Monthly Archives: January 2020

Hikers, hunters and the herd in White’s Woods

  An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – Good news: White Township supervisors this month voted 4-1 to ban hunting in White’s Woods. They acted promptly to allay public-safety fears in a recreational forest at the township’s urban interface. That’s … Continue reading

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Diversity and Dr. King

An opinion By Anthony Frazier INDIANA — Diversity. We are created differently in that we come from different places, religions, nations, family, cultures. And yet we all inhabit one planet and one humanity. As we celebrate and honor the life’s … Continue reading

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Trail on trial: biking in Burrell

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – Among the top local news stories of 2019, according to The Indiana Gazette, was the long-running dispute between Burrell Township and Indiana County over a proposed bicycle-pedestrian bridge across U.S. Route 22 bordering … Continue reading

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Caution: stop-light politics

An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – The stop light at the intersection of 11th and Philadelphia streets, recently set to blink, flashes a clear warning: Proceed with caution, not only through the western gateway to the borough’s downtown business district … Continue reading

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