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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - May 2, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaWeather deaths Index classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 17 dear Abby. 11 entertainment. 21 family. 8 lottery. 2 religion. 18 20 sports. 13 16 today in history. 11 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Ressler Betty c., 73, Armagh vegetable plants ready Joeys giant Tomato plants seed potatoes onion sets Flowers & hanging baskets Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 vote May 19 Sherene Hess for Indiana county commissioner. Paid for by friends of Sherene Hess. Taters weekly and has moved to wednesdays. Sale prices will be in effect from thursdays thru wednesdays of the following week. Stauffers Market East of Brush Valley. Mothers Day Flowers custom planting vegetable plants and Lawn furniture. Stock your Freezer for the grilling season with lots of our Black Angus steaks & burgers Yar Nicks farm 724 349 3904 Indiana Republican banquet. May 7. Wow. . Com up ceramics Sale. May 1 2. Robertshaw building. 9 a. M. 6 p. M. Celebrate the memory of your Mother with a special mothers Day tribute in the Indiana Gazette. 724 349 4949 Honor the heros in your life with a memorial Day tribute in the Indiana Gazette. 724 349 4949 benjamins mothers Day reservations. 12 to 5 p. M. 724 465 4446 bid and budget notices in to Days classifieds bowwow boutique has moved. 724 463 0434 Clear tonight. Partly sunny tomorrow. 46� 73� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. Wow. Indian Gazette. Com 24 pages 2 sections vol. 111 no. 250 75 cents May 2015 25 26 27 29 30 17 17 18 20 21 23 15 16 9 1 2 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 11 12 13 19 23 3 05 1 26 24 a hons in the news inside there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Camdyn Schuller Taylor Lecce Andrew Adams Rachel Allison Emily Bucklen Debra Gromley. Saturday 2 cause for alarm International aviation officials Are trying to quickly come up with safer packaging for cargo shipments of Lithium Ion batteries on passenger planes after u. S. Testing confirmed that aircraft fire suppression systems cant prevent overheated batteries from causing powerful explosions and Page 3 suspicions grow eighteen Black women who were told decades ago that their babies had died soon after birth at a St. Louis Hospital now wonder if the infants were taken away by Hospital officials to be raised by other Page 5 new regulations u. S. And Canadian transportation officials on Friday announced sweeping new safety rules for rail tank cars used to transport crude Oil and other flammable Page 7 Princess born Kate Middleton Duchess of Cambridge delivered a baby girl today Royal officials said less than three hours after checking into a London Page 11 assault analysis the Pentagon has released a new analysis of military sexual assaults As it struggles to define retaliation and to rein in behaviour that a victim can see As Page 12 everlasting blown fibreglass for Walls attic crawl spaces anywhere Verlas insulation. Com 724 479 2850 exclusive 10 year warranty on products & installation e eve Las Comfort. Eve locally owned by x or the Steffey family of Homer City products installation a Verlas Insulat Tion warranty Tion. M Aderer l landscaping i no. 724 349 6696 . Com More on. Ponds & waterfalls. Baltimore expected to rally Tom Peel Gazette Ellen Matis digital Media coordinator for the Indiana Gazette was the keynote speaker at fridays High school reporters luncheon at the Park inn by Radisson in White township. Student reporters honoured by Rebecca Singer Rsinger Indian Gazette. Net the Way the world gets news is constantly changing and evolving and to Days Young writers school news reporters Are the ones that Are going to be a part of that change according to Ellen Matis digital Media coordinator at the Indiana Gazette. The journalism Industry is changing and you can be a part of that change Matis told the writers Friday during a luncheon at the Park inn by Radisson in White township. Reporters from 14 area High schools took part during the school year submitting stories about events happening in their schools. Attending the luncheon were reporters from Calvary Baptist Academy Harmony Homer Center Indiana Marion Center Penns Manor Purchase line and seeds of Faith Christian Academy. Matis stressed to the writers that the word journalism Means More than just newspapers magazines and television. It also Means breaking news twitter and photos and the list keeps growing. Studying journalism in College Isnit enough either. It Isnit enough to just go to College and get a degree anymore. You need to have work experience. You need to know How to do More than just Lay out a Page or write a Story Matis explained. You have to do internships. Work for the student newspaper. Know How to properly use a has tag. Create graphics. Copy edit. Speak in 140 characters. Blog. Format articles for websites. Take photos. Edit photos. Write. Write Well. Know a Little bit about or and marketing. Figure out what makes Content go viral. And know How to make the