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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - June 3, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaCounty jobless rate ticks up Joyce Igo to perform dui task Force to patrol police release monthly statistics National weather state weather the presence of Man made particulates affecting aspects of human health. Yesterdays Reading to Days forecast 0 50 Good 51 100 moderate 101 150 unhealthy for sensitive groups 151 200 unhealthy 201 300 very unhealthy 301 500 hazardous a department of environmental Protection the higher the acc weather. Com us Index T number the greater the need for Eye and skin Protection. 0 2 Low 3 5 moderate 6 7 High 8 10 very High 11 extreme 8 a. M. 10 a. M. Noon 2 p. M. 4 p. M. Air Quality Index Sun and Moon us Index today almanac Washington 69/ 63 new York 65/ 58 Miami 88/ 75 Atlanta 81/ 67 Detroit 80/ 63 Houston 88/ 67 Chicago 77/ 59 Minneapolis 78/ 62 Kansas City 84/ 67 Elpaso 98/ 75 Denver 80/ 56 Billings 72/ 52 los Angeles 71/ 59 san Francisco 69/ 55 Seattle 71/ 53 1 2 3 3 2 0 50 100150200 300 500 20 High Low 63�/ 52� Normal High Low 76�/ 51� record High 89� 2007 record Low 32� 1966 statistics for Indiana county Jimmy Stewart Airport through tuesday today Patchy fog this morning otherwise rather Cloudy 69� High thursday a Shower or thunderstorm around mainly later High 73� Low 56� tonight mostly Cloudy 55� Low saturday Clouds and Sun with a Shower or t storm in spots High 77� Low 56� Friday a Shower or t storm around mainly later warmer High 79� Low 60� last Jun 9 new Jun 16 first Jun 24 full jul 1 Sunrise Sunset wed. 5 47 a. M. Thu. 5 47 a. M. Fri. 5 46 a. M. Sat. 5 46 a. M. Wed. 8 42 p. M. Thu. 8 43 p. M. Fri. 8 44 p. M. Sat. 8 44 p. M. 71/ 58 73/ 54 74/ 54 73/ 56 69/ 55 65/ 53 68/ 53 74/ 52 74/ 56 69/ 55 68/ 53 67/ 58 65/ 52 74/ 51 74/ 51 shown is to Days weather. Temperatures Are to Days highs and to nights lows. Forecasts and graphics provided by acc weather inc. � 2015 tuesday 0.00 month to Date Normal 0.02 0.30 year to Date Normal 19.83 18.66 precipitation shown Are tomorrows noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands Are highs for the Day. Page 2 wednesday june 3, 2015 weather the Indiana Gazette lottery Hospital notes Harrisburg a these Pennsylvania lotteries were drawn tuesday Cash 5 1 13 32 36 37 Mega millions 2 9 11 22 23 Mega Ball 12 Mega plier 4 pick 2 Day 2 5 pick 2 night 6 5 pick 3 Day 8 5 8 pick 3 night 7 6 3 pick 4 Day 9 6 0 1 pick 4 night 2 9 6 6 pick 5 Day 2 0 8 3 3 pick 5 night 1 3 8 3 9 treasure Hunt 8 20 23 25 26 Indiana june 2, 2015 birth Audrey and Joseph Innocenti Indiana a boy admissions Brenda Darlene Fatino Blairsville Marianna Stafford Northern Cambria Deborah Catherine Stevens Homer City discharges Bonita Lee Rocco Shelocta Lydia Ann Sutton Indiana correction policy the Gazette corrects factual errors As soon As they Are brought to our attention. If you see an error or omission Call Eric Ebeling executive editor at Extension 269. Correction Teddy it is Best to act with Confidence no matter How Little right you have to it. Lillian Hellman american playwright 1905 1984 the Indiana Gazette uses 262 040 published by the Indiana printing & publishing company � 899 water Street Indiana a 15701 724 465 5555 established 1890 Jarrod lash advertising director Eric Ebeling executive editor Jason l. Levan news editor Michael Petersen editorial Page editor Ron Seckar circulation director Contact us dial 724 465 5555, using the following extensions advertising display ext. 250 classified ext. 233 circulation Ron Seckar ext. 220 if you have a news tip Eric Ebeling ext. 269 Jason Levan ext. 270 fax 724 465 8267 sports Tony Coccagna ext. 266 business hours the Gazette office is open from 8 a. M. To 5 p. M. Monday through Friday. The office is closed saturday and sunday. 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Incorrect information was published tuesday. 911 report from the log of the Indiana county emergency management Agency tuesday 12 30 p. A fuel spill Philadelphia Street Indiana Borough. Indiana fire department and Rescue squad dispatched for fluid leaking from a vehicle. 6 29 p. A miscellaneous Sallys Lane Conemaugh township. Saltsburg fire department dispatched for an unknown Type fire. 10 49 p. A vehicle Accident Loyalhanna township other county. Saltsburg and Tunnelton fire departments dispatched. By the Indiana Gazette Indiana count yes seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in april increased 0.1 of a percent to 6.2 percent according to the Pennsylvania department of labor and Industry. Over the year Indiana count yes jobless rate was up 01. Percent. The april seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for Pennsylvania was unchanged at 5.3 percent while the National rate went Down 0.1 percent to 5.4 percent. Indiana county tied with three counties for the 45th lowest unemployment rate among pennsylvanians 67 counties in april. Unemployment rates in neighbouring counties were 6.0 percent in Jefferson 6.7 percent in Clearfield 6.8 percent in Cambria 5.3 percent in Westmoreland and 6.3 percent in Armstrong. Jobless rates across Pennsylvania ranged from 3.8 percent in Centre county to 8.6 percent in Forest county. Total nonfarm jobs in Indiana county in april increased 300 to 35,900. Spring seasonal gains occurred in mining logging and construction up 100 As Well As in Leisure and hospitality up 200. Both increases were in line with