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November 15, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Obama takes blame for health care woes

Canceled health care plans allowed

WASHINGTON (AP) — His personal and political credibility on the line, President Barack Obama... More...

Special Sections

Local

Scouts earn Eagle rank

Life Scouts Russell Byerley from Troop 4060 and Zachary Anderson from Troop 4482 earned their Eagle... More...

Habitat receives donation

Coldwell Banker SKS Realty's John Black (left) and Melinda Feaster (right) present a $1,200 check... More...

Farm Market

MORRISONS COVE LIVESTOCK AUCTION Martinsburg Nov. 11, 2013... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Less military in Congress

Congress is facing a worrisome deficit of military expertise in its... More...

David and Goliath?

A modern David and Goliath story is unfolding as little known Art Halvorson challenges the Shuster... More...

State/National Sports

Pirates’ McCutchen wins National League MVP award

NEW YORK (AP) — M-V-P: Most Versatile Pirate.  Andrew McCutchen was all that and... More...

Task for Steelers’ D is slowing down Johnson

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Forget the exotic coverage schemes. Throw out the double... More...

College teams using military uniforms as a way to honor

When Northwestern linebacker Collin Ellis and his teammates take the field against Michigan on... More...

Everett reports shorter bus rides

EVERETT — Whether it is a function of opened roads and bridges or a change within Everett... More...

Maintenance dept. seeks funds for repairs

Bedford County budget meetings continued Thursday afternoon with some large requests from... More...

Top of th' Morning

Send us information about your favorite homemade Christmas... More...

Obituaries

Marion E. Leonard - 2017-06-24
Warren C. Barkman Sr. - 2017-06-23
Vera V. Nave - 2017-06-23
Robert W. Davis - 2017-06-23
Merriam J. Smith - 2017-06-23
Paul E. Jones - 2017-06-22
Paul A. Wagoner - 2017-06-22
Sadie L. Riggs - 2017-06-22
Correction - 2017-06-22
Betty J. Conrath - 2017-06-21
Rosalie Grace Kunsman - 2017-06-21
Audry Mae Crawford - 2017-06-21
S. Lucille Weiser - 2017-06-21
Paul E. Jones - 2017-06-21
Joe W. Critchfield - 2017-06-20
Dorothy E. Myrick - 2017-06-20
Dennis Gene Sweeney - 2017-06-20
Barbara A. Diehl - 2017-06-20
Jerry Wayne Rogers - 2017-06-20
Patricia L. Hoppe - 2017-06-20
Anna Lee Stair - 2017-06-20
Craig Lavelle Horner - 2017-06-20
Barbara A. Diehl - 2017-06-19
Donna Lea (Carl) Hess - 2017-06-19
Ivan Lee Mack - 2017-06-19
John W. Payne Jr. - 2017-06-17
Jay R. Walter - 2017-06-17
John W. Payne Jr. - 2017-06-16
John Charles Lehman - 2017-06-15
John W. Payne Jr. - 2017-06-15
Jeffery A. Morral - 2017-06-15
Roger D. Winesickle - 2017-06-15
Roger D. Winesickle - 2017-06-14
Thelma L. Clark - 2017-06-13
Mary E. Dodson - 2017-06-13
Virginia R. Hall - 2017-06-13
Stanley V. Shaffer - 2017-06-13
Eleanor M. Clark - 2017-06-12
Margaret L. Crock - 2017-06-12
Beatrice Louise Smith - 2017-06-12
Glenna M. Fisher - 2017-06-10
Péla N. Marisic - 2017-06-10
Kenneth R. Witt - 2017-06-10
Barbara Jean Kudasik - 2017-06-08
Nancy A. Beaumont - 2017-06-07
Dolores P. Mitchell - 2017-06-07
Robert J. Petrunyak - 2017-06-07
Harold Lloyd Anderson - 2017-06-06

