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August 1, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Monster fall awaits Congress after break

WASHINGTON (AP) — As lawmakers head out of the Capitol for a five-week summer recess, they... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Junior Livestock Sale starts at 9 a.m.... More...

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Local

Weather Today

Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 80s. West winds 5 to 10 mph with gusts up to 20 mph. Tonight:... More...

All for the animals

  Ava Whisker, 8, of Everett sits in her parents SUV to display the donations she has received... More...

Looking for a friend

Pets available at the Bedford County Humane Society this week include shy Sonny, an 11-month old... More...

Local Sports

Locals shine during Fair Race night

Aikey, Jay, Lowery among feature winners at Bedford

History will always be made at the Bedford Fair races each and every year.  The Fair races... More...

Bardell claims top trophy at local event

Sean Bardell and Jack Stankan, both of Bedford, broke 277 of 300 targets to tie for the... More...

Fowl meeting to be held

Representatives of waterfowl organizations, interested hunters and the public are invited to attend... More...

Vital Statistics

Births

David Hughes II of Breezewood and Sarah Ake of Bedford are pleased to announce the birth of a son.... More...

Deaths

BAKAYSA, Shirley A., 76, of Coalport, July 23. Committal in the church cemetery.  BOOR,... More...

Bedford County Divorces

The following couples have filed for divorce in Bedford County Court:  Pamela Edmonson and... More...

Barkley named Supreme showman

All the hours of practice and experience paid off for 16-year-old Heidi Barkley who was named 2015... More...

Youth take aim in shooting contests

Punching holes in paper might not seem like that fun of a past time, but for more than 75 Bedford... More...

Obituaries

Regional Classifieds
  • 461A PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee on Education, Workforce, Community and Economic Development, Senate of Pennsylvania, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, September 19, 2018. The public hearing will begin at 10:00 AM and will be held at the Chestnut Ridge Middle School Auditorium, 3281 Valley Road, Fishertown, PA. The subject of the public hearing will be on Communities in Schools. Megan Martin Senate of Pennsylvania Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
  • SELL IT FAST - Your home, car or nearly any item will sell quickly with a Gazette Classified ad. Call 623-1151.
  • Looking for Administrator, Bartender, Cook at the Bedford Moose 480. Needed immediately. Resume needed for Administrator position. Call or stop in for details. 623-1660
  • 1-Bdr Efficiency Apt. in Manns Choice. Includes stove & fridge. Water, Septic & Garbage removal included. $375/month. 2-Bdr House for rent Buffalo Mills Area newly remodeled. $700/month 814-623-8696
  • Part Time Delivery Driver, and Needed - Home every night. Must have Class A CDL with Tanker. I year Experience. Full heath benefits. Paid holidays. Safety and Christmas Bonuses. Retirement. Wages discussed at time of interview. Interested candidates please call: Tri-County Bulk Milk Haulers, Inc 814-652-5742
  • Nurses Wanted Bedford Co. DBHS is recruiting for LPNs & RNs to work in the Mental Health Long Term Structured Residence. Call 1-877-814-4891 ext. 4240 for details. EOE
  • CRAWLEY'S HANDYMAN LANSCAPING SERVICE Commercial & Residential ¥ Mowing and Trimming ¥ Spring Cleanup ¥ Cleaning Gutters ¥ Tree Removal Fully Insured Free Estimates PA No. 038375 814-285-8395 814-310-8479
  • 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
  • PET GROOMING & BOARDING Stottlemyer's Groom ÔN Board 2-1/2 miles from Bedford on Egolf Road. Hours by appointment only 814-623-2374
  • Brown Started Pullets Ready to lay. David Suder, Meyersdale, PA. Call: 814-248-0173; 814-634-8251

State/National

Spiders close school

MERCERSBURG,... More...

No charges for DA accused of forging judge’s signature

BELLEFONTE,... More...

Baltimore killings soar to highest in 43 years

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore reached a grim milestone on Friday, three months after riots... More...

Editorial

A view from the... concession stand

Columnist

Many years ago, I had to read Arthur Miller's play “A View from the Bridge” for a... More...

Old Photo Album

This photo, submitted by Rowena Claycomb of Osterburg, is unidentified. Claycomb’s mother... More...

Schools reform falls short

Guest editorial

A key difference between the House and Senate bills that rewrite No Child Left Behind — the... More...

State/National Sports

Marte’s final two plays save Pirates’ victory

CINCINNATI ( AP) — With a perfect throw and a jarring dive, left fielder Starling Marte saved... More...

Parity alive in baseball

The Houston Astros are loading up for a pennant race.  Ditto for the Toronto Blue Jays. ... More...

Beachum making an impact for Steelers

LATROBE, Pa. (AP) — Kelvin Beachum hardly fits the profile of the guys usually put in charge... More...

Worship

Church News

CURTIS Hyler and Jubilation from Greenville, North Carolina, will lead a gospel sing at 7 p.m. Aug.... More...

Deed Transfers

Bedford County Deeds

Darlene K. Snyder to Richard L. Snyder, E. Providence Twp., $1.  Brandy L. Nave* to Lucas R.... More...

Blair Co. Deeds

Ran & Ran Properties LLC to D&M Investments LLP, 213-223 Liberty St., Williamsburg,... More...