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Sim City of Warren

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Warren County Career Center (WCCC) students now have a real-world lab to practice medical skills in. The Warren County Career Center’s Health and Medical Assisting (HMA) program, led by instructors Diane Swartz and Kylie Harris, in collaboration with WCCC pre-engineering instructor Dan ...

‘What’s New…’

Community

Get a jump on holiday gifting, support the talents of local artisans, and treat yourself to a delectable “Beef on Weck” luncheon — all at the annual Warren Woman’s Club fundraiser, “What’s New for the Holidays,” Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Your $3 entry fee ...

One of the angels who mended the warriors

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The Times Observer originally published these three stories about Fannie Donovan and her service in World War II on May 19, 2014. The stories were published again in our 2014 Veterans Day special section featuring WWII veterans. We are publishing them again on D-2, D-5, and D-6 to honor her ...

Myth meets reality

Community

After John Chapman planted his first nursery in what we now call Warren County, he moved south near Franklin in Venango County for several years to the French Creek area. From Venango County, it is believed that he migrated to the west into Ohio and Indiana where spent the remainder of his ...

A special place

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Do you have a painting by Manuela Vale? The Portuguese-born artist was a resident of Warren County while raising five children. She was also a passionate supporter of the arts in Warren County —and both contributed to the artistic landscape here as well as advocating for arts education and ...

Honor Flight: A grateful nation thanks her with trip to Washington

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The Times Observer originally published these three stories about Fannie Donovan and her service in World War II on May 19, 2014. The stories were published again in our 2014 Veterans Day special section featuring WWII veterans. We are publishing them again on D-2, D-5, and D-6 to honor her ...

How ‘Precious’ is your pet?

Community

Among popular pet names, Precious is always near the top of the list. That’s just how we feel about our non-human companions. The Times Observer is looking forward to receiving plenty of pictures of precious pets for publication in its 2019 calendar — and putting up a $100 gift card for ...

…Once a volunteer, always a volunteer

Community

Once a nurse, always a nurse. Fannie Donovan completed her preliminary nursing training in 1939. That would be the start of a seven-decade period where she would spend untold hours working and volunteering in the health field. While nurse training today is the responsibility of colleges ...

Hospice service is for Grief Awareness Month

Community

Hospice of Warren County (HOWC) again invites the public to its Annual Memorial Service. The service is part of Grief Awareness Month, with runs the month of November. This year’s service is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 4, at the First Presbyterian Church, 300 Market Street, in ...

In training

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There will be a new K9 officer in Warren County in about a month. Conewango Township Police Officer Scott Neiswonger is training with his new partner, Nic, a one-and-a-half-year-old German shepherd at Shallow Creek Kennel in Sharpsville. “Training is going very well,” Neiswonger said ...

Gentz pleads not guilty to charges in court Thursday

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A Tidioute woman who allegedly stole prescribed pain medication from more than 15 patients at a Warren nursing home has entered a procedural not guilty plea. The plea was entered before Judge Gregory Hammond on Thursday. Kellie A. Gentz, 31, 256 Thomas Lane, Tidioute, was charged by the ...

DUI Task Force increasing patrols the rest of October

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Drivers will be under increased scrutiny in the coming weeks. “Warren County DUI Task Force will be participating in the state wide Impaired Driving Crackdown this month with extra DUI patrols on our highways, roadways and local streets,” Task Force Coordinator Todd Mineweaser said. ...

Ten change plea to not guilty before Hammond

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The following defendants pleaded not guilty before Judge Gregory Hammond during arraignment and change of plea proceedings on Thursday at the Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Aaron J. Brew, Warren. Brew has been charged with theft by unlawful taking and receiving stolen property. ¯ Angela K. ...

Sugar Grove man re-sentenced after intoxicated in court

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A Sugar Grove man who showed up drunk to court last week to be sentenced for DUI charges has been re-sentenced. Jason D. Slater, 36, was initially before Judge Gregory Hammond last week for sentencing for two separate dockets, both DUI related. After sentencing last week, Slater was ...

On The Record

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Warren Warrant arrest. Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies reported arresting Heather J. Tremblay, 29, 106 Russell St., on two bench warrants through Domestic Relations for failure to appear and one bench warrant for failure to pay through District Justice Laura Bauer’s office on Thursday at ...

Sokolski awarded Community Service Award

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This year’s Community Service Award goes to Lincoln Sokolski. The Community Service Award (CSA) is part of the Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry’s (WCCBI) slate of awards for local individuals and businesses who add to the community in positive ways. The CSA is a way to ...

Fatal crash claims 28 year old Warren man

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A Warren County man has died as the result of a one-vehicle crash Wednesday in McKean County. According to Pennsylvania State Police, Aaron M. Arnold, 28, of Warren, was killed when the truck he was driving “at a high rate of speed” eastbound on Route 59 left the road on a left hand curve ...

RDA acts on blighted properties

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The City of Warren Redevelopment Authority took action against several blighted properties in the city during Wednesday’s meeting. Terry Williams, the city’s director of codes, permitting and recreation services, told the RDA that the city is in the process of “exploring options” ...

Area priest pleads guilty to two felony charges

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A Catholic priest who had served in Bradford, Erie, Clearfield, Morrisdale, Clarion, Fryburg, Cambridge Springs, and Meadville, has entered a guilty plea to two felonies. On Wednesday, David L. Poulson, 65, of Oil City, entered a guilty plea in Jefferson County Court, to corruption of ...