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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - March 21, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaKen Ault is seeking a Republican nomination for Indiana county commissioner. Ault said he believes in limited government that meets the needs of its residents and resolves issues through less Federal and state regulation government. With that said we must maintain a working relationship with government agencies at the local level to resolve identified issues. County government does not have the time or resources to respond and or adhere to unfunded mandates from Harrisburg and Washington he said in a release. I believe that Indiana county residents need continued Job growth. It is my position that the private sector not government creates jobs. While government does control taxes and regulations it will be my focus to reduce the obstacles imposed upon the private sector by government and Foster the development and growth of the jobs needed for our residents. He said the count yes Economy should be diversified not just composed of Only a few limited industries. It should not be forgotten that Indiana county is largely agriculture based and it should remain so while at the same time the agricultural base should be balanced with continued economic development. While the Indiana chamber of Commerce has worked tirelessly to attract private sector jobs to the county through private and Public sector cooperation i believe we should the Indian Gazette wow. Indian Gazette. Com vol. 111 no. 208 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 Vincent Passerini Danielle Scheunemann Alexandra Kowaleski Blake Shields Hal Cunningham weather saturday coming sunday deaths Index 21 explore Indiana count yes role in the underground Railroad in a special supplement devoted to this important chapter of 19th Century history. Find out who made this years All Gazette wrestling team. Fatal Accident a car carrying three off duty new Jersey police officers crashed head on into a truck Early Friday while driving the wrong Way on a new York City Highway killing an officer and a civilian and leaving two other officers critically Page 5 Airport attack a Man wielding a Machete and Wasp killer attacked Tsa agents and passengers at the new Orleans Airport Friday before being shot and wounded by an officer authorities Page 7 end of the Road Robert Morris run in the Mcaa tournament ended Friday night with a loss to mighty Page 13 classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 19 dear Abby. 10 entertainment. 21 family. 20 lottery. 2 religion. 8, 9 sports. 13 18 today in history. 10 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Rohacek Steve 86, Indiana late death Creek William Bud r., 78, Indiana permit renew name change revise permit final report audit estate irrigation and bid notices in to Days classifieds open for season daily 9 a. M. 5 p. M. Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 Indiana experiments influence its happening. Menus Christian event saturday april 5, 9 11 a. M. Indiana country club. Tickets $ 10. 724 397 8725 Gemmell Supply. Carpet 724 463 7605 partly Cloudy tonight. Mostly sunny tomorrow. 23� 37� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Get easter on the table Quick like a Bunny easter is sunday april 5 the getting your Honey baked easter feast to table quickly is easy especially for Indiana Sheetz customers simply order by sunday March 29th by going to wow. Sheetz. Com Ham then pick up your order at the Indiana Sheetz on thursday april 2nd Between 6pm and 8pm. Questions Call 814 201 2281 Altoona pleasant Valley shopping Center 814 201 2281 next to the brew zoo Indiana 380 Philadelphia Street y Ham Day 8. A mar de y pm Der Der Stop by the Sheetz hone partner location at Honey baked Ham get Spring Surprise Tom Peel / Gazette students walking to and from classes in the Oak Grove at Indiana University of Pennsylvania on Friday were greeted by a fresh layer of Snow on the first Day of Spring. The Snow wont stick around Long As warmer temperatures Are projected for next week. Ken Ault. Republican Ault announces candidacy Wolf stands by nominee for head of state police new rules set for tracking by Coral Davenport new York times news service Washington the Obama administration on Friday unveiled the nations first major Federal regulations on Hydraulic fracturing a technique for Oil and Gas drilling that has led to a significant increase in u. S. Energy production but has also raised concerns about health and safety risks. The Interior department began drafting the rules focused on drilling safety in of amass first term after breakthroughs in the technology also known As tracking led to a surge in the production of Oil and Gas. The tracking Boom has put the United states on track to soon become the worlds largest Oil and Gas producer. But environmentalists fear that the technique which involves injecting a cocktail of chemicals deep underground to break up the rocks around Oil and Gas deposits could contaminate surrounding water supplies and wildlife. As the practice of tracking has soared fights Over How and whether to regulate it have broken out across the country. Some states such As new York have banned tracking. Others such As Colorado have imposed some safety regulations and still others have no regulations on the practice. The states have jurisdiction Over drilling on private and state owned land where the vast majority of tracking is done in the United states. The new Federal rules by contrast will cover about 100,000 Oil and Gas Wells drilled on Public lands by Marc Levy and Sean Carlin associated press Harrisburg Republican state senators asked democratic gov. Tom Wolf on Friday to withdraw his nominee to head the Pennsylvania state police who was caught on video removing Roadside signs critical of him but the governor said he still supports him. Wolf declined in a morning phone Call from Senate majority Leader Jake Corman to withdraw the nomination of col. Marcus Brown. In a subsequent letter to Wolf released by Cormanis office the senates four ranking Republican senators made their wishes known. In it they cited the Misdemeanour theft investigation by local police into Browns removal of the signs near his suburban Harrisburg neigh car hits five vehicles James j. Nestor / Gazette Indiana police said Eliot Zeigler 20, of state College was the Driver of a pickup that hit five parked vehicles in the 300 Block of Washington Street at 12 18 a. M. Today. Investigators suspect alcohol was a Factor but no charges had been filed by press time. Firefighters from Indiana and paramedics responded. Blasts kill 137 in yemeni mosques by Ahmed Al Haj associated press Aden Yemen suicide bombers attacked a pair of mosques Friday in the yemeni capital unleashing monstrous blasts that ripped through worshippers and killed 137 people in the deadliest assault yet targeting shiite rebels who have taken Over Large parts of the rapidly fragmenting nation. At least 13 children were among the dead. A purported affiliate of the islamic state group claimed responsibility for the bombings which also wounded 357 people raising the alarming possibility the extremist group has expanded its presence to Yemen after already setting up a Branch in Libya. Earlier this week the group claimed responsibility for a bloody attack on Western tourists in Tunisia that authorities said was carried out by militants trained in Libya. If the claim is True and the u. S. Expressed scepticism fridays attacks would be the first by the islamic state group in Yemen adding a frightening new layer to the country is turmoil. Shiite rebels known As Louthis have taken Over the capital Sanaa and nine of poll spend More tax less by Emily Swanson associated press Washington americans want lower taxes and More government spending both at once although their support for spending More tax dollars on health care has dropped dramatically. They likelier than Ever to not feel connected to any particular religion but no less Likely to believe in god. And for the first time most want to legalize marijuana. Those Are among findings from the 2014 general social Survey which has been measuring trends in american opinion and behaviour since 1972. 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