perfect cup of Coffee because you wont survive without it. She explained that a journalist gov. Wolf opens door to insurance marketplace by Marc Levy associated press Harrisburg gov. Tom wolfs administration advanced plans Friday to maintain Federal health insurance subsidies for nearly 400,000 pennsylvanians ahead of a u. S. Supreme court decision that could wipe out the Aid to insurance buyers in some states. The Democrat wrote to u. S. Health and human services Secretary Sylvia Burwell to declare his administrations intent to take Over operation of the insurance marketplace in 2016. The Federal government currently operates the marketplace which is a prominent feature of the 2010 Federal health care Law designed to extend insurance coverage to 35 million americans. In order to protect 382,000 pennsylvanians from potentially losing subsidies that help them afford health care coverage i have written to the Federal government outlining a contingency plan to set up a stat based marketplace to ensure no one loses their health coverage Wolf said in a statement released by his office. Wolfs administration said the letter is not binding but it ensures the option is available next year in Case the High courts ruling is Adverse. In any Case approval from the Republican controlled legislature would be required for any Money needed to run an Exchange and potentially for the Legal authority legislative officials said. We Are concerned about the Cost. What Are the costs involved and How does Wolf propose paying if there Are costs involved by Juliet Linderman associated press Baltimore a massive March planned for today to protest the death of a Man in police custody is now being billed As a Victory rally after Balti mores top prosecutor filed criminal charges against the six officers involved in the mans arrest. The thousands of marchers who Are expected to hit the streets will now do so to celebrate the decision by states attorney Marilyn Mosby to charge the officers with felonies ranging from assault to murder and encourage continued peaceful demonstrations. Freddie Grays death from spinal injuries a week after his april 12 arrest provoked riots on the streets of West Baltimore on monday and quickly became a rallying cry against police brutality and social inequality in the City. Most yes announcement on Friday triggered celebrations on those same streets. Mosby said that after reviewing the results of a police investigation turned Over to her just one Day before she had concluded Grays arrest was illegal and unjustified. She said his neck was broken because he was handcuffed shackled and placed head first into a police Van where his pleas for medical attention were repeatedly ignored As he bounced around inside a Small Metal compartment in the vehicle. The officers missed five opportunities to help the injured and falsely imprisoned Detainee before he arrived at the police station no longer breathing Mosby added. They even rerouted the Van to pick up another David Goldman / associated press demonstrators celebrated fridays announcement that six officers have been charged in the police custody death of Freddie Gray in Baltimore. Three former Christie allies charged in Bridge scandal by David Porter and Jill Colvin associated press Newark n. J. Federal prosecutors brought charges Friday against three former allies of gov. Chris Christie but not Christie himself in the George Washington Bridge traffic scandal apparently easing the Legal threat that has Hung Over his 2016 White House ambitions for More than a year. One of those charged David Wildstein a former High ranking official at the transportation Agency that operates the Bridge pleaded guilty in a Deal with prosecutors saying he and the other defendants engineered huge traffic jams to get even with a local politician. Christie was not implicated in court or in the indictments. Based on the evidence currently available to us were not going to charge anyone else in this scheme u. S. Attorney Paul Fishman said at a news conference. The Republican governor claimed vindication. To Days charges make Clear that what Ive said from Day one is True i had no knowledge or involvement in the planning or execution of this act Christie said in a statement. While Christie May be out of any immediate Legal danger politically it could be More complicated. The juror has already damaged his standing in the polls and the charges put the scandal Back in the news just As the presidential Cycle is getting underway and candidates Are jumping into the race. Wildstein a former official at the port authority of new York and new Jersey pleaded guilty to conspiracy saying he and the other Christie loyalists closed lanes and created gridlock in september 2013 As political payback against a democratic mayor. He said the three of them also concocted a cover Story it was a traffic study. The two people he implicated former Christie Deputy chief of staff Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni who was the governors top a Bill Baroni Bridget Kelly David Wildstein continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12

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