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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 »»

Another strike day

October 12, 2016 The teachers strike does not cut days out of the school year. The teachers and students still have to put in a full 180-day year. more »»

District’s labor atty. shows board where raises would come from

October 12, 2016 It wasn’t in a classroom, but there was an economics lesson in the Warren County School District on Monda. more »»

Former township secretary charged with felony theft

October 12, 2016 By JOSH COTTON A former Conewango Township secretary has been charged with allegedly stealing over $65,000 in municipal funds in a host of ways. more »»

Achievement in education: Warren native awarded as Milken Educator

October 12, 2016 A Warren native was recently recognized for achievement in education. Aimee (Fissel) Schade, currently teaching at West Goshen Elementary in South Bend, Ind. more »»

Standing up

October 11, 2016 Eisenhower High School auditorium was full of support for the Warren County Education Association (WCEA) during Monday night’s Warren County School District board meeting. Shortly before 7 p.m. more »»

Local dentistry supports teachers during strike

October 11, 2016 A local dentistry is stepping up to help teachers and their families during the strike. more »»

Rep. candidate Voit speaks of need to restore integrity to office of state treasurer

October 11, 2016 Otto Voit, the Republican candidate for state treasurer in next month’s general election, was the guest speaker at a Monday morning breakfast hosted by the Warren County Republican Committee. more »»

Youngsville’s, Career Center’s Stover ‘a member of a unique community of scholars’

October 11, 2016 Outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community commitmen. more »»

Musky — yes, musky — flyfishing tournament Oct. 15

October 11, 2016 Fly fishing for musky isn’t really a thing. But the Nittany Valley Musky Alliance (NVMA — Chapter 64 of Muskies, Inc.) wants it to become a thin. more »»

Rock The Vote — Last day to register for General Election

October 11, 2016 It’s time for procrastinators to act. Today, Tuesday, Oct. 11, is the last day to register to vote in the Nov. 8 general election. more »»

County releases After Action review of EF1 tornado

October 11, 2016 The Warren County Department of Public Safety has issued an After Action review following the EF1 tornado that touched down in Elk Township on Saturday, Sept. 1. more »»


October 10, 2016 Lumberjacks and jills from as far away as the state of Washington and British Columbia, Canada, convened in Sheffield for this weekend’s annual Johnny Appleseed Festival. more »»

Graves relying on faith, friends to overcome medical issues

October 10, 2016 On December 21, 2015, Tony Graves felt lightheaded and laid his head on his nightstand, as he often did when he felt dizzy and out of sorts. more »»



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