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This kid has a future.

For The Love Of Bass, Guitar and Music
This kid is great!!! 🔥🔥🔥

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Listen all week for your chance at a 6 pack of "Wild Numbers 20x" the new game from The Pennsylvania Lottery with 10 top prizes of $100,00. We'll tell you when to call and caller 7 gets the 6 pack.. Listen today during the 6 o'clock hour with Igor & Kim and 4 o'clock hour.

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Meet Our Wedding Belles:
Jonnie Mascho It's funny how God's plan for true love is revealed only in his perfect timing. We probably first met back in middle school at some sporting event, seeing as that was what consumed both of our childhood lives. In high school we attended a majority of each other's events and possibly even had a few classes together, but neither of us ever gave much notice (other than the occasional passerby "hello" in the hallway). Our senior year, we both won the same athletic awards and even stood next to each other in the ceremonial photo. This has to be the forever destined moment right? Wrong, neither of us even remember holding a conversation the entire 7 years we went to school together. Well, so much for that. Off our separate ways to the college of our choosing, which ended up being 5 hours apart and 4 years later without a single word being spoke, we graduated. I know, such a romantic beginning. A few years went by, for Jonnie working in Bradford and for Cody, travelling the country playing football but struggling to find a true purpose with what he wanted in life. Later, Cody decided to head back to Bradford and join the Army. No matter how hard you try to plan your own destiny and create your own idea of a successful future, God's plan will always prevail and be the correct path taken. It wasn’t until Cody moved back to Bradford that we both started talking. After a few short months the feelings were mutual, but it was time for Cody to leave for the Army. No cell phones, no internet. Just pen and paper with a two - three week delay from the postal service to receive the letters. How can you start a relationship just by writing letters and if you never get to see the person? We both wrote each other every single day and with some heavy influence from Cody's bunk mates at basic training and Jonnie's busy work schedule we made it work and started dating thousands of miles apart. Through this time we have spent a majority of our relationship at a distance, yet everyday our hearts grow closer. Our experienced past has led us to learn from our mistakes in other relationships and help us grow closer as a united couple. Even though we only see each other for a few days every 5 months or so, we are very dedicated to each other. Jonnie finally had the chance to visit Cody at Fort Carson in Colorado around Christmas last year. After 2 years, Cody proposed and we both could not be happier. We cherish every phone call, video chat, and package sent knowing someday our physical distances will be a fond memory of the past that helped us build the foundation in our relationship as we look to finally start a life together in the same location.
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Listen all week for your chance at a 6 pack of "Wild Numbers 20x" the new game from The Pennsylvania Lottery with 10 top prizes of $100,00. We'll tell you when to call and caller 7 gets the 6 pack.. Listen today during the 10 o'clock hour and 1 o'clock hour.

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(Update 4/17 11:18 AM) Post Officials have confirmed that the sales lobby and Post Office Box lobby will be closed until further notice, but want to emphasize that mail delivery and pickup from blue boxes will be unaffected. Residents can expect their mail delivery as usual, and can drop letters and packages at blue pickup boxes with the assurance that the mail will be collected.

The Post Office also wishes to thank the public for their concern and understanding during this situation.

(Edited with details 4/17 10:30 AM)

A car drove through the front of the Bradford Post Office this morning.

Police and firefighters responded to the scene shortly before 8 AM after a 2018 Toyota Rav 4 went through the front windows and into the customer service lobby. There was substantial damage to the building and moderate damage to the vehicle, but neither the drivers nor any post office employees were injured.

The Post Office is temporarily closed until their maintenance department determines it is safe to resume operations.

The investigation is continuing.
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