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April 2, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Panel demands answers on GM recall delay

WASHINGTON (AP) — The fix for a faulty ignition switch linked to 13 traffic deaths would have... More...

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Local

SOUND OFF

As the old saying goes, “April showers bring May flowers,” so residents responded to... More...

Everett to stage ‘Lucky Stiff’

Students from Everett Area High School will present “Lucky Stiff” at 7 p.m. April 3- 5... More...

Claysburg family displaced by fire

A Claysburg family was left displaced when their kitchen erupted in flames Monday morning. ... More...

Editorial

Reform sentencing

A mong the casualties of a failed war on drugs that has spanned more than three decades are bloated... More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Obama, Putin mismatch

‘T he United States does not view Europe as a battleground between East and West, nor do we... More...

State/National Sports

Hurricanes dominate Pens

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Carolina rookie Elias Lindholm scored twice for the first multigoal game of... More...

Penn State’s Taylor wins Hodge Trophy

UNIVERSITY PARK — Penn State Nittany Lion wrestler David Taylor (... More...

Woods has surgery, will miss the Masters

Tiger Woods chose surgery to heal his ailing back over a quest for another green jacket, announcing... More...

County, corrections officers union ink deal

Agreement includes raises, insurance ‘smoker’s clause’

The Bedford County commissioners approved a three-year agreement Tuesday with the bargaining unit... More...

Obama celebrates 7.1 million health care sign-ups

WASHINGTON (AP) — After facing a rocky start and chorus of naysayers who declared his health... More...

Top of th' Morning

Sorry, there is no Marilyn Monroe sculpture, at least not in Bedford. And, by the way, we... More...

Obituaries

Dottie Mae Straub - 2017-10-20
Anna Lois Diehl - 2017-10-19
Melissa Ann Mauro - 2017-10-19
Norma J. Diehl - 2017-10-18
James Walter Paul - 2017-10-18
Elmer Paul Ruby - 2017-10-17
Paul J. Snyder - 2017-10-17
Larry Allen Conrad - 2017-10-14
Verna M. Malony - 2017-10-14
Raymond H. Coakley Jr. - 2017-10-13
Janet R. Critchfield - 2017-10-12
Barbara Jean Kinsey - 2017-10-11
Nancy E. Koontz - 2017-10-11
Jay S. Barton - 2017-10-10
Tracy Lynn McFarland - 2017-10-10
Robert Lee Yoder - 2017-10-10
Harry J. Hite - 2017-10-09
Delphine C. Gates - 2017-10-09
Allen John Carbaugh - 2017-10-09
Mary Ann Winesickle - 2017-10-07
Betty M. Claycomb - 2017-10-05
Gregory L. Fetter - 2017-10-04
Maxine E. Wambaugh - 2017-10-04
Mary A. Johnson - 2017-10-03
Patricia J. Miller - 2017-10-03
Joseph A. Beegle - 2017-10-02
LaVerne Shaffer - 2017-10-02
Eufemia Galura Doyle - 2017-10-02

