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October 31, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Book shares story, impact of Heather Miller

She captured the hearts of many across the nation during her 16-month battle with a rare childhood... More...

Top of th' Morning

If you were planning to support food pantries in the Bedford County Fight Against Hunger, you still... More...

Special Sections

Local

Bedford Skies

Look for Cassiopeia in November sky

November Evenings In early November, the sun sets about 6:10 p.m. in the Bedford area. On November... More...

Stylists dress up

The stylists at Reflexions Hair Studio located on Pitt Street in Bedford showed their Halloween... More...

Bingo supports Special Olympics

Bedford County Special Olympics track and field coach Bonnie May looks over a selection of vintage... More...

Local Sports

Local playoffs delayed again

As a result of school closings, power outages, and the rest of the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy,... More...

Sports Results

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 30Boys SoccerDistrict 5-A Semifinals(1) Conemaugh Township vs. (5) Fannett Metal... More...

Sports Schedule

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31Girls SoccerDistrict 5-A Semifinalsat Somerset( 1) Conemaugh Township vs. (... More...

County sees flooding, lines down

While area residents and officials spent the day cleaning up after Monday’s heavy rains and... More...

Storm’s cost may hit $50B

WASHINGTON (AP) — Superstorm Sandy will end up causing about $20 billion in property damages... More...

Pot, gay marriage are ballot-item topics

NEW YORK (AP) — After all the economy-focused campaign talk, voters in some states will get a... More...

Obituaries

Tammy R. Dennison - 2015-09-03
Edna E. Kennedy - 2015-09-03
George E. Lightner - 2015-09-03
Tammy R. Dennison - 2015-09-02
Helen J. Wertz - 2015-09-02
Earl Brown Jr. - 2015-09-01
Darrell S. Dodson - 2015-09-01
Jason Wyatt Mearkle - 2015-09-01
Charles R. Collins - 2015-09-01
Lawrence Duvall - 2015-09-01
Marjorie B. Stultz - 2015-09-01
Mildred E. Miller - 2015-09-01
Linda Ann Keys - 2015-09-01
Gladyse V. Brown - 2015-08-31
James ‘Jim’ Reid - 2015-08-31
Gary L. McVicker - 2015-08-28
Webster L. Mearkle - 2015-08-28
Doris O. Abbott - 2015-08-27
Dorothy M. Fouse - 2015-08-27
Lois L. Welsh-Collins - 2015-08-27
Richard John Cottle - 2015-08-27
Memorial service - 2015-08-27
Veryl Walden Fluke - 2015-08-26
Webster L. Mearkle - 2015-08-26
Top of th' Morning - 2015-08-26
Philemon Richard Davis - 2015-08-25
Marie B. Clouse - 2015-08-24
Raymond J. Glass - 2015-08-24
Ruth L. Cornell - 2015-08-24
Elsie Louise Leydig - 2015-08-24
Robert M. Rider - 2015-08-24
Richard L. Beisel - 2015-08-22
Carrie Louise Ward - 2015-08-22
James L. Brallier - 2015-08-22
Richard Woodrow Corle - 2015-08-22
Joan E. (Johnson) Dove - 2015-08-21
Delores May Tuttle - 2015-08-21
Marilla C. (Gram) Foor - 2015-08-21
Edward D. Gracey - 2015-08-20
Frank R. Pearcy Jr. - 2015-08-19
Rodney Belles - 2015-08-18
Homer J. Troutman - 2015-08-18
Starla Joy Martin - 2015-08-18
Judith Joy Replogle - 2015-08-18
Marion S. Rinard - 2015-08-18
Edward L. Burtnett - 2015-08-17
Garland B. Poland - 2015-08-17
Russell Melvin Taylor - 2015-08-17
Roy Stephen Baklarz - 2015-08-15

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State/National

Karate student kicks man from home

FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A California man got an early morning beat down after being pummeled by... More...

Robber sent packing by broke worker

EXPORT, Pa. (AP) — State police say a would-be robber was sent packing empty-handed by an... More...

Obama warns disaster not over

WASHINGTON ( AP) — Seeking to project command in a crisis, President Barack Obama told... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

FEMA fights another day

One institution emerged from Sandy unscathed and, in fact, probably in better shape than before the... More...

Was Biden auditioning?

Editor, Gazette: Joe Biden might have been more calculating than many believe during the recent... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers focusing on Giants

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Mike Tomlin is too preoccupied with finding ways to stop Eli Manning to... More...

NBA, NFL see no schedule changes

With much of the Northeast immersed in the recovery from Superstorm Sandy’s devastating blow,... More...

Penn State women being built to last

It looks like coach Coquese Washington is building her Penn State program to... More...