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ELECTION 2015: 7 nominated for IASD board ELECTION 2015: 7 nominated for IASD board
3 days ago - - CHAUNCEY ROSS
The president of the Indiana Area School District board and the head of the board’s finance committee lost their bids for re-election Tuesday, and voters eliminated a first-time candidate in the primary elections, reducing a field of 10 to seven nominees who will appear on the November ballot. [Read More]

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Parties choose field in Indiana County commissioner race Parties choose field in Indiana County commissioner race
3 days ago -
Incumbent Mike Baker, a former county coroner appointed in December 2013 to complete the term of commissioner David Frick, received 3,873 votes to win one of the nominations for a full four-year term in the race for Indiana County commissioner on Tuesday. [Read More]
County auditors' race remains unsettled County auditors' race remains unsettled
3 days ago -
The race for Indiana County auditor remained contentious even after the polls closed Tuesday night. [Read More]
SpiritLife treatment facility advances SpiritLife treatment facility advances
4 days ago - - CHAUNCEY ROSS
PENN RUN — The executive director of a planned substance-abuse treatment center said an out-of-court agreement has ended a lawsuit and will allow the center to soon begin operating at the Eastern Orthodox Foundation grounds along Route 422. [Read More]
Polls open today for state, local elections Polls open today for state, local elections
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Sheri Fetterman, of White Township, was the first voter this morning at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church at Ben Franklin and Warren roads in White Township. [Read More]
Paying tribute: Prepping for Memorial Day Paying tribute: Prepping for Memorial Day
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Boy Scout Troop 29 in Indiana placed flags on veterans’ graves Monday at St. Bernard Cemetery in preparation for Memorial Day. [Read More]
Students take a cool field trip Students take a cool field trip
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Pre-Kindergarten students from Blairsville recently took a trip to the Cornell Creamery in Blairsville. [Read More]
Gazette wins 14 awards in ad contest Gazette wins 14 awards in ad contest
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The Indiana Gazette recently won a number of awards in the Interstate Advertising Managers’ Association contest. [Read More]
MARION CENTER: Tentative school budget calls for tax hike MARION CENTER: Tentative school budget calls for tax hike
4 days ago - - RANDY WELLS
The Marion Center Area School District directors Monday approved a tentative 2015-16 general fund budget that may require a 1.72 mill tax increase, but district business manager Richard Martini expressed some optimism that could change before final action is taken in June. [Read More]
Winners of visual art awards named Winners of visual art awards named
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The Indiana Arts Council recently held the Visual Art Achievement Awards for the 2015 K-12 Youth Arts Celebration from April 28 to May 3 at the Indiana Mall. [Read More]
Name dedicated on wall Name dedicated on wall
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Indiana County Sheriff Bob Fyock posed at the National Law Enforcement Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, when the name of William Cunningham, police chief of Glen Campbell, was added to the Memorial Wall. [Read More]
SCOTT COOK: Find the time to exercise SCOTT COOK: Find the time to exercise
4 days ago - - SCOTT COOK
Do you care about the way you look and feel? [Read More]
Room named for former professor Marcus Room named for former professor Marcus
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Dr. Irwin Marcus, faculty emeritus in Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Department of History, has been honored by the establishment of the Irwin M. Marcus Public History Room in the new College of Humanities and Social Sciences building. [Read More]
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