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June 30, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Wildfires blamed for second death; 350 homes burned

COLORADO SPRINGS,... More...

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A Bedford resident saw a cougar. Ron Fleming of Bedford said he and his wife, Aubrey, were... More...

Special Sections

Local

Free us for the 4th of July

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Police

A Claysburg man allegedly damaged a pool with a wayward bullet. According to state police, Richard... More...

Blood donations urged

The American Red Cross has an emergency need for blood donors of all blood types. According to a... More...

Local Sports

2012 Bedford Gazette Girls Track and Field All-Stars

The Bedford Gazette Girls Track and Field All-Star team is made up of a lot of familiar faces, but... More...

Olympic Trials always are events to look forward to

Every four years, I become a fanatic Olympic fan. I am not sure how many years I have taped all the... More...

Bedford’s birthday bash ended prematurely by storm

Mother Nature must have misplaced the memo that it was the Bedford Speedway’s 76th birthday... More...

State budget passed with hours to spare

Plan increases spending, cuts services for the poor

HARRISBURG,... More...

Congress passes student loans, highway jobs bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress emphatically approved legislation Friday preserving jobs on... More...

Renewed Pleasantville rec park nearly complete

PLEASANTVILLE — It can get kind of hectic at the Pleasantville Recreation Park as children... More...

Obituaries

William H. Spade - 2018-05-23
Luella Dorothea Kraft - 2018-05-22
Mark Edward McConnell - 2018-05-22
Melvin E. Miller - 2018-05-22
Rita M. Rose-Grine - 2018-05-22
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

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  • 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
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State/National

Earth adds leap second

WASHINGTON (AP) — Saturday night will stretch longer by a second. A leap second. ... More...

Senate budget plan has more for education

In comparison to Gov. Tom Corbett’s proposed budget, the Senate’s proposed budget for... More...

Corbett’s education package on hold

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Most of... More...

Editorial

Fake record not crime

The Supreme Court has ruled, rightly in our view, that wearing unearned... More...

Health care history

The Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Barack Obama’s health care law follows... More...

Baptists’ black president

For the first time in its history, the Southern Baptist Convention, which was created in 1845 as a... More...

State/National Sports

Couples grabs advantage in Senior Players at Fox Chapel

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Defending champion Fred Couples birdied the final three holes in sweltering... More...

Blake upsets Bolt

KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — The Fastest Man in the World wasn’t the fastest man in Jamaica... More...

Pirates whip Cardinals 14-5 for third win in row

ST. LOUIS ( AP) — Clint Barmes, pinch- hitter Alex Presley and Garrett Jones each homered in... More...