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Bedford Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania Heritage Days festival planned a Page 6 a sports pm. 7 Hyndman Falls in state playoffs Crank up lemonade food Page 15bedford Gazette Bedford a. 75 published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 210 no. 213 june 3, 2015 wednesday fifth and turtles will be featured this weekend at Blue Knob state Park. Adults and children can learn about fish of the area by making colourful fish booklets with fish Stamps on Friday Between 7 and 8 . At the Buck Hill Amphitheater. Turtles will be the subject of a presentation from to toll . Sunday at the Amphitheater. A geologic journey Back in time to be offered at Shawnee state Park. The program will be presented at 7 sunday in the Parks historic and interpretive Center at the main office. The adventure will offer information on How sliding colliding and tearing of the Earth a plates produced the area land scapes of today. The program also will include information on the Long lost mountains of Pennsylvania dinosaurs in Bedford county and geologic changes brought about through fire and Brimstone. For More information Call the Park office at 733-4218 Between 8 . And 4 . Daily. Art reception planned. An Art exhibit inspired by Shawnee state Park will open with a ribbon cutting ceremony and reception from 7 to 9 . June 4 at the Shawnee Beach House. Admission to the exhibit is free. The Sunset wine and cheese reception will Cost $20 per person. Proceeds will Benefit Park programs including the 2015 fireworks. For More information c All 733-4218 or email . Registration is open for youth Field Day. The event will be held june 6 at the Bedford county sportsmen a club. Register at . Registration is mandatory. For More information Call 623-0964 or email . The Day is for youth Ages 9-15. Activities will include .22 Rifle shooting muzzleloader making Bird boxes Archery at safety trapping canoeing fishing trap shooting and More. The event is free and participants will receive a free t shirt and lunch. Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn St. 814-623-1151 03 Gazette photos Erin Thompson Bedford High school graduates Jacob Powell Grace Amato Natasha Eyer and Jordyn Growden prepare for their graduation ceremony tuesday night in the hallway. Gazette photos Elizabeth Coyle Everett area High schools class of 2015 flip their tassels Ifie Day night in the final ceremonial task of graduation. Bedford Everett seniors say Farewell Bedford class urged to a follow your own path by Erin Thompson Gazette staff writer seniors at Bedford High school Are a on to the next great feat a valedictorian Taylor faster said tuesday night As part of her commencement speech at the schools graduation ceremony. A for the Bedford class of 015, class is finally one Hundred fifty students accepted their diplomas on the football Field despite fog and intermittent drops of rain. A continued on Page 16 Bedford High school valedictorian Taylor easter addresses graduates tuesday night during commencement on the football Field. Everett grads to a smile More forgive More by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette managing editor Everett a with heartwarming humor and reminiscing staff students and administrators of Everett area High school said Farewell to the 88 members of the class of 2015 tuesday during commencement speakers provided plenty of advice and anecdotes about the class. Salutatorian Mitchell Kovel reminded classmates that there Are Tough Days ahead. A you could lie on top of the a continued on Page 2 Everett area High schools class of 2015 does the traditional final Wal through of the building tuesday night. O "89430b6001 / 3 county sees Job growth in april by the Gazette staff after a jump in the jobless rate in March the workforce and the number of people employed both increased in april the states department of labor and Industry Center reported tuesday. The departments Center for workforce information and analysis reported an unemployment rate drop of two tenths of a percentage from 6.4 percent seasonally adjusted for March to 6.2 percent for Bedford county workers. Jobs within the county grew by about 600 positions half of which were in the subcategory mining logging and construction the report showed. Another 300 were reported in service related industries including Leisure and hospitality and local government a reflection of the transition into summer related construction and activities such As new and used vehicle purchases and increased department store sales said Ashley Yar Chunas the centers Industry and business analyst. A continued on Page 2 insurers Eye rate hikes despite 10m health enrollees Washington apr More than to million people have signed up for private health insurance this year under president Barack Obama a Law the administration said tuesday. That puts the nation finally within reach of coverage for All but it May not last. The report from the department of health and human services comes As dozens of insurers Are proposing double digit Premium hikes for next year raising concerns about future affordability. And the supreme court is weighing the legality of subsidized premiums for millions of Consumers in More than 30 states. A decision is due around the end of the month. The 10.2 million sign ups represent Consumers who enrolled in a plan and followed through by paying their first months premiums. That number will fluctuate during the year As some people get jobs that offer coverage and others decide to drop their insurance. Although it exceeds a target of 9.1 million set last year by has Secretary Sylvia m. Burwell its not much of a Cushion. A a enrolment has been lower and slower than what most people projected a said Caroline Pearson of the data analysis firm Valere health. Still the combination of subsidized private coverage sold map file photo in this nov. 12, 2014, file photo the website where people can buy health insurance is seen on a Laptop screen in Portland Ore. More than to million people have signed up for subsidized private health insurance this year under president Barack Obama Law the administration reported tuesday. The positive numbers Are finally putting the nation within reach of coverage for All but the gains May not last. Through online insurance exchanges in every state along with medicaid expansion in most states has resulted in historic coverage gains. Nearly 9 out of to adults now have health insurance a about the same proportion of americans who buckle their Seatbelt. 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