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Bedford Gazette Weekend (Newspaper) - October 16, 2010, Bedford, PennsylvaniaK a i f. Celebrating Hometown life inside bringing the Camel Hack sports Bedford Ridge Abc win pm. 7 Swiss cheer longest Tunnel Page 5gazette Mke Kend Bedford a. 75 published continuously since 1805. One of America s oldest newspapers. Vol. 206 no. 22 october 16 amp 17, 2010 saturday amp sunday woman Dies in 220 crash a Bedford woman was killed in a single car crash Viday afternoon on route 220 South of Bedford. Alisha Nicole Stough 19, was travelling southbound on the Road about 4 15 . When her 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier failed to negotiate a right curve in the Road state police reported. The vehicle spun in a counterclockwise direction crossing the northbound Lane. The car went off the Road and struck two Trees about 650 feet North of Back Springs Road police said. Stough was not wearing a seat Belt police said. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Bedford fire co. And ambulance answered two Calls for crashes in the Vicinity of the Springs within an hour Friday. Trick or treat night set. Trick or treat night for Manns Choice Borough will be held from 6 to 8 . Oct. 31. A candlelight Vigil for Domestic violence awareness month will be held monday at your Safe Haven. The Agency is focusing this year on dating violence and the guest speaker will be Susan Aaron who will talk about needing to recognize the signs of an abusive relationship like the one that happened with her teenage daughter. The Vigil will be held at 7 . Monday outside the your Safe Haven office at 195 drive in Lane in Snake Spring township. Bring your own Lawn chair for the program. For More information Call your Safe Haven at 623-7664. A walk for Leevi will be held at Northern Bedford s stadium monday. The walk is being hosted by the seventh Grade career education and work skills class at Northern Bedford county Middle school and will be held at Panther Community stadium from 6 30 to 8 30 . The class is hosting the walk As its make a difference Day project to Benefit Leevi Steele a 3-year-old boy who has been diagnosed with cancer. His parents Are David and Beth Steele of Hopewell. The Money will Benefit Leevi and his family. Each student will be collecting individual pledges. The Community is invited to come out and walk for a donation. There will also be donation jars placed at several local . Obituaries on Page 16. Pittman Rick e., 56, of Everett died Friday oct. 15, 201. Arrangements by Dalla Valle funeral service main Street Everett. Obituary in monday s Gazette. Well neighbor disputes Small Gas release by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Clearville a one Monroe township resident read with a certain amount of annoyance the reports on the response to a failed valve Seal on a neighbouring Gas Well on oct. 8 at a nearby property. Glynn Needham said this week she took exception to the assurances from Steckman Ridge owner of a Gas storage Well that lies under a Large area of Monroe township that the company is keeping neighbors apprised of what is going on and is reaching out to landowners about the project. Needham has lived with the Gas storage project quite literally since a Well was constructed about 200 feet from her front door a couple years ago. She tried unsuccessfully to Contact Steckman Ridge when she heard what she feared was the Well outside her Home making noises and venting Gas. Though she is about 3,000 feet from the Well that had the failed valve Seal along big Creek Road the release of the Gas sent Waves of Gas odor into her Home. Her air conditioning unit Likely pulled in the fumes because her windows were closed she said. When a spokeswoman for the company passed off the event at a Well along big Creek Road Monroe township As Quot a Small amount that quickly dissipated Quot Needham Felt she needed to respond. Needham 69, is battling serious health problems among them chronic obstructive pulmonary disease copy hypoxia which is a Lack of oxygen disease diabetes and congestive heart failure. She has an immune deficiency that quickly opens her up to any germ she May be exposed to she said. Needham was one of a Small group of property owners who lost an eminent Domain Case in Federal court a couple of years ago. Steckman Ridge won the right to take property for the development of the Wells and Gas storage Field and construction of a compressor station South of Clearville. That was the beginning of a continued on Page 3 Gazette photo Elizabeth Coyle the Steckman Ridge Well known As or 11, stands about 200 feet away from the Home of Glynn Needham of Pine Creek Road Monroe township. Needham has spoken out about Steckman Ridge and believes the company