 Gov. Ed Rendell raised the stakes for Pennsylvanians with his proposal for a half of a percentage point increase in the state’s personal income tax. more »»

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Relay support moving

June 12, 2009 It’s Relay for Life season, a time when communities all around us pull together to help fight cancer, the dreaded disease that has inflicted so many of our familie. more »»

Research housing options

June 7, 2009 Logan Township’s leaders need to do more research as they consider how to address a projected 500-student increase over the next few years at Penn State Altoon. more »»

Celestial voices

June 12, 2009 Four years ago, Celtic Woman traveled from Ireland to America and captivated millions with their songs of hope and love. The journey continue. more »»

Up and Coming

June 12, 2009 ‘Idol’ favorite plays Byham PITTSBURGH — “Ameri­can Idol” runner-up David Archuleta will be in concert at 8 p.m. July 28 at the Byham Theater. more »»

Back 'on the dark side'

June 5, 2009 If you can recall the movie “Eddie and the Cruisers,” chances are good you also remember John Cafferty and the Beaver Brown Band. more »»

Up and Coming

June 5, 2009 Play making touring debut PITTSBURGH — The first national touring production of “Legally Blonde: The Musical” will be presented Tuesday through June 14 at the Benedum Cente. more »»

'Better' Than Ever

May 29, 2009 When a musician has a history filled with three platinum albums, three gold albums, 25 Top 40 hits and a memorable No. 1 hit, it’s a bit of a surprise to hear him say his newest work is his best. more »»

Obituaries

Martha Dear

August 2, 2012 DEAR, Martha Jennira Logan, 24, of Toronto, OH, passed away Monday July 30, 2012. Martha was born in Steubenville on February 16, 1988 to Barbara Owens Logan. more »»

Goldie Elizabeth (Evans) Gribben

August 2, 2012 GRIBBEN, Goldie Elizabeth (Evans,) 88, of Jensen Beach, FL and a Florida resident since 1983, formally from Wintersville, OH. more »»

Darren Lee Owens

August 2, 2012 OWENS, Darren Lee, 50, of Onsted, Michigan, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, July 29, 2012, at St. Vincent's Hospital in Toledo, Ohio. more »»

David C. Stewart

August 2, 2012 STEWART, David C., 85, of Market Street, Yorkville, OH, formerly of Smithfield, OH, died Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2012, at East Ohio Regional Hospital, Martins Ferry, OH. He was born Aug. more »»

Robert Clevenger

August 2, 2012 CLEVENGER, Robert L. "Bob", passed away Monday, July 30, 2012 at home. He was born June 8, 1930, son of the late Oren Boyd and Wavelene Davis Clevenger, of Industrial, W. more »»

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December 18, 2012 WHEELING — Elm Grove Pharmacy employee Stacee Hess on Monday identified Melody Fisher as the woman who came inside the business in late May just moments before an armed Kevin Walnoha entered the... more »»

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July 28, 2013 Tropical Storm Flossie was expected to begin affecting Maui County mid-to-late morning today with its gusty winds and heavy rains, and county and state officials began to make preparations for the... more »»

Local Sports

Baer, Shaffer power Johnston Realty to win

June 25, 2009 BELLWOOD — Johnston Realty’s Matt Baer hit a three-run homer and drove in five runs, and John Shaffer hit a grand slam and drove in five runs in a 20-0 victory over East Coast Gun Sales in a Greater... more »»

Corporal Miller hangs on in slugfest

June 25, 2009 Will Snyder and Shawn Conrad drove in three runs, and Cody Henderson drove in two runs for Corporal Miller in a 17-14 victory over Sheetz in a George B. Kelley Federation game Wednesday at Vets Field. more »»

AAOC now 15-3

June 25, 2009 Jared Keller and Ethan Wise each drove in three runs for Altoona Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center in a 15-4 win over Furrer Beverage in the Altoona Teener Major League at Seitz Field Wednesda. more »»

Three area players make PSCA team

June 24, 2009 From Mirror reports Three area girls have been selected to the Pennsylvania Softball Coaches Association all-state softball first team. more »»

City League teams honor slain teen

June 24, 2009 Tuesday night was a memorable one at Blair County Ballpark for many reasons. more »»

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