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September 27, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Dull leaves DBI, new manager sought

Downtown Bedford Inc. is seeking applications for a main street manager with the resignation of... More...

Top of th' Morning

Quarry Road in West St. Clair Township will not be closed Friday.  It was announced in... More...

Special Sections

Local

Game land tour Oct. 13

HUNTINGDON — The public may take a self-guided tour by vehicle of the state game land near... More...

Police

Someone took arrows from a storage building belonging to a Bedford man in Napier... More...

Comics

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Local Sports

Bedford tops Chestnut Ridge in tennis action

Whenever a county rivalry is set to play, you know it will be an all out fight.  With bragging... More...

Lady Lions take win from Lady Hornets in four games

FISHERTOWN — Chestnut Ridge finished up a stretch of rivalry games with a visit from HOPE for... More...

Everett, Tussey Mountain volleyball pick up SHL victories

EVERETT — The Everett volleyball team closed the week with a 3-0 blanking of Southern Fulton... More...

Worship

Heritage Fair slated for Saturday at Camp Blue Diamond

MIDDLE Pennsylvania District’s 33rd Annual Heritage Fair at Camp Blue Diamond will be held on... More...

Local disease management area

The disease management area is bounded generally on the east by the Raystown Branch of the Juniata... More...

No compromise:

Government on brink of shutdown?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Moving closer to the brink of a government shutdown, House Republicans... More...

Online health signups delayed for small firms

WASHINGTON (AP) — Days before the debut of new online insurance markets, a couple of... 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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  • 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
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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
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State/National

Pittsburgh’s rubber duck coming

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — A 40-foot-tall rubber duckie is set to appear in downtown Pittsburgh... More...

Suit challenges Pa. non-recognition of gay union

PHILADELPHIA ( AP) — Two women who wed in Massachusetts before moving to Pennsylvania asked a... More...

School cuts Pa. internet safety class

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A school district outside Philadelphia halted state-sponsored assemblies... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Steep political toll

I t’s easy to understand the frustration of Anthony Maniscola, the former Pennsylvania... More...

GOP off the political cliff?

I s the Republican Party about to jump off the cliff? No, not the fiscal cliff, the political cliff... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers losing turnover battle on ‘D’

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pittsburgh Steelers created just 20 turnovers in 2012.  Through... More...

Well-traveled QB Savage blossoming at Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Tom Savage is used to hearing people rave about his arm strength, to the... More...

Pittsburgh preparing for new-look ACC

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Pittsburgh coach Jamie Dixon says the Panthers aren’t going to... More...