Monthly Archives: November 2018

Here comes the sun

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – A front-page story in The Indiana Gazette on Sunday reported on this year’s local weather. Slow news day? Hardly. The story was about a superlative – wettest on record in Indiana County. “Through … Continue reading

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Burrell Township’s missing link

An opinion By David Loomis INDIANA – When it comes to a decade-long plan to build a roughly $3 million bridge to bear bike and foot traffic safely above busy U.S. routes 119 and 22 at Blairsville, supervisors of neighboring … Continue reading

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Election 2018: a youth wave at IUP

By Nathan Zisk and David Loomis INDIANA – Local election returns show that Indiana University of Pennsylvania students generated a youth wave in Indiana County’s Nov. 6 balloting, a local political activist said. The university’s two polling places are Pratt … Continue reading

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Incumbent trivializing of the 2018 election

An Opinion By David Loomis INDIANA – The campaign lacked substantive issues, despite a national agenda begging for debate and action. Polls showed the Republican candidate was not very popular.  His supporters decided to go negative with an attack ad … Continue reading

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