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Julie E. Martin is a staff writer for the Indiana Gazette. Among her assignments are coverage of the Apollo-Ridge School and Penns Manor Area school districts and also White Township.

Articles by JULIE MARTIN

Teamwork recognized at chamber breakfast Teamwork recognized at chamber breakfast
200 weeks ago - - TOM PEEL, JULIE MARTIN
Indiana County’s legislators praised both a spirit of cooperation and the fruits of such teamwork at an Eggs and Issues Breakfast Friday at the Indiana Country Club. [Read More]
200 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Those at St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church have been working to provide for both body and soul with a health ministry that aims to assist seniors who are facing illness. [Read More]
Wholesale foods store in Home seeing steady customer growth Wholesale foods store in Home seeing steady customer growth
201 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
A small, unwanted house has become a welcome presence, both for its owners and the customers now served in its new life as a wholesale grocery store. [Read More]
County teenagers show heart on cross-country charity ride County teenagers show heart on cross-country charity ride
201 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Many times teens take the summer as a chance to kick back and relax, but this year, Calvin White and Isaac Grove decided to try something a little different: kick things into high gear and ride their bikes across the U.S. [Read More]
PENNS MANOR: School directors hire 10 teachers
201 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Penns Manor school board officials brought on 10 teachers Thursday, among them two who had been placed on furlough. [Read More]
APOLLO-RIDGE: Officials considering online advertising
202 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
Apollo-Ridge officials are considering signing up with an online advertising program that its creators say would not only generate additional revenue, but also come at no cost to the district. [Read More]
Knotweed Festival comes to Blairsville
202 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
It’s not uncommon for a community festival to celebrate a much-loved crop, say, pumpkins, or apples. Those at the Blairsville Community Development Authority, however, have taken a different approach, naming an upcoming event for an unwanted and invasive species. [Read More]
New Marion Center store caters to Amish New Marion Center store caters to Amish
202 weeks ago - - JULIE MARTIN
MARION CENTER — Debbie Ankney would much rather save something than throw it away. That was part of the appeal when Amish neighbors suggested she turn a former furniture and door-making shop on her property into a general store specifically designed to suit the needs of their community. [Read More]
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