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February 21, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Officials discuss gas tax, more at chamber event

State legislators met Thursday morning with those involved in businesses in Bedford County to... More...

Special Sections

Local

100 days of school, finally

Staci Black’s kindergarten class at Chestnut Ridge’s Central Elementary celebrated... More...

ACM offering health, wellness fair

The Bedford County Campus of Allegany College of Maryland is offering “Spring Into Health... More...

Police

Someone shot a Bedford County woman’s dog in Monroe Township.  State police said someone... More...

Local Sports

Claysburg girls rally past Valley

HOLLIDAYSBURG — Claysburg needed just a spark to create an offensive explosion on Thursday... More...

Kulick thrilled about 1,000 club

The sport of basketball has been a part of Abby Kulick’s life from about the time she was... More...

Tussey Mt. girls roll past Windber

SAXTON — With the snow, cold, and ice over the past two weeks causing school cancellations,... More...

Worship

Soup and Talent Night planned for Feb. 22 at Point church

SOUP and Talent Night will be held at 5 p.m. Feb. 22 at the Point Church of the Brethren, 1822... More...

Rare pipe organ to be featured in recital next month

An organ concert featuring the Rev. R. Bruce Todd playing the Felgemaker pipe organ will be held at... More...

Snow good for Blue Knob skiers

BLUE KNOB — A cold, snowy winter has made for a good season at Blue Knob Ski Resort. ... More...

Warden wants to use chapel for visits

The Bedford County Prison Board met Thursday to discuss another possible use for the jail’s... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford County Technical Center will host a FAFSA Completion Night on... More...

Obituaries

Ruth D. Smith - 2018-02-23
Walter D. Carlin Jr. - 2018-02-22
Ronald John McEldowney - 2018-02-22
Harold C. O'Brien - 2018-02-21
Sharon Diane Helsel - 2018-02-21
Obituary Addition - 2018-02-21
Betty Louise Whiteside - 2018-02-20
J. Louise Gardner - 2018-02-20
William O. Mowry - 2018-02-20
Ruth D. Smith - 2018-02-20
Jan Randolph Knavel - 2018-02-19
William O. Mowry - 2018-02-19
Jay H. Shroyer Sr. - 2018-02-19
Frank P. Wertz Jr. - 2018-02-17
Raymond T. Boore - 2018-02-16
Randy Lee College - 2018-02-16
Belva Eileen Ewig - 2018-02-16
Robert Joseph Chnapko - 2018-02-16
Evelyn Grace Ebersole - 2018-02-16
Dorsey Roy Wertz - 2018-02-16
Carl E. Elliott - 2018-02-13
Ms. Florence E. Smith - 2018-02-13
James R. Barnett - 2018-02-12
Harold A. Shriner - 2018-02-12
Harold Eugene Diehl - 2018-02-09
Robert H. Grubb - 2018-02-08
Norma J. Emerson - 2018-02-07
Norman A. Hush - 2018-02-07
Denise Dawn Lawson - 2018-02-07
Christopher R. Ranker - 2018-02-07
A. Darlene Walters - 2018-02-07
Thomas E. Croyle - 2018-02-06
Melvin Ray Emerick - 2018-02-06
Mark G. Leibfreid - 2018-02-06
Thelma Mae Dunkle - 2018-02-05
John O. Sparks - 2018-02-05

Regional Classifieds
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  • HELP WANTED Pallet Handler. Full Time. Must be able to be on feet all day and be able to lift 70lbs Mon-Thurs, Day Shift. Call (814)624-5298 or (414)897-1306. If not answer, please leave message.
  • 1993 FORD TEMPO- Inspection current, some rust, new distributor, new starter, $1,200, call 623-1912.
  • Very Nice, One Bedroom Second floor, Clean and Bright. Many Extras. No pets. $550/month. Call- 814- 977-0146
  • CLASS A - TRUCK DRIVER Position requires tanker endorsement and at least 1 year tractor/trailer driving experience and/or certification from accredited driving school. Pick-up raw milk from local farms and deliver to processing plants. Travel within a 100 mile radius of Bedford, PA - HOME EVERY NIGHT! Benefits include health and vision insurance, 401k, paid vacation and holidays. Interested applicants call 814-847-2742 H. EUGENE KOONTZ TRUCKING, INC.
  • Process medical claims from home! Use own computer! Find out how to spot a medical billing scam from the Federal Trade Commission, 1-877-FTC-HELP. A message from the Bedford Gazette and the FTC
  • For Rent - Bedford Area ¥1-BD APARTMENT ¥2 & 3 BD MOBILE HOMES ¥MOBILE HOME SPACE ¥3-BD HOUSE - BEDFORD Security deposit. No pets. (814)623-1992
  • 844A BID NOTICE The Chestnut Ridge School District will accept bids on the following up to the time specified on March 16, 2018, at which time the bids will be opened at the business office in the Chestnut Ridge Middle School, Fishertown, PA 15539. The public and bidders are invited to attend the bid opening. 1. Electrical Supplies - 9:15 a.m. 2. Maintenance Supplies - 9:30 a.m. Sealed bids should be clearly identified and mailed to Mr. Dennis K. Shaffer, Business Manager, Chestnut Ridge School District, 3281 Valley Road, Fishertown, PA 15539, phone 814-839-4195, extension 2003. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Dennis K. Shaffer Acting Board Secretary
  • Cove Creek Salvage ¥ Buyers of all types of scrap metals ¥ Now offering Container Service ¥ Cash paid for late model wrecked cars & trucks ¥ Removal of junk vehicles available 814-847-0026

State/National

Court reporters agree to transcribe Flight 93 histories

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pennsylvania Court Reporters Association has agreed to help transcribe... More...

PUC eyes electric bills

HARRISBURG,... More...

Obama budget drops bid to trim cost-of-living benefit

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will propose an election-year budget that would drop... More...

Editorial

Political Cartoon

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Justice for Mancini

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UAW stumbles in South

WASHINGTON — The United Auto Workers’ failed invasion of the South has all the earmarks... More...