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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - February 6, 2016, Bedford, Pennsylvania Libraries preserve history a Page 3 a sports pm. 8 Tussey boys top Everet twitter reporting terrorism a Page 15�?Gazette weekend Bedford a. 75c published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 211 no. 83 february 6 amp 7, 2016 saturday amp sunday Bedford township municipal authority will be conducting work the week of feb. 8. Weather permitting the authority will be starting a water system expansion project in the area of the intersection of Briar Valley Road and Chalybeate Road. Residents Are asked to be aware of and respect for construction vehicles and personnel. Traffic should not be interrupted but temporary delays May be experienced. This work will require several months. Vita is offering its annual free income tax help for eligible filers. Internal Revenue service through the Vita program will provide free income tax help to people of lower income senior citizens and handicapped persons of Bedford county. Local volunteers trained by the irs will be at the Everett senior Center 101 Main st., Everett every tuesday and thursday Between feb. 9 and april 14 from 2 to 5 . Help will be provided on Federal state and local returns. People Are asked to Supply the tax package they received in the mail w-2 wage statements interest dividends and other papers pertaining to 2015 income and expenses and a copy of last years completed tax return. No business returns will be allowed. For More information Call 494-1879 or 623-8148. Deaths. Obituaries Page 6 Eichelberger Wilmer a. A Bud a 87, Deptford new Jersey formerly of Everett. Ramsey Terry b. A a 76, Harrisonville. Speicher Raye r. Whetstone Diehl 65, of Manns Choice formerly of Cairnbrook died thursday feb. 4, 2016 at her Home. Obituary at a later Date. Harvey h. Zeigler funeral Home inc., Hyndman a is handling arrangements. Wilson Clair w., 84, Somerset. Visit us wow Facebook. Com a a a a wow. I o r89a30 6 3011 Gazette photo Andrew Carr . Rep. Bill Shuster Speaks to Bedford county residents during the Bedford chamber of Commerce so government ifs your business breakfast with congressman Shusters event held at Homewood at Spring House estates Friday morning. Shuster Speaks to business Community by Andrew Carr Gazette associate editor Everett a . Shuster updated Bedford county residents on the happenings in Washington during a speaking event on Friday. The a government ifs your business breakfast with congressman Shusters was held at Homewood at Spring House estates with Shuster explaining the current Washington . Climate As Well As answering several questions from the audience among some of the topics covered were new legislation a such As the Highway Bill which Shuster championed a and the Impact on Bedford county. He also provided some of his thoughts on the current election season. Shuster from Everett thanked his Home county for hosting the event saying that the Community is one that is thriving and continuing to expand. A there is a lot of Opportunity Here for us and i appreciate the business Community and All that you do a he said. Shuster said it is important that state and local leaderships work together with Federal leadership to a keep pulling that Wagon in the right he said the current political climate in Washington has made it difficult to pass reforms chief among them the Republican revocation of the affordable care act also known As Obama care. A there Are a number of challenges that we have dealt with Over the last several years starting Back to the inauguration of president Obama in 2009, when he controlled both houses of Congress and he was Able to ram through legislation that i did no to support and did no to think would be Good for America a he said. He said the act has not delivered on its Promise and there Isnit a Day that goes by where constituents Arentt sharing a continued on Page 5 Man shares Pennsylvania dutch stand up routines by Vicki Terwilliger the Pottsville Republican Herald Archbald a. Apr Kai Morgan knows he a a Little different. He was one of the few a non caucasian kids to graduate from tri Valley High school and comes from a mixed ethnic background of what he describes As a a filipino and a Pennsylvania today at 27, morgans taken a humorous approach to his Pennsylvania dutch roots and created a comedic alter ego a dutch master As a part time comedian Morgan has been hosting stand up events since november in Schuylkill Dauphin and Northumberland counties Many of them to Benefit Volunteer fire departments. In his Day Job he a a full time emt with Lebanon county Ems Cleona. A when we were kids we used to imitate our teachers accents teachers who we did no to like and my dad a a Republican Herald via a this Jan. 27 photo shows Kai Morgan known As dutch master Morgan who is a Valley View comedian. Morgan will have a show at the Muir fire company on March 25 and 25. Morgan shows a to shirt made by a fan at his Home. Morgan Valley View a son of Scott and Roxanne Morgan said. He said his late paternal grandparents Paul and Avice Morgan were from Pitman and were his Mother is from Binan City Philippines. Morgan is a 2007 tri Valley High school graduate and a 2009 graduate of Mccann school of business and technology Pottsville with an associate degree in medical assisting. Since he and his brother Jon first posted their video on Facebook of driving through Valley View about a year ago thousands have viewed his Facebook Page and subsequent postings. In a continued on Page 6 students to showcase performance skillets students to display dance twirling and color guard skills at preview show by Cassidy Ann Sherman Gazette staff writer students at Bedford High school were working hard Friday in the schools cafeteria to prepare for the annual preview show they Are hosting saturday. The show will include percussion dance twirling and color guard however Bedford steam focuses on Rifle flags and sabres. According to Shonda Clark director of the senior High and Middle school teams the preview show will allow 40 teams from Pennsylvania new Jersey and Maryland to perform in front of nine judges who will then give them feedback about How they can improve their routine Clark said. First students will be Able to perform their routine in front of the judges and then will have time to improve before the evening show she said. The teams done to a qualify for National Competition but the purpose of the Competition is to obtain a ranking. The director said last year the Bedford team was ranked eighth out of 25. Bedford steam of 12 students will perform in the senior High novelist category Clark said. The team More than doubled in size from last year growing from 5 to 12 team members she said. Some band students joined the indoor guard this year. The indoor guard started in 2006 under the direction of the late Bobby Mellott who died in 2014 following a Long illness. Under his guidance the team qualified for National Competition. Tom Regester a member of friends of the Bedford indoor guard said that although Many teams Are attending not All of them will be performing in the same categories. Some will be competing in dance and while others May compete in just percussion. The competing teams Are ranked against each other and will then go onto the regional competitions and then the National Competition in Wildwood new Jersey in april Clark said adding that she could not do it without the help of the Bedford school District. A continued on Page 5 court rejects Kane a request to reinstate her Law License by a a Scolforo and Marc Levy associated press Harrisburg Paap a Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Rimes Law License will remain suspended after the states highest court on Friday denied her request to have it reinstated while she fights criminal charges of leaking secret grand jury material and lying about it. The courts unanimous rejection could pave the Way to an unprecedented vote in the state Senate on Whethe to remove her from office. A Kane spokesman said the first term Democrat was disappointed but not surprised. A Senate vote could happen in the coming weeks after a special committee spent about three months exploring the question of whether Kane could run the 800-employee Law enforcement office without a Law License. Senate majority Leader Jake Corman a Cen tre said senators will discuss the matter when they reconvene in the Capitol next week. A a it san important Issue a Corman said. A a it a really unprecedented so i think it deserves to be in seeking to have her License reinstated Kane argued that Justice Michael Eakin should not have participated in the suspension vote because of his involvement in a salacious email scandal. A continued on Page 5 we Are always at your service Homewood Al Spring haute estates but a county j pm Mux retirement Community great location i great value great amenities stiffer pm i amp of Mufatti tar my Mai Amorn of a Yea ski ism is. A Faun met t a mgr Taft a Cdv of h v w,uubkwo0u.f6fil 150 vat trip ave. Everett a 814-413-0349�somerseth dental associates in Quot ii 814 444-0850 same Day denture amp partial repair dentures made Start to finish in one week financing available senior citizens discount a

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