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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Bedford, Pennsylvania Springs whiskey Page sports pm. 7 ice All stars s teeters keep Roet Lisberger a Page 6 a Gazette weekend Bedford a. 751 published continuously since j sos. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 210 no. 145 March 14 amp 15, 2015 saturday amp sunday Shuster talks jobs bikes at Rei Everett fire company was called to a pm Bedford memorial Hospital Friday morning. The fire company was Din patched at 5 49 . For an automatic alarm. According to Paula Thomas chief n u i no officer vice pres i Dent of patient care services at up cd Bedford memorial a this mornings alarm resulted from a heat tape malfunction on an air handler on the roof. Pipe insulation soldered and smoke entered the duct work setting off the smoke Thomas added patients were moved from West Hall directly under the roof top unit to the East Hall. A there was a smoke smell that was exhausted to the outside. No damage Thomas thanked the fire company for the Quick response and the staff for a calmly following our procedures. This positive response is a result of monthly the Fin company was at the scene until Dziut 7 40 . Officials will Honor Bedford High schools state wrestling Champion tuesday. Bedford area school Board and Bedford Borough let oth will celebrate the 126-Pound Champion on March 17. The Borough will proclaim tuesday Jonathan Gabriel Day and the school will Host a a meet and Greet with Gabriel and replay his finals match. The event will Start at 6 30 . Southampton historical society to celebrate St. Patrick a Day with history. Southampton historical society members will be located at the Chaneysville senior Center on tuesday St. Patrick a Day from 9 . To 2 . To scan old pictures and a talk the Public is invited to come and share old photos to by scanned while they wait. Bring a a a Green covered dish to share at not pm. For More information Call Regina Williams at 784-3284. The goal of the event is to help preserve the history of Southampton township. Deaths obituaries on Page 14 Crichton Gladys a miller93, formerly of Johnstown and Manns Choice. Hendrickson Linda i. Steele69, of Harshaw wise., formerly of Hopewell. 03 by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette managing editor reins distribution Center is ready to Crank up for a Busy season As outdoor enthusiasts Are getting a taste of Spring. . Rep. Bill Shuster visited the sprawling 525,000-Square foot facility in Bedford township Fri Day to see the activity at the Center that services 70 stores and handles $1.8 million dollars of retail vol ume each Day. This is one of the highlights of Bedford county a Shuster said following the visit he took with economic development and recreational representatives from the area. Scott Jones reins outbound operations manager said the Center processes about 7,500 orders a Day to stores and also to individual Homes. Shuster said one of the reasons for the visit was to he a sounding Board for employees asking whether they had questions or concerns employees asked about Job prospects generally a topic that is a concern across the country Shuster said. A really for most people across the country their concerns Are a am i going to have a Good Job Are my kids going to have a Good Job a a he said while unemployment has improved since the great recession a great Many have dropped out of the work Force he noted. The National unemployment rate is 5.5 percent hut according to the in s. Bureau of labor statistics the labor Force participation rate was 62.8 percent for february. Shuster said the development of the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania requires workers that done to continued on Page 3 Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle bicycling enthusiast and Rei employee Zac Kephart left talks with . Rep. Bill Shuster right Friday while standing with a couple of the company Stop line Novara hikes. Also pictured Are Mike Kane of the Community foundation for the alleghenies and Tom Sexton of the rails to Trail conservancy. Shuster says committee working to fund roads by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette managing editor of any Stab has a concern a fiut the future of Federal funding its Pennsylvania which leads the nation in the no Max a of deficient Bridges and has nearly 9,000 Miles of roads considered to in in a condition a the Federal funding that would help the state fix some of these roads and Bridges the Federal Highway Trust fund will in broke around late August unless Congress acts in the next few months . Rep. Bill Shuster chairman of the House transportation and infrastructure committee said following a tour of Fri in Bedford township Friday his committee is working with the ways and Means committee to come up with a Way to keep Money flowing into the fund supported by the Federal Gas tax of 18.4 cents Jar gallon of gasoline and 24 i cents or diesel gallon a continued on Page 3 Obama More work to do for veterans Phoenix a amid persistent com plaints about veterans health care presi Dent Barack Obama acknowledged lingering weaknesses Friday in the Federal govern mentus response to the chronic delays and false waiting lists that triggered a National outcry Over the veterans affairs health ays tem last year Obama said that while a Secretary Robert Mcdonald is a Chipping am Quot at the problem it was Clear there was still More work to do. A its important that veterans know that a continued on Page 5 customers place their orders at Lulu struck Stop during a performance of the Hee Haw show at Hyndman Friday night. Hynd Many a version of Hee Haw is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. At right Jodie Potter performs a Patsy Cline song Between comedy scenes. Gazette photos Jocelyn Brumbaugh blogger Amber Holberg performs in the a thee Haw Honky Tonk cafe during Hee Haw Friday night. Above Nick Blough right performs freestyle Blue grass style music with his grandson Caleb. Hee Haw performances continue at 2 . And 7 30 . Today at the Hope for Hyndman charter school. Hyndman celebrates Hee Haw or we Promise you attention to details funerals memorial services celebrations of Ufa j Lio fru a it gtd at Spring Hamu i Tutt i by wed fix Vii Fri mint rom comm sin r St t. Great location i great value gee Ai amenities a so a a a of pad a tfx a 9 to keep Milt i me sem put non teamed if a my fined Rutm jdyn�t0it jts Torti its. F. 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