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WR 'Bob' Robinson | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

W.R. “Bob” Robinson, 92, of Blairsville, died Thursday, April 4, 2019, at his home.

Coach DeRubis Scholarship available | News  Indiana Gazette

The Coach Mike DeRubis Scholarship is available now for Blairsville High School seniors.

Teen Accused Of Posting Threats Against Blairsville High School  CBS Pittsburgh

Follow KDKA-TV: Facebook | Twitter. BURRELL TOWNSHIP (KDKA) — A teenager is facing charges for allegedly posting threats against an Indiana County ...

Teen charged in Blairsville threat | News  Indiana Gazette

BLAIRSVILLE — A 15-year-old boy is facing charges after being accused of making a social media threat Monday against Blairsville High School, state police ...

'Hard' and 'soft' school safety solutions on display at western Pa. conference  PA Post

(Indiana, Pa.) — Before he began his presentation, Pennsylvania state trooper Clifford Greenfield gave a disclaimer: “Please note that the information contained ...

Blairsville: Cheerleaders take title at Tri-County competition  Indiana Gazette

The Blairsville High School competitive cheerleaders claimed the first-place title for the first time in 20 years at the Tri-County cheerleading competition over the ...

Blairsville: Fitness Zone constructed at middle-high | School News  Indiana Gazette

Construction is underway on a new outdoor Fitness Zone at Blairsville Middle-High School. Blairsville is the first school in Indiana County to receive this grant ...

Directors approve purchase of new Chromebooks | News  Indiana Gazette

BURRELL TOWNSHIP — The Blairsville-Saltsburg school board voted Tuesday to purchase 1070 Chromebooks to replace those being used by students in ...

That moment when you get named Homecoming queen  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville High School senior Maggi Sarver, a daughter of Jim and Kristin Sarver, was announced as the 2018 Homecoming queen at halftime of the Bobcats' ...

Veterans Day activities scheduled in Blairsville | News  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville's annual Veterans Day parade will take place on Nov. 12 beginning at 10:30 a.m..

Richard Glenn Bost | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Richard Glenn Bost, 46, of Blairsville, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, at Belmont Community Hospital in Bellaire, Ohio.

Blairsville social media star to open Christmas concert at KCAC  Indiana Gazette

Area music fans couldn't ask for much more for Christmas than what the Kovalchick Complex plans to deliver to Indiana on Dec. 16.

Blairsville: Pink Out event raises money for Birdie's Closet, staffer  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville Middle-High School recently raised $150 for Birdie's Closet at IRMC and gave $500 to a Blairsville staff member who is currently fighting cancer.

School rallies for cancer-stricken teacher | News  Indiana Gazette

BURRELL TOWNSHIP — For 15 minutes Friday, the Blairsville High School gym was the biggest hair styling salon in Indiana County.

Graduation ceremonies set for area schools | News  Indiana Gazette

Area high schools will hold baccalaureate and graduation ceremonies on the following dates:

Joseph Thomas Paul Boehm | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Joseph Thomas Paul Boehm, 15, of Blairsville, passed away Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018.

School official: Community grieving, counselors provided after two Blairsville students found dead within days

An Indiana County community is receiving an outpouring of support across the region in the wake of two separate suicides by Blairsville High School students.

Student of the Month: Adrian Escalona | Announcements  Indiana Gazette

The Blairsville Monday Music Club featured Adrian Escalona as the Student of the Month at its meeting on Oct. 15 at the Blairsville United Presbyterian Church.

Blairsville-Saltsburg School District acts on student comment  Indiana Gazette

BLAIRSVILLE — School officials on Friday disciplined a senior at Blairsville High School who alarmed others with “inappropriate comments” in the wake of the ...

David E. Dunlap | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

David Edwin Dunlap, 75, of Blairsville, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 16, 2018, at West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh.

Blairsville: High school reinstates student council | School News  Indiana Gazette

Student council has recently made its way back into Blairsville High School after a several-year hiatus.

Benz scholarship now available | Community News  Indiana Gazette

The William L. and Margaret L. Benz Foundation has announced the availability of applications for scholarships for the 2019-20 school year.

Blairsville: Pep assembly gets kids ready for PSSA testing  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville High School senior athletes, varsity cheerleaders, and marching band and band front members took time out of their regularly scheduled school day ...

Sherrie Denney | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Sherrie (Rummel) Denney, 56, of Blairsville, passed away on Thursday, March 14, 2019, at UPMC East, Monroeville.

Blairsville students win Batch Foundation scholarships | News  Indiana Gazette

The inaugural Coach Mike DeRubis Scholarship, in partnership with the Batch Foundation, was recently awarded to Mary Tran and Catherine Martin, who ...

