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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaInside weather deaths Index prior warning internal documents show managers at the u. Environmental Protection Agency were aware of the potential for a catastrophic Blowout at an abandoned mine that could release Large volumes of Wastewater laced with toxic heavy Page 3 Leader killed the Obama administration said the no. 2 Leader of the islamic state militant group was killed in a u. Military airstrike in Iraq earlier this Page 5 rivals meeting North and South Korea today were holding their first High level talks in nearly a year to defuse mounting tensions that have pushed the rivals to the Brink of a military Page 7 making history the first female soldiers to Complete the a mys rigorous Ranger school pinned on their Black and Gold Ranger tabs at fridays graduation ceremony at fort Benning Page 7 mistrial a North Carolina judge on Friday declared a mistrial after a jury deadlocked in the Case of a White police officer charged with voluntary manslaughter in the death of an unarmed Black Page 9 classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 19 dear Abby. 11 entertainment. 21 family. 20 lottery. 2 religion. 8 sports. 13 18 today in history. 11 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Johnston Mary Jean Hileman 85, Saltsburg Lewis Clair Eugene Gene 56, Homer City Mahkovic Amy Beth trimble48, Blairsville Rager Robert w. Muzzy 75, new Derry our fresh picked butter & sugar Sweet Corn. Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 permit renewal notices in to Days classifieds open Mic fundraiser for the Northern appalachian Folk festival at Spaghetti benders. Tonight 9 00 p. Homegrown jumbo Lopes & Chambersburg peaches Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 bbl every saturday & sunday noon 4 p. M., lots of new tasty items Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 need a career change Stop searching and get matched with Trejo connexion. Com Indiana Gazette online partly Cloudy tonight. Sunny and Nice tomorrow. 56� 81� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Wow. Indian Gazette. Com 24 pages 2 sections vol. 112 no. 1 75 cents 30 31 August 2015 31 26 27 28 29 16 23 24 26 27 22 14 15 8 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 17 18 19 25 2 3 4 0 25 23 31 23 a hons in the news there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Evan Bertig Kitty Hood Joel Martin Aimee Park Kathy Misko Maria Price. Saturday 22 three americans subdue gunman on train in France career training enrol now 724 349 6700 x131 application fee waived in August welding now welding bobcats fans look for a team poster inside today gop plans override votes on budget by Mark Scolforo associated press Harrisburg Pennsylvania House republicans said Friday they will Force votes next week to override the democratic governors budget Bill veto one piece at a time despite questions about the constitutionality of what they plan to do. House majority Leader Dave Reed told members of his caucus that he will Call up elements of the vetoed budget Bill that would authorize funding at a similar level to what gov. Tom Wolf supports. An override vote on these lines would be the quickest and most efficient Way to get agreed to needed funds to these schools and agencies without additional costs wrote Reed r Indiana. Republicans will hold a 119 to 84 majority after five newly elected members Are sworn in which Means they would need at least 17 democrats for the two thirds majority required to Send an override to the Senate. House minority Leader Frank Dermody d Allegheny predicted few if any of his members will Cross lines even if no votes could be used to argue the democrats were against funding for educational and human services programs they actually support. This is a political move is All it is Dermody said. They think they can make some political Hay by making us vote against some of these folks. Dermody and a Wolf spokesman called the Lin item veto override unconstitutional and a Law professor who teaches a course on the state Constitution agreed. You cannot use the override provision on portions of Tom Peel / Gazette up president or. Michael Driscoll spoke Friday morning at the University yes Back to school address. Stocks Tumble Over fears on China by Matthew Craft and Bernard Condon a business writers new York growing concerns about a slowdown in China Shook markets around the world on Friday driving the u. Stock Market to its biggest drop in nearly four years. The rout started in Asia and quickly spread to Europe battering major markets in Germany and France. In the u. S., the Selling started Early and never let up. Investors ditched beaten Down Oil companies As Well As Netflix Apple and other technology Darlings. Oil plunged below $ 40 for the first time since the financial crisis and government Bonds rallied As investors raced into hiding spots. Investors Are wondering if growth Isnit coming from the u. Or China where is it going to come from said tim Courtney chief investment officer of Exen Cial wealth advisors. This is about growth. By the time it was Over the Standard and poors 500 Index had lost 5.8 percent for the week its worst weekly slump since 2011. That leaves the main Benchmark for u. Investments 7.7 percent below its All time High within shooting Range of what traders Call a correction a 10 percent drop from a Peak. Markets began falling last week after China announced a Surprise devaluation of its currency the Yuan. Investors have interpreted Chin ass move As a sign that flagging growth in worlds second largest Economy could be worse than government reports suggest. On Friday they got More bad news a private Survey showed another drop in manufacturing on the Mainland. The Standard & poors 500 Index dropped 64.84 Points or 3.2 percent to close at 1,970.89. The Dow Jones Industrial average fell 530.94 Points or 3.1 percent to 16,459.75. Thatus 10 percent off its High. The Nash a Slid 171.45 Points or 3.5 percent to 4,706.04. Thatus unwelcome news for anyone with a 401 k invested in stocks but they heading into school year Driscoll takes aim at goals by Kayla Cioffo Cioffo Indian Gazette. Net Indiana University of pennsylvanians president addressed faculty and staff Friday morning in Fisher auditorium welcoming them to the Start of the 2015 16 academic year and reminding them of the challenges that lie ahead. We have to transform the University in a Way that will ensure its vigor in years to come and we must do so quickly because society wont be patient and wait for us said or. Michael Driscoll mentioning the strategic visioning plan that was approved by the up Council of trustees May 7. He reiterated the goals listed in the seven Page document which Are accompanied by strategies and tactics some of which have already been implemented. The goals wont be easy to Complete he said insisting everyone must work together. When the right people have a shared purpose failure is not possible. The four goals Are to provide innovative academic programs Kayla Grube / Gazette Meghan mock of Johnstown carried her belongings into her apartment in the 1000 Block of Philadelphia Street on Friday. She is a Junior nursing major at up. Fall classes begin monday. Jamie Empfield / Gazette the Indiana area senior High school marching band played Friday on North sixth Street in Indiana a traditional warm up performance for the bands season. Tuneup by Nadine Achour Lesage associated press Arras France one serves in the air Force another recently served in Afghanistan in the National guard another is studying physical therapy in California and All three americans Are being hailed As heroes for tackling and disarming a gunman they happened to encounter on a High Speed train Between Amsterdam and Paris. Air Force Serviceman Spencer Stone remained hospitalized today after being stabbed in the attack Friday night As the train travelled through Belgium though the Pentagon said the injury was not life threatening. A dual French american citizen was also wounded As he was hit by Chance by a gunshot on the train which eventually stopped in Arras in Northern France French Interior minister Bernard Cazeneuve said. Cazeneuve speaking to reporters in Paris today said the suspect May be a 26 year old moroccan flagged by Spanish authorities last year for links to islamic Radical movements but the identity has not been confirmed. An official linked to Spainis anti terrorism unit said the suspect lived in Spain until 2014, then moved to France travelled to Syria and then returned to France. He spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to be identified by name. Continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 fridays slide worst since 2011

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