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May 23, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

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Local

School memorializes Hyndman area veterans

At left, HOPE for Hyndman charter school students Nick Dawson and Brucky Ohler place a flag at the... More...

Police

No injuries were reported following a two-vehicle crash... More...

Go Pink Boots

Peace of mind

The first time I meditated was last summer, a couple months after my longtime boyfriend ended our... More...

World

London concert blast was terror event, agencies say

LONDON (AP) — An explosion struck an Ariana Grande concert in northern England late Monday,... More...

Local Sports

Lady Bulldogs down the Damsels, 11-1

CLAYSBURG — You could not have scripted a better start to the Claysburg-Kimmel Lady... More...

Rangers oust Bisons from 6-4A playoffs, 6-0

SIDMAN — Nothing stings worse than losing, and the Bedford Bisons baseball team looked to... More...

District 5 track and field champs had tight finishes

The District 5 Track Meet team title was held on Wednesday, and it was a close race in both the... More...

Deed Transfers

Bedford County deeds

Donald C. Rasbach to Dennis A. Rasbach*, Bedford Twp., $1.  Stanley R. Pensyl* to Thea Joy... More...

Scouts prepare flags for Memorial Day

Scouts with Troop 4482, chartered by the Bedford American Legion, lashed 60 American flags to... More...

Amid school closing cloud, Tussey passes prelim budget

SAXTON—The Tussey Mountain School Board held a special meeting Monday and successfully passed... More...

Obituaries

Derrick Tyler Sisk - 2018-08-17
Doris Jane Fulton - 2018-08-16
A. Lorraine Walter - 2018-08-16
Raymond Lee Gordon - 2018-08-16
Verna June Neuder - 2018-08-16
Charlotte J. Nause - 2018-08-15
Jacqueline M. Davis - 2018-08-14
Ronald Eugene Wilson - 2018-08-14
Clair E. Calhoun - 2018-08-13
Mary L. Holler - 2018-08-13
Troy R. Lankey - 2018-08-13
Bruce T. Deneen - 2018-08-11
James D. Garner - 2018-08-11
James D. Garner - 2018-08-10
Joseph E. Turner - 2018-08-10
Terry Ann Fultz - 2018-08-10
Jimmy Earl Hoover - 2018-08-10
Obituary Correction - 2018-08-10
Donald R. Weimer - 2018-08-09
Linda A. Rodgers - 2018-08-09
Franklin W. Hillegas - 2018-08-08
Waylon D. Corbin - 2018-08-08
George R. Hoey Sr. - 2018-08-08
Linda Lou Dull - 2018-08-08
Charles B. Engle - 2018-08-07
Lorna Clark - 2018-08-07
Daniel L. Hart - 2018-08-07
Obituary Correction - 2018-08-07
Jack Smith - 2018-08-06
James E. Balme Jr. - 2018-08-04
Karen L. Jasper - 2018-08-04
Alma J. Barefoot - 2018-08-04
Terry E. Fix - 2018-08-04
Thomas P. Wolfe - 2018-08-03
Carl F. Rowser - 2018-08-02
Robert G. Sichko - 2018-08-02
Helen L. Manges - 2018-08-01
Helen L. Gordon - 2018-07-31
Thomas A. Rose - 2018-07-30

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State/National

Protesters call for ban on gifts from lobbyists to lawmakers

HARRISBURG,... More...

State briefs

Court: Pgh. cops may live outside city   PITTSBURGH (AP) — The Pennsylvania Supreme... More...

PSU board weighs Greek system changes

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) — Penn State trustees are planning to weigh recommendations to... More...

Editorial

Another ‘Bonusgate?’

Guest editorial

When the host committee for the Democratic National Convention held in Philadelphia last year... More...

Different Strokes —

Cartoon commentary
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Letters to the Editor

Way past time to act

Editor, Gazette:   It’s understandable that due to our busy lives; jobs, family, and... More...

State/National Sports

Senators try to avoid elimination by Penguins

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Guy Boucher has typically kept his team off the ice on off-days during... More...

Preds advance

NASHVILLE,... More...

Adams hits two-run homer to power Braves past Bucs

ATLANTA (AP) — Matt Adams hit a two-run homer in his second start since being traded to... More...