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  1. Sandra FrederickRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    A memorial service for Sandra Frederick, who died on Friday, February 20, was held at the Covenant United Methodist Church on Tuesday, February 24. Rev. Erica Wellner, pastor, officiated.

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  2. Joseph CaselRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    Joe was a veteran of the US Army, serving during WWII. For many years, he along with his family, owned and operated Big Joe's Fruit Market in Warren, PA.

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  3. Carolyn RandasRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    Carolyn "Carrie" Hummel Randas, 70, of Warren, PA. died at her residence, Sunday, February 22, 2015 after a brief illness.

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  4. Youth Connection heading to Fla.Read the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    "If you want kids to be interested, you have to tweak their interest," said Charmaine Check, who, along with her daughter Jen Koebley, directs Youth Connection. "We could have gone to another one.

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  5. Board reviews adds, cuts to school budgetRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    With the preliminary budget out of the way, the Warren County School District can now move onto the 'meat and potatoes' of the budget process - proposed additions and proposed cuts. The school board's Finance Committee heard the adds and cuts administration has proposed, and subsequently ranked them, during a Monday meeting.

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  6. Foundation's champion MacKenzie is retiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    "I'm going to keep on doing this retirement business until I get it right," said a smiling MacKenzie, who took the directorship in 2001, a few years after he retired from his medical practice. Dr. MacKenzie "has done an outstanding job of building the foundation into the prominent position it holds in the Warren area community today," said John Hanna, Community Foundation Chairman of the Board.

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  7. Tear gas ends standoffRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    According to Pennsylvania State Police, John R. Blauser, 58, barricaded himself in his bedroom at 71 Arlington Dr., Pleasant Township, after Warren County Sheriff's Office deputies attempted to serve him a protection from abuse order at about 6:50 p.m. Monday. "He did have firearms in the residence," Trooper Jeff Osborne said.

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  8. New leadership for Warren Bridge ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    The Warren Bridge Club has recently undergone a change in leadership. Doug Megill, longtime director of the club, is moving.

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  9. The Halls Of IvyRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    Emily Goodwill, a health science major and resident of Warren, was among more than 690 students from Saint Francis University, Loretto, Pa., who were named to the fall 2014 dean's list. To achieve dean's list at Saint Francis University, a student must have full-time status and attain a quality point average of at least 3.5. Darren Wenzel of Russell was named to the fall 2014 dean's list at The University of Findlay, Findlay, Ohio.

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  10. BriefsRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    From 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, the JoyFull Cafe at Youngsville Free Methodist Church, 179 Davis St., will serve taco pasta, salad bar and desserts. Monday Night Movies at the Warren Public Library will continue March 2. This free event will begin at 5:30 p.m. in the Slater Room on the third floor of the library.

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  11. Our opinion: Paying to playRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    If we were a high school football coach, we'd be repulsed by the suggestion that receiving a few training sessions from people who are actually trainers is a good substitute for the presence of athletic trainers at games and practices. This school board made a conscious decision over the past few years to retain four high schools and four athletic programs in the face of declining enrollment and stagnant or declining revenue, and it incurred millions of dollars of debt to make it so.

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  12. Inglewood considering approving plan for LA-area NFL stadiumRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    The Inglewood City Council could decide Tuesday to approve plans to build an NFL stadium in in the city bordering Los Angeles, fast-tracking a $2 billion project in a sweepstakes that has seen similar proposals raise - and dash - hopes in surrounding cities. The City Council is considering vote on whether to adopt a new redevelopment plan that includes an 80,000-seat stadium without calling a public vote, effectively kickstarting construction and sidestepping lengthy environmental review of issues such as noise, traffic and air pollution.

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  13. KG returns to Minnesota as player, wants to stay as ownerRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    Kevin Garnett never wanted to leave Minnesota when the Timberwolves traded him to Boston nearly eight years ago, never wanted to jump from a sinking Celtics ship before Paul Pierce convinced him to follow him to Brooklyn two years ago. And he sure didn't feel great about uprooting his family in the middle of a season when the prospects first arose to return to his beloved 'Sota last week.

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  14. Loss of PawSox will devastate city, officials sayRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    For 40 years, Pawtucket resident Mike Shloul has lived within walking distance of McCoy Stadium, where the PawSox have played home games since 1973. "I felt like somebody died," Shloul said of hearing the news that the Pawtucket Red Sox are leaving and might be headed to the neighboring capital city of Providence.

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  15. Risky pursuit of Moncada underscores Red Sox commitmentRead the original story

    Tuesday | Times Observer

    The Boston Red Sox are all in on Cuba, with their pursuit of acclaimed prospect Yoan Moncada the latest example. Moncada's representative, David Hastings, said Tuesday he is hopeful the contract with a $31.5 million signing bonus will be finalized by the end of the week.

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  16. 2 prep girls teams caught tanking, banned from postseasonRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Times Observer

    A pair of Tennessee girls basketball high school teams have been pulled from the postseason for trying to lose a game to avoid the top-ranked team and improve their chances of advancing to the state tournament. The programs at Riverdale, a state champion in 2013, and Smyrna were fined a total of $1,500 each Monday and also placed on probation for a year by the Tennessee Secondary School athletic Association.

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  17. Manfred says pace of game rules crucial to luring young fansRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Times Observer

    Commissioner Rob Manfred says new rules intended to speed up the pace of games are aimed at luring younger fans to baseball. Manfred, speaking publicly on the changes for the first time since they were announced last Friday, said the rules are a "measured" approach worked out with the players' association.

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  18. West Virginia coach pushing April start for college baseballRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Times Observer

    The college baseball season would run from April to August instead of the traditional February to June under an ambitious plan by West Virginia coach Randy Mazey. Mazey has been working on the idea for years, but it has drawn increased attention because of the cold wave that has caused scheduling havoc the first two weeks of the season even for teams in the South.

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  19. Top 7 teams, led by Kentucky, still entrenched in AP Top 25Read the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Times Observer

    Kentucky is No. 1 in the latest Associated Press Top 25, extending its season-long streak at the top of the rankings.

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  20. UConn cornerback Byron Jones makes great leap at NFL combineRead the original story

    Monday Feb 23 | Times Observer

    Byron Jones might have made one giant leap up the NFL draft boards Monday. Actually, make it two big leaps.

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