historical changes for the month of april. Indiana count yes seasonally adjusted labor Force increased 400 in april to 43,100. The number of employed residents grew 300 to 40,400 and the number of unemployed residents increased 100 to 2,700. The Indiana county dui task Force under the management and direction of District attorney Patrick Dougherty will be conducting enforcement events in june including checkpoints roving patrols and Mobile awareness campaigns at various locations in the county according to a news release. Enforcements efforts will focus on traditional Spring activities where alcohol related incidents have been problematic. Major highways including routes 119, 422 and 22 As Well As secondary roadways within areas serviced by municipal police departments participating in the task Force will be included in the patrols. The dui task Force is funded through a $ 15,000 Grant from Penn Dot. Indiana burglary arrests Rita Blystone 49, and Charles Wilcox 53, both of Indiana were charged with burglary criminal trespass theft receiving stolen property and conspiracy following an investigation into a burglary at 3 46 p. M. Sunday at 337 � Church st., police said. Wilcox additionally was charged with illegal Possession of a firearm Borough police said. They were placed in the Indiana county jail according to police. Public drunkenness Borough police charged Addison Mccracken 23, of Indiana with Public drunkenness on May 31. Police said they found Mccracken intoxicated in the 300 Block of Nixon Avenue at 3 45 a. M. She was issued a summary citation and released to a sober adult. White township retail theft Marilyn r. Gallin 67, of Indiana was charged with felony retail theft and summary disorderly conduct on tuesday at Walmar t at 3100 Oakland ave., state police said. Police said Gallin took $ 135.38 Worth of merchandise. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for june 17. Stolen Wallet Dustin j. Hall 22, of Indiana reported to state police that someone took his Wallet from his vehicle parked at the Grove apartment Complex at 100 Grove Lane on thursday Between 3 and 4 p. M. Police said the Wallet contained several credit and gift cards. Punxsutawney Jefferson county phone harassment Borough police filed a Misdemeanour harassment charge against Gregg s. Horchak 59, of Kent. Investigators said he called and left a Voicemail on a female victims phone at about 5 30 p. M. On May 24. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for july 8. Harassment Borough police said a male juvenile used lewd lascivious threatening or obscene words towards a female juvenile at Punxsutawney area Middle school on Friday. Police said the girl and her Mother reported the harassment at 1 37 p. M. Boggs township Armstrong county two people were transported to a pm presbyterian Hospital in Pittsburgh after their vehicle overturned along route 28 on tuesday according to state police in Kittanning. Police said in their report that Robert a. Crosby 24, of Rural Valley was travelling South with Frank j. Branan 23, of Shelocta Riding in the passengers seat. At about 12 24 p. M. Crosby is vehicle went off the Western Side of the Road Slid sideways into an embankment on the Drivers Side then overturned three times. The vehicle came to a rest on its passengers Side facing South. Police said they were flown to a pm by medical helicopter but neither had life threatening injuries. South Bend township Armstrong county state police said no one was injured in a two vehicle Accident at route 156 and Girty Road on tuesday. According to a report Dominic Dibernardo 18, of Apollo was travelling South along route 156 at about 8 26 p. M. When he lost control of his pickup truck. Police said i Bernardos truck hit an embankment and flipped Over striking a pickup truck driven by Jeremy Hemke 41, of Avonmore who was entering route 156 from Girty Road. Both vehicles had to be towed from the scene. Burnside township Clearfield county state police in Punxsutawney said a Cherry tree Man escaped injury after the left rear tire detached from his car on Sylvis Road near Shepard Lane on monday. Troopers said Vernon l. Deloatch Iii 18, was travelling East at 8 42 a. M. When the tire came off the car causing it to first strike a traffic sign then an embankment. The car turned Over and travelled for about 90 feet through a Field. The vehicle sustained heavy damage but Deloatch was unhurt police said. Accidents the Indiana county sheriffs office transported 59 prisoners Over 101 Man hours during the month of May according to recently released activity report. Deputies spent 272.5 hours on court Security and 686 hours on court facility Security. Deputies conducted 83 civil processes 44 real estate sales and oversaw two evictions. They conducted 11 personal property sales and served 11 Protection from abuse orders. The sheriffs office issued 164 firearm permits one firearm dealer License and one precious Metal License. The deputies served 30 Bench warrants and filed one criminal complaint. They issued six traffic citations gave two traffic warnings and twice assisted other agencies. They received six total complaints. During the month of May they screened 12,062 during courthouse Security and served 1,121 in the Domestic relations Section. Police log Alverda Joyce Igo will be performing at 6 p. M. Saturday at the Alverda Faith Tabernacle in Alverda. Everyone is Welcome and asked to bring a covered dish

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