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September 22, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Global protests planned over fracking process

PITTSBURGH (AP) — More than 100 protests against the natural gas drilling process known as... More...

Top of th' Morning

Manhattan Piano Trio will present a concert tonight in Bedford. The Pennsylvania Consort concert... More...

Special Sections

Local

An old flame rekindled?

Can you go back to an old flame? Can a love that’s gone cold be rekindled? Shouldn’t... More...

Doggone it! We need homes!

That’s what these pets from the Bedford County Animal Shelter are saying, in black and (one)... More...

Police

Someone slashed a car tire in Woodbury Township. According to state police, someone intentionally... More...

Local Sports

Everett rips Williamsburg for Kirk’s first win

WILLIAMSBURG — Two weeks ago, Everett coach Mark Kirk hoped the sting of losing would start... More...

Northern defense strong again to beat Claysburg

LOYSBURG — Northern Bedford kept its undefeated record ( 4- 0) intact Friday night, as the... More...

Titans running game grounds Rockets, 26-6

SAXTON — Despite an early score from the Southern Huntingdon Rockets, the Titans of Tussey... More...

County seeks ways to cut costs

Bedford County’s elected officials and department managers met Friday afternoon to strategize... More...

Jail block closed to save on expenses

Bedford County’s jail, the most expensive department within county government, is going to... More...

Endeavour back home in California

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The people became the paparazzi Friday, aiming their lenses not at the... More...

Obituaries

A. Mary Elder - 2017-03-22
Sharleen Foor Larimer - 2017-03-22
Ronald L. Mock - 2017-03-22
Walter S. Feather - 2017-03-21
Ronald L. Mock - 2017-03-21
Paul Clair Abbott - 2017-03-20
Daniel Boyd Johnson - 2017-03-20
Janet E. Logue - 2017-03-20
Bernice E. Cogan - 2017-03-20
Cathy Lyn Blakey - 2017-03-18
Linda Anne Kurtz - 2017-03-18
Judith A. Innes - 2017-03-17
Charles D. Arnold - 2017-03-16
Lou Ann Hartwiger - 2017-03-16
Colleen Jean Stutzman - 2017-03-16
Joe Berzansky - 2017-03-15
Anne K. Dunkle McGuire - 2017-03-15
Earl C. Moore - 2017-03-13
Doris N. Shaffer - 2017-03-13
Edward Sutton - 2017-03-11
Marilyn B. Grover - 2017-03-11
Carl Leroy Tew - 2017-03-11
Joanna D. Hiles - 2017-03-10
Max L. Stiffler - 2017-03-10
Charles W. Loy - 2017-03-10
John Duane Dollar - 2017-03-09
Blaine E. Diehl - 2017-03-08
Charles Lee Fessler - 2017-03-08
Donna Lou Zimmerman - 2017-03-08
Debra A. Smith - 2017-03-07
Donald L. Messenger - 2017-03-06
Rita M. Nave - 2017-03-06
Philip Gene Replogle - 2017-03-06
Alice Marie Hillegass - 2017-03-04
Roy A. Shaffer Jr. - 2017-03-04
Shirley K. Cox - 2017-03-03
Thane E. "Bobby" Lucas - 2017-03-03
Emma Lou (Dull) Varner - 2017-03-03

Regional Classifieds
  • Help Wanted- Part-time cook. Daylight & Evening hours. Occasional part-time Dietary Aide, Evening hours. Apply at Bedford Colonial Courtyard, 220 Donahue Manor Road, Bedford, PA 15522. EOE.
  • Caregiver wanted in Manns Choice Area. 2/3 nights weekly. Midnight-10AM. Flexible schedule is essential. Clearances required. Serious inquiries only. 814-977-1350.
  • WELL MAINTAINED 2ND FLOOR 2 bedroom apartment in Bedford. Non smoking, no pets. Lease/security deposit required. $500/mo. Appliances, A/C, garbage, water/sewer included. Available now. (814) 847-9129.
  • 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
  • Wanted: Seasonal help for fruit and vegetable farm, various days and hours. Non-smoker. Call 814-623-8210.
  • Help Wanted- Part-Time Receptionist- Evenings and every other weekend. Apply at Bedford Colonial Courtyard, 220 Donahue Manor Road, Bedford, PA 15522. EOE
  • 2-BR TOWNHOUSE- Chestnut Ridge School District. 1-1/2 bath, large kitchen. No dogs. Good credit required. $600/mo. Phone 814-494-0291 between 10am-7pm.
  • APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR FULL TIME PARAMEDIC & EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS Generous benefits package for full-time employees. Send resume to: Raystown Ambulance Service 4 E. South Street Everett, PA 15537
  • 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.
  • Bedford DBHS is recruiting for a part-time Therapist, 2-3 days/week in outpatient, MS/MA in counseling, social work, or closely related field. License preferred. Call 814-443-4891 ext 4124. www.dbhs.co. EOE

State/National

After Facebook posts, Pa. hostage-taker surrenders

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Klein Michael Thaxton hadn’t been much of a Facebook devotee. He... More...

Lawyer: Son’s abuse claims gutted Sandusky defense

Jerry Sandusky reversed course and decided not to take the witness stand after his adopted son came... More...

Congress exits Washington to hit campaign trail

WASHINGTON (AP) — The most partisan, least productive Congress in memory is bolting... More...

Editorial

Old Photo Album

This photo dates from around 1900. The two young women are sisters: Rachel (Pee) Bequeath... More...

Obesity not just numbers

First lady Michelle Obama has gotten little appreciation for her campaign to get children to eat... More...

Same-sex culture

Same-sex marriage is on the ballot this fall in Maryland, Minnesota, Washington State and Maine.... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers and Raiders search for run games

OAKLAND,... More...

Astros hand Pirates fourth straight defeat, a 7-1 score

HOUSTON ( AP) — Jed Lowrie hit a three-run homer and Justin Maxwell and Brett Wallace added... More...

Kendrick throws Phils over Braves

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Kevin Frandsen hit one of Philadelphia’s four solo homers to back... More...