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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - May 21, 2015, Altoona, Pennsylvania Page a2 a Altona Mirror weather Etc. Thursday May 21,2015 today a forecast a Erie 61� i 45� a of Scranton 69�i 43� state College a 61� i 46� a Altoona Harrisburg 57� i 44� 5901 go a Pittsburgh 63 147 Philadelphia v \ 62� 151� amp 2015 upon Deryoung Conn today a artist Savana Marie Nazelrod second Grade foot of ten elementary Thunder storms partly Cloudy Jil h who wore Ray a flumes a today ice tonight 10s is of 10s 20s 30s 40� sos 60s 70s 80s 90s Loos nos showers mostly Cloudy with a touch of rain. Clear to partly Cloudy. High 57 Low. 44 pm i. I j. 4 tip in fifty Jim in rain to storms flurries Friday saturday a Jef pm \ a mostly sunny mostly sunny High 67 High 68 Low 36 Low 44 a err. To a e t is v Snow ice sunday partly sunny High 76 Low 59 Al a to see the drawing by the featured artist below visit a Hunter Ehredt fourth Grade Claysburg Kimmel elementary temperatures yesterday average records High 61 High 70 High 92 1996 Low 45 Low 48 Low 31 2002 precipitation As of 8 St Blas county Airport yesterday .0.02" May. .1.13" year. 8.91" Sunrise Sunset today a Sunrise. .5 52 . Today a Sunset 8 28 . Fridays Sunrise .5 52 fridays Sunset. 8 29 . Moon phases new first full last la it i june 16 monday june 2 june 9 College suit alleges hazing Philadelphia a a former softball player at St. Joseph s University claims in a lawsuit that she endured sexually charged hazing so bad that she contemplated suicide and was forced to quit the team. The Federal lawsuit by the unidentified plaintiff against the University and softball coach Terri Adams alleges a a widespread and Well known culture of abusive and sexually charged hazing on the team. The plaintiff alleges that during a we Klong hazing period in 2013, the player was subjected to demeaning behaviour such As being forced to perform a sexually lewd dance to ask and answer sexual questions and Tell sexual stories. She alleges that she saw other freshman players forced to simulate sex acts. The suit says players were told Midway through the week that administrators had found out about the activities and they were timing suspended. Area news in Brief from around the Region car Wash to help raise travel funds professionals Auto body in Duncansville will Host a car Wash from 9 . To noon saturday to raise Money for the people to people organization. People to people sends High school students to study abroad and learn about different cultures. Hollidaysburg area student Kenzi Eaton will travel to Australia this sum Mer and donations made at the car Wash will help her with travel expenses. Library hosting armed forces event the Hollidaysburg area Iti Blic Library will have a . Armed forces recognition at to . Friday in the facility a armed forces room. Retired it. Col. Sam i Junkie will be the guest speaker and armed forces members veterans and friends Are invited to attend. A special recognition plaque has been placed in the armed forces room. For information on adding a plate to the plaque Call the Library at 695-5961. Submit events organizations seeking to have their memorial Day services and parades included in the mirrors Roundup should submit their information by 5 . Today via email to news a Altoona , or by fax at 946-7540. Include time Date location name of speakers Etc., As Well As a Contact number in Case of questions. The mirrors Roundup list will tart appear ing Iff Friday a Mirror. Sharing a coat Altoona if error 301 Cayuga ave., Altoona a 16602 main number 814-946-7411 toll free 800-222-1962 newsroom fax 946-7540 news tips .946-7450 managing editor .946-7527 reprint policy any items submitted to the Altoona Mirror become the property of the newspaper for All purposes. The Mirror reserves All rights to works submitted. The Mirror holds the right to copy prepare derivative works from distribute and or display the work publicly. The Mirror also holds All commercial rights in submitted works. Community news ,946-7459 sports editor .946-7461 life editor .9467454 submit your news announcements letters to the editor photographs and More can be submitted online at . Corrections factual errors in the Mirror will be corrected on this Page. To bring an error to the newspaper s attention Call the appropriate editor at the numbers listed. Place classified and .946-7422 hours .7 30 . To 5 . Monday to Friday fax .9497002 and 946-7547 and manager.946-7511 inquire about classified or advertising Bill .946-7411 break Page display ads or to inquire about rates .946-7411 Mirror photo by j d Cavrich 4 group of second third and fourth graders from miss Terchanik and mrs. Seymour s class from St. Patrick s school in Newry were planting Flowers in the discovery Garden at the american legion Park. Hunter Dodson left and Carl Leitenberger both second graders have fun sharing a jacket due to Cool temperatures. Customer service Telephone customer service hours monday to Friday 6 am to 5 Home Beavery subscription rates easy pay.$17.15 monthly. .$18.45 52 weeks $205.40 13-week offers sat Sun Mon .$31.20 sunday .$22.75 Carrier positions. .946-7480 or 800-2874480 weekends 6 toll am. Digital Only subscription rates monthly.$20.00 52 weeks $180.00 delivery deadlines daily.6 . Arn. Ate refunds offered on subscriptions. For no Dairy Home delivery subscribers included with the Cost of your subs cup Bon you will receive a newspaper on the following Date in 2015 nov. 26. 946-7480 or 8002874480 postmaster Send address changes to Altoona Mirror . To 2008. Altoona a 16603-2008 published daily postage paid at Altoona. A. Uses 015100 vol. 129 no. 342 of our 141st year �2015 Altoona Mirror lottery a two fired potentially lethal shots at officer Philadelphia a two Brothers charged with killing a Philadelphia police officer during a shootout inside a video game store each struck the officer with a potentially lethal shot prosecutors said wednesday As the suspects waived their preliminary hearing. Sex convict Carlton Hipps 29. And half brother Ramone Williams 25, together fired six bullets that struck officer Robert Wilson moments after announcing a robbery. Wilson a 30-year-old father of two had stopped in the game Stop on March 5 to buy a gift for his older songs upcoming loth birthday. His partner was in their Cruiser. Wilson fired Back in the two against one gunfight As the store manager and six others the counter. The gunmen took cover behind a sup port column. Hipps remained on crutches wednesday from a gunshot wound he sustained when he tried to run and was shot by Wilson a partner prosecutors said. Its not Clear How Many shots Wilson managed to fire but ballistic evidence shows that at least 37 shots were fired inside the store. Wilson was shot six times including a deadly shot through his right Eye alleged to have come from a .40-Cal-Iber Ruger fired by Williams and another potentially lethal shot to the Back fired from a Glock that police link to Hipps. A while seven civilians crouched behind the counter fearing for their lives officer Wilson was Able to get off several rounds before collapsing a assistant District attorney Brian Zarallo told the courtroom. Correction an article on Page Al on the Hollidaysburg area school Board primary incorrectly stated How Troy Keefer a write in Campaign could affect the Republican ballot in the fall. If Keefer a Campaign is successful he would Knock Donna Zook Frye who unofficial results show finished fifth in the Republican voting off the Republican ballot. Zook Frye will appear on the fall ballot regardless by virtue of winning a democratic nomination. Wednesday night pick 2 90 pick 3 608 pick 4 6419 pick 5 98730 wednesday midday pick 2 51 pick 3 645 pick 4 1592 pick 5 72435 wednesday treasure Hunt i 7, 20, 22, 30 Friday Mega millions estimated Jackpot $194 million wednesday Power Ball i 12, 28, 35. 44 Power Ball 25 Power play 3 estimated Jackpot $121 million wednesday Cash 5 i. 22, 23, 38, 42 tonight a Cash 5 Jackpot will be Worth $800,000 because no player matched All five winning numbers. 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