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July 25, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Health law will reduce U.S. deficit

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul will shrink rather than... More...

Top of th' Morning

The junior market steer competition is this morning at the Bedford County Fair. Livestock judging... More...

Special Sections

Local

Property owners advised to file assessment appeals

There are some mistakes in property record cards that could be fixed with a visit to Bedford County... More...

Lamb on hoof judged

Fourteen competitors came out early Tuesday morning to the show arena to vie for the top honors in... More...

Group exhibit winners named

4-H or FFA Promotion 1. Lovely Valley, Alum Bank; 2. Blazin Trails, Hopewell; 3.... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Crisis? Go on vacation

A s measured by a recent Gallup poll, the U.S. Congress has a public approval rating of 17... More...

Did state make you great?

‘I f you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that. Somebody else made that... More...

State/National Sports

O’Brien: Main goal to keep team intact

Of the long list of problems now facing Penn State coach Bill O’Brien, the top priority... More...

Hold applause for ‘new’ culture

We heard a lot Monday from NCAA president Mark Emmert when they brought the hammer down on Penn... More...

Steelers adjusting to offense as camp opens

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Ben Roethlisberger likens offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s... More...

County urges judge to turn over funds

The Bedford County commissioners said Tuesday they will consider legal action against the... More...

Ridge athletes assessed sports fee

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge students participating in fall sports this year will be required... More...

Red and white takes top dairy honors

Tuesday’s junior dairy show judge said he admired the style of the supreme champion from... 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
Wayne M. Hillegass - 2016-11-21
Helen E. Hinson - 2016-11-21
Randy Lee Imes - 2016-11-21

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

Ranchers sell cattle as drought spreads

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas cattleman Ken Grecian sold 20 pairs of cows and calves a few... More...

Pregnant woman killed by lightning in W. Pa.

GARRETT, Pa. (AP) — A pregnant Amish woman and her unborn child were killed by lightning... More...

Wildfires threaten Nebraska town

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The wildfires burning in north-central Nebraska threatened to force the... More...

Local Sports

Marion Center ends Bedford’s season, 8-0

LATROBE — On Tuesday, the Bedford Hurricanes found themselves in familiar... More...

Grossman puts winning run across in final Curve game

READING — Robbie Grossman’s last game as a member of the Altoona Curve was a good one... More...

Sports Results

TUESDAY, JULY 24 American Legion Baseball Region 7 Tournament Marion Center 8,... More...