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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - March 28, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaInside weather coming up deaths Index sunday a White township couple known for their massive display of Santa clauses at Christmas also has a sizable collection of bunnies on display at this time of year. Man sentenced a Pennsylvania Man convicted of strangling a pharmacist and his Girlfriend was sentenced Friday to life in prison without Page 3 space study two russians and an american boarded the International space station today beginning what is to be a year away from Earth for two of Page 9 probe findings a University of Oklahoma investigation into the racist fraternity chant found the chapter Learned it during a leadership cruise sponsored by the frats Page 10 classifieds. 26 28 comics to. 20 dear Abby. 14 entertainment. 21 family. 5 lottery. 2 religion. 23, 24 sports. 15 19 today in history. 14 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Arroyo Christina Lynn 36, Indiana Macblane James h., 76, Indiana Mcpherson Ethel w. Scott 102, Butler formerly of Clarksburg Rudinger Ruby Mae Stratton 88, Indiana Stuchell Martha g. Auntie 87, Indiana Wolfe Daniel George 81, Penn run late death Peroli Ines 87, Homer City watch the up basketball game at the Wood. Half off appetizers during the game. Big game big eats. Ironwood Grill. Our fresh tomatoes lettuce spinach onion sets. Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 last Call Indiana tax service 724 762 4714 open for season daily 9 a. M. 5 p. M. Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 bid audit estate and Trust notices in to Days classifieds Gemmell Supply. Carpet 724 463 7605 Indiana Gazette subscriptions make great gifts. Phone 724 465 5555 and ask for details. Clear and cold tonight. Not As cold tomorrow. 14� 44� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Wow. Indian Gazette. Com 28 pages 4 sections vol. 111 no. 215 75 cents March 2015 29 30 30 31 31 28 29 22 22 23 25 26 28 20 2 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 there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Shelby Oswald Dennis Clawson Bill Irwin sr., Zach Sowers Meghan Dressler Jade Fleming. Saturday 28 lillies tulips hyacinth grave memorials Are easter Here Flowers Franks Flowers 724 465 8523 1215 Wayne ave., Indiana open daily 7 Days a week remembering Cody James j. Nestor / Gazette members of the Homer City Community held a lantern release Friday night in memory of Cody Moose Miller a Homer Center High school graduate and Indiana University of Pennsylvania student who passed away March 17. Miller 19, was a standout on Homer centers football basketball and track teams. Pictured from left Are Carol Golinski of Homer City John Ireland a Homer Center senior who played football with Miller his brother Daniel Ireland and Cheryl Ireland their Mother of Homer City. Hospital to Arm Security officers by Chauncey Ross Chauncey Indian Gazette. Net Security officers at Indiana regional medical Center will carry firearms beginning monday for the first time in the 100 year history of the Hospital. The 17 members of the safety and Security department will be armed while on duty following about a year of training to earn certification Hospital officials said. Mark Richards the marketing and Public relations director at Irma said a National increase in Active shooter incidents led to the hospitals decision to become an act 235 armed Security department. The Security officers have undergone physical and psychological examinations and have completed about 100 hours of training under pennsylvanians lethal weapons training act 235, which provides certification to privately employed agents to carry a lethal weapon. This was not a decision we made easily but patient and employee safety have always been top priorities said Irma president Stephen Wolfe. The changing environment around us and the increase in physical confrontations were both factors that led us to this Point. The Hospital has experienced a share of violent incidents in recent years. State police and area municipal officers commonly take crime suspects to the emergency department for examinations or treatment and investigators have reported minor confrontations and disturbances involving suspects and Hospital personnel on a More frequent basis. The Hospital was placed on lock Down following a telephoned bomb threat in August 2013, and six Irma employees were injured in february 2014 when a Saltsburg Man attacked them in the intensive care unit. At least one person was badly Hurt in that incident. Senate gop considers plan to Cut a. Pension benefits by Peter Jackson associated press Harrisburg pennsylvanians cold War Over Public pensions is heating up As Senate republicans consider resurrecting a plan to pare future benefits for hundreds of thousands of current state and school employees. Majority Leader Jake Corman said this week that savings from the proposal which appears similar to the one advanced by former Republican gov. Tom Corbett and rejected by the go controlled legislature in 2013, could free up Money for other programs. This could give us real savings right now. The crisis is Here. We need to Deal with it said Corman who also threatened to withhold the votes to pass a state budget for the fiscal year that starts july 1 unless unspecified pension reforms Are approved. Democratic gov. Tom Wolf who Defeated corbetts bid for a second term in the november election opposes any reduction in benefits. The republicans Are talking about nothing new. They re talking about what has failed in the James j. Nestor / Gazette police investigated the scene of this fatal crash Friday night on route 119 near Homer City. By the Indiana Gazette Homer City a Clymer woman was fatally injured in a two vehicle crash at 8 40 p. M. Friday on route 119 in Center township. Indiana county Coroner Jerry Overman or. Identified the victim As Madeline Ralston 75, of 170 Morris St. Overman said Ralston was a passenger in a vehicle driven by her husband. He was not identified by name by the Coroner or police but Telephone directories list John Ralston or. As the occupant of that Morris Street address. According to state police at Indiana the Ralston were travelling North on route 119 when another vehicle pulled from the parking lot of Sansons restaurant and into their path while trying to Cross to the highways median. The vehicles collided in the northbound Lane police said. Collision on route 119 kills Clymer woman human services agencies address Issue of poverty continued on Page 8 continued on Page 8 by Colleen Barry and Frances Diemilio associated press Rome Amanda Knox who maintained that she and her former italian Boyfriend were innocent in her British roommates murder through multiple trials and nearly four years in jail was vindicated Friday when ital yes highest court threw out their convictions once and for All. Finished in oxus lawyer Carlo Dalla Vedova exulted after the decision was read out late Friday. It be better than this. The Surprise decision definitively ends the 7 � year Legal Battle waged by Knox 27, and co defendant Raffaele Sollecito 31, to Clear their names in the gruesome italian court overturns Knox murder conviction Stacy Brendlinger Amanda Knox continued on Page 8 continued on Page 8 by Sean Yoder Yoder Indian Gazette. Net what would you do if you get a Job because you afford to get there its catch 22 situations like this that Are barriers to Long term solutions to poverty. For Many human services organizations in Indiana county there is a feeling that they re Only helping people in the Short term instead of giving them the tools to alleviate Long term issues. Last fall human services agencies got together for a Summit on providing for those who Are in need. What they found was that transportation needed to continued on Page 8

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