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Game Commission holding contest for big bucks caught on trail cameras

August 1, 2016 Pennsylvania hunters compete for bragging rights each year in deer season, by attempting to harvest big bucks. more »»

WWII reenactors will bring pivotal battle to life on Tidioute Bridge

August 1, 2016 Once again Tidioute will be buzzing with lots of reenactors, visitors and residents on Saturday, Aug. 6 when the World War II Reenactment unfolds. more »»

Educator’s Workshop will focus on bringing environment into classroom

August 1, 2016 How to bring the environment into classrooms and students into the environment will be the focus of a professional development Educator’s Workshop on Project Learning Tree provided by Jen Moore,... more »»

Adding prebuilt shed to your yard? Better do this first

August 1, 2016 Putting a prebuilt shed on your property isn’t as simple as buying it and dropping it in your yard. more »»

Discover-E program at Chapman State Park offering Penn’s Adventure, ‘insect-ology’ and more

August 1, 2016 If you are a kid who’s into bugs, or you know a kid who’s into bugs, that kid may want to join Jen Moore at Chapman State Park for her Discover-E program “Insect-ology,” which will “ explore and... more »»

Resurfacing work starting this week

August 1, 2016 A project to resurface more than 21 miles on two Warren County roads will begin week. more »»

PUC to review Penelec’s rate hike request

July 30, 2016 The Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission has six months to decide whether to approve Penelec distribution rate increases that could drive up electric bills 17 percen. more »»

‘Low-Achieving School’

July 30, 2016 Sheffield Area Middle High School has been listed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education as a “low-achieving school. more »»

National Fuel rate hike starts Monday

July 30, 2016 National Fuel is increasing the cost of its gas supply by 40 percen. more »»

Teacher strike won’t mean no school for all students

July 30, 2016 As long as a school’s teachers are not part of the Warren County Education Association, that school should not feel strong impacts in the event of a teacher strike. more »»

One bridge project done, another starts

July 30, 2016 One bridge in Freehold Township is done and another one is on the brink of being replaced. more »»

Two Magical Words: Cancer Free

July 30, 2016 “I smiled my way through it,” said Abbey Schmader. more »»

Where They Stand

July 29, 2016 “Why we may have to strike. more »»

Street Landscape panel gets on changes at ‘pass-through’

July 29, 2016 With the Santa House and the kousa dogwood gone from their former home in the pass-through between Liberty Street and the Midtown Parking Lot in downtown Warren, the updates to the area can move... more »»

Where They Stand

July 29, 2016 The Warren County School District Board of Directors is willing to give the district’s teachers a rais. more »»

Strike Up The Bands!

July 29, 2016 It’s 10:15 a.m. and the humidity is already climbing. Just standing still is uncomfortable. Around the track at Sheffield Area Middle High School, the smell of sunscreen permeates the ai. more »»

Game Commission wants help counting turkeys this month

July 29, 2016 The Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Wild Turkey Sighting Survey begins Aug. more »»

Music will start at 6 p.m. Friday

July 29, 2016 Friday night, music returns to the mountain. The second installment of Music on the Mountain, a Drum Corps International show hosted by the Sheffield Music Boosters, kicks off at 6 p.m. more »»

Reach of cyber school enrollment expanding

July 29, 2016 Warren County School District’s reach is expanding. more »»

Explorers earn honors at conference

July 29, 2016 Exploring is a chance for young people to check out law enforcement careers. Students go through training, practical experiences, and competition. more »»



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