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County senior center schedule

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Marienville MACA Building 927-6607: Monday (12-03): game day; cards; lunch at 11:45; bonus bingo after lunch; Christmas decorating Wednesday (12-05): cards; exercise at 11:30 am; lunch at 11:45 am; bingo after lunch Thursday (12-06): crafts at 9:30 am; lunch at 11:45 a; bingo after ...

Holiday Recipe Book

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WINNING RECIPE Christmas Morning Rolls Karen Konkle, Tidioute Prep: 15 min. Serves 12 (makes 24 rolls) 24 Frozen dinner yeast rolls 1 Pkg. 3.4 oz. butterscotch cooking pudding (not instant) 1/2 Cup butter 3/4 Cup brown sugar 3/4 Tsp. Cinnamon 1/2 Cup chopped nuts ...

‘Mindset training’

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Could part of the solution to the problems we face in Warren County be the way we think about those problems? A new initiative pitched to a group of influential community leaders aims to do just that. It’s the Entrepreneurial Learning Initiative’s Ice House program. “This is not ...

Jamestown teacher investigated by FBI, resigns

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JAMESTOWN, N.Y. — Jamestown Public Schools Board of Education approved the resignation of Scott Lumia, a high school teacher. The board approved the resignation and separation agreement after an executive session during a special meeting on Friday. The Federal Bureau of Investigations is ...

Caught on tape

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Warren state police have released video surveillance photos showing the suspect and vehicle allegedly involved in an armed robbery that took place Friday at the Dollar General store in Pine Grove Township. On Friday, a man wearing a mask and carrying a shotgun got away with an undisclosed ...

Commissioners shift Community Block Development Grant

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Warren County is shifting federal Community Development Block Grant funds from one project to another. The commissioners unanimously approved the shift during Wednesday’s meeting. During a public hearing prior to the meeting, Grants Administrator Lorri Dunlap said that $90,000 would be ...

PennDOT Paint the Plow voting open

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By BRIAN FERRY bferry@timesobserver.com As local PennDOT plow trucks clear snow this season, local art is leading the way. There were seven entries from schools in Warren and Forest counties in PennDOT’s Paint the Plow contest this year — East Forest, Eisenhower, Sheffield, Tidioute ...

Briefs…

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Free hearing screenings There will be free hearing screenings at the Allegheny Community Center from 10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, in room 244. The screenings are provided by Petruso Hearing and Audiology. ‘Scam Smart’ A program by Senior Crime Prevention University will be held at ...

Fifth Ave. property declared blighted

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An E. Fifth Ave. property in the City of Warren has been declared blighted. The City of Warren Blighted Property Review Committee made a first designation of blight against 204 E. Fifth Ave. during a Thursday morning meeting. Code Official Jessica Roudybush said that the property is ...

Three guilty pleas and two not guilty at plea proceedings Thursday

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Three guilty pleas were entered while two defendants pleaded not guilty during formal arraignment and change of plea proceedings before Judge Gregory Hammond at the Warren County Courthouse. The following defendants pleaded guilty: ¯ Gregory W. Blair, Warren, to DUI: High rate of ...

On The Record

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Tidioute Theft. State police at the Warren barracks are seeking information about a reported theft of a firearm from a dark colored pickup truck on Nov. 24. The firearm is believed to have been stolen while the vehicle’s owner was at one of three convenience stores located in Tidioute and ...

Precious Pet voting begins December 4

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The in-person voting for the Precious Pet contest has begun. Online voting will open on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at www.timesobserver.com. In some of the most contentious judging in the history of the Times Observer calendar contest, Times Observer judges went through hundreds of submitted ...

Can you hear me yet?

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A proposal to improve spotty cellular communications coverage in areas of the City of Warren has cleared a hurdle. Mark Kulik of Tilson, a network deployment and construction technology company with headquarters in Portland, Maine, spoke before the city Zoning Hearing Board on ...

Pedaling unawares

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City of Warren Police have arrested and charged three men allegedly involved in a burglary ring. And more arrests are possible as the investigation is ongoing. City of Warren Police Detective Anthony Chimenti said that these arrests are related to break-ins reported in North Warren ...

Have you seen your bike lately?

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Over 300 stolen items were recovered as a result of local law enforcement breaking up a burglary ring in the City of Warren. And over 100 of those items were bicycles. Police are trying to return the items to their rightful owners. City of Warren Police Detective Anthony Chimenti said ...

Allegheny National Forest winter photo contest accepting entries

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It’s easy to find good photographic subject matter when the target is the Allegheny National Forest in winter. The Allegheny National Forest Visitor Center of McKean County is holding a photo contest. “From holiday events, skiing, snowmobiling, to hiking in the crisp, snow-covered ...

Route 27 collision sends 4 to hospital

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Two drivers and two passengers in one vehicle were all taken to area hospitals for treatment after two trucks collided on Route 27 just before noon Wednesday in Pittsfield Township. State police at the Warren barracks report Daniel Paniagua, 26, of Mesquite, Texas was traveling east on ...

State Police follow footprints in snow to catch break-in suspect

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A Brokenstraw Township man has been arrested for breaking into multiple residences near his own. Pennsylvania State Police followed footprints in the snow in capturing a suspect. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Jeffery A. Graham, 27, of 2 Corral Drive, has been charged with four ...

TO DO

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The following is a list of upcoming local entertainment events. The Times Observer welcomes additions to the list that are of community interest. To add an event, email managing editor Jon Sitler at jsitler@timesobserver.com. Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays: Have You Visited the Book Cellar? ...