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March 6, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Hyndman gets grant for ballfield improvements

HYNDMAN — Plans are moving ahead for renovations at Hyndman Borough ballfield, improvements... More...

Special Sections

Local

Local snowboarder wins

Bedford snowboarder Dan Genditzki successfully defended his halfpipe title at Seven Springs Ski... More...

Community foundation seeks public input

The Community Foundation for the Alleghenies is seeking public input in a strategic planning... More...

HOPE students celebrate reading

HOPE for Hyndman spent last week celebrating Dr. Seuss week that culminated in Read Across America... More...

Local Sports

Ridge boys, Tussey girls in Play-In’s

Lions visit Quaker Valley, while Lady Titans are at Greensburg CC

The two basketball teams from the coverage area that are still in action hope to play their way... More...

Similar paths to top for Dively and Dodson

Claysburg seniors are in select company among career wins leaders

Wherever Ty Dively has been on the high school wrestling scene, James Dodson is close... More...

Sports Schedule

TUESDAY, MARCH 6 Girls Basketball PIAA Class AA Play-in Game ( 5- 2) Tussey Mountain... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Joshua Kifer and Chelsie Kimberling of New Enterprise are pleased to announce the birth of a son.... More...

Bedford asked to ‘gift’ Egolf Park

Bedford Borough Council was asked Monday to “gift” Egolf Park to Snake Spring Township,... More...

Gerholt murder trial set for Aug.

After numerous continuances, Senior Judge Daniel Howsare has set a date and “does not intend... More...

Md. man sentenced for assault on child

A Maryland man was sentenced to 18 1/2 to 37 years in prison for “sexually mutilating”... More...

Top of th' Morning

Bedford County Day is Sunday, March 11. The events, celebrating the 241st birthday of Bedford... More...

Obituaries

William M. Strayer Jr. - 2017-02-20
Dale L. Price - 2017-02-18
Nancy Green - 2017-02-18
Sandy M. Crawford - 2017-02-17
Sharon Sinclair-Snyder - 2017-02-17
Mary Jane Whitesell - 2017-02-17
Margaret F. Entrekin - 2017-02-17
L. Faith Horner - 2017-02-17
Jennifer (Angelo) Meck - 2017-02-16
Mark (Marck) Robinson - 2017-02-16
Ruby V. Shroyer - 2017-02-16
Thomas L. Spencer - 2017-02-14
Paul M. Calhoun - 2017-02-13
Richard A. May - 2017-02-13
Brent Allen Pensyl - 2017-02-13
Glen M. Johnson - 2017-02-11
Lois Mae Sollenberger - 2017-02-11
Stanley W. Corley Sr. - 2017-02-10
Michael Brady Rininger - 2017-02-10
Cheyanne Marie Powell - 2017-02-10
Dacota Emily Powell - 2017-02-10
Mark B. Atkinson - 2017-02-09
Shirley M. Conner - 2017-02-09
S. June Gosnell - 2017-02-09
Harold Grant Bishop - 2017-02-08
Arnold R. Miller - 2017-02-08
Minnie E. Miller - 2017-02-07
Derek Shane Burr - 2017-02-04
Mary Amelia Machtley - 2017-02-04
Erma Ruth Ling - 2017-02-04
Ronald W. Bingham - 2017-02-03
Carlton F. Rinker - 2017-02-03
Gary Francis Suggars - 2017-02-03
Roger A. Dodson - 2017-02-02
Geraldine A. Logsdon - 2017-02-02
Brenda J. Sacratini - 2017-02-02
Dena M. Beck - 2017-02-01
Steven C. Good - 2017-02-01
Derek Shane Burr - 2017-02-01

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  • Love In Action International Ministries (LIAIM) A 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-denominational organization focused on establishing and operating children's homes in Latin America, is currently seeking a Director of Development. The primary duties of this position are to lead marketing efforts, discover new funding opportunities, maintain current funding networks, and organize fundraising events in support of the operational, growth, and home office functions of this ministry. The primary work setting is at LIAIM's home office in Altoona, PA; however the successful candidate should expect some out of town travel. Candidate should possess the following qualifications: ¥ Strong organizational, communication and presentation skills across verbal, visual, and written models. ¥ Preferred: Bachelor's degree in business, marketing, communications, or non-profit leadership/development ¥ Computer expertise in Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Outlook, Access, as well as other marketing, fundraising, and publishing applications; Internet proficiency and experience with various social networks. ¥ 3+ years of experience in fundraising ¥ Highest degree of ethics and integrity ¥ High level of initiative; able to work independently and with a team ¥ Strong relationship building and solicitation skills ¥ Goal setting, planning, and execution ¥ Business math skills ¥ Passion for the mission of this ministry and strong desire to promote it For more information about LIAIM, our vision and mission, and a full Director of Development position description, visit our web site at www.liaim.com Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume that includes both personal and professional references in PDF form to Gary Zimmerman, Director of LIAIM at: liaim@aol.com Starting salary range is $45,000 to $55,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
  • HIRING! Valley Community Services is hiring several Home and Community Habilitation Staff to provide supports in the home and community setting in the Bedford County Area. ¥Services offer competitive wages and flexible scheduling. HCH Staff help individuals with intellectual disabilities improve and maintain daily living skills and participate in community activities. Must be dependable and have good communication skills. High school diploma or a GED and valid PA driver's license and pre-employment drug testing required, so is the ability to obtain background clearances. Experience preferred but not required. If interested, please contact Kelly Fetsko at 814-418-3425 or kfetsko@valleycs.org. EOE
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State/National

EPA heightens scrutiny over drilling

DIMOCK, Pa. (AP) — Tugging on rubber gloves, a laboratory worker kneels before a gushing... More...

Hurricane center expects better predictions soon

CHARLESTON, S.C. (AP) — The director of the National Hurricane Center expects the agency soon... More...

Voter bill heads to Senate vote

HARRISBURG,... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Bus ads bad idea

Guest editorial

There’s nothing like exploiting a captive audience. That’s exactly what the Parkland... More...

Redistricting mess

Column

Some may wring their hands and complain, but Michael Schlossberg is basking on the bright side of... More...

State/National Sports

Study: Athletes return too soon

Of 14,635 high- school sports injuries reported during the 2008-10 school years, 1,936 (13.2... More...

Penguins score 2-1 home victory over Coyotes

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Zybnek Michalek and Chris Kunitz scored three minutes apart in the first... More...

Pirates close to contract extension with McCutchen

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Pirates have spent most of the last two decades grooming... More...