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  1. Leona HarringtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Times Observer

    Lee was born in Warren, PA to Gail and Myra Mead. She was a 1959 graduate of Warren Area High School, and lived in the Warren area for most of her early life.

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  2. James RoseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Times Observer

    Jim was born February 12, 1937 in Warren, a son to the late James T. and Elsie Rose. Jim was a veteran of the US Air Force.

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  3. Winter weather causes issues for students in Bear Lake areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Times Observer

    On Wednesday, Warren County School District officials made the call for a delay at 5 a.m. based on weather and travel conditions. "When the district delays the start of school by two hours, there is another opportunity to cancel school if conditions warrant," "At that point the transportation system consisting of 81 buses and 64 vans goes into motion to pick up all students who normally utilize district transportation."

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  4. Pennsylvania DCNR gives $725,000 for protection around Caldwell CreekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Times Observer

    The Foundation for Sustainable Forests has received $725,000 from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources Bureau of Conservation and Recreation to protect 292 acres of forested land along Warren County's Caldwell Creek. The DCNR grant will support the purchase and protection of 292 acres of forested land in the Caldwell Creek watershed in Southwest Township.

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  5. Higher learningRead the original story

    Friday | Times Observer

    Eisenhower High School senior, Mitchell Angove, holds a full-ride scholarship check from Thiel College flanked by his parents Kim and Scott, during a ceremony Thursday. A Warren County School District student has been recognized for his talents and hard work by an institution of higher learning.

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  6. Drug Task Force hauls in 20 dealers in 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Times Observer

    The Times Observer reported on Thursday that William Housler and Christopher Madigan were recently arrested and charged with, among other things, possession with intent to deliver. "The WCDTF focuses on individuals and criminal organizations that are involved in the sale, delivery and importation of hard drugs into Warren County," "We will continue to be proactive and work to protect Warren County from these threats into 2018 and the future."

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  7. Terrors too much for WolverinesRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Zach McGraw prepares to put up a jump shot during a game against Otto-Eldred at Sheffield High School, Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017. Otto-Eldred opened the game with a 12-0 run and never looked back, rolling to a 74-27 win at Sheffield Wednesday.

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  8. Dragons fall 74-51 to talented McDowell squadRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Warren knew Wednesday's game against McDowell would be a challenge, but ultimately it's one they will be better for. The Trojans hit 11 3-pointers - six of which came in the first quarter, en route to a 74-51 win over the visiting Dragons.

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  9. Column: Wentz injury deflating for everyoneRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    When Carson Wentz went down in Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams, I, like most football fans, held my breath, hoping it wasn't anything serious. Unfortunately, Philadelphia sports fans know this song and dance all too well.

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  10. Our Opinion: The right pathRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    If you take out a loan to buy a car that turns out to be a lemon, do you stop making payments to the bank? Some do, deciding their vehicles were such bad deals that letting the lender repossess them may be the best way out of a bad situation. About 95,000 people who took out student loans to attend for-profit institutions of higher learning are asking that the federal government forgive their debts because the schools defrauded them.

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  11. A troubling patternRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    These 14 warning signs include such things as: 1) powerful and continuing nationalism; 2) disdain for human rights; 3) identification of enemies as a unifying cause; 4) supremacy of the military; 5) controlled mass media; 6) obsession with national security; 7) corporate power protected; 8) obsession with crime and punishment; and 9) rampant cronyism and corruption. When any administration in power displays a pattern of relentlessly attacking and undermining those things often referred to as the - e.g., the Constitution and its Bill of Rights, an independent Judiciary branch and Justice Department, and a free press - something is seriously wrong.

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  12. Who foots the bill?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Back in 2010, Warren County, the Transit Authority of Warren County and Experience, Inc. entered into an agreement where Experience essentially paid county matching funds to PennDOT - leveraging additional money for Transit Authority of Warren County - in lieu of rent to TAWC. "set the liability off against Experience Inc.'s time renting space in the Starbrick facility from 2010-2016."

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  13. Warren man locked up on drug chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Christopher S. Madigan, 26, 109 Conewango Ave., was charged on Tuesday by Warren County Drug Task Force Agents with possession with three counts each of possession with intent to deliver, criminal use of a communications facility and possession of a controlled substance. According to the affidavit of probable cause, Madigan is charged for his alleged involvement in controlled buys from a confidential informant on February 2 and 14 as well as March 13. "the CI handed over seven orange pills marked 'AN 415' and one blue and white foil package labeled 'Suboxone 8mg/2mg.'

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  14. New charges for alleged - kingpin'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Investigators with the Warren County Drug Task Force charged William E. Housler, 40, 1202 Pennsylvania Ave. W., on Tuesday with possession of a controlled substance, criminal use of a communications facility and possession of a controlled substance. Housler was arraigned Tuesday evening and placed in the Warren County Jail on $75,000 bail after he was unable to post bail.

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  15. Charges withdrawn against five defendantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Charges against Zachary Graham, 18, of Spartansburg, including possession of a small amount of marijuana, and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, were withdrawn, and a charge of disorderly conduct was recategorized as a non-traffic offense. Charges against James C. Ecklund, 45, of Warren, including two counts of simple assault, and two counts of recklessly endangering another person, were withdrawn, and a charge of harassment was recategorized as a non-traffic offense.

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  16. Antiques Study Club meets for Christmas luncheonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 14 | Times Observer

    Members gathered in the Oak Room for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Dave Winans, guest speaker, gave a presentation on the magnificent mural that odorns that room.

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  17. Wooden cutouts still a Christmas traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 13 | Times Observer

    Anyone who lived in Warren from around the mid-1970's forward knows that one of the Christmas staples in Warren were the wooden cutouts that would appear on the lawn of a home at the corner of East Fifth Avenue and Conewango Avenue each year. The home, owned at that time by local Dr. Albert Turbessi, was always decked out with large, wooden cutouts featuring characters from cartoon favorites.

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  18. BriefsaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 13 | Times Observer

    The Warren Area High School class of 1964 will meet for lunch at noon on Thursday, Dec. 21, at the Conewango Club. All members of the class and their spouses or significant others are welcome.

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  19. Roger WoodinRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 13 | Times Observer

    On March 11, 1943, Roger was born in and subsequently raised in Lottsville, PA, the son of H. Archie and Inez Woodin. He attended Youngsville High School and graduated in 1961.

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  20. Treva CarlsonRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 13 | Times Observer

    Treva M. Carlson, 97, of Clarendon, PA, passed away on Monday, December 11, 2017, at Warren General Hospital, Warren, PA. Born on May 31, 1920 in Warren, PA, Treva was the daughter of the late Allie and Leona Petrie Snow.

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