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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaBy Ken dilanian a intelligence writer Washington at the Cias counter terrorism Center it was a cause for Celebration meticulous intelligence analysis backed by hellfire missiles had paid off once again. The Cia launched a drone strike last month on a yemeni Beach at three men it determined were Al Aida militants. One of them turned out to be Nasser Al Wahichi about As important a figure As Agency Man Hunters could Hope to eliminate. He had been both Al Aida is second in command and the Leader of the groups dangerous yemeni affiliate. American officials touted the death As a big Victory. But did the demise of another senior extremist the latest in a Long line to be taken off the Battlefield make the United states and its allies any safer to Many experts including a growing number of former Obama administration National Security advisers that proposition is less convincing by the Day. With Al Aida and the islamic state group enjoying Safe havens across parts of Yemen Syria and Iraq and with terror attacks on the Rise worldwide doubts Are growing about the effectiveness and sustainability of the administrations Light footprint strategy against global weather deaths Index classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 17 dear Abby. 21 entertainment. 10 family. 8 lottery. 2 religion. 18 20 sports. 13 16 today in history. 21 viewpoint. 6 late death Mccombie John 68, Indiana Toms pizza open the 4th until Midnight Dine in take out delivery. 724 463 7960 naps weekend special fresh Walleye our fresh picked butter & sugar Sweet Corn. Ready now Yar Nicks farm open july 4th, 724 349 3904 Home made restaurant saturday closed. Sunday beef brisket. Blueberries u pick and picked Stutzman farms. Com 724 463 7915 closed july 4th bbl july 4th noon 4 p. M., lots of new tasty items Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 Indiana Gazette online rain a t storm tonight. Shower t storm tomorrow. 63� 73� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. July 2015 26 27 27 28 29 31 30 19 19 20 22 23 25 17 18 11 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 13 14 15 21 a hons in the news to our readers there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Maria Macchiaroli and Benjamin Hodnett Jesse Armstrong Keith Libengood Mary Ewing. Friday 3 in Observance of the Independence Day Holiday the Gazette will not be printed saturday. Publication will resume sunday. The Indian Gazette wow. Indian Gazette. Com vol. 111 no. 311 24 pages 2 sections 75 cents inside fire findings investigators announced thursday that weather not arson caused a destructive Blaze at a predominantly Black Church in South Page 5 insurer acquisition Aetna will spend $ 37 billion to buy rival Humana and become the latest health insurer bulking up on government business As the Industry adjusts to the Federal health care Page 7 by Outlook bps future no longer has a giant Cloud ahead after it agreed to pay $ 18.7 billion to resolve damages from the 2010 Well Blowout in the Gulf of Mexico but it will take years if not decades for the company to approach its size of five years Page 9 decked out Tom Peel / Gazette Heather Shirley of Ernest put out an american Flag thursday As part of a patriotic display that she and her husband Shawn created. The display is up from memorial Day to labor Day. Governor nixes Bills on liquor schools by Mark Scolforo associated press Harrisburg gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a Republican backed Bill to privatize the state controlled sales of wine and liquor on thursday As Well As two budget related Bills two Days after he rejected the main budget Bill. Wolf a Democrat in his first year said in a news release that Selling off the liquor system was not a Good business decision. We can support and bolster consumer convenience without Selling an asset and risking higher prices and less selection for Consumers Wolf said. I am open to options for expanding the availability of wine and Beer in More locations including supermarkets. He also vetoed a Public schools Bill that contained a new formula to distribute state Aid to districts and a Bill that guides How Money from the budget is spent. All three Bills passed the legislature without a single yes vote from a Democrat As did the main budget Bill he vetoed late tuesday night. The governor has not announced whether he plans to sign a Bill that would make major changes to the two Large Public sector pension plans for teachers and state workers. A Wolf spokesman said no decision would be made before monday. The liquor Bill would have let those who currently hold about 14,000 licenses to sell Beer in the state to pay More for the right to also sell wine liquor or both. The roughly 600 stat owned liquor stores would have closed one at a time once private sector sales were up and running in the area. House speaker Mike Turzai r Allegheny a longtime Champion of liquor privatization and directors hold line on taxes by Margaret Weaver Mweaver Indian Gazette. Net Conemaugh township the Blairsville Saltsburg school Board approved the districts 2015 16 budget at a special meeting thursday two Days after the states deadline because a tied vote last week failed to move it Forward. The Board voted 6 0 to approve the budget with members George Rowley Mary Whitfield Richard Serafin Anthony Canzano Holly Gibson and Rick Harper in favor. Members Beverly caranese Linda Brown and Holly Hall were absent. The $ 31,227,509 budget holds the line on taxes for the seventh year in a Row. The budget stalled june 24 on a 4 4 vote after a tie breaking vote was deemed in violation of the boards policy on attendance at meetings via electronic communications when member Whitfield was called by Telephone to vote but did not participate in the entire meeting. At that time caranese Brown Gibson and Hall voted against the budget saying they did so because there Are funds in the budget earmarked to provide raises for administration another item that was on the Agenda Blairsville Saltsburg school District Petros Karadjian / associated press a member of the pame labor Union shouted at the police during an anti austerity protest today in Central Athens. Greece will hold a referendum sunday and a new poll shows opinions Are evenly split. Story on Page 7. Nation divided analysis of amass counter terrorism policy faces criticism insulin pills to prevent diabetes under study by Lindsey Tanner a medical writer Chicago for nearly a Century insulin has been a life saving diabetes treatment. Now scientists Are testing a tantalizing question what if pills containing the same Medicine patients inject every Day could also prevent the disease Hayden Murphy 13, of Plainfield ill., is helping researchers determine if the strategy works for Type 1 diabetes the kind that is usually diagnosed in childhood. If it does he might be Able to avoid the lifetime burdens facing his 5 year old brother Weston. They includes countless Finger pricks and blood sugar checks and avoiding playing too hard or eating too Little which both can cause dangerous blood sugar fluctuations. Hayden Murphy is among More than 400 children and adults participating in u. S. Government funded International research investigating whether experimental insulin capsules can prevent or at least delay Type 1 diabetes. Hospitals in the United states and eight other countries Are involved and recruitment is ongoing. Continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 4 debt arts see More online at denars. Com after july 4th hot tub Sale t Sale a denars be More a s s 7/ e at debt arts / 6 7/ 11 Debnar spa & swim spa As

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