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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - March 14, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaThe Indian Gazette wow. Indian Gazette. Com vol. 111 no. 201 24 pages 2 sections 75 cents March 2015 29 30 30 31 31 28 29 22 22 23 25 26 28 20 21 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 16 17 18 24 a hons in the news inside there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Carter Brown Elise Hurley and Brent Holuta Morgan Mccaslin Lexi Alese Collin Adamson. Weather saturday deaths Index 14 plans blasted the state senates presiding officer in a letter Friday slammed Penn states plan to have a co founder of a violent anti War group speak on Campus next Page 3 Brief papacy Pope Francis on Friday marked the second anniversary of his Surprise election by predicting that he wont be Pope for Page 5 massive storm Cyclone Pam Tore through a tiny South Pacific archipelago today leaving a Trail of destruction and unconfirmed reports of dozens of Page 7 wreckage recovered a Salvage Crew on Friday lifted wreckage from a shattered Black Hawk helicopter out of the Waters off the Florida Panhandle Days after 11 service members were killed when the aircraft crashed in dense Page 10 seeking support a woman who says Bill Cosby victimized her decades ago asked Nevada lawmakers on Friday to support a Bill removing the states statute of limitations on sexual assault Page 11 cashing in Steeles quarterback Ben Roet Lisberger signed a new five year contract on Page 13 classifieds. 21 24 comics to. 20 dear Abby. 11 entertainment. 19 family. 18 lottery. 2 religion. 8 sports. 13 17 today in history. 11 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Craig Micky 42, Indiana Higgins John f., 71, Josephine Sheesley Charles r. Sr., 82, Punxsutawney tonight Rose inn St. A ttys Day party with half crazy 9 p. M. 724 463 3060 St. Patrickus Day party saturday March 14, at the Indiana eagles club music by dimwit at 9 p. M. Open to the Public. Spaghetti benders tuesday the Aaron band 6 9 p. M. Shepherds pie. Revised permit renew permit estate and bid notices in to Days classifieds All area rugs must go 70% off retail Price. Affordable interiors. Hey kids we have something just for you in every mondays Gazette like us on Facebook a Snow Shower tonight. A Shower tomorrow. 32� 41� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Pittsburgh Home opener 2263 Oakland ave. 724 349 7727 St m out Roop in no h w y y Arm p include i t no up o a Hom Pipit it a p Homo Homo pit o t t cd 18 and in the re Eick Tita Anspro is bus to e t in Omen. Y. Essar Chase Nec or and for Sbur o pair of tick me open Meme Roseanne. Com on the Green charge added in boys beating by Chauncey Ross Chauncey Indian Gazette. Net Clymer a White township Man accused of the brutal beating of a 6 year old boy on March 4 now faces a More serious charge in connection with the incident. State police added a count of attempted homicide to the list of charges against Brandon Green of West Pike in papers filed thursday before District judge George Thachik in the Clymer District court saying the boy had been injured As seriously As if he was in a vehicle Accident. Trooper Robert Worcester updated the charges after learning from doctors about the severity of the injuries to the Young boy who was sent to childrens Hospital of Pittsburgh for treatment. Green kicked the boys face and stomach and according to a 4 year old girl who witnessed the assault squeezed the boy around the stomach so hard that he threw up Worcester reported in a criminal complaint originally filed when Green was arrested on March 5. A doctor told Worcester by Telephone on March 6 that the boy could have died from the injuries according to the revisions filed thursday. The youngster underwent surgery for damage to his pancreas Small intestine Large intestine and Colon which was life threatening according to the complaint. He also had fluid in his Abdomen. This is not your run of the Mill injury the trooper reported. The injuries Are consistent with a kick not a fall Down several Steps. The Force that causes these types of injuries is similar to the Force of a car crash. Teri Enciso / Gazette Tommy Kellar lined up his shot As Tim Welch right pointed to where he should Bank his Golf Ball Friday on the # 4 Hole at boomerangs during the St. A ttys Day open hosted by quota International of Indiana. They were on team Budash and Welch. Teams competed in miniature Golf at holes set up at participating businesses in downtown Indiana. At Phoenix a Obama says More work to do for veterans by Jim Kuhnhenn and Josh Hoffner associated press Phoenix amid persistent complaints about veterans health care president Barack Obama acknowledged lingering weaknesses Friday in the Federal governments response to the chronic delays and false waiting lists that triggered a National outcry Over the veterans affairs health system last year. Obama said that while a Secretary Robert Mcdonald is Chipping away at the problem it was Clear there was still More work to do. Its important that veterans know that somebody yes got their backs and that if there Are problems that were not being defensive about it not hiding it Obama said. In his first trip to the Phoenix a Hospital whose practices sparked the scandal Obama announced the creation of an advisory committee to recommend further Steps the a could take to improve veterans Access to health care. Obama met with veterans a employees and elected officials including Sens. John Mccain and Jeff Flake arizonans two Republican senators. He said lawmakers specifically raised questions about the slow Pace of implementing a new Law meant to increase health care choices for vet Teri Enciso / Gazette students from the Indiana county technology Center Cody Dressler front and Alexis Mcconnell to his left spoke with Chad Carrick business development manager with Rea Energy inc., during the Indiana Armstrong builders association Home show at the White township recreation Complex on Friday. The event continues from noon to 9 p. M. Today and noon to 4 p. M. Sunday offering the Chance to connect with Home related service professionals. Cody 17, of Coral is the son of Mark and Patty Dressler. Alexis 17, of Blairsville is the daughter of Paul and Susan Mcconnell. World observes super i Day by Seth Borenstein a science writer Washington today is the Day when love of math and a hankering for pastry come full Circle. Today is i Day a once in a year Calendar Date that this time squares the fun with a once in a Century twist. Today is 3 14 15, the first five digits of the mathematical constant i 3.141592653. The Best times to celebrate Are at 9 26 and 53 seconds morning and evening. The next time that happens is in March 2115. Its a Portal into this magical mysterious world of mathematics said University of California Berkeley mathematician and author Edward Frenkel. I is special. I is the constant used to calculate government Clinton Home showcase emails could be lost Ferguson protests continue As organizers pledge to stay by Michael s. Schmidt and Julie Hirschfeld Davis new York times news service Washington As Hillary Rodham Clinton this week defended her use of a personal email account to conduct state department business she emphasized that because she was corresponding frequently with other department officials on their government accounts the messages were preserved on government servers. But the state department disclosed Friday that until last month it had no Way of routinely preserving senior officials emails. Instead the department relied on individual employees to decide if certain emails should be considered Public records and if so to move them onto a special record keeping sever or print them out and manually file them for preservation. This Patchwork system reflecting a broader confusion and slowness throughout the government As Federal agencies struggle to catch up with the digital age raises the possibility that some emails from Clinton to other state department officials May have been lost altogether. In a briefing with reporters Friday Jen Psaki a spokeswoman for the state department acknowledged that the system in place under Clinton was imperfect and said the department was still trying to establish by Jim Suhr associated press Ferguson to. The protesters who spent eight months pressing for changes in Fergus songs police practices after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown take credit for this weeks resignations of the City manager and the police chief. And they insist they still have unfinished business with Many planning to stay in the streets until the mayor of the St. Louis suburb is forced out and the entire police Force dissolved. We will protest until we see everything in our favor. This movement has legs Derrick Robinson a protest organizer declared Friday. Were out Here fighting for Justice and Equality and thatus what Well continue to fight for. Part of the movement has also been channelled into legislative continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12

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