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Speaker from Bedford County shares reassessment experience

Speaker from Bedford County shares reassessment experience

- SEAN YODER

There were a lot of questions about Clean and Green asked Friday night from the large crowd that came out for the latest rally against county tax reassessment. Not everyone got their questions answered from guest speaker Tom O’Neal, who said he recently went through the reassessment process in Bed

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2015 Rotary Rally to be held 2015 Rotary Rally to be held
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The 2015 Rotary Rally will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Aug. 14 through downtown Indiana. [Read More]
CROP Hunger Walk planned CROP Hunger Walk planned
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The 2015 CROP Hunger Walk is scheduled for Oct. 11 in Indiana, with registration starting at 12:30 p.m. [Read More]
Missions Possible 5K set Missions Possible 5K set
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Missions Possible will be holding their third annual 5K run and walk on Saturday, Aug. 15 at 8:30 a.m. This year’s race will have a change in location and will be the kickoff for the Knotweed Festival in Blairsville. The race and awards should be over by 10 a.m. which will give everyone time to wa [Read More]
Community church events announced Community church events announced
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Every Saturday in The Indiana Gazette, find this roundup of family- and community-related events hosted by churches in the Indiana County area. [Read More]
In the Spotlight: Hilltop Baptist Church In the Spotlight: Hilltop Baptist Church
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Hilltop Baptist Church, formerly Fundamental Baptist Church, started its roots at the corner of Locust and Fifth streets before the move to its present location. [Read More]
Area churches plan vacation Bible school Area churches plan vacation Bible school
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The following area churches have scheduled vacation Bible school: [Read More]
Enter to Win: The Photo Run contest Enter to Win: The Photo Run contest
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If you love to run, you know having a great pair of sneakers is important. That's why GingerbreadMan Running Co. is sponsoring The Indiana Gazette's Photo Run contest! [Read More]
Avian flu fears keep chickens from fair Avian flu fears keep chickens from fair
1 day ago - - RANDY WELLS
The 10 members of the Indiana County 4-H Poultry Club are busy preparing for the annual poultry showmanship competition at another Indiana County Fair. [Read More]
Veteran uses trek to thank those who served Veteran uses trek to thank those who served
1 day ago - - JASON LEVAN
You may have seen a large covered wagon pulled by two mules traveling — slowly — through Indiana on Thursday. [Read More]
Photos of the Week
Photos
Photos of the Week
1 day ago - - JAMES J. NESTOR, KAYLA GRUBE
Each week, the Gazette presents the people and places of the Indiana County area through the eyes of Gazette photographers and our readers. [Read More]

All Indiana Sports News

 
TONY COCCAGNA: Chance made a wrong decision TONY COCCAGNA: Chance made a wrong decision
1 day ago - - TONY COCCAGNA
I received a text message, out of the blue, one day late in May: “Just checking up on my favorite people in town. Hope everything is going well with you and your family.” [Read More]
ICL BASEBALL: West Lebanon advances to title game ICL BASEBALL: West Lebanon advances to title game
1 day ago - - DUSTIN FILLOY
BLAIRSVILLE — The hits just didn’t fall this time for Blairsville, and for the first time in the back-and-forth series, a come-from-behind win didn’t play out. [Read More]
Youth team advances to regional tournament Youth team advances to regional tournament
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Gavin Homer, standing, fourth from left, of Indiana, helped the Iron Horse Sports baseball team win the Northwest State Championship tournament recently. [Read More]
Trail race slated for Aug. 15 Trail race slated for Aug. 15
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DILLTOWN — The Indiana Road Runners Club will conduct the Run For The Trail 7K Run and 2-Mile Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Aug. 15. [Read More]
Hollis wins in ladies league Hollis wins in ladies league
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Ann Hollis won the play of the day, subtract your putts from your total score, in the Indian Springs Tuesday Morning Ladies Golf League. [Read More]
YOUTH LEGION BASEBALL: Penn Township wins regional title YOUTH LEGION BASEBALL: Penn Township wins regional title
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The newly spawned rivalry between Penn Township and Wesleyville ended in fitting fashion in the championship game of the Pennsylvania Youth American Legion Western Region baseball tournament Wednesday at First Commonwealth Field. [Read More]
ICL BASEBALL: Colts force decisive Game 5 ICL BASEBALL: Colts force decisive Game 5
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Bobby Thompson smacked an RBI single in the eighth inning to drive in the eventual game-winning run, lifting Blairsville to a 9-8 win over West Lebanon in Game 4 of the semifinal round of the Indiana County League playoffs Wednesday at Bertolino Field. [Read More]
IUP ROUNDUP: Crimson Hawks name new coach IUP ROUNDUP: Crimson Hawks name new coach
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IUP hired Scott Pennewill to lead the women’s volleyball program. [Read More]
ICL BASEBALL PLAYOFFS: Blairsville, New Derry stay alive ICL BASEBALL PLAYOFFS: Blairsville, New Derry stay alive
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One-run games remained the norm in the Indiana County League semifinals on Tuesday. [Read More]
YOUTH LEGION BASEBALL: Title, state berth remain on line YOUTH LEGION BASEBALL: Title, state berth remain on line
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Penn Township plated six runs in the first inning and bounced back from its first loss in the tournament by routing Armstrong, 12-5, in the Pennsylvania Youth American Legion Western Regional baseball tournament Tuesday at First Commonwealth Field. [Read More]