could do More to help residents be informed about its storage facility. The top of the Needham Home is visible in the background through the Well railing. Rah Rah Home coining even the future Bedford High school cheerleaders and football players participated in Bedford area school District s annual Homecoming Parade i iday and they cheered their Way Down the streets entertaining Bedford alumni and guests. At right Bedford youth football players were accompanied by an extra Large football and an inflatable linebacker As they travelled Down John Street. Gazette photos Elizabeth Kohler fed Short term fix plan brings Long term risks Washington apr Federal Reserve chairman Ben Demanke is balancing a Short term fix for the Economy with a Long term Gamble his plan to buy Treasury Bonds to fight High unemployment and super Low inflation now could ignite inflation later. But Demanke is signalling that doing nothing would pose the biggest risk of All. The fed chief on Friday made his strongest Case yet for injecting billions More dollars into the Economy. Purchasing the Bonds could further drive Down rates on mortgages corporate debt and other Loans. Lower rates could Lead people and companies to borrow and spend. And higher spending might help ease and invigorate the Economy. The Treasury purchases would have another aim too to dispel any notion that consumer prices will stay Flat and might even full. In his speech Friday in Boston Demanke indicated that fed policymakers favor raising inflation which has All but vanished. And More inflation could help the Economy. Here s How companies would feel More inclined to increase prices. And shoppers who thought prices were headed up would be More Likely to buy now rather than wait. Their higher spending could embolden employers to step up hiring. It would also help lift inflation. But overhanging the fed s plan is the risk that it would trigger runaway inflation months or years from now. Once investors began to fear approaching inflation they would demand higher rates on Bonds. A continued on Page 5 go West not when campaigning in a. Pittsburgh apr go West political men. Or maybe not if you want to catch Pennsylvania s candidates for govenor and . Senate at a Campaign event ahead of the nov. 2 election it s Best to head East. That s where Republican Tom Corbett and Democrat Dan Onorato Are spending most of their time vying to become the state s next governor the same is True for Republican Pat Toomey and Democrat Joe Sestak both of whom Hope to replace . Sen. Arlen Specter in Washington. Even National surrogates for the candidates have been largely staying in the Eastern part of the state. Quot it has almost nothing to do with geography and everything to do with numbers. You Are talking about where the voters live who Are skely to be up for grabs and the largest Pool of them happen to be East of the Susquehanna River Quot said Franklin amp Marshall College pollster g. Terry Madonna. Quot it s like a chess game every game piece matters. It s just that some pieces Are in play and some matter about 4 million of the state s 12.5 million residents or about a third live in Philadelphia and its suburbs. President Barack Obama has been in the state s largest City three times this month for a political rally with Sestak a private fundraiser for the candidate and to deliver his Back to school speech. Vice presi Dent Joe Biden attended the same rally and spoke at an event in Scranton less visibly he attended two private fundraisers for democrats in Pittsburgh this week. In the gubernatorial race both Onorato and Corbett Are from Pittsburgh and have established bases Here said Joseph Disarro chairman of a continued on Page 3 Bedford Gazette 424 w. Penn st. 814-623-1151 0 we install a any size any Styir it life time warranty a insulated Vinyl frames a Douma or triple pane pa#012102 a Peight s Ost Winin. M a 814216-9388 weather today sunny. Highs in the upper 50s. Northwest winds 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 40 mph. Tonight mostly Clear. Lows in the lower 40s. Northwest winds 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 35 mph becoming West Aro Imd 5 forecast tomorrow a mostly sunny highs in the mid 60s. West winds 10 to 15 mph. Sunday night partly Cloudy. Lows in the lower 40s. The outlooks monday partly sunny highs in the upper 50s. Monday night mostly Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of showers. Lows in the lower 40s. Tuesday mostly Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of showers. Highs in the upper 50s. Tuesday night Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of showers. Lows in the lower 40s. Wednesday Cloudy with a 40 percent Chance of showers. Highs in the mid 50s

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