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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

Stephen L. Unger - 2018-01-19
Obituary Correction - 2018-01-19
Margaret G. Baker - 2018-01-18
Belva Mae Logeston - 2018-01-18
George E. Hutzell - 2018-01-18
Mabel Baker Jordan - 2018-01-17
Kenneth W. Watkins - 2018-01-17
Kurt W. Moorhead - 2018-01-17
Eva Mae Strenski - 2018-01-16
Obituary correction - 2018-01-16
Ronald E. Fochtman - 2018-01-15
Donna E. Snyder - 2018-01-15
Patricia R. Wilson - 2018-01-15
Lois C. Miller - 2018-01-15
Marcia E. Thompson - 2018-01-15
Clifford J. Simmons - 2018-01-15
Wayne L. Thompson - 2018-01-15
Audrey L. Stavola - 2018-01-13
Hortense E. Keays - 2018-01-13
Margaret M. Maslanik - 2018-01-13
Audrey L. Stavola - 2018-01-12
Merle Abe Barton - 2018-01-11
Jennifer Sue Kania - 2018-01-11
Sean Thomas Reilly - 2018-01-11
Ray Vincent Chathams - 2018-01-11
E. Irene Duppstadt - 2018-01-11
Eleanor W. Shambach - 2018-01-11
Ashley Sue Adolphson - 2018-01-10
Madelyn Oldham - 2018-01-10
Ruth Mary Gladfelter - 2018-01-10
Catherine June Simmons - 2018-01-10
Tom Bowser - 2018-01-09
Janyth Kay Thomas - 2018-01-09
Terrence D. Hann - 2018-01-09
Betty Jane Hess - 2018-01-09
Christopher V. Brockey - 2018-01-08
Catherine E. Matulnes - 2018-01-08
David Mark Becker - 2018-01-06
Dorlin Waldo Hay - 2018-01-06
Rodney L. Hasting - 2018-01-05
Robert A. Berger - 2018-01-04
Shirley J. Kensinger - 2018-01-04
Gregory G. Weyant - 2018-01-04
Linda D. Kurtz - 2018-01-03
Stephen L. Unger - 2018-01-03
Elvin F. Marshall - 2018-01-03
Erma L. Bulger - 2018-01-02
James Alan Feather - 2018-01-02
Robin Feathers - 2018-01-02

Regional Classifieds
  • Cove Creek Salvage ¥ Buyers of all types of scrap metals ¥ Now offering Container Service ¥ Cash paid for late model wrecked cars & trucks ¥ Removal of junk vehicles available 814-847-0026
  • IMMEDIATE OPENING AVAILABLE! Bedford Health Care facility seeking a self-motivated, detail oriented, computer literate candidate who enjoys working with people. Position is 30-35 hrs/wk including some evenings. Pay is determined by skills and experience. Send resume and references to hrdesk@embarqmail.com
  • 2-BEDROOM, 2-BATH second floor apartment w/l.r., d.r. kitchen, laundry room, $900/mo. Most utilities included. No pets. Located above Cove Creek Outfitters, apply within.
  • Looking for Servers, Bartenders & Kitchen Staff. Apply in person at Blue Knob Club House or call 814-239-1024
  • PET GROOMING & BOARDING Stottlemyer's Groom ÔN Board 2-1/2 miles from Bedford on Egolf Road. Hours by appointment only 814-623-2374
  • 772A Notice of Intent to Remediate to an Environmental Standard Pursuant to the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act, the act of May 19, 1995, P.L. 4, No. 1995-2 (Act 2), notice is hereby given that Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc., on behalf of Agracel Inc., has submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, a Notice of Intent to Remediate the property located at 550 Sunnyside Road, Bedford, Bedford County, Pennsylvania. This Notice of Intent to Remediate state that the site is a former exercise equipment manufacturing facility. The site has volatile organic compound impacts to soil and groundwater associated with historic operation as a manufacturing facility. The proposed remediation measures may include removal of underground storage tanks, engineering and institutional controls in the form of maintaining onsite building slabs and asphalt parking areas, and an environmental covenant to prevent contact with impacted soils and groundwater. The proposed future use of the property will be non-residential. Agracel plans to use the site-specific standard at the site. Act 2 provides for a 30-day public comment period for site specific standard remediation. The 30-day comment period is initiated with the publication of this notice. Until 10 days from the published date, Bedford Township may elect to be involved in the development of the remediation and reuse plans for the site. Bedford Township may also submit a request to Agracel during this 30- day comment period to develop and implement a public involvement plan. Copies of these requests and of any comments should also be submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Environment Protection at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110.
  • 2 Mobile Homes for rent in the Everett Area. References and Security Deposit Required. These are both no smoking and no pet homes. Applications can be picked up at Gary's Homes.
  • 2 Bedroom Apt near Bedford-Second Floor with balcony & Off street parking, Stove, Refrigerator, & laundry hook up included, No Smoking, No Pets, $500/per month plus security deposit, No utilities included, Call 814-585-2125
  • LOOKING FOR DRIVER, must be at least 18 years old, 40 hours per week, must be able to work Saturdays. Must have clean driving record. Send resume to P.O. Box 345, Bedford, PA. 15522.
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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...