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January 5, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Tussey fills vacant board seat; reviews initial budget

SAXTON — The Tussey Mountain School Board, meeting in special session Wednesday evening in... More...

Special Sections

State/National

Michigan airport's goggle-wearing, wildlife-control dog dies of cancer

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — A speedy border collie that gained internet fame for chasing... More...

Westinghouse Electric, Toshiba's troubled nuclear unit, is acquired

CRANBERRY TOWNSHIP, Pa. (AP) — Westinghouse Electric, the U.S. nuclear unit of embattled... More...

Snatched by hungry eagle, little dog lives to bark the tale

Felipe Rodriguez says he thought he was hallucinating when an eagle snatched his sister's little... More...

Editorial

Adv- ice from the south

Guest editorial

Forgive us for being preachy, but with the extreme cold weather and numerous reports of fires, it... More...

Different Strokes —

Cartoon commentary
Full Story

Letters to the Editor

‘Angel’ provides glee, hope

Editor, Gazette:   There really are angels among... More...

State/National Sports

Serena to miss Aussie Open

MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Defending champion Serena Williams has withdrawn from the... More...

IIHF urges players to press NHL about Olympics

BUFFALO,... More...

Ajayi could turn into workhorse for Eagles in playoffs

In the topsy-turvy NFC playoffs, only the Falcons return from last year, and they sneaked in as the... More...

Bank heist

Hometown hires Gonsman as new senior vice president

The new leader at Hometown Bank brought a new focus on commercial lending this week by stealing a... More...

Butter finger

A sculpture was carved from a half-ton of butter in preparation for the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm... More...

Top of th' Morning

The Bedford County Humane Society reminds the public there is a state law concerning tethered dogs... More...

Obituaries

Cynthia Koontz - 2018-11-17
Louis F. Toke - 2018-11-16
James T. Kalfas - 2018-11-14
Donald Jay Watkins - 2018-11-14
Carl Eugene Deremer - 2018-11-14
Joseph M. Seifert - 2018-11-14
Thelma Louise Hale - 2018-11-14
Laren Henry Rudisill - 2018-11-13
Margaret Irene Snyder - 2018-11-13
Mary Elizabeth Growden - 2018-11-12
Doris V. Shippey - 2018-11-12
Alma R. Mickey - 2018-11-12
Vera C. Gardner - 2018-11-10
Gary J. Grabill - 2018-11-10
Robert (Bob) E. Gordon - 2018-11-09
Margaret Parks - 2018-11-08
Betty Marie Fleegle - 2018-11-07
John H. Keller - 2018-11-07
Julia C. May - 2018-11-07
Betty J. Hasting - 2018-11-06
Walter Thomas Jones - 2018-11-06
Vicky Lynn Smith - 2018-11-06
Ralph J. Bogel - 2018-11-05
Cindy Lou Straley - 2018-11-05
Wilhelmina L. Thompson - 2018-11-05
Allegra F. Morral - 2018-11-03
Mary Magdalene Bussard - 2018-11-03
Daniel Joseph Hyatt - 2018-11-02
Samuel H. Ray - 2018-11-02
Lucille Lucko - 2018-11-01
Myra W. Ritchey - 2018-11-01
Memorial Service - 2018-11-01
Josephine G. Adolphson - 2018-10-31
Robert W. Bechtel - 2018-10-30
Harry W. Foster - 2018-10-30

Local

New book about history of Bedford Co. being produced

A new book detailing the history of Bedford County is being produced by the Bedford County... More...

Blue Knob hosting first Ales on the Trails event

CLAYSBURG — Bundle up and make a trip up the mountain to Blue Knob Ski Resort’s... More...

Acting guild returns with radio show

Off Pitt Street Productions and Locality Gallery and Workshop will present their third old-time... More...

World

Religion

GROUP study for women will be offered at Point Church, 1822 Point Road, Schellsburg. “Without... More...

Preacher’s Point

Something old, something new for New Year’s 2018

A new year is upon us. With every new year comes resolutions. Resolutions are things people will... More...

Local Sports

Tussey grapplers rally past Claysburg, 42-35

CLAYSBURG — The Claysburg- Kimmel wrestling team came out of the gates on fire with a 29-12... More...

Central Cambria wrestlers get past Bedford, 49-26

Central Cambria took advantage of four forfeits to get past Bedford, 49-26, in a Laurel Highland... More...

Warrior wrestlers edge Mo Valley

EVERETT — The Everett wrestling team built up a 30-6 lead in the first eight bouts en route... More...