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Indiana Gazette (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Indiana, PennsylvaniaBy Josh Lederman associated press Seward Alaska president Barack Obama stared Down a melting Glacier in Alaska on tuesday in a dramatic use of his presidential pulpit to sound the alarm on climate change. From a distance exit Glacier appears As a River of White and Blue flowing Down through the mountains toward lower terrain. In fact its just the opposite. The 2 mile Long chock of solid ice has been retreating at a faster and faster Pace in recent years More than 800 feet since 2008, satellite tracking shows. This is As Good of a signpost of what were dealing with when it comes to climate change As just about anything Obama said with the iconic Glacier at his Back. Obama trekked up to the Glacier in a carefully chores by Sean Yoder Yoder Indian Gazette. Net it was a hot race Day tuesday for horse and human. Both Princess Desta and her Driver David Brickell of Smicksburg worked hard for first place in their harness race at Mack Park Fairgrounds but came up Short with third. It was a special race for Princess destas owner Sarah Decarlo 23. As part of the prize for the win Decarlo and her family donated a inside weather deaths Index abortion absolution Pope Francis said tuesday he will allow priests to Grant absolution during the holy year of mercy he has proclaimed which starts on dec. 8./ Page 3 manhunt continues authorities have swarmed a Small town North of Chicago looking for three suspects in the shooting death of a police officer there Page 7 mass kidnapping masked men in military uniforms kidnapped 18 turkish employees of an Ankara based construction company in Baghdad Early today bundling them into several sums and speeding away iraqi and turkish officials Page 7 on the Cusp president Obama is just one Senate vote shy of being Able to uphold his expected veto of legislation aimed at blocking the Iran nuclear Page 9 Grad list up has announced the graduates of May 2015./ Page 10 on the offensive the Federal governments proposal to reduce smog will harm Pennsylvania manufacturers and the states broader Economy pro business groups Are warning in a new Public relations offensive against the coming Page 11 classifieds. 22 24 comics to. 21 dear Abby. 22 entertainment. 20 family. 8 lottery. 2 Lascar. 19 sports. 13 19 today in history. 22 viewpoint. 6 obituaries on Page 4 Maccollum Arthur Artie f., 77, Burnside Maffei Adam j., 36, Shaler township Allegheny county Mcdermott june a., 92, Robinson Rapacik Mary c., 97, Chesterton ind., formerly of Johnstown Earndean Loose Lay flooring lip or let. Easiest floor Ever to install. Lifetime warranty. On Stock affordable interiors. 724 349 8821 mainly Clear tonight. Partly sunny tomorrow. 65� 84� tonight tomorrow see Page 2. 27 september 2015 28 28 29 30 28 29 20 20 21 23 24 26 18 19 12 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 14 15 16 22 a hons in the news there is Good news today in the Indiana Gazette about these area people Debbie Bowser Bill Rankin Carter putt Sara Gromley Jonathan Stormer. Wednesday 2 the Indian Gazette wow. Indian Gazette. Com vol. 112 no. 12 24 pages 2 sections 75 cents wolves fans look for a team poster inside today Page 5 Check out the results of the 4 Hoffa vegetables Floral Home economics and exhibits contests from the Indiana county fair. Tragedies mar semesters Start Teri Enciso / Gazette up president Michael Driscoll talked to students in attendance for the annual Hawk walk about the recent tragic situations at and around up and about the importance of the walk in which students Community officials and others go door to door in select Campus neighbourhoods to pass out Welcome bags. James Nestor / Gazette David Brick Ellof Smicksburg was pulled along by Princess Desta tuesday in a 2 year old filly Pace race at the Indiana county Fairgrounds in this still Frame taken from a mounted go pro video camera. Teri Enciso / Gazette Morgan Smith drum major for Blairsville High school performed with the band tuesday at the Indiana county fairs annual band night. High school bands from Penns Manor United Saltsburg Purchase line Marion Center Homer Center Punxsutawney and Indiana also performed. Look for photos of band night through the Ages online at wow. Indian Gazette. Net. New group forms to Challenge tax process by Chauncey Ross Chauncey Indian Gazette. Net a second property owners group has been formed to organize a protest against the Indiana county