Herald Standard in Uniontown, Pennsylvania 1 May 2013
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Herald Standard (Newspaper) - May 1, 2013, Uniontown, PennsylvaniaWednesday dash hot ideas for Cool cookouts see insert serving Fayette amp or his at n Joil Ucli k a Ali f local held for court Fredericktown Man faces assault trial. A6 Community service Geibel Catholic senior enjoys volunteering her time. B1 ties an Barf wednesday. May 1, 2013your local news Leader vol. 32 no. 234 internal probe traces judicial Campaign communications to Laurel school Board member i i a a a a a a in Quot a 1 ii i a a Quot a a a a ii. I. Sepicy a dad sent school faxes by Patty Yauger firstname.lastname@example.org the Laurel Highlands school District superintendent said a school Board member was responsible for sending multiple Campaign related faxes from a District elementary building. Superintendent Jesse Wallace said tuesday that after launching an internal investigation it was determined that Board member Melvyn sepic the father of Fayette county judicial candidate Douglas sepic was responsible for sending out announcements about a tuesday a meet and Greet event from the Hutchinson elementary school office. A we have spoken a said Wallace of an earlier sepic conversation with Melvyn sepic. A it was an oversight on his part. He had had some problems with another fax and went to Hutchinson and asked to use after learning that a Campaign related fax had originated from school equipment Wallace said that he began questioning staff As to who used the equipment and Learned that Melvyn sepic had been permitted Access to the machine. A it was because of his status in the school District that he was Given Access to the fax a said Wallace. A i certainly done to think he intended to do anything it is unclear How Many faxes were distributed As the older equipment will Only generate a daily report within 24 hours. A the first thing i sought was the activity report but because it was More than 24 hours after april 23i was unable to retrieve the report a said Wallace adding that the manufacturer was also contacted to determine if Access could be made. A it is due to the age and ability of the machine that we were unable to get Wallace said that the staff has been instructed that political material can not be distributed via the school District equipment by employees students or anyone associated with the District. A the District does not faxes Page a7 Survey results satisfy Fayette Bench candidates by Susy Kelly Skelly heralds Tankard. Com after reviewing the results of a Survey among members of the Fayette county bar association candidates said they were satisfied Overall with the ratings Given by their colleagues and Peers regarding their qualifications to sit on the Bench of the Fayette county court of common pleas. The Survey ranked the qualifications of each of the five candidates in Contention for the two available seats in terms of their Legal ability sufficient to earn respect among lawyers and jurists trial administrative and teaching experience reputation for character and integrity financial responsibility judicial temperament mental and physical capacity Community involvement administrative ability Devotion to the improvement of the Quality of Justice and demonstrated sound professional judgment. Survey Page a7 Connellsville nepotism testing subjects in debate editors note the following is the first in a three part series on the candidates for school director in the Connellsville area school District. By Natalie Bruzda Bruzda a heralds Tankard. Com incumbent candidates for school Board director in the Connellsville area school District said they will continue to tackle Tough issues in the school District if re elected while their challengers said they will try to Institute changes if elected. The eight candidates recently met with the Herald Standard editorial Board to discuss issues facing the school District and other schools across the state. The candidates Are incumbents or. . Carte or. Paul Means and Gary Wandel and challengers Scott a a stretch Board Page a3 morning Spring Dunk after Pill to sell Over counter Washington apr the government is moving the morning after Pill Over the counter but Only those 15 and older can buy it a an attempt to find Middle ground just Days before a court imposed deadline to lift All age restrictions on the emergency contraceptive. Today plan b one step is sold behind pharmacy counters and buyers must prove they re 17 or older to buy it without a prescription or else see a doctor first. Tuesdays decision by the food and drug administration Lowers the age limit to 15 a and will allow the Pill to sit on drugstore shelves next to condoms and spermicides or other women a health products. But customers must prove their age at the Cash Register. Teva women a health which makes plan a said it would begin Over the counter sales in a few months. The question is whether tuesdays action settles a larger court fight. Earlier this month . District judge Edward Korman of new York blasted the Obama administration for imposing the age-17 limit saying it had let election year politics Trump science and was making it hard for Pill Page a3 Joel Brewton Herald Standard Bryce Ricks of Connellsville dunks a Ball at Areford Park in South Union township saturday. Ricks played basketball for Connellsville area High school and dreams of playing for Penn state Fayette someday. 99450 00100 Index business do classified. D3-7 comics c5 Law amp order. A6 obituaries. B2 opinion. A4-5 puzzles c6 sports. Cl-4 sections in today a edition will be out of sequence due to technical . Racetrack a Casino 210 Racetrack Road a Washington a gambling problem Call boo 8481880 obituaries Bryner Loretta Mill run Gressly Lorraine Mercer Hager Betty Mae Gibbon Glade Honkowicz Erin Uniontown Hubans Alex Tennessee Mcfadden pc Danny sr., Uniontown Pedro Herman Uniontown Porupski George jr., Smith Field Sikina Joseph Lemont Furnace Sines Evelyn Bruceton Mills Traficante Eugene Tower Hill 1 see details on b2 today High 74 Low 48 see b8.win.a new 2013 Ford Mustang or $20,000ash�?guaranteed saturdays in Ivray. A a of a try of my a
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