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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaWeather deaths Index classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 19 dear Abby. 22 entertainment. 18 family. 8 food. 21 lottery. 2 sports. 13 17 the mini Page. 20 today in history. 22 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 George Dorothy p., 85, Shelocta Mcgeary. Eugene Gene 88, Indiana Parsons Margaret j., 95. Greensburg formerly of Charleroi Phillips Marvin d. Chico ., 63, Canton township late death Jones Mary e., 85, Indiana blueberries u pick and picked Stutzman farms. Com 724 463 7915 our fresh picked butter & sugar Sweet Corn. Ready now Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 rustic Lodge 70th anniversary and United Way Benefit sunday aug. 9. Wow. Rustic Lodge. Net mainly Clear tonight. Sunny tomorrow. 66� 88� 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 inside there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Dave Brewer Paul Foust Julianne Smith Marsha Carnahan Lorrie Gallo. Monday 27 record penalty Fiat Chrysler is facing a record $ 105 million Fine for violating Laws in a series of vehicle safety Page 7 troubling tradition the Texas county where a Black woman died in jail after a traffic Stop by a White state trooper has a Long history of racial Page 11 the perfect Steak with a Little knowledge and the right Cut of meat anyone can make a great Steak at Page 21 the Indian Gazette wow. Indian Gazette. Com vol. 111 no. 335 24 pages 2 sections 75 cents for Young readers the mini Page in 1862, the Homestead act gave millions of people a change to live the american dream by offering citizens enough free land for a Page 20 fabric of life Kayla Grube / Gazette Andrea Hoke of Elizabethtown Hung 33 quilts that she sewed onto the Side of a barn at the property of Walter and Yvonne learn at Blossom hollow farm in Commodore. The quilts were on display this weekend for a family Camhout at the farm where hokes Mother Lia May learn grew up. Lia May is Walters sister. Obama talks human rights by Darlene Superville associated press Addis Ababa Ethiopia president Barack Obama urged ethiopians leaders today to curb crackdowns on press Freedom and political openness As he began a visit that human rights groups say legitimizes an oppressive government. When All voices Are being heard when people know they Are being included in the political process that makes a country More successful Obama said during a news conference with ethiopian prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn. Of amass trip Marks the first visit by a sitting u. S. President to Ethiopia a fast growing Economy once defined by poverty and famine. Later Obama convened a meeting with african leaders on the crisis in South Sudan telling them he hoped the discussion would help to bring about the kind of peace that the people of South Sudan so desperately need. The worlds newest nation has been gripped by violence As warring factions in the government fight for Power. The conditions on the ground Are getting much much worse Obama said at the news conference. He said if a peace agreement Isnit reached by an aug. 17 deadline the u. S. And its partners would have to consider what other tools we have. Options under consideration include deepening economic sanctions and an arms embargo. Obama arrived in Ethiopia late sunday following a Stop in Kenya the country of his fathers birth. The crisis in South Sudan and democratic race shaping up to take on gop sen. Toomey by Marc Levy associated press Harrisburg democrats can expect to decide a primary contest in nine months to see who will Challenge u. S. Sen. Pat Toomey a Republican who is seeking his second six year term in the 2016 election. The seat is expected to be crucial to determining control of the u. S. Senate and democrats Hope their fourth three registration advantage in Pennsylvania and heightened voter interest in the presidential election will deliver a Victory to their eventual nominee. Here is a look at the race and the candidates the incumbent Toomey 53, of suburban Allentown is running for re election and has the Republican party unified behind him. Toomey is a free Market advocate and fiscal conservative who is popular with anti tax Small government and business advocacy groups. The u. S. Chamber of Commerce has already run a to and this summer supporting too Meys candidacy. Still Toomey does not always agree with business groups or even Republican leaders. For instance he opposes the reauthorization of the Export import Bank and he voted in 2013 against legislation to raise the nations borrowing limit and end the Federal governments 16 Day shutdown although rejecting the legislation risked a National default. Toomey is showing that he is not afraid to Wade into polarizing social issues he is listed As a cosponsor on Senate legislation Banning most late term abortions and he worked with West Virginia Democrat Joe Manchin to expand background checks on gun purchases in the Wake of the school Kayla Grube / Gazette the Cornell Creamery hosted an ice Cream social with free games crafts and prizes saturday at their Blairsville location where Lila Updegraff 3, painted a pet Rock. She was with her grandparents Ray and Marianne Mager of Lawrenceville and is the daughter of Christina and Lance Updegraff of Blairsville. Pet project Brush Valley Day to blend traditional events with new by the Indiana Gazette the 42nd annual Brush Valley Day will be held saturday at the Brush Valley fire department grounds. Many annual events will be returning to be joined by some newer events. As things change we Are trying to change with them As far As what people want from a Community festival said Robin Brilhart township Secretary. The Cross Cut log sawing contest and greased pole Are two traditional favourites that will be returning this year according to Gloria Mitchell Brush Valley Day committee member. There will also be jewelry Craft Candle and food vendors among Many others and attendees can also look Forward to the very popular Brush Valley fire depart states struggle to operate health insurance markets by Ricardo Alonso Zaldivar associated press Washington state run health insurance markets that offer coverage under president Barack of amass health Law Are struggling with High costs and disappointing enrolment. These challenges could Lead More of them to turn Over operations to the Federal government or join forces with other states. Hawaii is marketplace the latest cautionary tale was awarded $ 205 million in Federal Startup Grants. It has spent about $ 139 million and enrolled 8,200 customers for individual coverage in 2015. Unable to sustain itself the state marketplace is turning Over sign ups to the Federal healthcare. Gov for 2016. Twelve states and the District of Columbia fully control their markets. Experts estimate about half face financial difficulties. Federal taxpayers invested nearly $ 5 billion in Startup Grants to the states expecting that state markets would become self sustaining. Most of the Federal Money has been spent and states have to face the consequences. Pennsylvania gov. Tom Wolf scrapped plans last month to implement a state run Exchange and announced continued enrolment in the federally run system. The viability of state health insurance exchanges has been a Challenge across the country particularly in Small states due to insufficient boy scouts poised to end prohibition on Gay leaders by Erik Eckholm new York times news service the boy scouts of America is expected today to end its Blanket ban on Gay leaders a turning Point for an organization that has been in turmoil Over the Issue. But some scouting groups will still be Able to limit leadership jobs to heterosexuals. To gain the acquiescence of conservative religious groups that sponsor Many Dens and troops like the mormon and roman Catholic churches the policy will allow Church run units to pick leaders who agree with their moral precepts. There Are differences of opinion and we need to be respectful of them said Michael Harrison a businessman who led the boy scouts in Orange county calif., and who lobbied internally for change. It does not mean the mormons have to pick a Gay scoutmaster but please dont Tell the unitarians they cant. Already struggling to reverse a Long term decline in membership the boy scouts have been increasingly consumed Over the past two decades by Battles Over the exclusion of Gay people that threatened to Page 12 see the full schedule of events. Lease for $ 329 mos. Buy now and save $ 3,600 off Srp 0 % apr 60 mos. Continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 4

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