property reassessment project. Primarily composed of Farmers and owners of Broad expanses of open space the Indiana county landowners association has retained a Pittsburgh Law firm and is collecting donations for a possible court fight to change the reassessment of their land. The group is headed by Jeff Altemus of pikes Peak Nursery near Penn run in Cher Ryhill township and their chief Legal advocate is attorney David White of Burns White Lac attorneys at Law. The Law firm last week told the Indiana county Board of commissioners that the landowners Are considering a lawsuit and asked the commissioners to meet and talk about correcting errors in the reassessment project without going to court. White and commission chairman Rodney Ruddock this morning said talks Are underway to arrange a meeting for the landowners to present their Case. It sounds like they want to talk to us and hear what our concerns Are White said. Were going to show them examples of significant errors in the assessment process and we Hope that we can come to an agreement to alleviate it. Ruddock said he was cautious with his comments because it is a Legal matter. Well Honor the request and we understand the concerns they share and want to be part of a solution with the assessment process Ruddock said. We thought it would be Best to work out a plan through our solicitor Mike Clark with the landowners association to make sure we know exactly what they re looking for and to prepare ourselves for that meeting and do it at the earliest Opportunity. The landowners association is a separate group but is promoted and backed by the Indiana county a against unfair re Wolf tries new tactic on state budget talks by Marc Levy associated press Harrisburg gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy As a state government budget stalemate stretches into a third month abandoning heavily attended meetings with lawmakers and aides in the Capitol in favor of smaller More private meetings without staff. Wolf held private meetings tuesday in his official residence with top Republican lawmakers including Senate majority Leader Jake Corman and House majority Leader Dave Reed. The path that negotiations have been on have not been productive wolfs spokesman Jeff Sheridan said. I think theress been a lot of people in the room a lot going on outside the room. Some of wolfs Capitol meetings had been attended by a dozen lawmakers and dozens of aides to both the governor and lawmakers. The meetings tended to be Short with Little Progress reported. Reporters waited outside those meetings for them to break up. Occasionally the Public comments made by Wolf or lawmakers As they left were sharply critical about their negotiating partner. I think the governor is re Andrew Harnik / associated press president Obama spoke tuesday while on a hike to the exit Glacier in Seward Alaska. Glacier serves As object lesson by Chauncey Ross Chauncey Indian Gazette. Net officials say an Indiana University of Pennsylvania student from Cambria county was discovered dead Early tuesday on paper Mill Avenue near the Campus parking garage just off Oakland Avenue. Indiana county Coroner Jerry Overman or. Identified the student As Devin Michael Lecomte 19, of Ashville. Lecomte was a freshman who had enrolled at up to study Art according to University spokeswoman Michelle Fryling. The discovery was reported to Indiana county emergency management at 1 a. M., Overman reported. The Coroner pronounced Lecomte dead at the scene at 1 42 a. Comment on the circumstances involving the death cannot be released at this time As this is still an Active investigation Overman reported in a news release. Foul play has been ruled out at this time. Up Campus police investigated but University officials did not comment on the probe. Citizens ambulance service paramedics were summoned and the Indiana fire department assisted police at the scene. Overman said an autopsy was completed tuesday at forensic do in Windber Somerset county and that blood and tissue samples have been submitted to a lab for toxicology tests. Overman made no immediate ruling on the manner or cause of death. The Gibbons funeral Home in Ashville will handle the arrangements the Coroner reported. Word of the students death circulated on social Media close on the heels of the death of an Indiana Bor continued on Page 12 continued on Page 12 for All things High school football Check out Kickoff 2015 in the paper and end zone extra online thursday. 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