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RANDY WELLS

Randy Wells has been a reporter and staff writer at The Indiana Gazette since 1988. His regular assignments include coverage of the Indiana County commissioners, Indiana Borough council and the Marion Center Area School District. His email address is rwells@indianagazette.net.

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INDIANA BOROUGH: Council to advertise tax rate INDIANA BOROUGH: Council to advertise tax rate
11 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
Indiana Borough council Tuesday agreed to advertise an adjusted real estate tax millage rate for the borough based on higher property values established during the countywide property reassessment and certified by the county commissioners. [Read More]
Airport festival to feature pair of WWII planes
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Airport festival to feature pair of WWII planes
12 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
A pair of World War II airplanes representing types that were adversaries in the South Pacific and later became important props in TV shows and movies will headline the attractions next weekend at the annual Indiana County/Jimmy Stewart Airport Festival. [Read More]
INDIANA COUNTY: Commissioners seek $3 million to add asphalt to runway INDIANA COUNTY: Commissioners seek $3 million to add asphalt to runway
12 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
On the recommendation of the Indiana County Airport Authority, the county commissioners Wednesday authorized the filing of a grant application to the state for up to $3 million to add at least 2 more inches of asphalt to the runway at the Indiana County/Jimmy Stewart Airport. [Read More]
Indiana County excise tax increases 2 percent Indiana County excise tax increases 2 percent
12 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
Most overnight accommodations in Indiana County will become a little more expensive next month, and the additional money spent will benefit tourism efforts, and indirectly, economic development, in the county. [Read More]
Spadafora elected to Marine foundation board Spadafora elected to Marine foundation board
12 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
An Indiana man who served as a U.S. Marine artillery officer in Vietnam is helping direct a national foundation that preserves the history, traditions and culture of the Marine Corps. [Read More]
Palace Gardens Drive-In remains closed Palace Gardens Drive-In remains closed
13 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
Unlike most Memorial Day holidays over the past 66 years, the screen at the Palace Gardens Drive-in theater this past weekend was blank. [Read More]
INDIANA COUNTY: Commissioners set new millage rate for property owners INDIANA COUNTY: Commissioners set new millage rate for property owners
13 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
The Indiana County commissioners Wednesday absorbed more flak from property owners still angry about the countywide property reassessment, then formally approved the post-reassessment 2016 tax certification and new property values. [Read More]
INDIANA COUNTY: Board criticized for handling of recertification vote INDIANA COUNTY: Board criticized for handling of recertification vote
13 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
Some of the most critical comments to the county commissioners Wednesday about their certification of new property values came from Tammy Curry, organizer of the group Indiana County PA Against Tax Reassessment Increases, and Bob Colgan, who was a candidate for county commissioner last fall. [Read More]
MARION CENTER AREA: Budget proposal indicates tax hike MARION CENTER AREA: Budget proposal indicates tax hike
14 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
MARION CENTER — In the past week, administrators and directors of the Marion Center Area School District pared more than $40,000 from a proposed general fund budget for next year, and on Monday the school board approved a tentative 2016-17 budget of $24,481,321. [Read More]
MARION CENTER AREA: Apollo-Ridge principal hired as new superintendent MARION CENTER AREA: Apollo-Ridge principal hired as new superintendent
14 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
MARION CENTER — Clint Weimer, the principal at Apollo–Ridge High School, in July will become the new superintendent of the Marion Center Area School District. [Read More]
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