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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - June 18, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaLottery Hospital notes Harrisburg a these Pennsylvania lotteries were drawn wednesday Cash 5 02 04 32 34 43 pick 2 Day 1 2 pick 2 evening 6 2 pick 3 Day 2 7 8 pick 3 evening 3 2 4 pick 4 Day 5 6 8 3 pick 4 evening 9 2 3 6 pick 5 Day 8 4 4 0 9 pick 5 evening 3 1 7 3 0 Power Ball 20 21 22 41 54 Power Ball 7 treasure Hunt 03 07 26 27 28 Indiana june 17, 2015 birth Chelsea Marie Barnosky and Adam Lee Deabenderfer Northern Cambria a boy admissions Elizabeth r. Bonini Indiana Mary Ann Whitney Commodore Cheyenne Nicole Zayac Homer City discharges baby girl and Keri Marshall Cherry tree Charles Mergenthaler Heilwood baby girl and Jennifer Rowley Indiana Jessica l. Stossel 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. Teddy frailty thy name is no longer woman. Victor Riesel american labor journalist 1913 1995 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. Carrier subscription rates paid in Advance to Gazette office 4 weeks $ 15.99 13 weeks $ 47.99 26 weeks $ 93.99 52 weeks $ 184.99. Motor route subscription rates paid in Advance to Gazette office four weeks $ 17.29 13 weeks $ 50.99 26 weeks $ 99.99 52 weeks $ 197.99 member of the associated press the a is entitled exclusively to the use or reproduction of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Periodicals postage paid at Indiana a 15701 published daily except new years Day memorial Day july fourth labor Day thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Postmaster Send address changes to Indiana Gazette p. O. Box 10, Indiana a 15701 newspaper contents copyright � 2015 Indiana printing and publishing co., Indiana a. 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 Bill Washington 90/ 71 new York 84/ 62 Miami 92/ 78 Atlanta 93/ 74 Detroit 74/ 57 Houston 90/ 75 Chicago 73/ 59 Minneapolis 81/ 67 Kansas City 82/ 67 Elpaso 101/ 73 Denver 94/ 60 Billings 83/ 56 los Angeles 82/ 63 san Francisco 70/ 54 Seattle 71/ 51 0 1 3 3 3 0 50 100150200 300 500 39 High Low 73�/ 54� Normal High Low 80�/ 54� record High 94� 1957 record Low 35� 1964 statistics for Indiana county Jimmy Stewart Airport through wednesday today variable Clouds with a Shower and t storm around 78� High Friday less humid with intervals of Clouds and Sunshine High 77� Low 59� tonight a Shower and thunderstorm around Early Cloudy 65� Low sunday mostly Cloudy a Shower and t storm around humid High 80� Low 68� saturday Cloudy and humid a couple of afternoon showers High 79� Low 68� first Jun 24 full jul 1 last jul 8 new jul 15 Sunrise Sunset thu. 5 45 a. M. Fri. 5 45 a. M. Sat. 5 45 a. M. Sun. 5 46 a. M. Thu. 8 50 p. M. Fri. 8 50 p. M. Sat. 8 50 p. M. Sun. 8 51 p. M. 76/ 61 78/ 62 78/ 64 81/ 64 78/ 65 79/ 66 76/ 66 75/ 66 82/ 67 79/ 69 73/ 65 77/ 68 72/ 64 74/ 65 72/ 65 shown is to Days weather. Temperatures Are to Days highs and to nights lows. Forecasts and graphics provided by acc weather inc. � 2015 wednesday 0.00 month to Date Normal 4.86 2.58 year to Date Normal 24.67 20.94 precipitation shown Are tomorrows noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands Are highs for the Day. Page 2 thursday june 18, 2015 weather the Indiana Gazette the proof is in the numbers local service that makes a difference 724 465 5514 wow. Helwi insurance. Com Call Connie for All of your insurance needs Homer City Christos clothes closet at Homer City United presbyterian Church 40 e. Elm St., Homer City will be open from 10 a. M. To noon saturday. There will be a Large selection of adult and childrens clothing All free of charge. Use the red door behind the Dollar general store. Call 724 479 2695 to verify time and Date. Free clothes available from the log of the Indiana county emergency management Agency wednesday 11 16 a. A physical Rescue South Ben Franklin Road White township. Indiana fire department dispatched for a child locked in a vehicle. Borough police on traffic control for Indiana fire department. 1 25 p. A Landing zone front Street Pine township. Pine township fire department dispatched for Landing zone for medical helicopter assisting citizens ambulance. 