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Details of suspect's capture emerge
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KITTANNING (AP) — An escaped inmate suspected of strangling an acquaintance and stealing a gun and two trucks while on the run led police on a chase and rammed a cruiser before being captured Friday, authorities said. [Read More]
PennDOT maintenance, construction scheduled PennDOT maintenance, construction scheduled
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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has scheduled the following maintenance and construction in Indiana County for next week. [Read More]
POLICE LOG POLICE LOG
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Eric S. Steele, 45, of Indiana, reported to state police that someone stole a 20-inch Samsung LED TV from inside his RV along Concord Drive between midnight Thursday and 9:30 a.m. Friday. [Read More]
ACCIDENT ACCIDENT
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Both drivers were hurt in a two-vehicle accident July 23 along Route 981 at Freddie Road, according to state police. [Read More]
Not guilty plea entered for church shooting suspect Not guilty plea entered for church shooting suspect
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CHARLESTON, S.C. — The white man accused of gunning down nine parishioners at a black church in Charleston wants to plead guilty to 33 federal charges, but his lawyer said in court Friday that he couldn’t advise his client to do so until prosecutors say whether they’ll seek the death penalty. [Read More]
Escapee accused in killing captured Escapee accused in killing captured
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KITTANNING — State police reported this morning that troopers captured an escaped Armstrong County Jail inmate suspected of killing a woman. [Read More]
Police withdraw drug charges Police withdraw drug charges
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Indiana Borough police on Wednesday withdrew narcotics charges that had been filed July 9 against a former star basketball player at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. [Read More]
POLICE LOG POLICE LOG
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State police said they will file charges against a 22-year-old Indiana man for possessing a small amount of marijuana at The Grove Apartments at 100 Grove Lane July 13 at 1:45 a.m. [Read More]
Ex-university officer makes bail in motorist's killing Ex-university officer makes bail in motorist's killing
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Two University of Cincinnati police officers who were present when a colleague shot and killed a motorist were placed on paid leave, a university spokesman said Thursday, while a judge set bail of $1 million for the officer at the center of the case. [Read More]
Lawsuit filed over shooting at township building Lawsuit filed over shooting at township building
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The widow of a victim of a 2013 shooting at a municipal building has filed a federal lawsuit against township officials and a county sheriff, alleging they knew the gunman was mentally unstable and capable of violence but failed to provide security at a township meeting where he opened fire. [Read More]

All Family News

 
STUDENT OF THE MONTH: Juliano Estrado Donatelli STUDENT OF THE MONTH: Juliano Estrado Donatelli
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The Indiana Optimist Club recently selected Juliano Estrado Donatelli as Boy of the Month for July, the 691st Boy of the Month honored since the program began. [Read More]
Gazette readers' birthdays: Aug. 1 Gazette readers' birthdays: Aug. 1
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Be sure to wish a happy birthday to these Gazette readers when you see them today: [Read More]
HOSPITAL NOTES HOSPITAL NOTES
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From the Indiana Regional Medical Center, July 31... [Read More]
Gazette readers' birthdays, July 31 Gazette readers' birthdays, July 31
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Be sure to wish a happy birthday to these Gazette readers when you see them today: [Read More]
HOSPITAL NOTES HOSPITAL NOTES
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Indiana Regional Medical Center, July 30, 2015: [Read More]
2ND BIRTHDAY: Chloe Battick 2ND BIRTHDAY: Chloe Battick
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Chloe Regan Battick turns 2 years old today. She is the daughter of Frank Battick and Wendy Nemeth Battick, of Ernest. [Read More]
Birth marks fifth generation for family Birth marks fifth generation for family
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The arrival of Ryleigh Greek marked the fifth generation of the Yanoschick family. [Read More]
Gazette readers' birthdays, July 30 Gazette readers' birthdays, July 30
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Be sure to wish a happy birthday to these Gazette readers when you see them today: [Read More]
HOSPITAL NOTES HOSPITAL NOTES
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Indiana Regional Medical Center, July 29, 2015: [Read More]
Gazette readers' birthdays, July 29 Gazette readers' birthdays, July 29
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Be sure to wish a happy birthday to these Gazette readers when you see them today: [Read More]