Regional Classifieds
  • Moving Sale- Saturday July 1st. Milligan's Cove Road, Manns Choice. 9am-2pm, Rain or Shine. Furniture, free stuff, clothes, baby, Longaberger.
  • Bedford Gazette is now taking applications for Newspaper Carriers ¥ Part-Time Hours ¥ Full-Time Pay Earn up to $650 every two weeks!!! Contact Joe Beegle at 623-1151 or email at jbeegle@bedfordgazette.com
  • Large Yard Sale- Every Friday and Saturday throughout the summer!! 9am-5pm at the former Travelers Rest Motel located at 14275 Lincoln Highway Everett (Rt 30 between Breezewood and Everett). New items added weekly.
  • HUGE YARD SALE- July 1, 7:30am-? July 2, 9am-2pm. 207 Barclay Street. Girls 0-9months, boys 0-6T. Excellent condition. Baby items, changing table, toddler bedding, womens clothes/shoes, misc.hh, maternity clothes, TOYS!
  • 262A PUBLIC NOTICE TAKE NOTICE THAT the Bedford Area School Board, Bedford County, Pennsylvania under the provisions of the Public School Code, has levied a tax for the fiscal school year 2017-2018 of five ($5.00) dollars upon each person eighteen (18) years of age or older residing within the territorial limits of the said school district and a tax at the rate of 9.424 mills of assessed value based upon county assessments of real property in said school district. ALSO TAKE NOTICE that the said Bedford Area School District, under the provisions of the Local Tax Enabling Act, Act 511, has reenacted without change, except as hereinafter set forth, the following tax resolutions for general revenue purposes, and the same taxes are imposed for the fiscal school year 2017-2018. A. A tax of five ($5.00) dollars upon each person eighteen (18) years or older residing within the territorial limits of the school district. B. A tax of one (1%) per cent on earned income of residents of that said school district and one (1%) per cent of net profits of businesses, professions, and other activities conducted by residents of said school district. C. A tax of one (1%) per cent on all real estate transferred within the said school district, under the Authority of the Act of 1965, December 31, P.L. 1257. D. An LST/Emergency Municipal Service tax of ten ($10.00) dollars upon persons that are gainfully employed within the said school district. E. An Act 1 tax of .5% on earned income and net profits earned by resident individuals. Proceeds of this tax will be used to fund property tax relief for approved homestead farmstead properties. Christina K. Robosson Business Manager Bedford Area School District
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  • Bedford Farm Bureau (Curryville Location) has an immediate opening for a Mill Production Employee. Must be able to lift 50 lbs and work as a part of a team. The job hours will be 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and some Saturdays 8:00 and 12:00 p.m. Benefits will be offered after 90 days of employment. Please apply at the Curryville location or email your resume to bfcoop@aol.com.
  • 263A NOTICE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the Fictitious Names Act a Fictitious Name Registration has been filed with the Corporation Bureau, Department of State, Harrisburg, PA, for filing on behalf of Jackson Mill Pet Boarding, with its principal place of business at 627 Jackson Mill Road, Breezewood, Pennsylvania 15533. The interested party in the business is: Cari Nycum, of 627 Jackson Mill Road, Breezewood, Pennsylvania 15533. The principal activity of the business will be for the boarding of pets. Dean A. Crabtree, Esquire 130 W. Penn Street Bedford, PA 15522
  • 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.
  • MALLOW REUNION Sunday, June 25 at 1pm Friends & Family Welcome! Pleasant Union Church, Clearville. Plates/cups furnished. Bring covered-dish and drink.

State/National

Stan Sheetz inducted into Hall of Fame

ALTOONA/PRNewswire — Chairman of Sheetz Convenience Restaurants, Stan Sheetz, has been... More...

Hoss’s honors veterans, active duty military

Hoss's gave more than 7,000 free meals to veterans and active duty military personnel on Nov.... More...

Corbett: Critics of drilling downplay benefits

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Gov. Tom Corbett told an oil and gas industry conference Thursday that... More...

World

Toronto mayor refuses to step down

TORONTO (AP) — Toronto’s mayor denied Thursday that he pressured a female employee for... More...

Philippine city buries dead in mass grave

TACLOBAN, Philippines (AP) — The air was thick with the stench of decay as sweating workers... More...

Local Sports

Chestnut Ridge, Bedford set for a district final

Lions going for second straight title, Bisons hope to avenge earlier loss

There’s no shortage for motivation when it comes to the rivalry between Chestnut Ridge and... More...

Offense has Titans charging into 5-A semifinals

Three 1,000-yarders lead the way as Tussey Mountain hosts Shade

It’s been a season of high octane offense at Tussey Mountain.  The Titans, behind two... More...

Sports Schedule

Class A District Playoffs District 5 Semifinals Friday, November 15 (4)... More...

Worship

Weyant church offers free Thanksgiving meal Saturday

ANNUAL Free Thanksgiving meal will be served from 4 to 7 p. m. Nov. 16 at the Weyant United... More...

Pa. couple plead no contest in child’s prayer death

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A fundamentalist Christian couple who believe in faith-healing over... More...

Bishops elect president

BALTIMORE (AP) — The nation’s Roman Catholic bishops have elected Archbishop Joseph... More...