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Johnstown Tribune Democrat (Newspaper) - September 2, 2015, Johnstown, Pennsylvania Relish Strong brew Milwaukee clobbers Cole Early breezes to 7-4 win. food kick off your Gridiron season with crowd pleasing ideas. Inside. , Usa us Birney Democrat a september 2, 2015 serving greater Johnstown since 1853 wednesday no Hanson for Hocke Yville slap shot Trio benched say they were told finances to blame by Ron Musselman rmusselman9tribdem.com the Hanson Brothers who became iconic figures after filming the movie a a slap shot at the Cambria county War memorial Arena in 1976, apparently will not be in Johnstown later this month. Hiey have been knocked out of the Kraft Hocke Yville Usa festivities for what appears to be financial reasons. On tuesday Steve Carlson came out swinging. He told the Tribune Democrat he can to imagine a four Day hockey Celebration of such magnitude in Johnston n without the Hanson Brothers taking part. A imagine a a Rocky reunion without Sylvester Stallone Quot Carbon said tuesday in a phone interview from California a for a terminator reunion without Arnold Carlson said the Hanson Brothers which includes his two bespectacled movie sidekicks Dave Hanson and Jeff Carlson hat a Deal in place to take part in the event up until last week. Please see Hanson a2 $1.00 newsstand the Hanson Brothers Steve Carlson Jeff Carlson and Dave Hanson join Jamestown s Brett Szajner left and the tomahawks Cody Gylling during a ceremonial puck drop before the dec. 14,2012, tomahawks game. Triune Democrat tue photo thieves Swap . Flag for Swastika by Jocelyn Brumbaugh Brumbaugh new Paris state police in Bedford county Are looking for someone who Tole an american Flag at a former elementary school and replaced it with a nazi Flag. Between la . And 4 . Sunday state police said someone stole an american Flag from the former new Paris elementary school building in Napier township. After stealing the Flag those involved hoisted a red Flag displaying a Swastika representing nazi Germany in its place. The school which was part of the Chestnut Ridge school District until the end of the 2013-14 school year later w As sold to a property development company although the District still uses it for bus transfers. District attorney Bill Higgins said because the investigation is pending and those responsible have not been identified its premature for him to give any detailed comments. However Higgins said the act is disturbing and a theft at minimum. State police say the american Flag that was taken from the scene is valued at $100. A a we re certainly outraged by it Quot Higgins said. A new american Flag has since been donated and was put up on monday. Anyone who has information about the incident should Contact state police in Bedford at 623-6133. Haling our All Over town i husband charged Joh Rucosky the Tribune Democrat Bishop Mccort football players Gavin Horn Quot deft and Stefan Vyhonsky decorate Trees in downtown Johnstown scentral Park on tuesday with Teal Rio Luiis to promote ovarian cancer awareness. Bishop Mccort students raising awareness of ovarian cancer Jocelyn hmm a ugh is a reporter for the Tribune Democrat. Follow her on he it ter a jul Rumba ugh to. By Randy Griffith rgriffith9tribdem.com students were revving up ovarian cancer awareness by a stealing out through town on tuesday. A a i ast year our school started to talk about ovarian cancer and How it did t get that much awareness Quot Bishop Mccort Catholic High school senior Sarah Nav said tuesday in Central Park. Quot we decided to help spread awareness. September is ovarian cancer awareness month and Teal is selected by the National ovarian cancer coalition and others to symbolize Hope for patients. Although ovarian cancer has few symptoms and often goes unidentified Early detection can improve five year survival rates by 90 percent studies show. The Bishop Mccort s National Honor society along with football volleyball and cheer leading teams spent tuesday afternoon tying Teal ribbons around Johnstown Windber and Somerset said mama soil ill i of the advancement office. All the Catholic Grade schools Are decorating Cir campuses As Well Quot Schilli said. The crushers sept 25 football game with Westmont Hilltop will feature a a steal out Quot w Ith students wearing Teal and players donning Teal bands. Awareness begins in the schools senior Joelle que