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  1. Grand jury indicts former 49er Ray McDonald on rape chargeRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    A Santa Clara County grand jury indicted former San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald on one count of rape of an intoxicated person. Current 49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks also has been charged by the Santa Clara County District Attorney's Office with misdemeanor sexual battery for an alleged assault the same day involving the same victim.

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  2. Indiana administration expects athletes to behave betterRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Indiana University President Michael McRobbie sent a tough message to the athletic department this week: It's time for Hoosiers athletes to shape up or they may be on their way out. On Wednesday, athletic director Fred Glass' annual football kickoff luncheon was upended by growing consternation over an 18-month series of legal issues involving football and men's basketball players.

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  3. Astros top last year's win total, beat Yankees 6-2Read the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    A green laser beam bounced around a fog-filled clubhouse, music blared from all corners of the darkened room. It's a postgame party that's becoming commonplace with these Houston Astros.

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  4. Bolt leaves 'em laughing and a new star comes out in 400Read the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Long after two of the all-time greats at 400 meters had left the track in second and third place, the winner was sprawled on the ground, gasping for breath and getting his pulse checked by a medic. This is how 23-year-old Wayde van Niekerk of South Africa made a name for himself at the world championships Wednesday night, while also inserting that name on the "People to Watch" list for next year's Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

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  5. Our Opinion: A big hitRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    No one's really complaining, and maybe they won't; but maybe they will after hearing close to $1,300 was paid to the City of Warren for the use of Betts Park for the Industrial Softball Tournament. The Industrial Softball Tournament, a long-standing tradition in Warren County of well over 30 years, has resulted in well over $200,000 donated back to local and area charities and organizations.

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  6. Learning supportRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    When you are in learning support, it doesn't mean you're dumb or stupid; you need a little extra help and, thank God, it's there on a personal level, my husband and I know special ed teachers Miss Siffin and Mrs. Judy Green and the late Corky Latimer and his wife, Nancy, who walked with the intermediate unit.

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  7. Our Opinion: Not on full displayRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    In the past couple of weeks, Warren County has held a number of public events; events that put our community, our leaders on full display. We have hosted the Warren County Fair, a Sheffield Fireman's Festival, Youngsville's A'Maiz'ing Corn Festival, the Kinzua Heritage Festival in Russell, the Warren County Historical Society has held public events, the Industrial Softball Tournament, Conewango Valley celebrated 100 years with a golf tournament featuring period clothing and clubs, and so on and so on and so on.

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  8. Traffic patterns changing for buses at WAHS, WAEC; same for parentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Ongoing renovations to the high school will cause the loop in front of the school to be unavailable as a bus drop-off point, according to Warren County School District Transportation Manager Mike Kiehl. "Buses will enter and exit from Fifth Street as always," Kiehl said.

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  9. 6th-graders welcomed to BeatyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    After a quiet summer, the halls of Beaty-Warren Middle School were alive with the sounds of sixth-graders exploring their new school Wednesday evening. The school held an open house for new incoming middle-school students and their parents, welcoming them to take self-guided tours.

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  10. Brokenstraw man charged with child pornRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    A probation check that revealed pornographic photos of a minor has resulted in a Brokenstraw Township man being charged with felony child pornography and misdemeanor corruption of minors. According to the criminal complaint, filed by Trooper Jeffrey Osborne, VanHouten "did possess naked photographs of 16 juvenile female on his cell phone."

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  11. Betty McClainRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Betty Jane McClain, 87, a resident of Watson Memorial Home, Warren, PA. and formerly of Clarendon, PA., died at her residence, Wednesday morning, August 26, 2015.

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  12. Commissioners enact, discuss FASD Awareness DayRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Responsibility and alcohol came to the forefront through a proclamation and a resolution on Wednesday during the Warren County Commissioners' meeting. "When I was a kid, a child might be born with a birth defect," said Commissioner John Eggleston, adding that it was something that wasn't understood.

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  13. CDBG proposals sought by commissioners for fundsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Grants Administrator Lorri Dunlap said the Community Development Block Grant funding for 2015 is $227,836 and that she is currently "soliciting proposals" for the funds. CDBG projects must benefit low- and moderate-income people and has to meet one national objective such as eliminating slums or blight or addressing community development needs.

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  14. Blue-White game marks unofficial end of preseason for Warren boys soccerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    While the season officially begins a week from Saturday against Erie Central, the boys got on the pitch for the annual Blue-White game, signifying that the end of the preseason is near. "They've been doing the preseason thing and it's long and it's hard and now it's time to play somebody else," said Warren coach Tom Harrington.

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  15. Warren has strong showing in first Region 3 matchRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    On Monday, the Warren boys golf team finished second out of four teams in the season's first Region 3 megamatch hosted by Conneaut at Oakland Beach Golf Club. Andrew Gignac finished two shots off the lead, tying for second with a round of 73. Joey Sidon followed on the Dragons' scorecard with a 79, Anthony Deppas was one shot back at 80, and Nick Giambrone rounded out the team score with an 83. "Joey Sidon and Jack Reynolds had great rounds on a course they never played before," said Warren coach Dan Passmore.

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  16. Our Town Warren' part of Emmy-nominated series for WPSURead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    WPSU Penn State has earned seven Mid-Atlantic Emmy nominations from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. The regional awards recognize local productions for excellence in television programming and individual achievement.

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  17. Who's Got the Controller?' topic of Christian womenRead the original story

    Wednesday | Times Observer

    Warren Christian Women's Connection held a "Who's Got the Controller?" lunch recently. Prayer favors were miniature owls, and tables were centered with owls.

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  18. The Latest: Protest dismissed, tumble costs Montano in 800Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Times Observer

    Olympic finalist Alysia Johnson Montano was in the leading bunch when she tripped and tumbled to the track with 200 meters to go, ending her chances of advancing in the 800 at the world championships. Montano, who always competes with a flower in her hair, got up and finished in 2 minutes, 9.57 seconds.

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  19. Us Open 2015: Nadal says his struggles are on him, not teamRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Times Observer

    "I have an amazing career with the team that I have today, the same team from the beginning," the younger Nadal said Tuesday. "So my feeling is if something's not working well it's not because of your team - it's because of myself.

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  20. Big 12 supports prohibiting transfers for violence issuesRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 26 | Times Observer

    Big 12 Conference athletic directors are unanimously backing a proposal that would prohibit schools from accepting transfers who were disciplined for violent acts at their previous schools. In a text to The Associated Press, Big 12 Commissioner Bob Bowlsby said Tuesday that conference ADs meeting in New Orleans "supported a policy draft similar to that of the ."

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