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A Bedford business owner and mentor for young women in the county was honored with the 2021 Athena Award at the annual Bedford County Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony Thursday night.

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Throughout this year, the Bedford County Sestercentennial Celebrations Committee will be presenting a series of articles by means of the kind assistance of the Bedford Gazette (itself, a gem in the crown of Bedford County history). This series will be comprised of a variety of subjects caref…

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Farmers’ Market vouchers are still available at the Bedford County Area Agency on Aging.

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(Obituaries on Page A14)

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Torrential rain earlier this month and again this week may have left the area soaked, but it could result in the region drenched in bright colors later in October.

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Farmers’ Market vouchers are still available at the Bedford County Area Agency on Aging.

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The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for Sept. 27-Oct. 1 is as follows:

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EVERETT — The Everett Area High School was selected as a national Blue Ribbon School award winner this week, an honor school administrators say stems from years of progress in the district.

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Meeting in its monthly voting session Monday evening in the high school administrative suite, the Tussey Mountain school board passed a resolution giving district Superintendent Dr. Jerry Shoemake the authority to develop a Health and Safety Plan the district will observe during the current …

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The Bedford County Planning Commission on Wednesday was updated on several plan revisions that will be in the works in the coming months.

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Members of Bedford High School’s Homecoming Court are, front row from left Jessica Dibert, Natalie Lippincott, Josie Shuke, Riley Ruffley, Juliana Taylor, Peyton Gable, Sydney Taracatac, Lizzy Martz, and Emma Harclerode (missing is Cadence Widmeyer). Back row: Bowen Lamarche, Cameron Hagenbu…

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EVERETT — An Everett Area school board member has resigned following weeks of discussion about the state’s mask mandate in schools.

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September traditionally engenders the back-to-school atmosphere of new supplies, a clean slate, and renewed energy. Behavioral psychologists call it the “fresh start effect,” a kind of mental reset button that harkens back to when we were kids heading back to school.

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Tractors and more were on display over the weekend during the annual Power Reunion near New Enterprise. Above, Floyd Kegg of Bedford and his 1953 Ford take part in the tractor parade on Sunday at the annual event. At right, James Robinette of Bedford and his dog, Bambi, watch the tractor par…

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A Saxton man is facing felony charges, including risking catastrophe and possessing a weapon of mass destruction, after police found an explosive device in his vehicle on Friday.

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The Milwaukee activist charged in a shooting altercation in Juniata Township in August 2020 was arrested in Illinois after an alleged domestic altercation and police chase.

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UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Producers can learn how to better manage differences in forage quality and how it impacts rations at the Forage Quality Impacts on Rations for Sheep and Goat Producers Workshop offered by Penn State Extension.

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Above, children get a ride around the Southern Cove Power Reunion grounds on Sunday near New Enterprise. At right, Justin Bowser, a Cove native now living in Shanksville, and his daughter, Lilly, 5, show their 1955 Farmall 400 tractor on Sunday at the Southern Cove Power Reunion. Bowser said…

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The first of five drug take-back events in Bedford County occurred this past weekend at the Masonic Temple in Everett.

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Editor’s Note: The Gazette throughout the year has featured a series of articles on Bedford County’s history in conjunction with its 250th anniversary celebration this year. Mixing with that series is another series on 13 days throughout the year designated as “Bedford County Ethnic Holidays…

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(Obituaries on Page A3)

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Bedford County was awarded more than $745,000 by the Appalachian Region Commission (ARC) to expand and improve broadband infrastructure in unserved areas in Bedford County.

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The menu for the senior centers in Bedford County for Sept. 20-24 is as follows:

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BABB, Don C., 74, of Everett, Pa., died Thursday at home. Obituary in Saturday’s edition. Arrangements by Akers Funeral Home Inc.

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Dive teams from Huntingdon, Cambria, Mifflin and Dauphin counties searched for and recovered the body of a 20-year old male swimmer from Coatesville who drowned in the waters of Raystown Lake Sept. 15 near the Susquehannock Campground in Penn Township.

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The Bedford County Veterans and Citizens for Heroes are holding their annual golf outing at the Omni Bedford Springs Resort on Friday to raise money to support veterans and first responders.

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Friday will mark the 224th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, and the first anniversary of a local Constitution Day gathering to commemorate the event.

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“I wish I was an Oscar Mayer wiener, that is what I’d truly like to be, and if I were an Oscar Mayer wiener, everyone would be in love with me.”

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The Bedford County commissioners recognized a century of 4-H programming in the county on Tuesday.

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The Bedford Area School District’s school board once again has a vote whether to approve a new charter for the HOPE for Hyndman Charter School on its monthly agenda.

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Opposition to Gov. Tom Wolf’s school mask-wearing mandate was the main topic of discussion Monday evening when a large delegation of concerned citizens turned out for the Tussey Mountain school board’s monthly work session to voice their concerns over the controversial issue.