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July 24, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Goodies up for grabs

A large crowd gathered in the 4-H building at the the Bedford Fair for the annual baked goods... More...

Top of th' Morning

Today is the Pennsylvania Lottery’s Seniors Day at the Bedford Fair. Admission is free to... More...

Special Sections

Local

Mercersburg band entertains

The Mercersburg Area Community Band is now in its 27th year, but Mercersburg first had a community... More...

Police

An Everett pair was involved in a physical altercation Sunday. State police said Randy Lee Imes,... More...

Bedford Rotary honors awardees

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Local Sports

Somerset tops Bedford in battle of regional unbeatens

Hurricanes need a victory today to stay alive in double-elimination tournament

LATROBE — Meeting up for the fifth time this season on Monday, the Bedford Hurricanes and the... More...

Curve earn fifth straight victory

READING — Adalberto Santos smashed his first two Double-A homers while Ramon Cabrera ended... More...

Martella’s leads Delweld in AAABA

JOHNSTOWN — Martella’s Pharmacy scored four runs in the top of the ninth inning to... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed transfers

Jeanette E. Yurasko* to Tony W. Strasiser*, Juniata Twp., $21,000.  Dana L. Kennell* to... More...

Two plead to role in arsons

Two of seven people charged in connection with a string of arsons in July and January entered... More...

7th suspect arraigned

The seventh person accused in a string of arsons was arraigned last week.  Keagan Parks, 23,... More...

NCAA sanctions slam Penn State

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — A potential exodus of star athletes. No hope of playing in the... More...

Alumni think NCAA went too far

Local Penn State alumni said Monday the NCAA sanctions announced as punishment for officials’... More...

Kart racing debuts at Bedford Fair track

Bedford Speedway welcomed a new kind of racing Monday night as the first official kart races were... More...

Obituaries

Jason C. Bush - 2017-02-22
Kenneth R. Mowry - 2017-02-22
Don M. Elbin - 2017-02-22
Thomas E. Bingham - 2017-02-21
John E. Criswell - 2017-02-21
Grace A. Weimer - 2017-02-21
William M. Strayer Jr. - 2017-02-20
Dale L. Price - 2017-02-18
Nancy Green - 2017-02-18
Sandy M. Crawford - 2017-02-17
Sharon Sinclair-Snyder - 2017-02-17
Mary Jane Whitesell - 2017-02-17
Margaret F. Entrekin - 2017-02-17
L. Faith Horner - 2017-02-17
Jennifer (Angelo) Meck - 2017-02-16
Mark (Marck) Robinson - 2017-02-16
Ruby V. Shroyer - 2017-02-16
Thomas L. Spencer - 2017-02-14
Paul M. Calhoun - 2017-02-13
Richard A. May - 2017-02-13
Brent Allen Pensyl - 2017-02-13
Glen M. Johnson - 2017-02-11
Lois Mae Sollenberger - 2017-02-11
Stanley W. Corley Sr. - 2017-02-10
Michael Brady Rininger - 2017-02-10
Cheyanne Marie Powell - 2017-02-10
Dacota Emily Powell - 2017-02-10
Mark B. Atkinson - 2017-02-09
Shirley M. Conner - 2017-02-09
S. June Gosnell - 2017-02-09
Harold Grant Bishop - 2017-02-08
Arnold R. Miller - 2017-02-08
Minnie E. Miller - 2017-02-07
Derek Shane Burr - 2017-02-04
Mary Amelia Machtley - 2017-02-04
Erma Ruth Ling - 2017-02-04
Ronald W. Bingham - 2017-02-03
Carlton F. Rinker - 2017-02-03
Gary Francis Suggars - 2017-02-03

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  • Love In Action International Ministries (LIAIM) A 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-denominational organization focused on establishing and operating children's homes in Latin America, is currently seeking a Director of Development. The primary duties of this position are to lead marketing efforts, discover new funding opportunities, maintain current funding networks, and organize fundraising events in support of the operational, growth, and home office functions of this ministry. The primary work setting is at LIAIM's home office in Altoona, PA; however the successful candidate should expect some out of town travel. Candidate should possess the following qualifications: ¥ Strong organizational, communication and presentation skills across verbal, visual, and written models. ¥ Preferred: Bachelor's degree in business, marketing, communications, or non-profit leadership/development ¥ Computer expertise in Microsoft Office including, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Outlook, Access, as well as other marketing, fundraising, and publishing applications; Internet proficiency and experience with various social networks. ¥ 3+ years of experience in fundraising ¥ Highest degree of ethics and integrity ¥ High level of initiative; able to work independently and with a team ¥ Strong relationship building and solicitation skills ¥ Goal setting, planning, and execution ¥ Business math skills ¥ Passion for the mission of this ministry and strong desire to promote it For more information about LIAIM, our vision and mission, and a full Director of Development position description, visit our web site at www.liaim.com Interested candidates should email a letter of interest and resume that includes both personal and professional references in PDF form to Gary Zimmerman, Director of LIAIM at: liaim@aol.com Starting salary range is $45,000 to $55,000, commensurate with experience and qualifications.
  • HIRING! Valley Community Services is hiring several Home and Community Habilitation Staff to provide supports in the home and community setting in the Bedford County Area. ¥Services offer competitive wages and flexible scheduling. HCH Staff help individuals with intellectual disabilities improve and maintain daily living skills and participate in community activities. Must be dependable and have good communication skills. High school diploma or a GED and valid PA driver's license and pre-employment drug testing required, so is the ability to obtain background clearances. Experience preferred but not required. If interested, please contact Kelly Fetsko at 814-418-3425 or kfetsko@valleycs.org. EOE
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State/National

State Briefs

Green Beret from Pa. killed   FORT BRAGG, N.C. (AP) — The Pentagon says a Fort... More...

Justice Dept. asking if Pa. voter ID law is legal

HARRISBURG,... More...

Air traffic control center to be in New York

RONKONKOMA,... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Conspiracy of silence

Before dawn on Sunday, workers showed up at Penn State’s Beaver Stadium, put up a chain-link... More...

Improve the Olympics

‘T hose Harry Potter fanatics actually want a made- up game to become an Olympic... More...

State/National Sports

Penn State football now in damage control

All the big prizes Penn State usually plays for — the conference championships, the marquee... More...

Local commentary

Gazette Sports Editor Ryan Spring offers his perspective on the sanctions against Penn State that... More...

Cubs’ Samardzija shuts down Pirates for 2-0 win

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jeff Samardzija gave up one hit over eight innings and Alfonso Soriano hit... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Kirk and Sarah (Henry) Feaster of Everett are delighted to announce the birth of their first child,... More...