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August 10, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Conservation district gives annual awards

EVERETT — The Bedford County Conservation District awarded two scholarships and recognized a... More...

Special Sections

Local

Omni manager pleased with progress

Lee Bowden, general manager of the Omni Bedford Springs Resort, says he is pleased with his first... More...

Foliage festival invites young crafters

The Bedford Fall Foliage Festival Committee is giving all school-aged children an opportunity to... More...

Crash south of Hyndman

Major injuries were sustained in a two-vehicle crash Thursday at about 3 p.m. on Route 96 at... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Ouch! Hot again

We’ve just lived — or, more accurately, sweltered — though the hottest month in... More...

Moderates imperiled

A record number of us now say we are political independents, swiveling our heads right and left as... More...

State/National Sports

O’Brien holds his first Media Day at Penn State

UNIVERSITY PARK — Bill O’Brien knows his main role is to be Penn State’s head... More...

51-yard field goal lifts Eagles over Steelers, 24-23

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Andy Reid was welcomed back to the sideline with a standing ovation and... More...

Painter’s three TDs lead Ravens past Falcons, 31-17

ATLANTA (AP) — Baltimore backup Curtis Painter threw three second-half touchdown passes to... More...

Health care taxes coming: Who pays?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Who gets thumped by higher taxes in President Barack Obama’s health... More...

Attack ads:

Candidates bemoan them, but both benefit

PUEBLO, Colo. (AP) — Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama both deplored the pervasive... More...

Eight drug suspects still at large

Eight of 17 alleged drug dealers targeted by the Bedford County Drug Task Force’s raid on... More...

Top of th' Morning

Watch the Perseid’s Meteor Shower at Shawnee State Park on Sunday. The program on the meteor... More...

Obituaries

Leta S. Gilbert - 2017-04-25
Audrey J. Morris - 2017-04-25
Audrey J. Miller - 2017-04-24
Herlen “Buck” Lohr - 2017-04-22
Carl Earl Egolf Sr. - 2017-04-20
Joe A. McDaniel - 2017-04-20
Nancy C. Calhoun - 2017-04-19
Donna M. Yeager - 2017-04-19
Alex B. Bulvin - 2017-04-18
Dolores R. Hoover - 2017-04-18
Paul A. Claar - 2017-04-17
Gary Wayne Corle - 2017-04-17
Jeanne M. Turner - 2017-04-17
Warren A. College - 2017-04-17
Wayne E. Bush Sr. - 2017-04-15
Charles E. Ebersole - 2017-04-14
Donald H. Fyfe - 2017-04-14
Deborah A. Cooke - 2017-04-13
Wanda P. Logue Ferrell - 2017-04-13
Harold R. Vance - 2017-04-13
Correction - 2017-04-13
Wilma K. Shipley-Ihrie - 2017-04-12
Ralph L. Wiker III - 2017-04-12
John Norman Koontz - 2017-04-12
Saralee ‘Sue’ Reed - 2017-04-12
Jane K. Barnhart - 2017-04-11
Kerry J. Deffibaugh - 2017-04-11
Bessie M. Thomas - 2017-04-11
Thomas H. Black Jr. - 2017-04-11
Jane K. Barnhart - 2017-04-10
Daniel E. Burkett - 2017-04-10
Judith Innes - 2017-04-10
H. Evelyn Porter - 2017-04-10
Betty L. Logsdon - 2017-04-08
F. Lucille Elliott - 2017-04-06
Chance A. Williams - 2017-04-06
Justin D. England - 2017-04-06
Chalmer Ira Foor Jr. - 2017-04-06

