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July 20, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Inmate’s death investigated

Prison board discusses warden vacancy, maintenance

By Elizabeth Kohler Gazette Staff Writer An inmate’s death earlier this month appears to be... More...

Whooping cough rising rapidly

ATLANTA (AP) — The U.S. appears headed for its worst year for whooping cough in more than... More...

Special Sections

Local

Zoo inspection done at ICC

FAIRHOPE — Inspectors were on site Thursday at the International Conservation Center (ICC)... More...

Military bikers stop in Breezewood

BREEZEWOOD — The several dozen bicycle riders of the Sea to Shining Sea ride all appeared to... More...

Martinsburg man held for arsons

EVERETT — A Martinsburg man allegedly involved in a string of arsons that occurred over a... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Campaign sputter

I n February, Republicans were confident that gasoline prices would be a winning political issue in... More...

Looking forward to debates

President Barack Obama’s re- election campaign is in serious... More...

State/National Sports

Big Ten may give Delany power to fire coaches

In the wake of the scandal at Penn State, the Big Ten Conference is considering a plan to give its... More...

City of Grambling wants Paterno’s record vacated

An attorney for the city of Grambling, La., has asked the NCAA infractions committee to vacate some... More...

Reds rally past D-Backs

CINCINNATI (AP) — Brandon Phillips homered and had five RBIs, then scored the goahead run in... More...

DUI fund ‘found,’ then ‘lost’ again

The Bedford County commissioners and President Judge Thomas Ling clashed earlier this week over a... More...

Everett seeks cook, custodial services again

EVERETT — Everett Area School Board voted Thursday to issue a second request for proposals to... More...

Youth football league equipped for season

Bedford’s youth football league is ready to start its season now that the organization has... More...

Top of th' Morning

An Imler woman received a call allegedly from Publishers Clearinghouse. Barbara Bollman said the... More...

Obituaries

Patricia E. Colvin - 2015-07-03
Jerry Lee Snyder - 2015-07-03
Eileen L. Schreiter - 2015-07-03
Louise A. Stoudnour - 2015-07-03
Ethel L. Cook - 2015-07-02
Margaret A. Miller - 2015-07-02
Linda Fleegle Romani - 2015-07-02
William T. Howsare - 2015-07-02
Elma H. Rose - 2015-07-02
Sylvia Jean Fessler - 2015-07-01
William T. Howsare - 2015-07-01
Nevaline Kochamp - 2015-07-01
Clair T. Baker - 2015-06-30
Daniel C. Peck - 2015-06-30
Father Leroy O. Beyer - 2015-06-30
Cloette D. Defibaugh - 2015-06-29
Milo C. Uber - 2015-06-29
C. Elizabeth Ott - 2015-06-29
Pamela C. Pensyl - 2015-06-26
Donald R. Fluke - 2015-06-25
Patricia D. Mueller - 2015-06-25
Walter E. Wallace - 2015-06-25
Louise G. Knauer - 2015-06-25
Pamela C. Pensyl - 2015-06-25
Robert L. Satzer - 2015-06-24
Monty S. Guyer - 2015-06-23
James T. Fisher - 2015-06-22
John Ray Koontz - 2015-06-20
Katrina Aine Willis - 2015-06-20
Pearl L. Clark - 2015-06-19
James A. Zelanko - 2015-06-19
Vernon C. Miller - 2015-06-18
Anna Louise Cessna - 2015-06-17
Joanne F. McCarthy - 2015-06-17
Rev. Michael Olivieri - 2015-06-17
Memorial Service - 2015-06-17
Richard L. Adams - 2015-06-16
Christine E. George - 2015-06-16
Robert B. Wolfe - 2015-06-15

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State/National

Corbett didn’t tell PSU trustees of investigation

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) —... More...

Six killed in crash in N.Y. work zone

ANTWERP, N.Y. (AP) — An SUV burst into flames and six people were killed on a northern New... More...

State briefs

U.S. chamber touts Pa. gas drilling HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania business and... More...

World

Syria’s Assad on TV after bombing

BEIRUT ( AP) — Syrian President Bashar Assad made his first appearance Thursday since a bomb... More...

Local Sports

Liberty Days 5K winners

The top three male and female runners at the Roaring Spring Liberty Days 5K were (left to right):... More...

Physicals

Chestnut Ridge student athletes entering grades 7–12 must obtain a pre-participation sports... More...

Bulletin Board

Chestnut Ridge High School in conjunction with the CR Touchdown Club will be hosting the 5th Annual... More...

Worship

The Churchmen featured in gospel sing Saturday

THE CHURCHMEN from Collinsville, Va., will be featured in a gospel sing at 7 p.m. July 21 at... More...

Students collect for food bank

From June 25 to 29, there were no less than 15 children each day at the Rainsburg Community Church... More...