Indiana in a nutshell
It's finally warming up out there today. Though it's cold this morning with temperatures still in the single digits, you can expect a high of almost 30 degrees today.
AccuWeather has the hour-by-hour look at today's forecast .
Coming up in today's Gazette ...
In recent weeks, about two dozen suspected overdose deaths in the Pittsburgh area have involved heroin containing fentanyl, a synthetic morphine substitute. Though this form of drug combination has not been found by local law enforcement agencies, officials say that doesn't mean it's not here. Randy Wells has that story today.
[PHOTO: Clymer, in its winter splendor. (Tom Peel/Gazette photo)]
Penns Manor Area School District will be among the first of Pennsylvania's school districts subjected to an expanded performance audit by the state auditor general's office. Sam Kusic has more.
A new study has found that a child's "weight fate" is determined by age 5. But researchers think there may be a window of opportunity to prevent obesity. How? Find out in today's edition.
Because it's Thursday, you'll find this week's Calendar page, with Indiana County and regional entertainment events.
In Sports, the IUP men's and women's basketball teams played the UPJ teams Wednesday. Get the detailed game reports on the sports page and in the Indiana County Area Sports section on The Indiana Gazette Online.
And, from the Super Bowl: Reports say that the Seahawks once pursued Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, and cold-weather title games used to be the norm. Those two stories, plus much more on the Super Bowl page.
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