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A Warren man faces at least 100 months in state prison after a string of crimes, including aggravated assault stemming from a domestic violence incident, stealing a vehicle and racing on highways with his young child in the car. Nathan S. Nulph was sentenced by President Judge Maureen Skerda ...

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Conewango Twp. Retail theft. On Dec. 5 at 5:11 p.m., officers of the Conewango Township Police Department were dispatched to Walmart as Christine M. Johnson, 32, Jamestown, N.Y., was stopped by Walmart Loss Prevention after attempting to leave the store without paying for $235.59 worth of ...

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Christmas concert The Warren Alliance Church will host Chiz Rider for a Christmas concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13. The community is invited to attend this free concert. Rider performs over 250 concerts annually throughout North America as well as several international tours. He has ...

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The parking lot at Starbrick Access Ramp has been closed this week. The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission closed the lot in order to remove pine trees that had encircled the lot. There have been continuing complaints about the trees. “The trees drop sap and needles onto our ...

Men in Makeup back to benefit A Safe Place

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It’s happening again. Last year, at Warren’s annual outdoor show, Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry Director of Chamber Operations and Tourism John Papalia managed to get five men together for a makeover. For a good cause, of course, and the inaugural Men in Makeup event was ...

Waiver programs making headway

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The last of this year’s mental health service providers advisory board meeting was held Tuesday. As well as ongoing trauma informed care trainings for multiple service providers as well as school district employees, one of the ongoing issues of 2017 has been the changes to waiver programs ...

Pennsylvania American Water: ‘prepare now’ for freezing weather

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With cold weather on the way, now is the time to prevent frozen pipes. Pennsylvania American Water is advising that homeowners “prepare now.” “We have experienced some mild winters in recent years, but that doesn’t mean customers should neglect to protect vulnerable areas of their ...

Three plead guilty at preliminary hearings

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Three defendants pled guilty, charges were withdrawn against three others and one was held for court during preliminary hearings held on Wednesday at the Warren County Courthouse. The following defendants pleaded guilty: ¯ Jessica Lynn Monstrom, St. Marys, Pa., to possession of a ...

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Polka Sunday The Slovenian Polka Boosters will be having their dance fropm 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, at Johnsonburg Fire Hall, with Rex Taneri, of Canfield, Ohio, performing for the Christmas Party. There will be music for all types of dancing and the public is invited. For more ...

4-H’ers compete at PA State Horse Show

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The 58th annual Pennsylvania State 4-H Horse Show held October 27-29 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center in Harrisburg was a successful show for Warren County 4-H members. More than 700 youth from over 55 counties participated in 73 performance classes throughout the weekend. ...

The debate rolls on

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"There is probably a lot of common ground if people would just leave Tracy Ridge alone and other proposed wilderness areas and inventoried roadless areas.” That was part of the message that Friends of Allegheny Wilderness Executive Director Kirk Johnson brought to an objection meeting held ...

WCSD educators attend middle level conference in Philadelphia

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Teachers from Warren County School District went to the Association for Middle Level Education conference in Philadelphia last month intending to help others learn from their successes. While they did that, they also learned from the successes of others. The event, a “comprehensive ...

Warren spared winter weather for time being

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Rumors of lake effect snow coming this way are a bit misplaced. According to forecasters at the National Weather Service in State College, Pa., areas north of Warren — as far north as Buffalo — may be seeing some heavy snowfall in the next few days, but Warren is still relatively free and ...

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Cops & Court Report

Spring Creek Twp. Harassment. According to Pennsylvania State Police, a known 33 year old female and a known 22 year old male, both of Spring Creek, were charged with harassment following a physical altercation on Route 26 on December 3. Sugar Grove Twp. Liquor Law Violation. According to ...

A look to the future

Business

No one argues that downtown Warren isn’t what it was 20, 30 or 50 years ago. But what can it be moving into the future? And what can be done now to bring that vision into reality? A new strategic plan – a joint effort between CT Consultants, and the City of Warren, Planning Commission ...

Former professional wrestler to speak at Beaty later this month

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The time is now. That’s the message of the presentation scheduled for students at Beaty Warren Middle School later this month. The program, organized by parent and PTO member Alicia Gatto, is an effort to address big ticket issues among students like bullying, suicide prevention, ...

WCSD welcomes 3 new board members

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Warren County School District welcomed three new board members and a new officer at its annual reorganization meeting on Monday. Elizabeth Huffman, Jeff Labesky, and Mary Passinger took oaths of office and then assumed the seats previously occupied by John Anderson, Tom Knapp, and Jack ...

North Warren man faces indecent assault charges

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A North Warren man faces indecent assault charges after allegedly fondling a 14-year-old-girl. Trentin Rounds, 18, of 1476 Market St., is charged with three counts of indecent assault — without consent, and one count of corruption of minors. According to Conewango Township Police, Rounds, ...

Man found guilty of DUI charges

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An Irvine man has been found guilty of DUI-related offenses in the wake of a Monday bench trial. Arthur R. Gruber, 13 Hazel St., was found guilty as charged on counts of DUI: General impairment/incapable of safe driving with accident – first offense, careless driving, limitations on backing ...

Corry woman charged after crash in Pittsfield

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A Corry woman faces aggravated assault charges after a September crash in Pittsfield Township. Trinity L. Lindstrom-Kotouch, 42, is charged with aggravated assault; aggravated assault by vehicle while DUI; DUI: general impairment — first; DUI: high rate of alcohol — first; failure to keep ...