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May 14, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

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Food Distribution for the Bedford County Food Pantries has been scheduled. Distribution will happen... More...

Special Sections

Local

Northern Bedford After 3 enjoys day of activities

21st Century After 3 Program

Northern Bedford After 3 students were ecstatic about attending the After 3 culminating day event... More...

Police

A Hopewell man was arrested for DUI and other traffic offenses following a crash. Tyler K. Calhoun,... More...

Bedford Rotary wins PR awards

Bedford Rotary Club President Bryan Speck recently announced that the Club’s public relations... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Panel ignores military

House Republicans are determined to cut federal spending — except when the spending is on... More...

The moral infrastructure

The “ Occupy” movement, which the Obama administration and much of the media have... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates get past Astros in 12 innings, 3-2

PITTSBURGH (AP) — After four hours in the rain and with his team down to its fourth first... More...

Johnson gets 200th win for Hendrick

DARLINGTON, S.C. (AP) — Jimmie Johnson broke free on a restart three laps from the end in the... More...

Clippers survive to win Game Seven

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Kenyon Martin scored seven of his 11 points in the fourth quarter, and... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed transfers

George Felix Jr.* to George Felix Jr., W. St. Clair Twp., $1.  Lori B. Martin* to Cale E.... More...

JPMorgan exec on way out

NEW YORK (AP) — JPMorgan Chase is expected to accept the resignation of one of the... More...

Author tells her tale of Johnstown flood

An Arizona woman, who was born and raised in Blair County, held a book signing and gave a... More...

Obituaries

Michael F. Amick Sr. - 2018-05-21
Ruth B. Wilson - 2018-05-21
Clad D. Clark - 2018-05-21
James C. Brough - 2018-05-19
Jeffrey Neil Jonovich - 2018-05-19
John M. Miller - 2018-05-19
Jude A. Donatelli - 2018-05-19
Frances E. Defibaugh - 2018-05-18
Ethel P. Ranker - 2018-05-18
Steve Furmanchick - 2018-05-18
Richard Kund - 2018-05-18
John M. Miller - 2018-05-18
Linda Diane Hanks - 2018-05-17
Troy R. Mickel - 2018-05-17
Christopher Marshall - 2018-05-17
George H. Roberts - 2018-05-17
Doreen M. Edwards - 2018-05-14
Freda M. Endress - 2018-05-14
Carlyn Lee Williams - 2018-05-14
Memorial Service - 2018-05-14
Don ‘Pa’ Stewart - 2018-05-12
Wayne W. Baughman - 2018-05-12
Jeffrey L. Whisel - 2018-05-12
Edward L. Wolford - 2018-05-12
Barry John Fluke, Sr. - 2018-05-12
Jessie Loretta Deni - 2018-05-10
Galen C. Carson - 2018-05-09
Linda Diane Hanks - 2018-05-09
Beverly Oakes - 2018-05-09
Ruth M. Hoppe - 2018-05-08
Joseph F. Croyle - 2018-05-07
Paul W. Butler - 2018-05-05
Peter Elijah Emerick - 2018-05-04
Glenda Stickel - 2018-05-04
Martha Price - 2018-05-04
Memorial Service - 2018-05-04
Marjorie E. Mearkle - 2018-05-03
Peter Elijah Emerick - 2018-05-02
Wilma Mae Shaffer - 2018-05-02

Regional Classifieds
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  • SPORTS REPORTER The Bedford Gazette is now taking applications for a Sports Reporter who will focus on the 6 school districts in the Gazette coverage area. Send resume and 3 references to: jbeegle@bedfordgazette.com
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  • Laid off? Work from home. Be your own Bo$$! First, call the Federal Trade Commission to find out how to spot work-at-home schemes. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC.
  • Bedford-Somerset DBHS is recruiting for Clerk Typist 3. The Civil Service Application and Exam for future vacancies is open and will close on 6/23/18. Complex clerical experience req. Please call DBHS at 814-443-4891 ext. 4240 by 6/7/18, for more details. EOE.
  • 167A BID NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by the: Woodbury Township, 2nd class of Bedford County at P.O. Box 280, Woodbury, PA 16695 until 7:00 P.M. on June 7, 2018, for the following: PHASE 2 ITEM 4 44,389 S.Y. DOUBLE SEALCOAT WITH RS-2PM (E-2M)/CRS-2PM (E-3M) PHASE 2 ITEM 5 44,389 S.Y. FIBER REINFORCED SEAL COAT EACH PHASE TO BE BID AND AWARDED SEPARATELY PHASE 2 OPTION 1 = ITEM 4 ONLY PHASE 2 OPTION 2 = ITEM 5 ONLY Liquidated Damages Apply at the rate of $870.00 per calendar day. Proposals must be upon the forms furnished by the Municipality. For third class cities the bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of 10% of the bid, made payable to the municipality. For other municipal types it is the discretion of the municipality. A performance bond or certified check in the amount of 100% of the contract shall be furnished by the successful bidder within 20 days after the contract is awarded. The Municipality reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. Woodbury Township 2nd Class BY: Denise L. Ott, Sec/Treas May 3, 2018
  • 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."

State/National

Residents: Pa. ignoring drilling complaints

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pennsylvania Department of Health says it investigates every claim by... More...

State briefs

Woman bitten by rabid fox   ALLENTOWN,... More...

WTC sphere to be moved

NEW YORK (AP) — A spherical sculpture that endured the... More...

World

Greek coalition in serious doubt

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Talks to form a governing coalition in crisis- struck Greece are... More...

49 bodies dumped on Mexican highway

MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — Forty- nine bodies with their heads, hands and feet hacked off were... More...

Syrian violence bleeds into Lebanon

BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian forces killed at least five people when they raided a Sunni farming... More...

Local Sports

McConnellsburg’s big inning downs Tussey, 6-4

SAXTON — Coming off a doubleheader sweep on Thursday over Southern Fulton, the Tussey... More...

Lady Bulldogs earn 6-A top seed

The Claysburg baseball and softball teams have earned high seeds for the District 6-A playoffs,... More...

Titans rally from 5-0 deficit to top Spartans

SAXTON — Tussey Mountain rallied from a 5-0 deficit with two runs in the fifth and six in the... More...