`
SUBSCRIBE TODAY to have total access 24 hours a day to your Bedford Gazette.

September 18, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Questions abound over Corbett’s Medicaid plan

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Numerous questions hung Tuesday over Gov. Tom Corbett’s plan for... More...

Pa. poverty rate inches up

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Poverty in Pennsylvania rose slightly last year but remained below the... More...

Special Sections

Local

Sunrise Rotary celebrates 10 years

The Bedford Sunrise Rotary Club celebrated their 10 th anniversary Tuesday evening with dinner and... More...

Ridge board considers new mentoring program

FISHERTOWN — The Chestnut Ridge School District is considering participation in an 8th grade... More...

Tussey receives fitness grant

Penn State Hershey PRO Wellness Center, in collaboration with the Pennsylvania Department of... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Debt ceiling infighting

The Sept. 30 end of the federal fiscal year always entails a messy political battle of some kind in... More...

Fruits of incompetence

The president of the United States takes to the airwaves to urgently persuade the nation to pause... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates drop second consecutive game to Padres

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Jedd Gyorko blasted a 3-run homer among his three hits and the San Diego... More...

Steelers open to all options after a sluggish start

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The offense can’t hold onto the ball. The defense can’t take it... More...

Super Bowl prices increase

NEW YORK (AP) — Super Bowl fans can prepare to pay double for the best seats.  The NFL... More...

Candidate selection for Hess’ seat unclear

Local political leaders say there is a key unanswered question about how they will select the... More...

County jail may house parole violators

The state and Bedford County may enter into an agreement to house some parolees who violate their... More...

Census finds poverty stuck at 15 percent

WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s poverty rate remained stuck at 15 percent last year... More...

Top of th' Morning

Everett Fire Chief Ron Morse reported a fire that started just after midnight on Friday night in a... More...

Obituaries

Howard E. Crawford - 2017-07-19
Dewain M. Logsdon - 2017-07-19
Ruth P. Hershberger - 2017-07-19
Obit correction - 2017-07-19
Edward C. Coy, Sr. - 2017-07-18
Ralph W. Weyant - 2017-07-18
Obit correction - 2017-07-18
Gary L. Elbin - 2017-07-17
M. Dolores Palmer - 2017-07-17
M. Louise Ickes - 2017-07-15
Jerry Ray Wentz - 2017-07-15
Lois A. Law - 2017-07-15
Joseph John Smakula - 2017-07-15
Collette J. Sherren - 2017-07-14
Joseph John Smakula - 2017-07-14
David W. Emerick - 2017-07-13
Valerie Feight - 2017-07-12
Marion H. Natali - 2017-07-12
Gloria W. Miller - 2017-07-11
Emma Lee Campbell - 2017-07-11
Roy W. Shaffer Jr. - 2017-07-11
Mary J. Brown - 2017-07-10
Richard L. Clark - 2017-07-10
John R. Imler - 2017-07-08
Gloria Miller - 2017-07-08
Hugo R. Lopez - 2017-07-08
Richard Yokum - 2017-07-08
Ruth E. Clark - 2017-07-06
Gordon L. Morgret - 2017-07-06
Gordon L. Morgret - 2017-07-05
Michael Angelo Jr. - 2017-07-03
Heather K. Furmanchick - 2017-07-03
Frank W. Brennan - 2017-07-03
Fred O. Hall Sr. - 2017-07-03

Regional Classifieds
  • DEFIBAUGH FAMILY REUNION will be held on Saturday August 5, 2017 at the White Church Picnic Grove, Dudley Road, Six Mile Run, PA
  • FOR RENT: Nice two-bedroom upstairs apartment in Six Mile Run. Water, sewer and garbage included. No pets. $375 plus deposit. Call 814-928-4269.
  • For Sale or Trade- Dog Kennel. 8x10. Asking $150. Wanted- Play pen that folds down. 814-623-6932.
  • Direct Support Professionals- Career supporting people with intellectual disabilities. Paid training, flexible schedule, in our Bedford location. No experience necessary. Valid PA driver's license, pre-employment drug testing required. When eligible, benefits for PT and FT employees include health, vision, dental, immediate accrual of vacation/sick time, nine overtime paid holidays for timed work, birthday pay, disability, life and other supplemental insurance, and optional retirement plan. Call Tangie at 814-623-8355. E.O.E.
  • Woodbury- 1st floor large updated studio apartment; includes kitchen appliances, washer/dryer, heat, water & sewer. NO PETS! $500/month. Call 814-327-7354.
  • WHEN PLACING YOUR classified ad get extra attention in TODAY'S BEST BUYS! Ask your ad rep for details
  • FIRST FLOOR one bedroom apartment, heat, basic electric, sewerage, water, trash included. No pets. Month-to-month agreement. Background check required. $575/mo. plus security. 484-678-1251.
  • 88th ANNUAL KNISELY REUNION- Saturday, July 29th NOON-?? American Legion Park, Pavilion #2, 1500 Juniata Street, Hollidaysburg. BRING A FORK!
  • High-Paying Postal Jobs! No Experience Required! Don't pay for information about jobs with the Postal Service or federal government. Call the Federal Trade Commission toll-free, 1-877-FTC-HELP, or visit www.ftc.gov to learn more. A public service message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC.
  • MYERS REMODELING & PAINTING ¥Vinyl Siding ¥Replacement Windows ¥Power Washing ¥Metal & Shingle Roofing ¥Additions ¥Drywall ¥Interior & Exterior Painting ¥Decks ¥Concrete ¥Handy Work PA#072870 Free Estimates Fully Insured Chuck Myers Phone 814-977-3169

State/National

Cemetery faces tax sale

UNIONTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A historic 164-year-old western Pennsylvania cemetery faces a tax sale... More...

Gettysburg seeks copy of Address

Officials in Gettysburg are hoping to borrow one of the nation’s most historic documents... More...

PHEAA launches college-planning site

HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency has announced the launch of... More...

World

Former Toyota head dies at 100

TOKYO (AP) — Eiji Toyoda, a member of Toyota’s founding family who helped create the... More...

Local Sports

Tussey Mountain sweeps Northern Bedford

SAXTON — Despite a slow start in the match, the Tussey Mountain volleyball team continued its... More...

Everett scores five-game win over McConnellsburg

EVERETT — Tuesday night’s volleyball match featured some outstanding individual... More...

Chestnut Ridge, Tussey Mountain girls play to a 3-3 tie

SAXTON — “Anything you can do, I can do better,” could have been the motto on... More...