Harkcom: Wayne S., 77, Somerset. (Hindman, Frankstown Road)
Nathanic: Gail T., 79, Atrium Manor. (John Henderson)
Sarlouis: Clark W., 70, Conemaugh Township, Cambria County. (Baker-Harris)
Skura: Regina C., 96, Lilly. (Cloherty)
Williams: Thomas B., 83, Brownstown. (Ozog)
Datko: John Anthony, 90, Somerset, formerly of Stoystown and Windber. (Deaner, Stoystown)
Elchin: William, 88, Windber. (Kisiel)
Spinazzola: Elaine T. (DiMarco), 74, Windber. (Meek & Dalla Valle)
Dabbs: William E., 57, Mercersburg, native of Johnstown. (Geisel)
Ricketts: Carol Sue, 62, Coalport R.D. (Gibbons, Coalport)
Rively: Lily (Jaber), 88, Scranton, formerly of Johnstown. (Moskal-Reid)
Rodgers: David Patrick, 20, Eau Claire, Wis. (Benson-Langehough)
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- District Deaths March 10, 2014
Cambria officials fear loss of judge
As officials work toward reducing employee numbers in anticipation of a change in the county’s class designation, Cambria’s declining population should have minimal if any immediate impact on the number of judges on the bench of the court of common pleas.
Breast cancer breakthrough: Windber researchers study genetic changes in fat cells
Scientists at Windber Research Institute have discovered genetic changes that could help promote the growth of breast cancer tumors.
Proposed helicopter swap may impact local Guard unit
Politicians from across the country, including U.S. Sens. Pat Toomey and Bob Casey Jr. from Pennsylvania, are analyzing how proposed Defense Department budget cuts and realignments could affect Army National Guard units in their states.
‘Elvis’ to rock Arcadia
Elvis Presley impersonator Scot Bruce will present a concert in the style of pre-Vegas Elvis at 7:30 p.m. March 22 at Arcadia Theater, 1418 Graham Ave., Windber.
Community can share Passover meal
Few meals can match the symbolism and ceremony associated with a Jewish seder dinner. The Johnstown congregation has made it a practice for more than a decade to open the seder to the public, and the dinner has grown to be quite popular with the non-Jewish community.
Munching at movies can benefit cancer society
The phrase “pass the popcorn” will have a special meaning on March 19 as theatergoers at Richland Cinemas partake of the tasty treat.
Marathon will trace path of 1889 flood
The Johnstown Area Heritage Association is seeking participants for its Path of the Flood Historic Half Marathon and 5K race.
Educator to receive NOW award
The Johnstown chapter of the National Organization for Women plans to honor a prominent local educator and musician at its annual banquet March 27.
MICHELE M. BENDER | What happened to Christmas?
Headaches rarely bother me. I always felt sorry for folks trapped in the Advil/Dristan web.
I woke up at 4 a.m. Dec 17 with a headache that probably registered on a Richter scale. (People in New Zealand experienced aftershocks.)
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