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November 26, 2013 RSS feed / Front Page

Local officials hopeful funding helps area projects

Officials aren’t sure what the new transportation bill means locally but they sounded hopeful... More...

Top of the' Morning

The Bedford County commissioners won’t hold their regular meeting today. The commissioners... More...

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Local

Police

Someone stole an Alum Bank woman’s wallet and used her credit card at Walmart in Snake Spring... More...

4-H members recognized at annual dinner

The 4-H Program of Bedford County recognized the achievements of county 4-H members at their annual... More...

Council welcomes newest Eagle Scouts

Life Scout Sam Van Deventer completed his Eagle Scout Board of Review on Nov. 14. Van... More...

Local Sports

Tussey Mt. set to host Alumni games

Coming off a successful inaugural event last year, organizers are pleased to announce that the 2nd... More...

Bulletin Board

Winning Edge Athletics in Bedford will be holding instructional programs in baseball and softball,... More...

Wildlife & Outdoors

Most of us will be enjoying Thanksgiving Day with our families on Thursday. The guest of honor at... More...

Deed Transfers

Deed Transfers

Karee A. Feight to Ann E. Jones, S. Woodbury Twp., $95,000. Terry Deshong* to Terry Lee Deshong*,... More...

Vital Statistics

Blessed events

Dave and Brandi Wilson of Bedford are pleased to announce the arrival of a daughter. Rayna Wilson... More...

Corbett signs $2.3B transportation bill

SPRING MILLS, Pa. (AP) —... More...

Eichelberger: Bill isn’t raising taxes, but user fees

State Sen. John Eichelberger... More...

Travelers cast wary eye as storm moves eastward

DALLAS (AP) — A winter storm blamed for at least 11 fatal accidents in the West, Texas and... More...

Obituaries

Obituary Correction - 2016-09-23
Joann Llewellyn - 2016-09-21
Robert D. Ritchey - 2016-09-20
Ronald Jerry Blakey - 2016-09-19
Betty Ruth Wentz - 2016-09-19
Kenneth F. Clites - 2016-09-19
Virginia G. Mostoller - 2016-09-19
Beth L. Ash - 2016-09-16
Bonnie Jean Paxton - 2016-09-16
Blair E. Treasure - 2016-09-16
Angie C. Custer - 2016-09-15
Helen M. Oster - 2016-09-14
William L. Barkman - 2016-09-13
Mary M. Carpenter - 2016-09-12
Alva P. Kelson - 2016-09-12
Bernice M. Berger - 2016-09-09
H. Lee Cessna - 2016-09-08
J. Carolee Davidson - 2016-09-08
Grace A. Means - 2016-09-08
Interment - 2016-09-08
Larry Clifton Athey - 2016-09-07
Donald K. Detwiler - 2016-09-07
Jeanne Fait Stoner - 2016-09-07
Shawn Waller - 2016-09-07
Interment - 2016-09-07
Herman J. Rhodes - 2016-09-06
Elmer Leonard Snavely - 2016-09-06
Mary Belle Shaffer - 2016-09-06
Shirley J. Sparks - 2016-09-06
Mary Louise Miller - 2016-09-06
Elmer L. Mallow - 2016-09-06

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  • 459A BID NOTICE Sealed proposals will be received by The New Paris Borough, County of Bedford, Pennsylvania at 3925 Cortland Drive or PO Box 408 New Paris, PA 155554 until 3:00 PM, Monday October 3, 2016. Bids will be opened and read aloud at the regular meeting of the council of the borough to be held at 7:00 PM that same day in the New Paris Community Building Office. Location of the job proposal is for the alley between Grasshopper Road and Hinson Road parallel to Rt. 96 Cortland Drive New Paris. Bids will be for the following: Item 1: Remove 100' x 10' wide of black top and tree roots. Item 2: Dig approximately 10' lower than grade for 4' of limestone gravel and 6 inches of concrete 4000PSI. Item 3: Concrete broom finished. Item 4: Top surface concrete with black top sealer Item 5: Concrete consists internally of 1/2' rebar mat, 24' center in both directions. Item 6: Contractor will clean up and remove all debris of roots and black top. Item 7: Saw cut control joints every 10' Bidder must inspect the job with the Borough representative prior to submitting a bid. If there are any questions, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Ron Bollman at (814)839-4697, Christa Morton at (814)401-1043 or by email at newparisboro@yahoo.com

State/National

Unlucky turkey meets Minn. governor

ST. PAUL,... More...

Hurricane season winds down

MIAMI (AP) — The 2013 Atlantic season has delivered the fewest hurricanes since 1982, U.S.... More...

Volunteers group won’t hold Santa parade this year

NEW YORK (AP) — Santa Claus ISN’T coming to town. The group that puts on the... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Reform farm subsidies

Though getting government spending under control often is seen as a Democrats vs. Republicans... More...

Mayor by day, scientist by night

The old adage has it that you are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts. Somebody... More...

State/National Sports

Steelers rallying, not getting ahead of things

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Fernando Velasco expected to see panic after the Pittsburgh Steelers limped... More...

Krug’s goal lifts Bruins over Pens

BOSTON ( AP) — Torey Krug scored 34 seconds into overtime and the Boston Bruins beat... More...

Pitt runs away from Texas Tech

NEW YORK (AP) — Lamar Patterson scored a career-high 23 points and Pittsburgh took command in... More...

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