Monthly Archives: October 2012

IUP students: Do your homework on presidential candidates

An opinion By Peter Broad Indiana University of Pennsylvania students: Are you unsure about whether to vote or for whom?  Do vote. And when you do, consider the following: — Are you carried on your parents’ insurance until age 26?  President Obama’s Affordable … Continue reading

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Publishing plant burns

By Sean Yoder INDIANA — A fire tore through Creps United Publications in White Township on Tuesday morning, prompting 15 fire crews and two hazardous-materials teams to respond and sending four to the hospital. Fire crews first got the call at 8:37 a.m., according to Indiana … Continue reading

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Indiana council: Chill out on Hot Dog John

An opinion By Corrie Whitmer For eight years now, Indiana residents have been visiting John A. “Hot Dog John” Minda’s downtown hot dog cart for a quick meal and some conversation.  But for the third time in those eight years, Minda’s … Continue reading

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IUP campus master plan unveiled

By Emily Weber INDIANA — Three new Indiana University of Pennsylvania construction projects are expected to be completed by August 2014 as the first installments in a long-range facilities plan presented on Monday by campus administrators. They described a new College of Humanities … Continue reading

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ALS fundraiser culminates Friday

By Keith Vislay INDIANA — Coffee. Pastries. Doilies. Lou Gehrig’s disease. If not for William L. “Bill” Szep, owner of Caffé Amadeus coffee shop, these words would share no connection. Szep has organized a fundraiser for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as … Continue reading

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