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Wing flap taken to site
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BALMA, France — Representatives of the world’s media gathered today outside a French defense site in Balma in southwestern France, awaiting the arrival of a piece of plane wing that could be from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. [Read More]
Trade ministers fail to reach deal
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LAHAINA, Hawaii — Trade ministers from a dozen Pacific Rim nations failed to reach a deal on a new trade agreement that would cover nearly 40 percent of the global economy, U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman said Friday. [Read More]
Baltimore killings soar to level unseen in 43 years Baltimore killings soar to level unseen in 43 years
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BALTIMORE — Baltimore reached a grim milestone on Friday, three months after riots erupted in response to the death of Freddie Gray in police custody: With 45 homicides in July, the city has seen more bloodshed in a single month than it has in 43 years. [Read More]
Rivals of Islamic State attack unit supported by U.S.
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BAGHDAD — A Syrian insurgent group at the heart of the Pentagon’s effort to fight the Islamic State came under intense attack on Friday from a different hard-line Islamist faction, a serious blow to the Obama administration’s plans to create a reliable military force inside Syria. [Read More]
Experimental Ebola vaccine could stop virus in West Africa
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LONDON — An experimental Ebola vaccine tested on thousands of people in Guinea seems to work and might help shut down the waning epidemic in West Africa, according to interim results from a study published Friday. [Read More]
Pilgrims to stay at zoo during Pope's visit Pilgrims to stay at zoo during Pope's visit
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Visitors making the pilgrimage to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis in September are exploring all options to stay in the city — even those on the wild side. [Read More]
Family caught sneaking into park
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ALLENTOWN (AP) — Police say a Philadelphia woman and nine members of her family tried taking a theme park for a ride by running into the park without paying for tickets. [Read More]
School closes due to venomous spiders
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MERCERSBURG (AP) — A central Pennsylvania school district has closed one of its elementary schools due to an infestation of venomous spiders. [Read More]
Man charged with health care fraud
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HARRISBURG (AP) — A former Pennsylvania hospital employee has been indicted on charges he performed flawed genetic tests on 124 late-stage cancer patients and then lied about it. [Read More]
Family of crash victim sues Amtrak
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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The husband of a technology executive killed when a speeding Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia has sued the railroad for wrongful death. [Read More]

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AS I SEE IT: Natural gas powering our economy AS I SEE IT: Natural gas powering our economy
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As most Pennsylvanians know, we are producing more natural gas than all but one other state, thanks to the prolific supplies of gas in the Marcellus and other formations. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: The time to act is now Letter to the Editor: The time to act is now
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It’s time to take our county back. Many of you have grown up here, went to school or college here, worked, raised your families here. Many are “transplants,” having moved here for work. We have all enjoyed what this county has to offer. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Lobbying for medical care Letter to the Editor: Lobbying for medical care
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What if you called 911 and no one responded? Across the state of Pennsylvania many areas are facing this as a reality. [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Commissioners should show their concern Letter to the Editor: Commissioners should show their concern
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The following is a quote from the Indiana County commissioners on the recent tax reassessment: “We are also very concerned with the senior population who yet do not clearly understand the effect of their tax notice or their ability to pay.” [Read More]
Letter to the Editor: Appreciating God's 'true colors' Letter to the Editor: Appreciating God's 'true colors'
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Considering that God is “Love,” it’s obvious by living under our creator’s supervision that we’ll prosper in a loving and righteous way. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: What do you have to say, commissioners? Letter to the editor: What do you have to say, commissioners?
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What do you say? Commissioners, what do you say to the 83-year-old lady who lives by herself as a widow living off her Social Security but feels secure in her home because her late husband built it with his own hands? [Read More]
Letter to the editor: One-third needs to be heard on reassessment Letter to the editor: One-third needs to be heard on reassessment
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The Third needs to be heard: This is not against paying taxes. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: When the Bible meets the law Letter to the editor: When the Bible meets the law
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An interesting caricature of God has emerged — both in recent Gazette letters and elsewhere — that seem to portray him as a sort of whimsical destroyer, intent on annihilating America in response to its legalization of same-sex marriage. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: Next Indiana board should consider this Letter to the editor: Next Indiana board should consider this
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At least three current Indiana school board members will be gone the first week of December and the two lowest overall vote-getters in the primary are current board members, so as many as five (the majority of the board) are likely to be replaced by new members. [Read More]
Letter to the editor: Publicly shamed for simple forgetfulness Letter to the editor: Publicly shamed for simple forgetfulness
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I was baffled when I came home on Friday, July 10. A huge yellow piece of paper was on my door for the whole neighborhood to see that I made one mistake. I accidentally left my garbage can out Thursday into Friday morning. [Read More]
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