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June 15, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Former Bedford man fighting Colo. wildfire

Although he works for the National Forestry Service in Montana, a Bedford High School graduate is... More...

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Local

Police

State police are looking for a Hopewell woman. State police said the sister of the owner of 214... More...

Temporary Riddlesburg Bridge going in

The Riddlesburg Bridge is in the process of being upgraded and New Enterprise Stone and Lime Co.,... More...

Farm market

MORRISONS COVE LIVESTOCK AUCTION Martinsburg June 11, 2012... More...

World

Egypt court dissolves Islamist-led parliament

CAIRO ( AP) — Judges appointed by Hosni Mubarak dissolved the Islamist-dominated parliament... More...

UN observers enter town overrun by Syrian troops

BEIRUT (AP) — Smoldering buildings, looted shops, smashed cars and a strong stench of death... More...

Nobel peace laureate falls ill

BERN, Switzerland (AP) — A rock star welcome greeted Aung San Suu Kyi as she embarked on her... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg Legion battles past Stoystown, 11-5

CLAYSBURG — Knowing it needed nine players, the Claysburg Legion baseball team cut it close... More...

Hurricanes squeak past Saints, 7-6

SIDMAN — Bedford remained undefeated in the Cambria County League by holding off St. Michael,... More...

Gazette Tournament set to get underway

The 2012 Bedford Gazette Major League Tournament will kick off with a pair of games tonight at the... More...

Worship

Area churches plan special Father’s Day events

FATHER’S DAY appreciation luncheon will be served from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 16 at the... More...

Father’s Day sing-along planned

A Father’s Day concert and sing-along will be held at Yeager Lutheran Church at 6 p.m. June... More...

Hagans Family to sing

The Hagans Family from Christiana will be featured in a gospel sing at 7 p.m. June 16 at... More...

Everett staff ‘outsourcing’ on hold

EVERETT — A decision on “outsourcing” custodial and cafeteria services is on hold... More...

Obama, Romney duel in Ohio speeches

CLEVELAND (AP) — President Barack Obama cast his re-election race against Republican Mitt... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Brandyn J. Hammond Memorial 5K run and walk will be held Saturday. Registration and packet pick... More...

Obituaries

Jeffrey W. Felton - 2014-08-27
Kenneth C. Miller Jr. - 2014-08-27
George R. Bender - 2014-08-26
Vello Nolvak - 2014-08-26
Caryl E. Baraniak - 2014-08-23
Gloria J. Sturtz - 2014-08-23
Larry Milton Corbin - 2014-08-23
C. Robert Daugherty - 2014-08-23
Floyd Dale Murphy - 2014-08-22
Robert E. Belles - 2014-08-21
Linda Susan Wolfe - 2014-08-21
James R. Wallace - 2014-08-21
Cletis Ray Elliott - 2014-08-20
James L. Tenley - 2014-08-20
Rev. F. Louis Barth - 2014-08-19
James W. Sinclair - 2014-08-19
F. LaRue Martz - 2014-08-19
Herbert D. Hall - 2014-08-18
Connie R. Penrod - 2014-08-18
Karen D. Price - 2014-08-18
Maxine V. Frazier - 2014-08-15
Helena G. Bollman - 2014-08-14
Romaine W. Hrivnak - 2014-08-14
Chalmer L. Sell - 2014-08-14
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-13
Mary Round Pavlov - 2014-08-13
Elizabeth A. Babcock - 2014-08-12
Fred E. Steele - 2014-08-11
Max D. Valentine - 2014-08-11
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-09
Betty L. Kegg - 2014-08-09
C. Allen Bowen - 2014-08-08
Ellis J. Sollenberger - 2014-08-08
Judy A. Weist - 2014-08-08

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  • Yard Sale August 29 and 30th. 887 Hog Farm Road Osterburg. Sofa, Chair, Mower, Tools, and Household Items.
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  • YARD SALE- 326 E. Penn St., Thursday, Friday, August 28,29, 7am-4pm. Household items including clothes, shoes, rug, material, curtains, etc. Also 2-man inflatable kayak, paddles, life jackets, drill press, band saw, old fishing poles, outdoor furniture and much, much more.
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State/National

Pa. jobless rate steady in May

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — The unemployment rate in Pennsylvania held steady last month even as... More...

Seminar set

A free seminar, “Getting the Most From Your Long Term Health Care Insurance,” will be... More...

Accuser: I screamed in vain from basement

BELLEFONTE,... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Teen jobs shrivel

The oft-expressed obstacle to youngsters entering the labor market was that you couldn’t get... More...

Dems: ‘Do something’

Like a tennis match, one minute the ball is in Barack Obama’s court. His fans cheer wildly.... More...

State/National Sports

Orioles roll to a sweep of Pirates

BALTIMORE (AP) — Steve Pearce homered and drove in a career-high five runs, Matt Wieters had... More...

Mets, Reds continue interleague dominance

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit a leadoff homer and later connected for a... More...

Thompson fires a 66 at Open, Woods off to a solid start

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The lead at the U. S. Open belonged to Michael Thompson. The buzz came... More...