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June 11, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Tussey considers delinquent cafeteria accounts

SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain School Board is looking for ways to get reimbursed from... More...

Top of th' Morning

Bedford Borough Council accepted an estimate of $8,000 to remove a dilapidated house at 311 W. Penn... More...

Special Sections

Local

Everett students work on team building

Fifth grade students from Everett Area School District participated in team building activities May... More...

Bedford resident pleads to entering country illegally

JOHNSTOWN — A Mexican national detained in Bedford earlier this year pleaded guilty Wednesday... More...

Everett approves trail in Tenley Park

EVERETT — Everett Borough’s council gave formal approval for the Mid State Trail to go... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Secrets in a keystroke

First it has to be said — without getting into the morality or legality of its actions... More...

Privatization snag

What may end up derailing the Republicans’ drive to privatize Pennsylvania’s sale of... More...

State/National Sports

Cole armed and ready for Pirate debut

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Gerrit Cole sat on a stool in the cramped locker room at the Pittsburgh... More...

Rain causing plenty of issues at U.S. Open

ARDMORE, Pa. (AP) — The most popular equipment Merion was not a golf club but a... More...

Open choices at Merion

David Graham was the winner of the U.S. Men’s Golf Open the last time it was played at the... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

James Bevans of Frostburg, Md., and Courtney Greise of Hyndman are pleased to announce the birth of... More...

Local residents on ACM list

Allegany College of Maryland has announced its spring semester dean’s... More...

Schmit on list

Abigail Schmit of Everett has been honored for academic achievement by being named to the spring... More...

Hess’ committee reviewing SB1

Bill would raise licensing, registration fees to aid road work

State Senate Bill 1 that would raise licensing and registration fees and lift a cap on the tax oil... More...

Local outdoor church appeals tax status

The Four Quarters Interfaith Sanctuary was in Bedford County Court Monday fighting for tax exempt... More...

U.S. spy programs raise ire both at home and abroad

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration faced fresh anger Monday at home and abroad over... More...

Obituaries

Isabel S. Cramer - 2017-09-20
LeRoy K. Helsel - 2017-09-19
Betty J. Berkey - 2017-09-18
Daniel W. Sivits - 2017-09-18
Robert R. Claar - 2017-09-18
Louise Evelyn Smith - 2017-09-18
Harry L. Gearhart - 2017-09-18
Obit correction - 2017-09-18
N. Frances Gabler - 2017-09-15
John C. Morgret Jr. - 2017-09-15
Irene Gladys Sands - 2017-09-14
Obituary Correction - 2017-09-14
Terry L. Schafer - 2017-09-13
Mae K. Holsinger - 2017-09-13
Mary Ann Sullivan - 2017-09-13
Warren E. Reid - 2017-09-13
Lawrence Deister - 2017-09-12
Denver R. Nelson - 2017-09-12
Elsie Louise Ickes - 2017-09-11
Scott Paul Morgenweck - 2017-09-11
Dennis Blair Grace Sr. - 2017-09-08
Robert E. Whisner - 2017-09-07
Rodney L. Mearkle - 2017-09-06
Evelyn D. Weicht - 2017-09-05
Allen P. Koontz - 2017-09-05
Viola Laws - 2017-09-05
Ameen Kohanyi - 2017-09-02
Bivian L. Smith - 2017-09-02
Obit correction - 2017-09-02
Roger L. Omps - 2017-09-01
Hilda J. Weaverling - 2017-09-01
Roland Ellis Weyant - 2017-09-01

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  • 426A INVITATION TO BID West St. Clair Township will be accepting bids for the following amounts ( more or less): 1,500 Tons AS2 Anti-skid Price per ton delivered to Township stockpile locations within West St. Clair Township, Bedford County, as specified by Road Master together with a price per ton for pick up at plant. Bid Deadline: Wednesday October 4, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. Bids must be submitted on forms supplied by the Township. Forms may be obtained by calling (814)839-2375. Bids must be in sealed envelope marked ANTI-SKID BIDS. Bids will be opened October 4, 2017 after 4:00 p.m. at the West St. Clair Township regular meeting inside the Chestnut Ridge Ambulance Building. West St. Clair Township Supervisors reserve the right to accept of reject any or all bids. Barbara Hammer Secretary/Treasurer
  • 438A EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The Borough of Bedford is accepting applications from qualified individuals for the position of Wastewater Treatment Superintendent. Application documents and additional information can be obtained on our website: www.bedboro.com or Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. through 4:00 p.m. at the Bedford Borough Office. completed Application Documents must be returned to the Borough of Bedford Office no later than 4:00 p.m., Friday, September 22, 2017. Please submit application documents (specific to this position) and cover letter to: Barbara E. Diehl (address below) or by email to bdiehl@bedboro.com. The compensation for this exempt position shall be commensurate with experience and education. Barbara E. Diehl, Borough Manager Bedford Borough 244 W. Penn Street Bedford, PA 15522-1226 (814)623-8192 The Borough of Bedford is an Equal Opportunity Employer
  • 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX Newly remodeled. Fishertown area. No pets. Heat, water/sewage and appliances included. $700/per month. References and security deposit required. Phone (814)839-4735.
  • SMALL 2-BEDROOM MOBILE HOME for rent north of Everett. Suitable for 1 or 2 people. Phone 814-652-2094.
  • For Rent - Bedford Area ¥1-BD APARTMENT ¥2 & 3 BD MOBILE HOMES ¥MOBILE HOME SPACE ¥3-BD HOUSE - BEDFORD Security deposit. No pets. (814)623-1992
  • Office Space on Mile Level- Imlers Plaza. Rear of store. $500/month. Call (814)285-7412.

State/National

Klamath Tribes, feds exercise water rights

GRANTS PASS,... More...

BP oil spill cleanup ends in three states

NEW ORLEANS ( AP) — Cleanup work has ended in three of the states affected by BP PLC’s... More...

House GOP protects $28.3B budget plan

HARRISBURG,... More...

World

Iraq hit by wave of bomb attacks, killing dozens

BAGHDAD (AP) — A wave of car bombings rocked central and northern Iraq on Monday, killing at... More...

Brazil to conduct car crash tests

SAO PAULO (AP) — After a decade of spiking fatalities from passenger car wrecks, the... More...

Prince Philip spends birthday in hospital

LONDON ( AP) — Queen Elizabeth II visited her husband, Prince Philip, at a London hospital on... More...

Local Sports

Local flavor at Pocono Media Day event

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Bedford Pirates earn 13-7 win over Tigers

The local Bedford Pirates senior baseball team won its third straight league game on Sunday,... More...

Claysburg grad Claar gains All-American status

ERIE — Mercyhurst Northeast pitcher Ronette Claar was named a first team All-American in both... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed transfers

Clifford W. Williams Jr.* to Clifford W. Williams Jr.*, E. Providence Twp., $1.  Janeen Sue... More...