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May 31, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

N.Y.C. police: Notes to Obama, mayor had gun threats

WASHINGTON (AP) — A suspicious letter mailed to the White House and intercepted this week was... More...

Philly school leaders approve ‘doomsday’ budget

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Faced with a huge deficit, the Philadelphia school board reluctantly... More...

Special Sections

Local

Seniors prepare to say farewell

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Everett man faces criminal charges relating to crash

ROARING SPRING — Following the investigation of an accident, the Roaring Spring Police... More...

Boy, 13, facing charges in crime spree

A 13-year-old Riddlesburg boy is facing plenty of juvenile charges stemming from a crime spree on... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Health care: Just say no

Having failed every other way to derail President Barack Obama’s health-care reform,... More...

Rural youth neglected

President Barack Obama regularly sounds the alarm that the United States must find ways to... More...

State/National Sports

Martin’s walkoff leads Pirates past Tigers in 11th

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Russell Martin hit a bases-loaded single off the left-center wall in the... More...

McLendon hoping to fill Hampton’s big shoes with Steelers

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Steve McLendon always believed his moment would... More...

Schwartzel begins Memorial with a splendid round of 65

DUBLIN, Ohio ( AP) — Charl Schwartzel made sure one hole didn’t ruin an entire round... More...

Breaking News - 5/31/2013 11:40 AM

Gazette printing press breaks down  Free Access 

Friday's paper will be delivered with Saturday edition
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‘Obamacare’ to offer more choices

WASHINGTON (AP) — Insurance companies are showing interest in providing coverage under the... More...

Scams remain problem for area seniors

The letter was immediately suspicious and downright unbelievable. The recipient, an older Hyndman... More...

Top of th' Morning

The 2013 Graduation Edition accompanies today’s Gazette. The edition includes photos of most... More...

Obituaries

Robert A. Fletcher - 2016-06-25
Tamara J. Hauze - 2016-06-25
Ron R. Hoover - 2016-06-23
Correction - 2016-06-23
F. Annette Frederick - 2016-06-22
Roger L. Quarry - 2016-06-22
Edith Jean Holland - 2016-06-22
Roy F. Ritchey - 2016-06-22
Monte Dru Ritchey - 2016-06-21
Kenny M. Collins - 2016-06-20
Wilma Jean Gordon - 2016-06-20
Mable V. Rhodes-Steele - 2016-06-20
Percy D. Beegle Jr. - 2016-06-18
Curtis W. Zelanko - 2016-06-18
Vaughn L. Foor - 2016-06-18
Kenneth Calvin Conrad - 2016-06-15
Ida Ritchey Fields - 2016-06-13
Rose Marie Hahn - 2016-06-13
Richard B. Lyons - 2016-06-11
Dennis Dwight Runk - 2016-06-10
Ida M. Eller - 2016-06-09
Wayne Hall - 2016-06-09
Melvin K. Martin - 2016-06-09
Benjamin H. Blackburn - 2016-06-08
Edgar Stephen Clapper - 2016-06-08
Correction - 2016-06-08
Benjamin H. Blackburn - 2016-06-07
Olive Loretta Horton - 2016-06-07

Regional Classifieds
  • 2001 BANSHEE excellent condition w/ many extras $3,300. 2007 RAPTOR 700; $2,700 WESLO TREDMILL $100 Call (814)977-2914
  • BHS CLASS OF 1991 25-YEAR CLASS REUNION Saturday, July 16 from 4pm-10pm. Merritt Pond Campground, Bedford. $19/pp (includes meal). Please RSVP with payment to Stacy (Price) Bollman, 203 Hibbs Dr., Bedford, PA 15522 by June 15, 2016.
  • ROWE VENDING SNACK MACHINE Excellent working condition, has bill changer, coin mechanism and keys. Perfect for office or any public area. Great money maker! Machine is located in Bedford. Must be picked up. $600 OBO phone (814) 977-2528
  • CRAWLEY'S HANDYMAN SERVICE ¥Spring Cleanup ¥Sidewalks ¥Driveways, ¥Mulching ¥Mowing ¥Skid Steer Work Fully Insured PA No. 038375 Phone Number: 814-285-8395 814-310-8479
  • VERY NICE First Floor; 1-Bedroom Bright and clean! Good location. Many extras. 1-year lease; security deposit required. $525/mo. 814-977-0146
  • LARGE MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE: July 1st-2nd 8am-?. 2677 Woodbury Pike, Woodbury (Half-mile north NBC School; Waterside). Low-miles scooter, many household items, men's/ women's clothing, anything a baby needs, boy's clothes (newborn-5T), Halloween costumes, toys...Something for everyone!
  • HUGE 8-FAMILY YARD SALE JUNE 24-25; 9am-? 508 W. Pitt St., Bedford (behind house). Something for everyone... too-much-to-list!
  • MALLOW REUNION Sunday, June 26 at 1pm Friends & Family Welcome! Pleasant Union Church, Clearville. Plates/cups furnished. Bring covered-dish and baked goods for auction.
  • GARAGE & YARD SALE June 23, 24, 25, 8am-5pm 220 N. across from Corvette Garage. Lots of new items, antiques, craft supplies, jewelry, clothes, tools and quilts.
  • BEDFORD 1-BEDROOM APARTMENT Includes heat, water/sewage, stove & refrigerator. Close to town. Off-street parking. Absolutely no pets/smoking. Call (814)979-7097

State/National

Winfrey: Learn from your failures

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The invitation from Harvard University caught Oprah Winfrey at a low... More...

Pa. readies security for Gettysburg’s 150th

GETTYSBURG,... More...

Feds find drugs in woman’s shoes

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Federal agents are hot on the heels of a New Jersey woman who allegedly... More...

Local Sports

Lady Hornets make history with a D5 title

HOPE for Hyndman scores in bottom of seventh to beat Rockwood, 4-3

Kayla Wilt wasn’t expecting to play a hero’s role in Thursday’s District 5- A... More...

HOPE for Hyndman rides emotional win

Karly Willison remembers how close she and her softball teammates came to winning a district... More...

McCort rallies past Claysburg in D6-A final

ALTOONA — Bishop McCort knows a thing or two when it comes to the district postseason. The... More...

Worship

Strawberry, tractor, bluegrass festival planned

STRAWBERRY, tractor and bluegrass festival will be held May 31 through June 2 at Friendship Village... More...

Altoona Center for Clinical Research

Shawnee Structures

Zimmerman Service

Graystone Court

Gerber's Repair Service

Long's Outpost Inc.