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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - August 8, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania Shoppers quid i Steve Annist to retire sports pm. 6 pirates win 5-4 debate facts Page 5gazette weekend Bedford continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 210 no. 270 August 8 amp 9, 2015 saturday amp sunday obituaries on Page 14 Callihan very i j. 64, of Schellsburg. Devore John a., 72, of Hyndman. 8943060010 new business Park Caps Boda year by Andrew Carr Gazette associate editor a record crowd filled the Eisenhower room at the Omni Bedford Springs resort for the Bedford county development association s annual meeting Friday. Bette Slayton president recapped the organization s actions in 2014-15, which included awards attending Trade conferences and working to bring businesses to the county As Well As increasing Tho opportunities for the companies already in the area. One of the major projects in 2014 was the development of a second business Park she said the $2.5 million project is located adjacent to the Rei distribution Center along interstate 99, Bedford township was funded through a state business in our sights loan and ensures More Opportunity for businesses to come to the Region she said the 143-acre property with 70-plus acres pad ready eliminates a months and months probably years of planning and permitting a she said. Really All somebody needs is a building permit to come in and create jobs Here she said. The Park engineered by h f Fen. Company of Johnstown and constructed by Glenn o. Hawbaker inc., a construction firm out of Centre county supports a 10-year prop erty tax free zone Slayton said. A continued on Page 3 Saxton to Host Central District convention by Erin Thompson Gazette staff writer Saxion Saxton Volunteer fire company is hosting a regional convention aug. 13 to 15 that is expected to bring Between 1,500 and 2,000 firefighters from 22 counties in Pennsylvania and the Western Border of Ohio said Brandon Diehl the Compo a s Public information officer. As part of the 3-Day convention the fire company will of or events to the Public such As a pet Parade a continued on Page 3 a photo submitted Kyle Rhodes Sam Raffensberge Nathan Lester Trenton Smith. To Smith and Matt segue of mount Union fire company no. I take part in the Ems a Load and go Quot Competition at the Huntingdon county firemen a convention last month. Tup Ltd i 5 i Hospital Day is today. The event is open to the Public from to . To 2 . Aug. 8 at a pm Bedford memorial. 10455 Lincoln Highway Everett. There will in live entertainment food children a games face painting a petting zoo and More baskets will is rat fled to Benefit the make a wish foundation. Food and drink will be available. The Bedford county sheriffs office is advising people to be Alert for a phone scam. Heavily accented callers Are calling people claiming to be the sheriff s office and Are advising residents to bring Money to the sheriffs office to avoid being arrested according to a press release from the sheriffs office. When residents refuse to give Money the caller May threaten to execute an arrest and or warrants. Sheriff Charwin Reichelderfe advises people that his office does not solicit via phone and the deputies personally serve civil paperwork and arrest warrants of anyone receives a suspicious Call Contact the sheriffs office at 623-2910. Old Bedford Village will Host the seventh annual Vietnam education project this weekend aug 8 and 9. The greater Pennsylvania military preservation association will give guests a real life feel for what soldiers experienced when fighting in Vietnam. Visitors Are encouraged to walk through the Camps set up As they would have been during the War. The Encampment will include soldiers military vehicles Field hospitals and support staff and is created to help Honor veterans and educate the pub lie about the Wair the event is free and open to the pub lie. After viewing the Vietnam displays guests May also visit old bed Ord i i loge for a fee a food Sale scheduled for next saturday has been cancelled. The sal�1 scheduled for the Fairgrounds aug 15 to Liene fit the planned Bedford county Fairgrounds learn my Center has been cancelled. Deaths Gazette photos Cassidy Sherman Kane to plead not guilty on leak charges Harrisburg a. A Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane is scheduled to be arraigned saturday on charges that she leaked secret grand jury information but she won t be in the courtroom. Kane who faces charges including a felony count of perjury is expected to be processed at the Montgomery county detective Bureau in the Philadelphia suburb of Norristown then arraigned via closed circuit to by a District judge nearly to Miles away in Collegeville. District attorney Risa Vetn Kerman whose office is prosecuting Kane said such arrangements Are increasingly made for the convenience of the people involved. The Case against Kane 49, a political newcomer in 2012 when she became the first woman and first Democrat elected As Pennsylvania attorney general could end her status As the states highest ranking female office Holder she is accused of leaking secret grand jury information to an operative who passed it on to a reporter to strike Back at former state prosecutor who she believed had made her look bad and then lying about it under oath. Kane a lawyers say she will plead not guilty. She contends that she is innocent of any wrongdoing and has portrayed herself As a victim of a continued on Page 14 band students at Everett High school have been hard at work this week perfecting their routine for the upcoming football season. On the last Day of Camp Friday students completed a final a Drill Down which required them to March in time to a metronome on the practice Field behind the High school. Taking a break after rehearsals Are front from left Jocelyn Deneen Shay Decker Jenna Cruickshanks Rebecca Hess Emma Burke Ashley Koval. Back from left Mckenna Swartzwelder Connor Burke Sarah Finnegan Brad Knepp. Students received Points throughout the week based on their performance during the week Long Camp. The Winner of the weeks Drill Downs Nathanial Maxwell right poses for a photo with Everett band director Larry Sarvey. Below before students take up their instruments they practice marching in formation. Half time prep hrs Mwiwa at of mag has la be. It Muk in no mini comm my great location i great value grf at amenities six i Mai 4 sip of Nappi 4 is my mrw a warm it Fco a tits my a i a Witt. V or Hatm Betm at in in up a in asap to aft Golf cum it i. Vow. A ki4-a1v4.w a Quot v it a a a a. a Somerset dental associates m 444-��55 1 Quot a same Day denture amp partial repair dentures made Start to finish in one week financing available senior citizens discount

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