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March 7, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Everett student’s art wins top award

A junior at Everett High School won Best of Show in the 21st Annual Student Art Show, on display at... More...

Special Sections

Local

REI named to ‘Best Companies’ list

For the 15th consecutive year, Recreational Equipment Incorporated has been ranked among the... More...

Alum Bank woman to receive Detwiler award

An Alum Bank woman is being recognized by Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania for her... More...

County 4-H clubs mark 100th anniversary

Bedford County’s 4-H leaders and members will mark the 100th anniversary of 4-H in... More...

Local Sports

Moving On: Tussey girls top Greensburg CC

GREENSBURG — With at least one more game on the line, the Tussey Mountain Lady Titans... More...

Lemin reaches 1,000 points

GREENSBURG — The quest for 1,000 points is never an easy task.   Just ask Tussey... More...

Quaker Valley boys roll past Ridge

LEETSDALE — Chestnut Ridge couldn’t quite handle the pressure.  Open- floor... More...

Political action group in Bedford

Tony Esposito (left) and Joe Billington of the Lyndon Larouche movement’s Political Action... More...

Bedford man facing jury for 2010 crash

Testimony will continue today in the trial of a man the state labeled a habitual offender who was... More...

Top of th' Morning

Shooting on turnpike   State Police are investigating a shooting along the Pennsylvania... More...

Obituaries

Henry E. Leppert - 2017-08-16
Mary O. Snider - 2017-08-16
Paul W. Williams - 2017-08-16
Raymond E. Diehl - 2017-08-15
Eva M. Boyer - 2017-08-14
Ann H. Shaffer - 2017-08-12
Elizabeth Mae Stuby - 2017-08-12
Donald C. Lambert - 2017-08-11
Richard W. Heming - 2017-08-10
April T. Ross - 2017-08-10
Betty J. Furmanchick - 2017-08-09
Verna Lucille Ritchey - 2017-08-09
Laurence J. Mateljan - 2017-08-08
Daniel G. Pensyl - 2017-08-08
Ruth V. Dermer - 2017-08-07
Ruth Shuey Risser - 2017-08-07
Mary R. Page - 2017-08-07
Delores R. Thomas - 2017-08-07
Merriam J. Shab Smith - 2017-08-07
Andrew J. Domonkos - 2017-08-05
Steven R. Smith - 2017-08-05
Stanford P. Boyer - 2017-08-04
Betty J. Furmanchick - 2017-08-04
Barry J. Leighty, II - 2017-08-04
Richard Lee Ritchey - 2017-08-03
Obit correction - 2017-08-02
Robin M. Hillegas - 2017-08-01
Lois A. Knisely - 2017-08-01
Harry Max McDannell - 2017-07-31
Lillian M. Pepple - 2017-07-31
Janet M. Morgan - 2017-07-31
Theodore R. Eichler - 2017-07-29
Timothy H. Carey II - 2017-07-28
Eugene Leo Turner - 2017-07-28

Regional Classifieds
  • For Rent- Bedford Boro. 3-Bdr, applicances included. $650/mo. No pets. No smoking. Security deposit, first, and last month required. 814-494-1108
  • RIDGETOP ORCHARDS 2953 Valley Rd. Fishertown, PA PEACHES 814-839-4181 Monday- Saturday 9am-5pm www.ridgetoporchards.com
  • For Rent - Bedford Area ¥1-BD APARTMENT ¥2 & 3 BD MOBILE HOMES ¥MOBILE HOME SPACE ¥3-BD HOUSE - BEDFORD Security deposit. No pets. (814)623-1992
  • High-Paying Postal Jobs! No Experience Required! Don't pay for information about jobs with the Postal Service or federal government. Call the Federal Trade Commission toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP, or visit www.ftc.gov to learn more. A public service message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC.
  • The Huntingdon-Bedford-Fulton Area Agency on Aging encourages interested applicants to take Civil Service exams for the following classifications for future local government employment: L0657 Aging Care Manager 1 (starting $14.85/hr); L0635 Aging Care Manager 2 (starting $16.27/hr; L0811 Senior Center Operator 1 (starting $11.87/hr). Good benefit package. Access the Civil Service Comission's website at www.scsc.pa.gov to review test announcements, minimum experience & training requirements and completion of application for exams. The Agency is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
  • LEHMAN'S FARM Our Sweet Corn is Ready! Call to order CORN! Taking Orders for Green Beans & Red Beets & Tomatoes 432 Lehman Road New Paris 814-839-4247
  • Multi-Family Yard Sale Friday & Saturday August 18-19; 9am-4pm 480 Ridgewood Dr. (off Route 56 between Chestnut Ridge Schools) Stove, power tools, microwave, range hood, toys, car seats, crib mattress, pack-n-play, bouncer, corner bench with table, housewares, books, and children/adult clothing.
  • FOR SALE (3) Hustler Commercial Zero Turn Mowers; (2)Ride on; (1)Walk behind. Asking $2,300 each or $6,400 for all; North Star 200 gallon ski Sprayer with Honda Engine; 300ft hose and electric reel. Asking $1,600. All prices negotiable. For information call or text 814-285-0203.
  • Cove Creek Salvage ¥ Buyers of all types of scrap metals ¥ Cash paid for late model wrecked cars & trucks ¥ Removal of junk vehicles available 814-847-0026
  • Lost Pink Cell Phone at Summit Gym. Reward offered. Please call 494-8583

State/National

Lawsuit targets Pa.’s use of forest drilling money

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — An environmental advocacy group on Tuesday sued... More...

Pa. man tries high-fiving cop who gave DUI

TYRONE,... More...

News Briefs

Obama: Nation needs changes in tax laws... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

G8 move intriguing

Guest editorial

A ccording to the White House, when the thought came up to move the G-8 summit from Chicago —... More...

Romney’s luck

I t’s been a wild ride, but the story line of the Republican race remains remarkably simple... More...

State/National Sports

Pens’ Crosby gets cleared for contact

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sidney Crosby’s head is... More...

McCutchen inks new deal with Bucs

BRADENTON, Fla. (AP) — Andrew McCutchen sounded a bit... More...

Pitt opens Big East tourney with win over St. John’s

NEW YORK (AP) — Pittsburgh’s season has been unlike any of its recent ones, so why... More...