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December 5, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

Senate passes $631 billion defense bill

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate overwhelmingly approved a sweeping, $631 billion defense bill... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Gazette will serve as a drop-off point for Toys for Tots starting today. Between Dec. 5 and... More...

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Local

Players stage show

The Bedford County Players will perform the Christmas play, “A Christmas Story,” Dec.... More...

Commissioners approve sale of Shields building

Bedford County commissioners held a brief meeting Tuesday morning to address new business... More...

Foundation distributes funds to local groups

Community Foundation for the Alleghenies has distributed nearly $12,400 to Bedford County nonprofit... More...

Local Sports

2012 Bedford Gazette Volleyball All-Stars

The three teams in the county that won playoff games each put two athletes on the Bedford Gazette... More...

2012 Bedford Gazette Volleyball All-Stars

First Team... More...

ICC South Champions

Everett captured the ICC South Division title this season.... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers CB Taylor is out with ankle injury

PITTSBURGH (AP) — There have been very few constants in Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike... More...

Duquesne hoping to make statement against Panthers

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Sean Johnson watched the steady stream of teammates bolt the Duquesne... More...

NHL talks resume with owners, players meeting

NEW YORK (AP) — The only early details that emerged from the latest round of negotiations... More...

U.S. Capitol tree lit

The U.S. Capitol Christmas tree is seen after being lit by House Speaker John Boehner and Ryan... More...

NBC to look into firm’s contract fees

LOYSBURG — Members of the Northern Bedford school board tabled a motion to sign a contract... More...

N.Y. breaks ground on Hudson Yards project

NEW YORK (AP) — Work to transform the largest undeveloped property in Manhattan from a... More...

Obituaries

Delores L. Lantz - 2018-06-22
Ronald S. Matolyak - 2018-06-21
Ronald Carl Anderson - 2018-06-20
Lillian C. Shroyer - 2018-06-20
Mary Ellen Williams - 2018-06-20
Janet L. Clapper - 2018-06-19
John Lee Miller - 2018-06-18
Lloyd Louis Shipe - 2018-06-18
John Lee Miller - 2018-06-16
Richard ‘Dick’ Day - 2018-06-15
Gerald R. Lockard Jr. - 2018-06-15
Catherine R. Shaffer - 2018-06-15
Karen L. Deremer - 2018-06-14
Amy E. Burtnett - 2018-06-13
Gary Eugene Teeter - 2018-06-13
David William Grace - 2018-06-12
Shirley Mae Pennel - 2018-06-12
Obituary Correction - 2018-06-12
Betty J. Ressler - 2018-06-11
Shirley H. Ellington - 2018-06-09
Beulah Arlene Smouse - 2018-06-08
Gary Eugene Teeter - 2018-06-08
Larry G. Walters - 2018-06-08
Gerald Rae Clark II - 2018-06-07
Robert I. Egolf - 2018-06-07
Jamie W. Hershberger - 2018-06-06
Mabel L. King - 2018-06-06
William H. Spade - 2018-06-05
John Edward Snyder - 2018-06-04
Thomas P. Whitfield - 2018-06-04
Delilah Grace Ripple - 2018-06-04
Darlene J. Drenning - 2018-06-02
Albert Weyandt III - 2018-06-02

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State/National

Drenched N. Calif. gets even more rain

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A new storm system made its way Tuesday through already drenched... More...

Nearby robbery, bear prompt lockdown

GLENSHAW,... More...

Democrats take aim at bid to privatize Pa. lottery

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Democratic lawmakers are taking aim at GOP... More...

Editorial

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Draw line for Syria

I t’s risky business to threaten the head of a large country such as Syria with “severe... More...

Cliff-jumping with Obama

Why are Republicans playing the Democrats’ game that the “fiscal cliff” is all... More...