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BLAIRSVILLE-SALTSBURG: Teachers union lists concerns about school separation BLAIRSVILLE-SALTSBURG: Teachers union lists concerns about school separation
4 days ago - - MARGARET WEAVER
BURRELL TOWNSHIP — As the Blairsville-Saltsburg School District awaits the results of a study by the Pennsylvania Department of Education that will analyze the school district’s proposed separation, members of the district’s unions have signed a resolution of concerns and questions. [Read More]

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Weather provides for winter fun Weather provides for winter fun
3 weeks ago -
More scenes like this could be possible in the next few days, according to the area weather forecasts. [Read More]
County unemployment rate up County unemployment rate up
3 weeks ago -
The December unemployment rate for Indiana County increased 0.2 percent to 6.9 percent, according to the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry. In December 2015 the county’s jobless rate was 5.9 percent. [Read More]
CAMPAIGN 2017: Sottile announces candidacy for judge CAMPAIGN 2017: Sottile announces candidacy for judge
3 weeks ago -
Tony Sottile, an Indiana attorney, announced his candidacy Tuesday for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in Indiana County, citing his broad-based legal background and family law experience in and out of the courtroom. [Read More]
Indiana girl places fourth at Punt, Pass, Kick competition Indiana girl places fourth at Punt, Pass, Kick competition
3 weeks ago -
Allie Coker, a freshman at Indiana Area Senior High School, placed fourth in last weekend’s national Punt, Pass & Kick competition. [Read More]
Works of Frank Mason to be displayed at IUP Works of Frank Mason to be displayed at IUP
3 weeks ago -
A variety of work by Frank Mason, a mid-20th century painter, student and then instructor in the Art Students League of New York, will be on exhibit at the University Museum at Indiana University of Pennsylvania starting Saturday and running through March 11. [Read More]
Dancers make donation to charities Dancers make donation to charities
3 weeks ago -
The 11th annual Dancers with Heart and Sole, a charity variety show organized by Sue Hewitt Dance Studio, took place Jan. 21 at the Indiana Area Senior High School. [Read More]
Caroline Rhea performance canceled Caroline Rhea performance canceled
3 weeks ago -
A performance by comedian Caroline Rhea scheduled for Feb. 18 has been canceled due to personal scheduling conflicts, according to Kristen Kaltreider, marketing manager at the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex. [Read More]
Area agencies open doors to teen volunteers Area agencies open doors to teen volunteers
3 weeks ago -
Teens, did you know volunteer service can transfer to work experience and looks great on your college application? Volunteering is fun because you get to decide to work in a field that interests you. [Read More]
Group to deliver singing valentines Group to deliver singing valentines
3 weeks ago -
The Indiana PA Chapter of Sweet Adelines International, The Indi-Anna Chorus, will be delivering singing valentines, in person or via phone, Tuesday, Feb. 14. In-person deliveries will consist of a choice of two songs and a flower. Valentines by phone will consist of one song choice. [Read More]
Area tree farmers set sights on resurgence Area tree farmers set sights on resurgence
3 weeks ago - - HEATHER CARLSON
You may visit one every year in November or December to find the perfect fit for your Christmas decor, choosing among spruce, fir or pine. In Indiana County, you have ample choice of Christmas tree farms to make your selection. [Read More]
On family farms, there is no such thing as a day off On family farms, there is no such thing as a day off
3 weeks ago - - SEAN YODER
MARION CENTER — At Lone Oak Farm, the suction pump is thumping rhythmically soon after 5 a.m. Someone is mucking out the gutters while another is wiping down cow udders or pushing hay down through holes overhead. Country music is winding its way down through the stanchion barn. [Read More]
Farming industry remains backbone of local economy Farming industry remains backbone of local economy
3 weeks ago - - RANDY WELLS
During the Woodland Epoch from about 1,000 B.C. to A.D. 1700, Native Americans who lived in villages along creeks and rivers in what is now Indiana County grew corn and other crops. And with those first plantings agriculture gradually became a more important part of life in the county. [Read More]
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