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May 3, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Chimney sweeps lend time, expertise

Members of the Pennsylvania Guild of Professional Chimney Sweeps were at the Old Bedford Village... More...

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Farm Market

MORRISONS COVE LIVESTOCK AUCTION Martinsburg April 29, 2013... More...

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How not to get a job

The unemployment rate for would-be workers 20 to 24 is just about double the 7.6 percent for the... More...

Must show muscle

Former White House press secretary Ron Nessen put it this way at lunch the other day with me and... More...

State/National Sports

Penguins’ defense came up big in playoff opener

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Budding New York Islanders star John Tavares anticipated the open space he... More...

Kendrick is strong, Phils beat Marlins 7-2

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Ryan Howard and Domonic Brown hit solo homers to back Kyle Kendrick and... More...

MLB Standings

National League East Division... More...

Weekend events promise fun for everyone

After weeks of chilly April showers, the first weekend in May is promising to be sunny and warm, so... More...

Work begins on Egolf Park

The Egolf Park Associates met Thursday evening to begin work on restoring Egolf Park.  After... More...

Top of th' Morning

Hyndman Volunteer Fire Department’s annual fund drive will be May 6-9. The door-to-door... More...

Obituaries

Philip R. Imgrund - 2017-12-13
Debra B. Knisely - 2017-12-13
Joseph W. Ondesko - 2017-12-12
Grace H. Kline - 2017-12-12
Donald L. Russell - 2017-12-11
Barry L. Bottenfield - 2017-12-09
Marie M. Miller - 2017-12-09
John T. Dennis - 2017-12-08
David H. James - 2017-12-07
Betty J. Cooper - 2017-12-06
Lois Grace Cypher - 2017-12-06
Robert H. Ellenberger - 2017-12-06
News briefs - 2017-12-05
Lois L. Bower - 2017-12-04
Kenneth M. Emerick - 2017-12-04
John Roy Foor - 2017-12-04
Loren Arthur Woy - 2017-12-04
Max F. Bollman - 2017-12-02
Frank G. Miller - 2017-12-02
Loren A. Woy - 2017-12-02
Kevin Marshall - 2017-12-02
William R. McGinnis - 2017-12-02
John T. Dennis - 2017-12-01
James L. Runk - 2017-11-30
Mildred Hill Mebane - 2017-11-29
Audrey E. McCahan - 2017-11-29
Walter Allen Albright - 2017-11-29
Troy E. Arbogast - 2017-11-27
Steven Blake Henry - 2017-11-27
Marcia K. Ritchey - 2017-11-27
Betty I. Lindsey - 2017-11-27
Betty Louise Clark - 2017-11-27
Mildred Neely - 2017-11-27
Michael Hartwiger - 2017-11-27
Raymond J. 'Ray' Nave - 2017-11-23

Regional Classifieds
  • Four upstairs apartments for rent in Everett Area. One bedroom, two bedroom, & efficiency apartment. Non smoking and no pets. For more information call 814-652-6294.
  • MID STATE CHIMNEY SWEEPS ¥ Chimney Cleaning & Masonry Repairs ¥ Homesaver Brand Lifetime Warranty Stainless Steel Liners ¥ Chimney Caps Licensed & Fully Insured Call Jeremy at 814-652-6505 814-585-5276 #PA073400
  • Looking to clean homes. Have past experience call (814) 652-5688 please leave a message if no answer.
  • BEDFORD ORCHARD HEIGHTS AREA- First floor apartment w/off-street parking. Stove & Refrigerator included, washer/dryer hook up, and trash included. No pets/Non Smoking $575/mo. Security Deposit Required. Phone 814-977-8334.
  • BLUE KNOB ALL SEASONS RESORT Blue Knob All Seasons Resort in Claysburg is accepting applications for full and part-time seasonal positions in all departments for the upcoming snow sports season, including Snow Making Crew, Food & Beverage, Rental Shop, Lift Operations, Retail Shop and various other Customer Service positions. Apply at the Summit Lode at the resort Monday through Friday from noon till 4 p.m. Applicants must be dependable, have reliable transportation and be aware that our operating hours include nights, weekends and holidays. Employment includes skiing and snowboarding privileges. Call 814-239-5111 for more information.
  • BEARD TREE SERVICE Trimming, Removal & Clean-Up Stump Grinding ¥Fully Insured ¥Free Estimates (814)494-3031 If no answer please leave message
  • Saxton Treasure - Emporium - Crafts, Antiques & Furnishings Vendor spaces available! Winter Hours: Tue-Sat: 10-4; Sunday 12-3 Closed Monday 800 Main Street, Saxton, PA (814)635-2152
  • HUGE YARD SALE- 24 tables, gifts for all occasions, necessities/ furniture. Open Fridays & Saturdays & by appointment. 814-766-2474. 123 Smith Lane, Loysburg, PA.
  • POOL SIDE APARTMENT, BEDFORD AREA- Plush 2-bedroom apartment, all appliances included, garbage pick-up. Access to pool. Security deposit required. $675/mo. Call 814-285-7412.
  • PART TIME HOURS FULL TIME PAY Subcontractor needed to deliver Bedford Gazette and Shoppers Guide in the FISHERTOWN AREA Stop into the Gazette to fill out application or email jbeegle@bedfordgazette.com

State/National

Housing agencies cutting staff, rent aid

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s local housing authorities are absorbing deep... More...

Pa. slots revenue down for 5th straight month

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Gross revenue from slot machines at the state’s 11 casinos... More...

Penn State board to weigh governance reforms

STATE COLLEGE,... More...

World

Economy, security Obama topics in Mexico

MEXICO CITY ( AP) — President Barack Obama sought on Thursday to tamp down a potential rift... More...

UN report wants to halt killer robots

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Killer robots that can attack targets without any human input... More...

Local Sports

Lady Warriors top Lady Panthers on late rally

EVERETT — In sports, there are moral victories. However, Everett’s win on Thursday... More...

Everett boys run away with 14-4 win over Northern

EVERETT — Whenever Northern Bedford and Everett meet up for any sport, you know both teams... More...

Aeros shut down Curve, 4-1

ALTOONA — Akron Aeros pitching combined to strike out 17 Curve batters on Thursday afternoon... More...

Worship

Rainsburg cemetery association to hold meeting, hymn sing

RAINSBURG Methodist Protestant Union Cemetery Association will hold its 48th annual membership... More...

Trucker-traveler ministry to receive funds

The Breezewood Trucker-Traveler Ministry will receive $250 as part of a fundraiser held on April 17... More...

Donations collected for food banks

The St. Vincent de Paul Society collected both non-perishable food items and monetary donations at... More...