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October 15, 2016 Language items can make all the difference in the world. more »»

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October 15, 2016 The items that appear to have stalled Tuesday’s round of negotiations are by no means new. more »»

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October 15, 2016 Progress was made in last Tuesday’s negotiation session between the Warren County Education Association and the Warren County School District. more »»

Simulation on poverty worked

October 15, 2016 A review of a recent poverty simulation and future plans were on the agenda during Thursday’s Impacting Poverty Group meeting at the Warren-Forest Higher Education Council. more »»

WCEA: After progress made, next session should have been sooner rather than later

October 14, 2016 After negotiations dramatically closed the gap between the two sides Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, the representatives for the striking teachers union were prepared to set up bargaining agai... more »»

District team attending conference pushes back negotiations; wanted to meet sooner than Oct. 19

October 14, 2016 The Warren County School District leadership attending an annual state conference has effectively pushed contract negotiation sessions with the Warren County Education Association (WCEA) into next... more »»

County agencies collaborate on drug takeback event Oct. 17

October 14, 2016 Over 11 years, hundreds of pounds of unwanted, potentially abused, potentially dangerous medications have been collected during Warren County drug take-back events. more »»

County man has probation revoked at hearing

October 14, 2016 A Warren County man had his probation revoked Thursday after a hearing before Judge Gregory Hammond. more »»

Sugar Grove Borough tables loan with SG Area Sewage Authority

October 14, 2016 Should Sugar Grove Borough sign a loan refinance agreement as is, along with Sugar Grove Area Sewage Authority (SUGASA)? The borough council met earlier this month to continue a discussion regarding... more »»

Volunteers major cog at County Visitor’s Bureau

October 14, 2016 Volunteers once again helped make a great year for the Kinzua Point Information Center. more »»

Agencies hear update on prescription monitoring system

October 14, 2016 The Department of Human Services met recently for its monthly meeting with administration from Human Services Drug and Alcohol, Mental Health, Intellectual Disability and Early Intervention present,... more »»

No school yet

October 13, 2016 The strike isn’t over, but negotiations reportedly took some major strides on Tuesday. During a bargaining session that ran from 5 p.m. Tuesday to almost 3 a.m. more »»

Legal fees adding up for district

October 13, 2016 Negotiating the next contract between the Warren County School District and the Warren County Education Association hasn’t come on the cheap. more »»

Blood work: Students, employees aren’t the only ones losing out

October 13, 2016 Without school at the end of October, Community Blood Bank could miss out on a key group of donors. more »»

Field trip

October 13, 2016 Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry With the help of City of Warren Firefighter Jason Schott, S. more »»

How would we deal with a major gas leak in the county?

October 13, 2016 This is a drill. This is only a drill. On Tuesday, officials from National Fuel Gas got together with first responders and emergency management officials for a tabletop exercise. more »»

County treasurer can now have his own solicitor

October 13, 2016 Warren County Treasurer Denny Munksgard will be able to seek council from his own separate solicitor, according to a vote by the Warren County Commissioners. more »»

Cole wanted to be in military and WAVES provided avenue

October 13, 2016 Seaman First Class Rita Cole was proud to serve her country. At the time of World War II, there were restrictions on women’s participation in the U.S. armed forces. more »»

Wartime brought women into military

October 13, 2016 Prior to World War II, several thousand women had served in the U.S. armed forces. Some disguised themselves as men in order to fight. more »»

Cole: Military service teaches pride in country

October 13, 2016 Seaman First Class Rita Cole didn’t come from a military family. But her children did. During World War II, Cole served for 15 months in the U.S. more »»



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