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July 26, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Fire destroys home in New Enterprise

An early morning fire left a young New Enterprise family homeless... More...

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Little riders, big riders

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Central court

The following defendants waived a preliminary hearing on criminal charges Wednesday, July 25, in... More...


Minor injuries were sustained when a commercial vehicle blew a tire on the turnpike. State police... More...

Local Sports

Hunter/trapper education course offered in August

BASIC Hunter/Trapper Education course will be held 6-9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 24 and 8-9 a.m. Saturday,... More...

Another crown for Ridge squad

The Chestnut Ridge All-Star Major League team won the Cresson Tournament. Team members are (left... More...

Locals worked state title game

The crew who umpired the Class A state baseball championship in June consisted of three umpires... More...

NBC looks again at building

LOYSBURG — After severing the business relationship with the district’s first-choice... More...

Seven win swine showmanship prizes

Swine showmen at the Bedford County Fair, unlike other animals exhibitors, have a unique challenge... More...

Top of th' Morning

Today is John L. Montgomery Day in Bedford Borough. Mayor William Leibfreid issued a proclamation... More...


James R. Calhoun - 2015-10-10
Robert R. Reed - 2015-10-10
Archie L. Rodgers - 2015-10-10
Joseph E. Price - 2015-10-10
John Allen Ford - 2015-10-09
Marie C. Lohr - 2015-10-09
Debbie A. Webb - 2015-10-09
Caroline S. Frazier - 2015-10-08
Charles Linburg Keller - 2015-10-08
Jack C. Kniseley - 2015-10-08
Nancy L. Bisbing - 2015-10-07
Blaine E. Turner - 2015-10-07
Jack R. Hughes - 2015-10-07
Eugene W. Roudabush - 2015-10-07
Willard H. Hinish - 2015-10-06
Henry B. Peight - 2015-10-06
A. Floyd Imes - 2015-10-06
Park D. Williams - 2015-10-06
Robert R. Reed - 2015-10-06
James Wood Donahue - 2015-10-05
Junior Earl Hanks - 2015-10-05
David Darr McCoy - 2015-10-05
Vera M. O’Neal - 2015-10-03
Dennis Lee Barnes - 2015-09-29
Debbie A. Webb - 2015-09-29
William G. Clark - 2015-09-29
Douglas D. Hockenberry - 2015-09-29
Fred H. Knisely - 2015-09-29
Jean Heltzel - 2015-09-28
C. Ann Ickes - 2015-09-28
George W. Leader - 2015-09-28
Harry E. Hanks - 2015-09-25
Shirley J. Benton - 2015-09-24
Linda L. Custer - 2015-09-24
Violet Coffman - 2015-09-24
Teresa Gayle Fox - 2015-09-24
Archie L. Rodgers - 2015-09-23
Irvin Victor Baldwin - 2015-09-22
Anna M. Beegle - 2015-09-21
Justina Cornelius Hall - 2015-09-21
Elizabeth C. Bohn - 2015-09-21

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Biden at fire confab

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Vice President Joe Biden says the government should be cutting... More...

Pa. voter ID law lands in court

HARRISBURG,... More...

PSU prez: 4-year ban avoided

Penn State faced the threat of a four-year ban on playing football before the NCAA imposed... More...


NCAA wrong

Editor, Gazette: NCAA: Sandusky sitting in jail, watching TV, probably working out and enjoying... More...

Political Cartoon

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Chemicals threatened

Even though it has been an open secret for 40 years, Syria has always been studiously ambiguous... More...

State/National Sports

Correia wins fifth straight, Pirates avoid sweep

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Winning a career-best five straight starts might not be enough for Kevin... More...

Steelers report to camp minus holdout Wallace

LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — For only the second time since 1997, Pittsburgh Steelers opened training... More...

Penn State players vowing to stick together post-scandal

The Penn State football players looked on stoically as two of their teammates announced to the... More...