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June 14, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Top of th' Morning

Paddlers will take to the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River this... More...

Special Sections

Local

A tribute to ‘Dear old dad’

One of our first words as a toddler was “da,” which eventually became... More...

Dad’s Day gift list

Full Story

Police

Two people were charged with harassment after an argument turned physical in Bedford... More...

Local Sports

Miners hold off Lady Bulldogs for state title

Minersville wins record ninth PIAA softball title

UNIVERSITY PARK — After a rough start to the game in front of a packed Beard Field at Nittany... More...

Just Sports

Bedford’s 1979 football team to be inducted in BC Hall of Fame

After a 7-1-1 record in 1978, which included a 19-13 lost to Windber and a 7-7 tie with Everett,... More...

Sports Results

FRIDAY, JUNE 13 SOFTBALL at Nittany Lion Softball Park Class A... More...

Shiite cleric urges Iraqis to defend country

BAGHDAD (AP) — Iraq’s Shiite clerical leadership Friday called on all Iraqis to defend... More...

WWII monument in casting; bricks available

A final push is on to generate the funds needed to complete the World War II monument that has been... More...

Obituaries

John Lee Miller - 2018-06-18
Lloyd Louis Shipe - 2018-06-18
John Lee Miller - 2018-06-16
Richard ‘Dick’ Day - 2018-06-15
Gerald R. Lockard Jr. - 2018-06-15
Catherine R. Shaffer - 2018-06-15
Karen L. Deremer - 2018-06-14
Amy E. Burtnett - 2018-06-13
Gary Eugene Teeter - 2018-06-13
David William Grace - 2018-06-12
Shirley Mae Pennel - 2018-06-12
Obituary Correction - 2018-06-12
Betty J. Ressler - 2018-06-11
Shirley H. Ellington - 2018-06-09
Beulah Arlene Smouse - 2018-06-08
Gary Eugene Teeter - 2018-06-08
Larry G. Walters - 2018-06-08
Gerald Rae Clark II - 2018-06-07
Robert I. Egolf - 2018-06-07
Jamie W. Hershberger - 2018-06-06
Mabel L. King - 2018-06-06
William H. Spade - 2018-06-05
John Edward Snyder - 2018-06-04
Thomas P. Whitfield - 2018-06-04
Delilah Grace Ripple - 2018-06-04
Darlene J. Drenning - 2018-06-02
Albert Weyandt III - 2018-06-02
E. Pauline Crist - 2018-06-01
Verna B. Wiley - 2018-06-01
Dotty Joyce O’Neal - 2018-05-30

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  • Moving Sale June 20, 21, 22; 9am-8pm 162 Apple Orchard Ln, Everett. From Rt 26, turn at Brite Spot, follow signs to Graceville Furniture, Collectables, Household Items
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  • BEDFORD SEARS HOMETOWN STORE is looking for a part-time sales associate. 15-20 hours a week. Call store for appt. at 814-623-6232, ask for Dee.
  • Full Time Trailer Mechanic Position Health Benefits, Vacation, Paid Holidays Send resume to: Morral Brothers Inc. 13427 Lincoln Hwy Everett, Pa 15537
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State/National

Birds, squirrels take toll on Juneau power lines

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) — Squirrels and birds are turning the lights out on customers in... More...

Some states roll back teacher tenure protections

WASHINGTON (AP) — Even before a judge’s scathing ruling against California’s... More...

Star-Spangled Banner celebrated in song

WASHINGTON (AP) — Girl Scouts, Little League baseball players, celebrity musicians and... More...

Editorial

Old Photo Album

Another photo found in the Gazette files shows an unidentified woman in a huge hat. The picture... More...

Online gambling too far

I n trying to plug a looming budget gap of more than $1 billion, state lawmakers shouldn’t... More...

Thanks for your service

This is a thank you to the volunteers that were out Wednesday night into Thursday morning in the... More...

State/National Sports

Polanco lead Bucs to win

MIAMI (AP) — Gregory Polanco broke a tie in the 13th inning with his first major league... More...

Kings top Rangers in 2OT

LOS ANGELES ( AP) — Alec Martinez scored 14:43 into the second overtime, and the Los Angeles... More...

Netherlands shocks Spain with a 5-1 win

SALVADOR, Brazil (AP) — The Netherlands thrashed Spain 5-1 Friday in the World Cup’s... More...