Monthly Archives: February 2020

Go, Nellie!

An analysis  By David Loomis INDIANA –Elizabeth Cochran (aka Nellie Bly) enrolled at Indiana Normal School in fall 1879, four years after the institution’s founding. Room, board and tuition cost $5 per week ($4.50 for students preparing to be teachers), … Continue reading

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The Six count on musical homecomings in Indiana, Pa.

A profile By Nathan Zisk INDIANA – The Coney’s second floor was packed shoulder-to-shoulder on a frigid Feb. 1. The venerable pub is no stranger to large crowds, having served drinks, dogs and decent food to college kids since 1933. … Continue reading

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Climate change in carbon’s cradle

 An analysis By David Loomis INDIANA – State Sen. Joe Pittman, R-Indiana, went first. His announcement to seek a full term in the Nov. 3 election appeared Jan. 21. The announcement of State Rep. James “Jim” Struzzi II, R-Indiana, the … Continue reading

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