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Warren man sentenced for assault and drug possession

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A Warren man was sentenced for drug possession and simple assault Friday morning. Daniel D. Maines, 38, of Warren, was sentenced to an aggregate period of 40 1/2 to 117 months in a state correctional facility with credit for 198 days time served and boot camp eligibility. He was ordered ...

On The Record

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Columbus Twp. Crash. State police at the Corry barracks report a driver was not injured following a one-vehicle crash on Nov. 1 at approximately 7:55 p.m. Quintin J. Javorsky, 23, of Corry was traveling west on Baker Hill Road in a 2007 Ford Explorer when he lost control of the vehicle. The ...

Frewsburg woman sentenced for St. Patrick’s Day disturbance

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A Frewsburg woman recently found guilty of assault was sentenced Friday. Denise R. Whisner, 48, was found guilty at her trial on Oct. 16 of count two – simple assault, a second-degree misdemeanor; count three – resisting arrest, a second-degree misdemeanor; count four – disorderly ...

Polling locations prep for historic turnout

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The polls could be busy on Tuesday. Pennsylvania’s General Election Day kicks off at 7 a.m. and closes at 8 p.m. According to Warren County Voter Registrar and Director of Elections Lisa Rivett, there is talk of historic turnout for this mid-term election. “I’m expecting a ...

Youngsville man sentenced for endangering the welfare of a child

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A Youngsville man who told police he would “knuckle up” his two-year-old daughter as a form of discipline was sentenced Friday morning. Michael Ryan Andrzejeski, 28, was charged in July with endangering the welfare of a child and simple assault by Youngsville Police after Children and ...

Local Red Cross volunteers ready at a moment’s notice

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Imagine a natural disaster that leaves you with no home, no possessions, no workplace, not even food or water. When disaster strikes, as it did recently when two hurricanes struck the southern states, residents in the area were left without basic needs for survival. Fortunately, there ...

‘More is better’

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There were some specific areas of strength, weakness, and opportunity that came out of an after-action debriefing of this summer’s active shooter drill. “People don’t practice mass casualty on a regular basis,” Dr. Alaina Hunt of Stop the Bleed said. “That’s the whole point of ...

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Osram retired ladies The Osram Sylvania Retired Ladies will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, at Applebee’s. AARP classes The Allegheny Community Center (ACC) will be hosting a four-hour AARP Driver Safety Program Refresher Class on Wednesday, Nov. 14, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. ...

Gentz pleads guilty to amended charges

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A Tidioute woman who entered a procedural not guilty plea for allegedly stealing prescribed pain medication from local nursing home patients pleaded guilty to amended charges Thursday. Kellie A. Gentz, 31, was charged by the Pennsylvania Attorney General last month with acquiring ...

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Warren County Liquor law violation. The Tidioute Pub, 117-119 Main St., Tidioute was fined $500 by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement on Oct. 16 for a violation on May 20. The business failed to require patrons to vacate that part of the premises habitually used for the ...

Altercation ends in harassment and disorderly conduct charges

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A dispute this week at the entrance to a shopping plaza on Market Street in Conewango Township ended with a 93-year-old man being sent to the hospital and a 75-year-old man facing charges from police. Conewango Township police report that, at about 12:52 p.m., Harold Kiser, 93, of Irvine was ...

Actor returns to where the acting bug first bit

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Andrew Stalder did not want to go to his audition. The Warren native was in his early teens when his mother dropped him off. “She left me there, crying,” Andrew said, laughing about it now. “I didn’t want to do it at all.” The show was School House Rock, and it was that ...

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The Boy Scouts of Troop 14 will host a chicken barbecue from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at Russell Fire Hall. The cost of a meal including a half-chicken, baked beans, and mashed potatoes, is $10. Pre-sale tickets are available through Troop 14.

Local volunteer questions Girl Scout donation allocations

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Small, close-knit communities have a history of giving generously in time of need. The Warren community has a reputation for doing just that. Each year, the United Fund of Warren County meets or exceeds its fundraising goals, raising approximately $670,000 during its most recent ...

Students to ‘Paint the Plow’ again this year

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The artistic stylings of students from all over Warren County will be on display when the snow flies. In fact, the snow will be flying off of the art. Students at Tidioute Community Charter School, Eisenhower High School, Sheffield High School, Warren Area High School, and Youngsville ...

On The Record

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Warren Harassment. City of Warren police report a 12-year-old juvenile was charged with simple assault and harassment on Oct. 28 after officers responded to a domestic dispute. Criminal trespass. City of Warren police report Dillon Howard, 18, of Warren was charged with criminal trespass ...

National Fuel announces quarterly price increases

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Customers of National Fuel will be digging a little deeper into their pockets starting today. National Fuel submitted its quarterly adjustment to the Pennsylvania Public Utility commission increasing monthly bills by 2.08 percent effective Nov. 1.. A typical residential customer with ...

Preliminary hearings

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Two guilty pleas were entered and charges were withdrawn against three others during preliminary hearings held on Wednesday at the Warren County Courthouse. The following defendants pleaded guilty: ¯ Scott A. Ecklund, Warren, to possession of drug paraphernalia. A count of possession of ...