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ELLEN MATIS

Ellen Matis is the digital media coordinator and a staff writer at The Indiana Gazette. She is the person behind the Gazette's social media. A 2012 graduate of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ellen has a degree in journalism and public relations. Follow her on Twitter, @EllenMatis, or email her at ematis@indianagazette.net.

Articles by ELLEN MATIS

Bluegrass festival planned
65 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
Twolick Valley Rod and Gun Club’s annual Bluegrass Festival will begin at noon on Friday at the Rod and Gun Club, 487 Dogwood Road, Cherry Tree. [Read More]
Green therapy: Cancer survivor finds solace in yard work Green therapy: Cancer survivor finds solace in yard work
65 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
“Do what you love and love what you do.” Bev Painter, 73, of Indiana, has taken that popular motto as her own. [Read More]
Film series on social issues concludes Friday
65 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
Increasing community awareness of social issues facing residents of Indiana County has been the goal of the Center for Community Growth during its “A New Economy” film series. [Read More]
Indiana native takes helm of USSA Indiana native takes helm of USSA
66 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
Nick Pinizzotto knew he wanted a career in the outdoors as a child. [Read More]
Arena to host first flea market
66 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
Owner of antiques, collectibles and one-of-a-kind items? They might be just the items the first-ever Indiana Flea Market at S&T Bank Arena is looking for. [Read More]
Event to benefit Rural Valley girl Event to benefit Rural Valley girl
67 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
Area residents may be familiar with the monthly car cruise that’s held outside the Indiana Mall monthly, but this Saturday, there will be a twist for a good cause before the regular event. [Read More]
Indiana singer earns chance to open ballgame Indiana singer earns chance to open ballgame
68 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
Area Pirates fans may find themselves surprised when they see an Indiana resident performing the national anthem on Aug. 3 against the Colorado Rockies. [Read More]
Homer City farmers market off to a slow start
68 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS
The farmers market in Homer City has gotten off to a slow start, according to Borough Manager Robert Nymick. [Read More]
Consignment store offers twist on the usual theme Consignment store offers twist on the usual theme
69 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS, TOM PEEL
Handmade items sitting around? Antique furniture? They just might be items that The Log Cabin, a consignment shop “with a twist,” is looking for. [Read More]
Man recalls story of receiving painting from WWII prisoner
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Man recalls story of receiving painting from WWII prisoner
69 weeks ago - - ELLEN MATIS, TOM PEEL
Most wouldn’t expect a World War II German prisoner to give his prison guard a beautiful piece of artwork. [Read More]
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