Regional Classifieds
  • Day Care in your home. Any Hours. Call Carla 239-257-8068
  • 457A PUBLIC NOTICE- PERMIT RENEWAL Pursuant to the Surface Mining Conservation & Reclamation Act notice hereby is given that Robindale Energy Services, Inc., 224 Grange Hall Rd, Armagh PA 15920, has made application to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for renewing its existing Surface Coal Mine Permit and the related NODES permit. The current permit, No. 05110101/PA0263231 was issued on 11/27/2012 and will expire on 11/27/2017. This renewal does not contain revisions to the existing operation. The receiving stream for the permit area is Shreves Run and Longs Run. The operation is located in Broadtop Township, Bedford County, and is known as Richards Mine. The permit area is situated along Winters Road 1/10 mile south of the intersection with Enid Mountain Road, and just south of the village of Finleyville. The Saxton 7.5' U.S.G.S. topographic map contains the area described. A copy of the renewal application is available for public inspection at the Cambria District Office, DEP, Bureau of District Mining Operations, 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931. Written comments, objections, or a request for public hearing or informal conference may be submitted to the District Mining Manager at the above address no later than thirty (30) days following the final publication date of this notice. Any correspondence must include the person's name, address, telephone number, and a brief statement as to the nature of the objection.
  • Saxton Apartment-2 bedroom 1 bath. 1 car garage. washer/dryer in unit. Tenant pays electric and trash. $595/month. $695/security deposit. Freedom Rentals 695-9408
  • 509A Bid Request Snowplowing and Ashing sealed bids will be received until November 3, 2017 for snowplowing and ashing duties on an as needed basis for Hopewell Township, Huntingdon County for the year of 2018. Please enclose a second bid for ashing only. All bids must include a valid driver's license and proof of insurance. Bids will be opened at the meeting on Saturday, November 4, 2017. The supervisors reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Bids can be sent to: Hopewell Township 18179 Peach Orchard Lane, James Creek, Pa 16657. Wendy Melius, Secretary
  • 505A BOROUGH OF SAXTON CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENT Year Ended December 31, 2016 CASH BALANCE - JANUARY 1, 2016 $ 281,844 SOURCES OF CASH Taxes $ 150,850 Licenses & Permits 11,329 Fines & Forfeits 10,642 Interest, Rents & Royalties 2,148 Intergovernmental 92,660 Charges of Services 420,837 Miscellaneous 30,008 Other Financing Sources 10,751 TOTAL SOURCES OF CASH $ 729,225 USES OF CASH General Government $ 33,537 Public Safety 132,101 Health & Welfare 0 Public Works - Highways & Streets 106,806 Public Works - Water System 370,574 Culture & Recreation 9,091 Debt Service 0 Insurance & Payroll Taxes 41,949 Miscellaneous 430 Other Financing Uses ____0 TOTAL USES OF CASH $ 694,488 CASH BALANCE - DECEMBER 31, 2016 $ 316,581 This concise financial statement differs from the Borough's Statement of Cash Receipt and Disbursement Activities - Cash Basis. The full financial statements and auditor's report thereon may be viewed by contacting the Borough office at 635-2363 to make arrangements.
  • Housekeeping- In your home. Reasonable Prices. Any Hours. Call Carla 239-257-8068
  • First Time Fall Garage Sale- Oldtown Road, Fishertown. Friday, 20th & Saturday, 21st. 8am. Off Route 56 at Fishertown County Store. Boys clothes sizes 5-7, scrapbooking, including 2 Cricut machines, lots of seasonal decorations, including 2 large lighted Christmas trees & 2 Stick trees, exercise equipment, much more. As always a very clean sale.
  • CDL Driver wanted Class A. Hauling paperwood & logs. 814-652-5871
  • Boyer Orchards Apples Honeycrisp, Gala, Mcintosh, Cortland, Golden & Red Delicious, Jonagold Fuji, Pink Lady, Stayman, Granny Smith, Rome Bosc Pears Cider, Pumpkins & Winter Squash 4116 Cortland Drive New Paris 814-839-4715 Open Monday-Saturday 9-5 Sunday 1-5 www.boyerorchards.com
  • THIS NEW CLASSIFICATION HAS BEEN CREATED TO ACCOMMODATE LEGAL PUBLIC MEETING NOTICES Deadline for legal notices to appear in this classification will be 11 a.m. of the preceding day.

State/National

Panda cub heads outside at National Zoo in D.C.

WASHINGTON ( AP) — National Zoo giant panda cub Bao Bao (bow-bow) has ventured outside for... More...

Motorists reminded of Pa.’s ‘Steer Clear Law’

With the arrival of spring, motorists are reminded of Pennsylvania’s “Steer Clear... More...

Man aims for rat, shoots self

COATESVILLE,... More...

World

NATO allies pledge to beef up eastern defenses against Russia

BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO foreign ministers moved Tuesday to beef up the defenses of front-line... More...

Malaysian credibility in jet hunt challenged

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) — It may mean little to investigators that the last words air... More...

Local Sports

Morral flirts with no-no, Everett tops Tussey

EVERETT — An early pitcher’s duel turned into a one-sided affair at Everett on... More...

Bedford teams top Ridge, NBC and Tussey earn sweeps

Boys Bedford 101, Chestnut Ridge 49   Bedford swept the throws and the relays to... More...

Tussey boys roll past Everett, CK and NB win

EVERETT — Tussey Mountain defeated Everett on Tuesday, 18-0, in three innings.  Tussey... More...