Blairsville junior wins oratory competition | News  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville High School junior Amy Kukula has won the ArtsPath regional competition for the 2018 Poetry Out Loud competition Jan. 29 at Indiana University of ...

Blairsville High School to present 'Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus'  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville High School students will perform the heartwarming play “Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus” on the high school stage at 7 p.m. Friday and ...

Kathryn E. Barnhart | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Kathryn E. “Kay” (Jacob) Barnhart, 96, of Blairsville, passed away Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at the Keeper of the Flame, Blairsville.

Robert G. 'Bobby' Myers | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Robert Gene “Bobby” Myers, 41, of Indiana and formerly of Blairsville, unexpectedly died Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, at Indiana Regional Medical Center.

Blairsville forfeits football game against Ligonier Valley after student deaths

The Heritage Conference football game between Ligonier Valley and Blairsville on Friday night at the Bobcats' field has been cancelled due the tragic deaths of ...

Cody Dunmire | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Cody Robert Dunmire, 25, of Indiana, formerly of Blairsville, passed away on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, at his home.

Blairsville: Fourteen take part in Pitt Model United Nations event  Indiana Gazette

Fourteen Blairsville High School students traveled to Pitt Model United Nations for an outside experience in communications and diplomacy. The group was ...

Blairsville: Eighth-graders make manufacturing video | School News  Indiana Gazette

Want to know what's so cool about video manufacturing? Technology teacher Michael Funyak and his eighth-grade video production team from Blairsville ...

Engagement: Karen Buratti and John Barbati | Engagements  Indiana Gazette

Karen M. Buratti and John A. Barbati, of Pittsburgh, are happy to announce their engagement.

Blairsville: Assembly presented on drug and alcohol abuse  Indiana Gazette

An Armstrong County judge recently spoke to Blairsville Middle-High School students about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The prevention program, called ...

Board hires new elementary principal | News  Indiana Gazette

CONEMAUGH TOWNSHIP — The Blairsville-Saltsburg school board on Wednesday hired a new principal for Blairsville Elementary School.

Blairsville: Senior places seventh at state FBLA competition in Hershey  Indiana Gazette

Blairsville Middle-High School recently sent 15 students to the state Future Business Leaders of America competition in Hershey. One student, senior Grant ...

Indiana trail bridge over Route 22 would benefit region's hikers, bikers  Tribune-Review

Within two years, planners hope to close a gap in a regional hiking and biking trail network by adding a new pedestrian bridge over Route 22 in Indiana County.

Central Cambria, teachers in contract negotiations | News, Sports, Jobs  Altoona Mirror

EBENSBURG — Though Central Cambria School District's teachers voted to authorize a strike earlier this summer, Superintendent Jason Moore said he thinks ...

Rhonda K. Chappel, 55  Titusville Herald

Rhonda graduated from Blairsville High School, Class of 1981, with high honors. She obtained a bachelor's of political science in 1985 from Allegheny College ...

Lawsuit figures released | Local News  Indiana Gazette

Figures provided by the Blairsville-Saltsburg School District after the filing of a right-to-know request estimate the total cost of a lawsuit filed by former ...

Resurfacing of Hoodlebug Trail likely to be delayed  Indiana Gazette

Plans are set for improvements to the Hoodlebug hiking and biking trail, but county officials on Wednesday said the work might not begin until next year.

Shari L. Kohan | Obituaries  Indiana Gazette

Shari Lynn Kohan, 47, of Westwood, died Friday, July 13, 2018.

CAMPAIGN 2018: Baker joins race for 62nd District | News  Indiana Gazette

Indiana County Commissioner Chairman Mike Baker has announced that he will seek the Republican nomination for the Pennsylvania House of ...

Kirkland retiring after 28 years as Indiana County treasurer  Indiana Gazette

Sandra Kirkland has been handling finances much of her life.

Greensburg Salem, area school districts struggle with rumors and threats  Tribune-Review

Two rumored threats against Greensburg Salem School District proved unfounded, according to Greensburg City Police. Police investigated the rumors over the ...

Age not stopping Morris’ love for coaching  Observer-Reporter

Jim Morris' coaching and teaching career has been a pretty picture.

WWII veteran set example of self-reliance  Tribune-Review

Bert Bertonaschi made a living as the Maytag repairman in a Westinghouse town. “He had his shop on Cavitt Avenue (Trafford) from 1954 until about 1968,” said ...

Comcast Awards $188,000 In Scholarships To 179 Pennsylvania High School Seniors  PR Newswire

HARRISBURG, Pa., May 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The Comcast Foundation, founded in 1999 to provide charitable support to its local communities and to ...

Young women seek red-carpet-worthy gowns for prom  Tribune-Review

The dresses hanging in zipped, plastic covers represent every style imaginable. Some have head-to-toe sparkle, others less embellishment. Fabrics range from ...

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