Regional Classifieds
  • FISHERTOWN, RIDGEWOOD HEIGHTS AREA Newer 2-bedroom apartment All major appliances. Security deposit. No smoking. No pets. Phone (814)733-4387 or (814)839-9346.
  • Office Space on Mile Level- Imlers Plaza. Rear of store. $500/month. Call (814)285-7412.
  • 114A PUBLIC NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Bedford will receive sealed bids until 11:00 a.m. prevailing local time on the 16th day of May, 2017 at the Bedford Borough Municipal Building, 244 West Penn Street, Bedford, PA 15522 at which time the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud for the following contract: Contract 2017-2: Bedford Borough Sanitary Sewer Improvements Project The replacement of approximately 2,215 lineal feet of conventional gravity sewer main, manholes, laterals, along with the necessary appurtenances. Faxed bids will not be accepted. Copies of the Contract Documents may be viewed or obtained at the office of Stiffler, McGraw & Associates, Inc., 1731 North Juniata Street, Hollidaysburg, PA 16648. Payment for the Contract Documents will be $106.00, which price includes 6% Pennsylvania Sales Tax. Digital Copies are available in PDF format on Compact Disk at a 50% discount of the paper copies cost. All checks should be made payable to Stiffler, McGraw & Associates, Inc. Payment is non-refundable. A $10.00 ($5.00 for Digital) fee for postage and handling will be required for Contract Documents that are mailed to bidders. A certified check or bank draft, payable to the order of the Owner or negotiable U.S. Government Bonds (at par value), or a satisfactory Bid Bond on the form provided, executed by the Bidder and an acceptable surety (Surety companies must appear on the Treasury Department's most current list (Circular 570 as amended) and be authorized to transact business in the State of Pennsylvania), in an amount equal to ten percent (10%) of the total of the Bid shall be submitted with each bid to guarantee the Bidder's entrance into a contract if given the award. No bid bond shall be waived or returned because the Bidder has failed to or cannot comply with any requirements set forth in the plans, specifications, or any applicable statues of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, or any applicable municipal ordinances. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay for satisfactory Performance and Payment Bonds, on the forms provided, each in the amount of one hundred percent (100%) of the Contract Price, with a surety company listed on the Treasury Department's most current list (Circular 570 as amended) and be authorized to transact business in the State of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Prevailing wage rates will apply to this contract. The contract documents contain requirements addressing prevailing labor wage rates, labor standards, nondiscrimination in hiring practices and related matters. All contractors and subcontractors shall comply with the Public Works Employment Verifications Act. The Act requires the contractor to verify employee eligibility through the e-verify program operated by the United States Department of Homeland Security as a precondition of being awarded a contract for this project. The contract documents contain information and verification form regarding the Act. The Owner shall award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder or shall reject all bids within 60 days of the date of the bid opening, and no bidder may withdraw his bid before the expiration of such 60-day period; PROVIDED, however, that if the award of the contract is delayed by a required approval of another government agency, the sale of bonds or the award of the grant or grants, the Owner shall reject all bids or award the contract to the lowest responsible bidder within 120 days of the date of the BID opening, and no bidder may withdraw his bid before the expiration of such 120-day period. Thirty (30) day extensions of the date for the award of the contract may be made by the mutual written consent of the Owner and the lowest responsible bidder. Bidders for this contract shall have completed projects similar in character and scope and will be required to provide with their Bid a Qualifications Statement for prime contractor and all subcontractors. Addenda, if any, will be issued to only those persons whose names and address are on record with Stiffler, McGraw & Associates, Inc. as having obtained a copy of the Contract Documents. The Municipal Authority of the Borough of Bedford reserves the right to reject any or all bids or waive any informalities in the bidding. Larry Johnson, Chairman
  • BEARD TREE SERVICE Trimming, Removal & Clean-Up Stump Grinding ¥Fully Insured ¥Free Estimates (814)494-3031 If no answer please leave message
  • 978A PUBLIC NOTICE ACT 780 HEARING SCHEDULED The Tussey Mountain School Board has scheduled an Act 780 Hearing for April 25, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the high school auditorium, 199 Front Street, Saxton. The purpose of the hearing is to discuss and receive public comment on closing two of the district's three elementary buildings. The buildings being considered are Defiance Elementary and Robertsdale Elementary.
  • THIS NEW CLASSIFICATION HAS BEEN CREATED TO ACCOMMODATE LEGAL PUBLIC MEETING NOTICES Deadline for legal notices to appear in this classification will be 11 a.m. of the preceding day.
  • 976A MEETING NOTICE EASD TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE MEETING Everett Area School District's Transportation Committee will meet: Friday, April 28, 2017 @ 2 p.m. Central Office, 427 East South Street, Everett. Theresa Smith Board Secretary
  • ROK Mechanical & Refrigeration is looking for dependable, hard-working individuals who are interested in learning a trade in the Commercial Refrigeration industry. No experience is required, however, some vocational training in this field would take preference. Interested individuals must be willing to work long hours, travel, and work out of town, and be aware that occasional weekend work is required. This is the perfect opportunity for anyone just graduating from school that would like to learn a trade without the high price of additional schooling and at the same time, earning an income. We are an equal opportunity employer and offer a complete and attractive benefits package. E-mail your resume to Pamela.Garland@rokmechanical.com or call 814-735-3535 for an application.
  • Process medical claims from home! Use own computer! Find out how to spot a medical billing scam from the Federal Trade Commission, 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC
  • PET GROOMING & BOARDING Stottlemyer's Groom ÔN Board 2-1/2 miles from Bedford on Egolf Road. Hours by appointment only 814-623-2374

State/National

No carp in western Lake Erie

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — No invasive bighead or silver carp turned up during a search of... More...

Now arriving on time: Your flight and luggage

NEW YORK (AP) —... More...

Road line over raccoon

JOHNSTOWN,... More...

World

Slogan draws call for cheese boycott

PARIS (AP) — Disability groups in France are calling for a boycott of some Babybel cheese... More...

US tops Japan to take women’s soccer gold

WEMBLEY, England (AP) — Hope Solo found herself enveloped in a group hug at the final... More...

——— Thursday’s Medalists ———

ATHLETICS Men 200 GOLD—Usain Bolt, Jamaica. SILVER—Yohan Blake,... More...

Local Sports

Altoona splits series with Bowie with a 9-4 victory

ALTOONA — A six-run fourth and a three-run fifth propelled the Curve offense on Thursday... More...

New Baltimore tops Moose in fast-pitch

SCHELLSBURG — New Baltimore handed Moose/ Camp Hartley their first loss of the season 4-3 on... More...

Physicals

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

Worship

Claysburg Church of God hosts clothing giveaway

ANNUAL clothing giveaway to be held at the Claysburg Church of God in Claysburg on Friday, Aug. 10... More...

Victory Express to present concert

Victory Express will present a gospel concert at 10 a.m. Aug. 12 at Acts Community Church, 169... More...

Weaver earns Saber

Josiah L. Weaver recently earned his Saber at a ceremony at Camp Berry, Honey Grove.  This... More...