SUBSCRIBE TODAY to have total access 24 hours a day to your Bedford Gazette.

April 26, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Strike up the band

Full Story

Special Sections


Green improvements proceed

Full Story

Car flips on business Route 220

The driver of this Nissan Stanza escaped injuries in this single-car accident Wednesday evening... More...

Regional briefs

Motorist dies in Orbisonia crash ORBISONIA — One motorist died in a two-vehicle crash Monday... More...


Political Cartoon

Full Story

Must seek own truth

A s a lightning rod for criticism, Wal- Mart Stores Inc. is the kind of company that should go out... More...

Nuclear age safeguards

While the world fixates on the latest gasbagging and saber-rattling from globally sanctioned but... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates split doubleheader with visiting Rockies

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Carlos Gonzalez shielded his eyes from the sun and stuck out his... More...

Capitals beat Bruins 2-1 in overtime to advance

BOSTON (AP) — Joel Ward slammed home a rebound at 2:57 of overtime to give Washington a 2- 1... More...

Padres lose second straight to Nationals, 7-2

SAN DIEGO ( AP) — The results have been predictable when the San Diego Padres have faced the... More...

Court could OK immigration law

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bucking the Obama administration, Supreme Court justices seemed to find... More...

Teachers comment on Ridge contract

With a three-year contract approved by the Chestnut Ridge Education Association and School Board,... More...

Of food supply risks, mad cow not high on list

WASHINGTON (AP) — If the mad cow found in California has you wondering about food safety,... More...

Top of th' Morning

Everett Municipal Authority will flush hydrants next week. Weather permitting, the authority will... More...


James R. Calhoun - 2015-10-10
Robert R. Reed - 2015-10-10
Archie L. Rodgers - 2015-10-10
Joseph E. Price - 2015-10-10
John Allen Ford - 2015-10-09
Marie C. Lohr - 2015-10-09
Debbie A. Webb - 2015-10-09
Caroline S. Frazier - 2015-10-08
Charles Linburg Keller - 2015-10-08
Jack C. Kniseley - 2015-10-08
Nancy L. Bisbing - 2015-10-07
Blaine E. Turner - 2015-10-07
Jack R. Hughes - 2015-10-07
Eugene W. Roudabush - 2015-10-07
Willard H. Hinish - 2015-10-06
Henry B. Peight - 2015-10-06
A. Floyd Imes - 2015-10-06
Park D. Williams - 2015-10-06
Robert R. Reed - 2015-10-06
James Wood Donahue - 2015-10-05
Junior Earl Hanks - 2015-10-05
David Darr McCoy - 2015-10-05
Vera M. O’Neal - 2015-10-03
Dennis Lee Barnes - 2015-09-29
Debbie A. Webb - 2015-09-29
William G. Clark - 2015-09-29
Douglas D. Hockenberry - 2015-09-29
Fred H. Knisely - 2015-09-29
Jean Heltzel - 2015-09-28
C. Ann Ickes - 2015-09-28
George W. Leader - 2015-09-28
Harry E. Hanks - 2015-09-25
Shirley J. Benton - 2015-09-24
Linda L. Custer - 2015-09-24
Violet Coffman - 2015-09-24
Teresa Gayle Fox - 2015-09-24
Archie L. Rodgers - 2015-09-23
Irvin Victor Baldwin - 2015-09-22
Anna M. Beegle - 2015-09-21
Justina Cornelius Hall - 2015-09-21
Elizabeth C. Bohn - 2015-09-21

Regional Classifieds
  • $1500 Sign on Bonus!
  • 1-BEDROOM SECOND FLOOR APARTMENT. No pets. . Heat and water provided, $500/mo.. Call 814-977-0292 or 814-285-1450 daytime.
  • 2-BEDROOM, 1 BATH MOBILE HOME FOR RENT in Pleasantville, $375/mo. includes sewerage and garbage collection. No smoking. No pets. Phone 814-696-4244.
  • 3-BEDROOM, 1-1/2 BATH RUSTIC CABIN FOR RENT. Large yard to mow and trim. 2-car detached garage. Must love the country. $750/mo. 814-977-4674.
  • GE 8-cycle Deluxe heavy duty energy saver washer, $175. White Westinghouse heavy-duty dryer, $125. Additional washer and dryer available. 814-652-0198.
  • NOTICE TO OUR READERS: While work at home advertising is often legitimate, we advise our readers to fully investigate, the background of any company before paying a fee. "If it sounds too good to be true", it probably is. Proceed with caution if you are asked to send money or in calling 900 numbers. All phone numbers prefixed by "900" are charged to the caller on a per minute or per call basis. THE BEDFORD GAZETTE makes every effort to qualify these charges for the reader. Remember if you have any doubts, "investigate."
  • GARAGE SALE- October 9,10, 9am-3pm, 1183 Younts Road, Bedford. Girl's size 10/12, toys, Wii games/access. country decor, misc.


Parents make plea for 6-year-old’s return

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) — The parents of a 6-year-old girl who disappeared from her home over the... More...

Casey challenger must unite party, raise cash

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Tom Smith thrashed the candidate endorsed by Gov. Tom Corbett and the... More...

Senate votes to slow closing of post offices

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate offered a lifeline to the nearly bankrupt... More...

Local Sports

Fluke, Panthers dominate Hornets in 10-0 win

HYNDMAN — There were plenty of trains moving through Hyndman on Wednesday afternoon. And the... More...

Hyndman girls open up against Northern Bedford

HYNDMAN — After two innings of play on Wednesday, the Northern Bedford Lady Black Panthers... More...

Everett tops Ridge, other local boys teams are winners

FISHERTOWN — Everett downed Chestnut Ridge on Wednesday, 11-0. Anthony Johnson had four hits,... More...