said explaining that Teal tuesdays Are a weekly Mccort program during september in which students learn about ovarian see cancer a2in murder son says parents argued the night before fatal shooting by Patrick Bujnowski Buchnowski Atri dem com a state College Man was charged with murdering his wife during a dispute inside their Gregor Way Home on sunday Lite couple lived in the Johnstown area for Many years moving to state College in 2013. State College police charged 49-year-old Alois Aaron Kudlach with murdering Nuria n. Kudlach 51. In a criminal complaint police said they responded to a 911 dispatch reporting a Man hat shot his wife. According to the complaint Alois Kudlach said a my wife came at me w Ith a knife. I defended myself an Nuria everything is of now. Kudlach a i shot her Quot Kudlach said. A my wife is bleeding on the floor. Just Send the the family formerly resided in Richland township. Alois Kudlach worked at concurrent technologies corp. Centre county Coroner Scott savers said Nuria Kudlach died instantly from a gunshot wound to the head. Alois Kudlach is charged with first degree a Ford decree murder aggravated enclosure or use Batton Bond in the murder assault and interception wire or electronic com my i he is being held without Bood in the Centre county jail. When police arrived on scene they found Alois Kudlach on the front porch hugging his 19-year-old son Alexander see murder. A2 Westmont parents kids very ready to go response to Mold Issue draws Praise John Rucosky the Tribune Democrat Missy and Chris Glessner who have a son in third Grade a daughter in first Grade listen to the discussion on tuesday at a special meeting of the Westmont Hilltop school Board. By Ron Musselman rmusselman9tribdem.com Chris and Missy Glessner were among the Small turnout of parents who showed up for Westmont hilltops special Board meeting tuesday night in the Middle school auditorium. Their two Small children a first Grade daughter and a third Grade son Are among 505 elementary school students and 35 teachers who Are bracing for the Start of classes tuesday morning. The elementary school located at 675 Coucher st., had been dogged by Mold issues. Nine classrooms were retested for Mold spores Between Friday and monday. All were cleared paving the Way for the school to finally reopen and for students to return following a few delays. Quot in a not really too concerned Quot Missy Glessner said. A a theres Mold even where you go. I feel a taxi about the situation Here Glessner a husband Chris believes superintendent Donald Irwin and Westmont Hilltop officials and handled the Mold situation As Best they could. A i know some folks on the school Board and i know or. Invin and in a confident in what they re telling us Quot Chris Glessner said. Quot they put our kids at risk i done to think Quot Missy Glessner who works As an instructional aide at the elementary school said her kids a Are very ready to go Quot Back to school. Micah mood who has a daughter entering kindergarten also praised school official it for 1-800-334-1163 we need Silver coins Silver dollars All old coins to own pays Mori John Paul Sarosi inc. 106 Market st., downtown Johnstown 535-5766 inside Abby. 02 editorial. .a6 births. Cd Horoscope. .d2 Bridge. .d3 lottery. Cd business. A7 movies. I classified. Cd Roach. A comics. .d3 sports. By deaths. .c7 television. F 2 �?�55 806 429 i for convenient Home delivery Call 532-5000 or 866 307-0905. Good morning Bernard Riek thank you for subscribing to the Tribune Democrat. Looking for work 132 jobs advertised in today s Tribune Democrat lottery tuesday s Mega millions 02-05-35-40-54 Mega Ball 13 Mega plier 5 More lottery numbers cd great grocery deals Check out Randy a Bilo Market Basket and Ideal Market ads inside follow us on Facebook twitter. M their efforts. A a in a satisfied at the moment and it sounds like they have a Good plan to stay on top of the Mold situation Quot mood said. A it seems like they have done a really Good Job of taking care of this Issue in the last to Days Liz Rutledge a fourth Grade teacher toured the school on tuesday. A there were machines running that were still moving air and they were cleaning and doing some last minute touch-.&Quot she said. Quot it looked Good to see Westmont a2 j in a a today s weather morning fog a to storm later. High 82, Low 65. Five Day forecast/c8

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