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Family courses

September 22, 2014 Dear editor: Today’s (9/17/14) Times Observer exhibits two items featuring the same dilemma; an AP release about a bill to allow teachers to have weapons in schools and Walter William’s column about... more »»

 
 
 
City parking

September 22, 2014 Dear editor: 221 parking meters, 130 holes, kiosks, increased rates! Now that parking meters are a reality, I say yikes! I’m leaving the city and heading for the suburbs. more »»

School board

September 19, 2014 Dear editor: We were told that the closure of elementary schools would result in considerable savings in building maintenanc. more »»

Health care

September 19, 2014 Dear editor, I have a concern in relation to the health care profession and the up coming colds and flu season plus the new virus affecting our children. more »»

Lights, signs

September 19, 2014 Dear editor: I think it is about time to take the signs down and the school lights covered or taken down as there is no school there anymore it is the main office. John B. more »»

Traffic light

September 18, 2014 Dear editor: This is a letter concerning the suggestion that the TRAFFIC LIGHT at the intersection of Railroad Street and East Main Street in Youngsville, PA be removed: If one looks at the... more »»

Laying blame

September 18, 2014 Dear editor: When anything goes wrong, and now in the Ukraine, President Obama is always to blame by the Republicans. Food for thought. When the horrible 9-11 happened, Obama was not our president. more »»

Food pantries

September 17, 2014 Dear editor: I write to commend Ben Klein on his well thought out article on feeding the hungry in Warren County. Many people are not aware of the growing numbers of people in need of food assistance. more »»

Boots on ground

September 17, 2014 Dear editor: Imagine! The United States is in crisis, our government has asked NATO for help restoring order and they have complied by sending Japanese troops and equipment. more »»

Crossings

September 16, 2014 Dear editor: As I walk down Penn Ave going west and heading towards the point a young man is standing there attempting to cross the street. more »»

Settlement

September 16, 2014 Dear editor, This letter is in reference to the Times Observer article on September 15 regarding the settlement between Waste Treatment Corporation of Warren and Clean Water Action of Pittsburgh. more »»

Scotland’s epic vote

September 16, 2014 WASHINGTON — Tucking into a dish of Scottish haggis is not a task for the fainthearted. more »»

Back to Iraq; What if?

September 16, 2014 If. more »»

Drunken Sailor

September 15, 2014 Dear editor: The search for widowm is not an easy road, most especially the highway of the big business, DUI program in Warren Count. more »»

Ukraine

September 11, 2014 Dear editor: To the casual reader of the news, it is recently nearly impossible to tell truth from error from hyperbolic nonsense. There was some of the latter in George Will’s 9-4 column. more »»

Chaplain

September 9, 2014 Dear editor: Your recent interviews with World War II veterans have been most appreciated. This is one personage I would like to add to your publication. more »»

Rouse Home

September 9, 2014 Dear Sirs: An announcement in the August 25 edition of the Warren Times Observer notes that the Rouse Home recently earned a Deficiency Free Survey conducted by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. more »»

Sewer billing

September 4, 2014 Dear editor: People in charge, counsel, mayor, and who ever else decided to change the city of Warren sewer billing really got it wrong this tim. more »»

Jail meds

September 4, 2014 Dear editor: To the Warren County Prison board - Have you ever heard of the $4.00 prescription plan at Walmart? The drugs can be shipped directly and free online pharmacy services. more »»

School board

September 3, 2014 Dear editor: What is problematic with the recent Times Observer report on transferring is the data provided from the School District. One has to wonder how cherry picked it i. more »»

Editorial

September 2, 2014 Dear editor: The August 26 editorial in the Times Observer titled “A poorly considered plan” failed to tell the whole story. more »»

 
 

The Walk to End Alzheimer's September 27, 2014

The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s® is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. more »

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The Trickle - Clarkball

September 22, 2014 I've been playing Clarkball about as long as anyone. Not as much, mind you, nor as often, but as long. I played in the inaugural event in 2008... then a several-year retirement... and again in 201. more »

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