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  1. Warren swimmers beat St. Marys in openerRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Warren's Stephen Ashbaugh waves the sign letting Cade Johnson know what lap he's on in the 400m freestyle during a meet with St Mary's at the Warren County YMCA, Monday, Dec. 11, 2018. Johnson won the event.

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  2. Veasey, Shields lead Tidioute past AustinRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    The Bulldogs held the lead at halftime, but trailed the Panthers by four heading into the final frame. Patrick Shields and Jared Veasey were the only Bulldogs to score in the frame.

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  3. Dragons fall on the road to hot-shooting DutchRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    ST. MARYS, Pa. - Cahil Parish scored 21 of his game-high 29 points in the second half to lift St. Marys to a 65-56 win over Warren on Monday.

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  4. Laura HummellRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Dr. Laura Johnson Hummell, 50, of Charleroi, PA, and formerly of Youngsville, passed away Saturday, December 8, 2018 at the Penn State Medical Center in Hershey. PA, as a result of injuries sustained in a pedestrian hit and run accident that occurred on Monday, November 26th in Harrisburg.

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  5. Frances KingRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Born August 13, 1923 in Warren County, PA, she retired to Brevard FL in 1982 with her husband of 75 years Joseph C. King.

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  6. Floyd UberRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Floyd L. Uber 82 of Well Hollow Lane, Sheffield Pa. died suddenly at his home Sunday, December 9, 2018.

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  7. Youngsville Borough approves 2019 budgetRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Residents of Youngsville won't be paying more in taxes in 2019 but they can expect to pay more for refuse and water. The millage rate is the amount per $1,000 used to calculate taxes on property.

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  8. Suspended license stop leads to drug chargesRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Photo submitted to Times Observer Drugs and a variety of drug paraphernalia were found in this vehicle during a Friday stop in the City of Warren. According to City of Warren Police, Steven Ray Blankenship, 45, of Ludlow, was driving a Chevy Silverado on Pioneer Street at about 1 p.m. Friday while on a suspended license.

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  9. Math KnightsRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Photo submitted to Times Observer Josef Bauer of the Eisenhower High School Mathematics Competition team came Bauer came in fifth - only .25 points behind Farrell Photo submitted to Times Observer Aidan Farrell of the Eisenhower High School Mathematics Competition team came in second out of the 150 students in the division. Photo submitted to Times Observer The members of the Eisenhower High School first-place Clarion University Mathematics Competition team were : Advisor Anna Joncas, Shannon Kellogg, Lydia Giannini, Lillie Darling, Michelle Kingsley, and Caroline Smelko; and Josef Bauer, Aidan Farrell, Eric Honsberger, Michael Abadie, and Logan Greene.

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  10. John Lewis sworn in at brief council meetingRead the original story

    14 hrs ago | Times Observer

    Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Magisterial District Judge Raymond Zydonik swears John Lewis in to Warren City Council prior to a public budget hearing on Monday. John Lewis, who had served four previous terms on council, was appointed last week through the Court of Common Pleas to replace Elissa Davis, who vacated her seat in September.

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  11. Union City - Sbests TidiouteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    A cold shooting night was too much for the Tidioute Charter girls to overcome in a 52-38 loss to Union City in the Forest Area Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday. said Tidioute coach Christy Valentine.

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  12. Sheffield girls beat Youngsville in consolation gameRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Down 19-15 in the fourth quarter, Youngsville's Sadie Hoffman dropped in a three with 2:45 left to play to pull the Eagles within one. Sheffield responded at the foul line seconds later when Annabel Sheldon sunk two game clinching free throws.

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  13. Lady Dragons edge Panama in thrilling tourney finalRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Warren teammates and sisters Taylor a Sand Riley Childress are all smiles in the closing moments of the Lady Dragons' 66-61 win over Panama a Sin their tournament championship game on Saturday. It might only be December, but there was certainly a playoff feel to Saturday's 6th annual Warren Lady Dragons Tip-Off Tournament title game.

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  14. Eagles win Forest Area Tip-Off Tournament titleRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    The season may just be getting started, but there is no question that this is a different Youngsville Eagle team. Sophomore point guard Joe Mack scored 21 points and fellow sophomore Brady Olewine bounced back from a tough shooting night in the opener, pouring in 16 to lead Youngsville to the Forest Area Tip-Off Tournament title with a 60-45 win over the host school on Saturday evening.

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  15. Dragons rally to top - SBrookville for tourney crownRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Trailing 31-17 at halftime, the Dragons outscored the Raiders 39-23 in the second half and earned a hard-fought 56-54 win. "In the first half, we didn't get back on defense and gave up a lot of straight-line drives.

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  16. Rouse Estates expand dementia care servicesRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Photo submitted to the Times Observer Back Row: Ben Kafferlin, Tim Huber, Cindy Morrison- Rouse Estate Board of Directors, Matt Saeli- Suites at Rouse Administrator, Ken Schonbachler-Rouse CEO Front Row: Jeff Eggleston- Rouse Estate Board of Directors, Jon Nelson- Rouse CFO. A local healthcare facility is expanding its services to include specialized dementia care, with plans to open by July 1, 2019.

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  17. Remember Honor TeachRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Photo submitted to the Times Observer Members of veteran organizations and the public gathered last year for a Wreaths Across America ceremony held at Wesleyan Cemetery, Route 957, Sugar Grove. The ceremony will be held again this year on Saturday, Dec. 15. Nearly 100 wreaths will be placed in honor of veterans again this year as a local cemetery joins in a national day of remembrance on Saturday.

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  18. Pa Auditor General provides funding for municipal pensionsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Auditor General Eugene DePasquale has released $299.1 million in aid, including nearly $684,000 in Warren County, to help support retirement plans for Pennsylvania police, firefighters, and municipal workers who work to keep communities safe and functioning. "If the money was not available, the retirement of a lot of police officers and firefighters would be in jeopardy."

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  19. On The RecordRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Burglary. State police at the Warren barracks report someone broke the locks on two storage shed doors located at 10215 Davey Hill Road some time between Oct. 10 and Nov. 19. The actor left the scene by unknown means in an unknown direction.

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  20. Eisenhower High School de-codes programming with Hour of CodeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Times Observer

    Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Computer Programmer Luke Seckar speaks to students in the sixth-grade computer science program at Eisenhower Middle School. Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry Eisenhower Middle School sixth-grade computer science students Peyton Johnson and Andrew Allen work on Hour of Code programming.

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