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October 2, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Rain won’t stop festival

While the National Weather Service predicts a wet weekend, the weather is not expected to affect... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Everett Recreation Board will host the 2015 Halloween Parade at 7:30 p.m. Oct.... More...

Special Sections


Weather Today

Cloudy with a 50 percent chance of rain. Highs in the lower 50s. Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph.... More...

Go Pink Boots

Diving into fear

Scuba diving has always been unkind to... More...

Man arrested for mobile meth lab

A Bedford man was charged with possessing a mobile meth lab in his vehicle after a traffic stop in... More...

Local Sports

Everett girls outlast Northern in five games

EVERETT — Everett coach Sue Conner knew once her team worked out the kinks, they’d be... More...

Claysburg-Kimmel rolls to a sweep of Williamsburg

CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg volleyball team has made a habit of starting slow and turning it on... More...

Everett golf team defeats CT

EVERETT — Everett’s golfers went 1-1 on... More...



MOVIE, “ Do You Believe?” will be shown Oct. 4 at 6 p.m. at the Oasis of Love Church in... More...

Brethren to gather for conference

“More Than You Can Imagine” is the theme of the 2015 Middle Pennsylvania District... More...

Route 220 crash update

A Bedford man suffered serious injuries in a crash Thursday on Route... More...

Gerholt murder conviction affirmed

The appeal of a former Mount Union man, convicted of first-degree homicide in 2012, was affirmed by... More...

One killed as rains drench saturated East Coast


Golfers take to the links to fight cancer

Golfers will be helping to fight breast cancer one swing at a time on Friday, Oct. 2, as 132... More...


Arthur W. Hoenstine - 2018-10-18
Memorial Service - 2018-10-18
Virginia H. Bequeath - 2018-10-17
Andrew E. Van Horn - 2018-10-17
Thomas F. Wright - 2018-10-17
Jack A. Hoenstine - 2018-10-16
Dr. Jason Craig Waite - 2018-10-16
John H. Egolf - 2018-10-16
E. Ruth Over - 2018-10-15
Paul Detwiler Jr. - 2018-10-13
Jane (Culp) Vandermade - 2018-10-13
Irma E. Greenawalt - 2018-10-12
Martha L. Davis - 2018-10-11
Fred Eugene Brown - 2018-10-10
Don A. Fletcher - 2018-10-10
Kathy Jo Sturtz - 2018-10-10
Earl Richard Davis Jr. - 2018-10-10
John Russell Giffin - 2018-10-10
Guy Hunter Velykis - 2018-10-10
Larry E. Finnegan Sr. - 2018-10-10
Rae Kathleen Ickes - 2018-10-08
Fredrick J. Risbon - 2018-10-08
Elaine Cole - 2018-10-08
Richard A. Skok - 2018-10-05
Linda I. Whysong - 2018-10-04
Betty J. Lundquist - 2018-10-03
Weston Miles Konicky - 2018-10-03
Maxine D. Wakefoose - 2018-10-03
Anna J. Musselman - 2018-10-02
Kelly C. Claycomb - 2018-10-01
Ronald A. Boore - 2018-10-01
Harry Jerome Seamen - 2018-10-01
Karen B. Brantner - 2018-09-29
Apryle L. Foor - 2018-09-29

Regional Classifieds
  • LOT FOR SALE Offers are being accepted by Broad Top Township for the purchase of (1) lot, approximately 0.142 acres at Broad Street, Wood, PA until 3:00 pm November 5, 2018. Public sewer & water available. Close proximity to Lake Raystown. Contact the Municipal Office at P.O. Box 57 Defiance, PA 16633. P# 814-928-5253.
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  • 508A Public Notice Notice is hereby given that Forcey Coal, Inc., 475 Banion Road, Madera, PA 16661 has requested a bond release for Surface Mine Permit #05060101 pursuant to the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act. The mine site is located in Broad Top Township, Bedford County and is known as the Heaton Mine. The permit is located west of SR 1023, Dudley Road, approximately 0.5 miles north of the intersection between SR 1023 and SR 1036, Six Mile Run Road, and south of T-581, Heaton Road, on the property of William H., Dixie A., and John A. Heaton. The permit was issued on April 9, 2007. Bond release of $112,191 is requested on 59.0 acres. Total bond held is $117,810. A Stage II bond release is requested as the area has been backfilled to approximate original contour and is currently supporting an established growth of a mixture of grasses, legumes and trees. Written comments, objections, or a request for an informal conference may be submitted to the PA Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of District Mining Operations, Ebensburg District Office, 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931 within 30 days following the final (4th) publication date of this notice and must include the person's name, address, telephone number, and a brief description as to the nature of the objection.
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  • Barn Help for Special Needs Horses near Jean Bonnet. All weather mucking, feeding, grooming, etc. Must be reliable, able to follow instructions, and have transportation. Submit resumes to: Bedford Gazette c/o 1328 PO Box 671 Bedford, PA 15522
  • 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
  • EVERETT AREA DUPLEX- Large, remodeled 3 bedroom, 1 bath, basement and yard. $700/month plus security deposit. Available November. 352-445-4584
  • PHARMACY TECHNICIAN Rite Aid Pharmacy in Everett is hiring a FT and a PT Pharmacy Technician. Applications available at the store in Everett.


Federal coins sell for $26M

NEW YORK ( AP) — A New York auction of American coins from 1792 to the 1830s fetched $26... More...

Senior menus

The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for Oct. 5-... More...

Former borough manager sentenced

PITTSBURGH (AP) — The former manager of a Pittsburgh suburb was sentenced Thursday to up to... More...


Fix state’s email rules

Guest editorial

No one in Pennsylvania’s government routinely would destroy paper correspondence about... More...

GOP plotting electoral suicide?


Things were shaping up for Republicans in 2016 until the party decided on electoral suicide... More...

Ag manufacturing drives Pa., too

In the next decade, the agriculture and food manufacturing workforce will have nearly 75,000 job... More...

State/National Sports

Scobee misses, fourth down blunders cost Steelers

PITTSBURGH ( AP) — Josh Scobee couldn’t. Twice.  Justin Tucker... More...

Penn State considering options for stadium

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — How much are history and tradition worth? It’s a question... More...

Eickhoff dominates Mets, Phillies win 3-0

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The New York Mets are going home and hoping to stay there for a... More...