Monthly Archives: January 2019

Fact-checking beyond the Beltway

Fact check By David Loomis INDIANA — This could be a good year for reality in Washington. Congress has recalled that it is a co-equal branch of government.  News media over here and over there are fact-checking official pronouncements and tweets. … Continue reading

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Campus racial climate change?

By The HawkEye staff INDIANA — On Wednesday, an Oak Grove preacher approached a group standing in front of the library at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. They were holding signs expressing opposition to racism and hate. He was saying racism … Continue reading

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MLK Jr. marchers pursue his dream

By David Loomis INDIANA — About 100 people braved freezing temps and a bracing wind on Saturday morning to march four blocks from the county courthouse to a downtown church, symbolic footsteps of the late Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. … Continue reading

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URBN goes rural in Indiana County

A review By David Loomis INDIANA – The top local news story of 2018, according to the staff at The Indiana Gazette, was September’s “arrival” here in rural Appalachia of URBN, corporate parent to Urban Outfitters Inc., a multinational hipster-lifestyle retailer … Continue reading

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