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Primary Election 2015

May 12, 2015 Three candidates are seeking to move on to the general election for two seats on the Warren County School District representing Region II. more »»

Downsizing at one VFD means upgrade at another

May 12, 2015 One fire department’s downsizing is another department’s upgrad. more »»

History Comes Alive

May 11, 2015 The fifth-grade social studies students at Warren Area Elementary Center aren’t just learning history, they are living it. more »»

Budget proposal may cost WCSD relied-on funds

May 11, 2015 The Warren County School District receives funding annually from the federal government because of federally-owned property, namely the area around the Kinzua Dam. more »»

Local group observes National Day of Prayer

May 11, 2015 The National Day of Prayer was observed in Warren at the county courthouse at noon last Thursday as it was across the country. The Rev. more »»

Mazzu’s duty: Fix it, repair it and build it

May 11, 2015 By BRIAN FERRY When Jim Mazzu of Russell was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1952, he had been married for only a few months. more »»

Sheffield project teaches students about autism

May 11, 2015 What started as a Sheffield Area High School graduation project has turned into an ongoing movement for acceptance. more »»

Raising awareness important

May 11, 2015 By KILEY FISCHER While Sheffield Area High School students have a group spreading autism awareness, the understanding of autism isn’t limited to the SAHS student body. more »»

Mail carriers collecting food

May 9, 2015 U.S. Postal Service letter carriers throughout Warren County and the country will be collecting food for families in need on Saturday, May 9. more »»

Time For Tickets

May 9, 2015 PennDOT officials are concerned about safety of workers at the Glade Run Bridge reconstruction on Pennsylvania Avenue E. more »»

Transgender student voted co-king for TCCS prom

May 9, 2015 When students at Tidioute Community Charter School gather for prom on Saturday night there will be two prom kings. more »»

The process of becoming Oliver

May 9, 2015 Oliver Morgan’s decision to publicly identify as transgender didn’t come out of nowhere. “She has identified” as a male “for a while,” her mother, Monica Morgan said on Frida. more »»

Music in Park ready to start playing songs

May 9, 2015 Warm weather has finally arrived, and plans for the 17th annual Music in the Park series are complete. more »»

Wooden masterpieces being created at annual Scandia Chainsaw Carve

May 9, 2015 If a chainsaw carves in the woods does it make a sound? The existentialists might say no to sound, but the cacophony of running chainsaws at Red Oak Campground in Scandia is definitely making art. more »»

Community greenhouse open

May 8, 2015 The Allegheny Community Greenhouse will again be selling plants at the greenhouse on the Warren State Hospital grounds. The greenhouse will be open Fridays and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. more »»

Youngsville Envirothon team going to state competition

May 8, 2015 The Youngsville Kingfishers are moving on to the state competition after winning the Warren County Envirothon at Chapman State Par. more »»

Cleanup volunteers still needed

May 8, 2015 There are still some openings for anyone who wants to help clean up the Allegheny Reservoir shoreline on Saturday, May 9. more »»

Wells offers phone records

May 8, 2015 A local business owner has provided his phone records from July to the Times Observer. The records show there was a call. more »»

Depression: It’s more than a case of the blues

May 8, 2015 Although the stories we shared this week about Mitchell Kelly and Kathleen Shea were tragic, many people live long lives with mental illness — diseases of the brain. more »»

A Fire For Good

May 7, 2015 An unscheduled fire Monday afternoon interrupted a scheduled one on the Allegheny National Fores. more »»



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