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The Indiana Gazette Online's Community Connection is an effort to gather news, photos, events, and submitted reports from each of our local communities. We've centered communities around our school districts. Below you find the Indiana Area news.

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IUP FOOTBALL: Hawks' offense a work in progress IUP FOOTBALL: Hawks' offense a work in progress
54 weeks ago - - MATTHEW BURGLUND
If the 2015 football season started today, Curt Cignetti would feel good about his defense. But the offense? Well, let’s just call it a work in progress. [Read More]

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IUP ROUNDUP: Crimson Hawks come up short IUP ROUNDUP: Crimson Hawks come up short
2 weeks ago -
IUP rallied to score 11 runs over four innings, but the Crimson Hawks’ comeback attempt fell short in an 18-16 loss to Lock Haven in a solo nine-inning PSAC baseball game on Tuesday. [Read More]
Indiana boys drop section game
2 weeks ago -
Indiana fell to Penn-Trafford, 9-4, in a WPIAL Division 2 Section 1 boys’ lacrosse game Tuesday at Andy Kuzneski Field. [Read More]
HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS: Indiana duo wins section doubles title HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS: Indiana duo wins section doubles title
2 weeks ago -
NEW KENSINGTON — The Indiana doubles team of John Appolonia and Kellen Short claimed the WPIAL Section 3-AA doubles tennis title Tuesday at Valley High School. [Read More]
Indiana girls win third straight
2 weeks ago -
The Indiana girls lacrosse team picked up its third straight win Tuesday, defeating Yough 17-7 in a Division 2 Section 1 game. [Read More]
NWTF banquet slated May 14
2 weeks ago -
The Yellow Creek chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation will hold its 23rd annual Hunting Heritage Banquet on Saturday, May 14, at the Rustic Lodge. [Read More]
Turkey shoot slated at Shelocta
2 weeks ago -
SHELOCTA — The Shelocta Sportsman’s Club will hold a turkey shoot on Sunday, May 1. [Read More]
Panel takes on issue of refugees Panel takes on issue of refugees
2 weeks ago - - PETE SIRIANNI
Let them in or keep them out? That’s the question many Americans are asking with civil unrest in the Middle East causing millions of refugees to relocate. At Monday’s Six O’Clock Series, a panel discussed some myths about refugees and their effect on different world nations. [Read More]
CAMPAIGN 2016: Plenty deserve blame for failed policies, Halvorson says CAMPAIGN 2016: Plenty deserve blame for failed policies, Halvorson says
2 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
Art Halvorson blames Congress for the problems of the U.S. government. Specifically, he blames other Congressional Republicans, like Rep. Bill Shuster, for mismanagement and allowing the Obama administration to run amok. [Read More]
Internists help prevent health issues Internists help prevent health issues
2 weeks ago -
One common misconception in health care is that there is no need to see a primary care provider, unless you are sick. However, establishing a visit with an internist is beneficial for adult health and wellness. [Read More]
Ballroom dancers learn line dance Ballroom dancers learn line dance
2 weeks ago -
The Indiana Ballroom Dance Club recently held a dinner-dance with an “Urban Cowboy” theme at the Rustic Lodge, White Township. [Read More]
Church fills a need for Alice Paul House Church fills a need for Alice Paul House
2 weeks ago -
Calvary Presbyterian Church recently collected gift cards for a variety of Indiana retailers to benefit those being served by the Alice Paul House. [Read More]
Club schedules meeting
2 weeks ago -
The Herb Study Group of Indiana County will meet at April 26 at The Red Cross Building in White Township. [Read More]
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