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July 7, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Officials worry about drowning risk in heat

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — As heat across a big chunk of the U.S. drives people into pools and... More...

Too hot for the animals, too

A sun bear reacts to triple-digit temperatures at the Henry Doorly Zoo Omaha, Neb., Friday, where... More...

Special Sections

Local

Tuxedoed cats, dog

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Former Bedford resident seeks help for veterans shelter

A former Bedford resident is asking the community to help an Alabama non-profit win a contest that... More...

Hunting season

It’s time for me to heave a big sigh and admit that hunting season is over — at least... More...

Local Sports

2012 Bedford Gazette Baseball All-Stars

This past season in local baseball action saw many accomplishments, and many of the players that... More...

2012 Bedford Gazette Baseball All-Stars

First Team Position Name Grade School... More...

Curve rally to top R-Phils

ALTOONA — Matt Curry was 4- for- 5 with four RBI while Jarek Cunningham was 3-for-4 with two... More...

Economy records another weak month

WASHINGTON (AP) — The American job machine has... More...

Inheritance tax dropped for farmers

NEW ENTERPRISE — Farm families across the state no longer have to worry about paying an... More...

Two killed as storm hits Great Smokies

TOWNSEND,... More...

Top of th' Morning

Flora and fauna are on exhibit at the Bedford County Arts Center this weekend. The gallery will be... More...

Obituaries

Gloria (Smith) Miller - 2016-12-08
Beverly Jane Paul - 2016-12-08
Linda K. Reifsteck - 2016-12-08
William Glenn Koontz - 2016-12-07
Carolee H. Waugerman - 2016-12-07
Janet G. Leydig - 2016-12-07
Glenn E. Shaffer - 2016-12-07
Louise Donivan - 2016-12-06
Georgia I. Hall - 2016-12-05
Shirley L. Sheirer - 2016-12-05
Richard R. Heming - 2016-12-03
Lois M. Bingham - 2016-12-02
Lois M. Bingham - 2016-12-01
Carol Jean Russell - 2016-12-01
Robert Perrin - 2016-12-01
Grace E. Keeney - 2016-11-30
Paul William Fetter - 2016-11-29
A. Jane Hoover - 2016-11-29
Grace A. Meyers - 2016-11-29
Harold Ray Crawford - 2016-11-28
Edward C. May - 2016-11-28
Melvin E. Davis - 2016-11-28
Patricia D. Ritchey - 2016-11-28
Jane Hoover - 2016-11-26
James Vernon Thomas - 2016-11-26
Mary Louise Bittlebrun - 2016-11-25
Lois C. Weaver - 2016-11-24
Walter Cecil Growden - 2016-11-23
Bonnie Lou Forrester - 2016-11-23
Wilma G. Morse - 2016-11-23
Janet G. Leydig - 2016-11-22
Marie Kay Manges - 2016-11-22

Regional Classifieds
  • ONE & TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS- Available immediately. Lease and security deposit required. No pets. Call for additional details (814)623-5900.
  • ABSOLUTELY NO TRESPASSING on the ground leased by Willard E. Knisely on Sproul Mountain Bloomfield Township Zero Tolerance!
  • 663 MEETING NOTICE The HOPE for Hyndman Charter School will be holding a regular monthly Board Meeting Thursday, December 15 at 5:30 p.m. in room 111 of the school.
  • PART-TIME COOK Starting at $10/hour. Apply in person at the Everett American Legion, 611 W. Main St., Everett.
  • 2-BDR, 1-Bath- Brick ranch home in Breezewood, 2 car garage, new roof, oil heat, easy to heat. $87,000 negotiable. (814)784-3354
  • BEDFORD BOROUGH: 2BR Townhouse, nice, carpet throughout, laundry area. Garbage/lawncare/snow removal. Security deposit. Non-Smoking. NO PETS. Credit reference. (814)310-2382.
  • Direct Support Professionals Career providing support for people with intellectual disabilities. Must be available for all shifts in our Bedford location. If you are a caring, compassionate person please join us in our goal of ÒSupporting People for a Lifetime'. No experience necessary. Paid training available. Must have valid PA driver's license. When positions become available, benefits for part and full time employees include health, vision, dental insurance, immediate accrual of vacation/sick time, nine overtime paid holidays for timed worked plus paid day off for birthday, disability, life and other supplemental insurance available, Verizon Wireless discount, and optional retirement plan. Call Tangie at (814)623-8355 to schedule interview. E.O.E.
  • 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."
  • BEDFORD BORO One & Two Bedroom Apartments MANY EXTRAS INCLUDED!!! Laundry available on-site. No pets. No smoking. Security Deposit and 1-year lease required (814)979-1608
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State/National

Inmate fakes seizures, calls for taxi

BEAVER, Pa. (AP) — Sheriff’s deputies say a western Pennsylvania county jail inmate... More...

Rewritten Pa. redistricting plan challenged

HARRISBURG,... More...

U.S. to begin new phase of hypersonic flight program

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Defense Department’s research arm will seek proposals next month... More...

Editorial

Running red lights

There must be something about the summer heat in Harrisburg that causes Pennsylvania lawmakers to... More...

Old Photo Album

Gary, left, and Larry Ickes were a few months over 1 year of age when this photo was taken on the... More...

Arthur St. Clair’s role

This week we celebrated the 39 courageous American Patriots who signed the Declaration of... More...

State/National Sports

Giants end Pirates’ win streak with 6-5 victory

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Melky Cabrera hit his eighth homer of the season, Ryan Theriot drove in... More...

Federer, Murray wins set up Wimbledon title showdown

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Roger Federer is back in the Wimbledon final for the first time... More...

New faces dot the landscape during baseball’s first half of 2012

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Mike Trout is burning up the base paths in Los Angeles. Bryce Harper is... More...