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August 20, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Gunrunners smuggled firearms to N.Y.C. on buses

NEW YORK (AP) — A pair of gunrunners smuggled firearms into New York City by hiding them in... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford Farmers’ Market will be open Wednesday. The market is open from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.... More...

Special Sections

Local

Tussey waives tuition for Huntingdon student

SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain School Board took care of some business items Monday night... More...

Auditions set for ‘Peter Pan’

Auditions for the children’s show, “Peter Pan,” will be held at Gardner Memorial... More...

Police

A Manns Choice man was cited for criminal mischief after allegedly damaging a Hyndman man’s... More...

World

Mubarak release would fuel unrest in Egypt

CAIRO (AP) — A court ruling Monday raised the possibility of jailed ex-president Hosni... More...

Chief says UN is changing to deal with attacks

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Ban Kimoon told a memorial service on Monday’s... More...

Prince William describes his joy at parenthood with CNN

LONDON (AP) — His newborn son is ‘‘a little bit of a rascal’’ and car... More...

Local Sports

Curve split a doubleheader

ALTOONA — The Altoona Curve salvaged a split of the doubleheader on Monday night with the... More...

Sports Schedule

TUESDAY, AUGUST 20 Girls Tennis Chestnut Ridge at Rockwood, 4 p.m. Greater Johnstown... More...

Bulletin Board

Tickets are available for the banquet to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Bedford football. The... More...

Discovery Time won’t open for school year

After reconsideration by its would-be landlord, Discovery Time School will not be able to open at... More...

Deputy praised for saving garage

A Bedford County sheriff ’s deputy is a hero, say a Salemville couple, after his quick... More...

Creditors file objections to Detroit’s bankruptcy

DETROIT (AP) — The city’s biggest employee union, retirees and even a few dozen... More...

Obituaries

Luella Dorothea Kraft - 2018-05-22
Mark Edward McConnell - 2018-05-22
Melvin E. Miller - 2018-05-22
Rita M. Rose-Grine - 2018-05-22
Michael F. Amick Sr. - 2018-05-21
Ruth B. Wilson - 2018-05-21
Clad D. Clark - 2018-05-21
James C. Brough - 2018-05-19
Jeffrey Neil Jonovich - 2018-05-19
John M. Miller - 2018-05-19
Jude A. Donatelli - 2018-05-19
Frances E. Defibaugh - 2018-05-18
Ethel P. Ranker - 2018-05-18
Steve Furmanchick - 2018-05-18
Richard Kund - 2018-05-18
John M. Miller - 2018-05-18
Linda Diane Hanks - 2018-05-17
Troy R. Mickel - 2018-05-17
Christopher Marshall - 2018-05-17
George H. Roberts - 2018-05-17
Doreen M. Edwards - 2018-05-14
Freda M. Endress - 2018-05-14
Carlyn Lee Williams - 2018-05-14
Memorial Service - 2018-05-14
Don ‘Pa’ Stewart - 2018-05-12
Wayne W. Baughman - 2018-05-12
Jeffrey L. Whisel - 2018-05-12
Edward L. Wolford - 2018-05-12
Barry John Fluke, Sr. - 2018-05-12
Jessie Loretta Deni - 2018-05-10
Galen C. Carson - 2018-05-09
Linda Diane Hanks - 2018-05-09
Beverly Oakes - 2018-05-09
Ruth M. Hoppe - 2018-05-08
Joseph F. Croyle - 2018-05-07
Paul W. Butler - 2018-05-05
Peter Elijah Emerick - 2018-05-04
Glenda Stickel - 2018-05-04
Martha Price - 2018-05-04
Memorial Service - 2018-05-04
Marjorie E. Mearkle - 2018-05-03

Regional Classifieds
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  • Garage Sale May 17-19 May 24-26 1876 Upper Snake Spring Rd. Must see primitives/crafts/sewing, crocks, curtains, oak shelves, oak chairs, stands, purses, clothing, etc.
  • SPORTS REPORTER The Bedford Gazette is now taking applications for a Sports Reporter who will focus on the 6 school districts in the Gazette coverage area. Send resume and 3 references to: jbeegle@bedfordgazette.com
  • Meadowbrook- 111 Apple Ave. May 24, 25, 26 8am-3pm. Oak table and chairs, large hutch, dishes, silverware, games, kerosene heater
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  • Laid off? Work from home. Be your own Bo$$! First, call the Federal Trade Commission to find out how to spot work-at-home schemes. 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC.
  • Bedford-Somerset DBHS is recruiting for Clerk Typist 3. The Civil Service Application and Exam for future vacancies is open and will close on 6/23/18. Complex clerical experience req. Please call DBHS at 814-443-4891 ext. 4240 by 6/7/18, for more details. EOE.
  • 167A BID NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by the: Woodbury Township, 2nd class of Bedford County at P.O. Box 280, Woodbury, PA 16695 until 7:00 P.M. on June 7, 2018, for the following: PHASE 2 ITEM 4 44,389 S.Y. DOUBLE SEALCOAT WITH RS-2PM (E-2M)/CRS-2PM (E-3M) PHASE 2 ITEM 5 44,389 S.Y. FIBER REINFORCED SEAL COAT EACH PHASE TO BE BID AND AWARDED SEPARATELY PHASE 2 OPTION 1 = ITEM 4 ONLY PHASE 2 OPTION 2 = ITEM 5 ONLY Liquidated Damages Apply at the rate of $870.00 per calendar day. Proposals must be upon the forms furnished by the Municipality. For third class cities the bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of 10% of the bid, made payable to the municipality. For other municipal types it is the discretion of the municipality. A performance bond or certified check in the amount of 100% of the contract shall be furnished by the successful bidder within 20 days after the contract is awarded. The Municipality reserves the right to reject any or all proposals. Woodbury Township 2nd Class BY: Denise L. Ott, Sec/Treas May 3, 2018
  • NOTICE TO OUR READERS: While work at home advertising is often legitimate, we advise our readers to fully investigate, the background of any company before paying a fee. "If it sounds too good to be true", it probably is. Proceed with caution if you are asked to send money or in calling 900 numbers. All phone numbers prefixed by "900" are charged to the caller on a per minute or per call basis. THE BEDFORD GAZETTE makes every effort to qualify these charges for the reader. Remember if you have any doubts, "investigate."

State/National

Task force: Prepare for rising seas

NEW YORK (AP) — Coastal communities should assume floods are going to happen more frequently... More...

Budget cuts mean fewer children at Head Start

WASHINGTON (AP) — Automatic federal spending cuts will reduce the number of low-income... More...

Heavy rains a disaster for S.C. agriculture

HARLEYVILLE,... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Governed to extinction

There is an old saying that you can’t legislate common sense. Tell that to our state... More...

Past spokesmen’s spin

Gov. Tom Corbett may not be changing his message as he shifts into re- election mode, but for the... More...

State/National Sports

Tennessee routs Delaware in LLWS elimination game

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — Knox Preston’s head turned out to be fine. And so is the... More...

Stewart out rest of Cup season, Martin takes over in 14 car

Out for the season with a broken leg, Tony Stewart turned to one of NASCAR’s most respected... More...

Bolt steals the show on track’s big stage again

MOSCOW ( AP) — Yes, Usain Bolt dazzled again.  He usually does on the biggest of stages,... More...