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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - January 23, 2016, Bedford, Pennsylvania
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Saturdays Spaghetti dinner is postponed to sunday. A Spaghetti dinner to Benefit Loysburg resident Monte Ritchey has been been pushed Back a Day due to predictions of heavy Snow. The event at the Northern Bedford High school cafeteria has been postponed until sunday Jan. 24. The meal and silent auction will be from i to 4 ., and the live auction will take place at 4 30 Tickets will not be sold at the door. The Bedford county fair Board won three awards at the 102nd annual Pennsylvania state association of county fairs in Hershey. The county a powerpoint promoting the fair earned a second place. The fairs Premium tabloid earned a third place and the scrap Book cover won third. Bedford county a fair Queen Megan Anderson of Schellsburg will compete in the state fair Queen contest saturday. There a no word that it has been postponed As of Friday afternoon. The fair Board will meet feb. 4 to Honor volunteers. By Cassidy Ann Sherman Gazette staff writer Mark Nave of Bedford had no idea that head help a Friend receive a lifesaving kidney transplant by just sharing a Post on face Book. After seeing the outcome of the Post decided to make a Post of his own a this time for his own health. Nave 55, a former business owner in Florida found out five years ago had liver cirrhosis a condition in which the liver becomes replaced with scar tissue blocking blood flow. About six months ago shared a face Book Post for Friend and resident of Florida Shirley Disimone to help her find a living kidney donor. Michelle Zipp of new Paris stepped up to donate a vital Organ to a woman she had never met. Nave said the Post was up for two Days before people started to respond. A i thought holy cow its Nice these people would do this because i never would a Nave said adding that people from Maryland Pennsylvania and North Carolina All offered to donate part of their own liver to him. After much consideration Shanda Goodrich 34, of Everett was the donor selected for the transplant because of her location and Nave said it have worked out better. A Shanda was probably the Best Choice in the world a said calling her an Nave has two children who live in Florida a Madison 19, and Blake 23 a and Sisters and aunts and uncles who said were unable to donate. That led him to ultimately to face Book. A continued on Page 5 Gazette photo Cassidy Ann Sherman Mark Nave of Bedford and Shanda Goodrich of Everett meet at hebrews Coffee shop on Richard Street in Bedford on wednesday afternoon before Goodrich goes Down to North Carolina to perform the last round of pre operative testing before the liver transplant surgery on feb. 15. The surgery is being performed at Duke University Hospital in Raleigh . County ready for Snow Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle John Heidorn of Nicks Lawn and property management of Bedford uses a tractor to move Snow from the curb along Juliana Street outside a amp to Bank in Bedford Early Friday evening. Tile owner of the a now removal company Nick Tirpak said has 32 properties to manage. He expected and his Svor kers would be up All night trying to keep ahead of the snowfall from the snowstorm this weekend. By Andrew Carr Gazette associate editor utilities and emergency services Are gearing up to respond to incidents that might arise from the snowfall set to hit the Bedford county area this weekend. Dave Cubbison emergency management director for bed Ford county said his department has been preparing for the storm and additional staff has been put in place at the 911 Center to Deal with any emergency situations. A this thing has been noted for Over a week everybody knows this is coming and it has already started. Municipalities Are Well aware of it they have been preparing a said. Cubbison said the county is Well suited to respond to any emergency situation. A if there is an emergency that Means we have to put people out on the Road and take a Chance with their lives. But if a continued on Page 5 snowstorm hitting millions of americans this weekend by Jessica Gresko and Seth Borenstein associated press Washington apr one in seven americans will get at least half a foot of Snow outside their Homes when this weekends big storm has finished delivering blizzards Gale Force winds White out conditions and flooding to much of the Eastern United states. But in the nations capital the snowstorm promised to leave a much bigger Impact. The first flakes of what could become two feet or More of wet driving Snow began falling in Washington just Atter i ., sloshing in from the Ohio River Valley looking just like the forecasts promised. Conditions quickly became treacherous As the storm moved Northeast. Arkansas and Tennessee got eight inches Kentucky got More than a foot and states across the deep South grappled with icy Snow covered roads and Power outages. At least eight people died in traffic fatalities in the dangerous weather. Washington mayor Muriel Bowser asked residents to a Hunker Down and a shelter in place through sunday. A the forecast does not show any evidence of lightening up a she said stressing the a life and death the Good news meteorologists appear to have gotten this storm right. Their predictions converged and millions of people got Clear warnings Well in Advance. Blizzard warnings and watches stretch through new York City into new England stopping just Short of Boston but the Washington area should get hit the hardest a this is probably going to be one of the a continued on Page 5 some charges against Psi admins thrown out by Mark Scolforo associated press Harrisburg a. Apr a Pennsylvania appeals court on Friday dismissed several of the More serious criminal charges against three former Penn state administrators Over their handling of the Jerry Sandusky child molestation scandal. The Superior court ruled that Cynthia Baldwin the University a then general counsel should not have testified against Gary Schultz tim Curley and Graham Spanier during grand jury proceedings a violation of at Tomey client privilege. The three judge panel threw out perjury obstruction and related conspiracy counts against Spanier the schools former president and Schultz a former vice president. It also tossed charges of obstruction and a related conspiracy count against Curley the schools former athletic director. A Ems. Baldwin did not adequately explain to Curley that her representation of him was solely As an agent of Penn state and that she did not represent his individual interests a wrote judge Mary Jane Bowes. A although Curley was certainly aware that is. Baldwin was general counsel for Penn state this awareness did not result in Curley knowing that she represented him solely in an Agency Bowes said that it a simply does not follow that if is. Baldwin represented Curley As an agent of Penn state none of his communications with her were All three Are still charged with failure to report suspected abuse and endangering the welfare of children. Curley also still faces a perjury count lawyers for Spanier and Schultz said the conspiracy charges were dismissed in their entirety. A we Are reviewing the decision and will have no further comment until we be had an Opportunity to do a said Chuck Ardo a spokesman for the attorney general a office which is prosecuting the three men. Spanier attorney tim Lewis said they have always been confident will be vindicated. A we Are grateful that the court has carefully considered the record and has concluded that very important rights of or. Spanier were violated a Lewis said. Tom Farrell Schultz a lawyer said the next move was prosecutors. They could ask the full Superior court to reconsider or seek an Appeal to the supreme court the states top court. He said a recent Superior court decision awarding a new trial to monsignor William Lynn in a Case that also involves criminal charges for handling of sex abuse cases could help Schultz defeat the remaining counts against him. A continued on Page 5 we Are always at your service funerals memorial services celebrations of life Homewood at Spring House estates county pee Mich retirement Community great location i great value great amenities a Salt utter Fumii amp if a a ref a a run pm Frau it Mart flow pm to Loti nerd i pet min from Heater Eek a cute a to rms mrkal ?rt�r�4 mob a we hour Lam. Jim we on tour int my no to ton in Vicuna ave. Of Vertu. 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