911 report Helen Mehus a Penn state master Gardener will offer a program on How to Plant and maintain a pollinator Friendly Garden on saturday at 2 p. M. At the Blue Spruce Park Lakeside Center. Many pollinators Are threatened and need help. Mehus will review appropriate plants to increase the diversity of your Garden and to help improve the abundance of pollinator species. Participants will also tour the Lakeside Center gardens and learn about ongoing research being conducted to identify plants that improve pollinator populations. A limited number of free plants will be available for participants to take Home to Plant in their own gardens. For More information on this program Call 724 463 8636. Pollinator program set submitted photo a program on pollinators is set for 2 p. M. Saturday at Blue Spruce Park Lakeside Center. Indiana dui Borough police charged Courtney Morgan 24, of mount Lebanon with driving under the influence driving with a suspended License and a Misdemeanour charge of habitual offender. Police said they discovered Morgan intoxicated in the 500 Block of Philadelphia Street on May 17 at 9 45 p. M. She was placed under arrest and later released to a sober person. Truck damaged Indiana University of Pennsylvania Campus police said a White Chevy s10 truck was damaged near the Kovalchick convention and athletic Complex loading Dock wednesday at about 3 35 p. M. White township bikes taken two bikes were taken from 519 Fairview ave. Sometime Between june 11 and monday according to state police. The bikes Are described As an older 10 Speed with round handle bars and Skinny tires and a Black and White Bax Bike with Black handlebars Blue stickers and Blue pegs. Criminal mischief state police said someone knocked Over a newspaper Box and caused a log to Block the driveway of a residence belonging to Nicholas o. Hoffman at 870 Marion Road Between 8 p. M. June 9 and 7 a. M. June 10. Green township burglary someone made off with Booty belonging to a 55 year old Green township Man according to state police. Investigators said on june 7 the thief took Gold pirate coins a Silver Coin fragment Disney rectangle Gold bars u. S. Silver certificates and a Silver Bahama Coin from the Beech Road residence. Police did not say How much the Cache was Worth. Derry township Westmoreland county burglary someone took a basketball hoop kit from the residence of George Piper of Bradenville at 412 school St. Sometime Between May 23 and May 30, according to state police. Rural Valley Armstrong county harassment a Rural Valley Man faces a single charge of harassment after police said a verbal argument turned into a physical altercation along upper Cherry run Road at 8 30 a. M. May 30. Kirk Stivason 58, shoved a 48 year old Rural Valley woman according to police. By the Indiana Gazette the following defendants have been named in criminal charges filed before magisterial District judge George Thachik Clymer. Criminal complaints and affidavits of probable cause Are not evidence of guilt in a criminal Case. Defendants Are entitled to Legal representation and have the right to question the witnesses and evidence presented against them during preliminary hearings in the District court and at trials in the county court of common pleas. Named were Melissa a. Dowdy 35, of Frenchville charged May 22 by state police with two counts of driving under the influence and three summary traffic violations on april 15 along route 286, just East of Clymer in Green township. Police said they witnessed dowdy Cross the fog line twice and make an abrupt swerve in her vehicle at 1 48 a. M. And made a traffic Stop. Police said her speech was slurred but there was no indication she had consumed alcohol. She was taken to Indiana regional medical Center for a blood test. Court records show dowdy tested positive for apr Zolam of Codone free top Imamate and . A preliminary hearing is scheduled for july 14. Dean a. Smith 44, of Creekside charged May 29 by state police with two counts of dui and two summary traffic violations on april 18 at 9 12 p. M. Along Indian Road South of midd Road in Creekside. Police were dispatched for a one vehicle Accident where a vehicle had overturned and found Smith to be intoxicated at the scene. Smith told troopers he was driving then i was upside Down. Police transported him to Indiana regional medical Center for a blood test. Court records show his blood alcohol Content was 0.279 percent. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for july 7. Jason l. Hall 20, of Sagamore charged june 2 by state police with felony theft on nov. 15 at 207 Hillside drive in Cher Ryhill township. Police said Hall took Money from a purse belonging to Samantha Waulk. Police have issued a warrant for Halls arrest. District court docket police log the downtown Indiana car cruise will be held from 4 to 8 p. M. Saturday june 27, along Philadelphia Street in Indiana. All Street Legal vehicles Are Welcome at the event. Music will be provided by do Jerry b. There will be door prizes a 50/ 50 drawing dash plaques and More. There is a $ 5 donation. Proceeds Benefit the Indiana Lions club. For More information on the car cruise Call Paul at 724 354 2400 or Gary at 724 465 9267. Annual downtown Indiana car cruise scheduled

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