Corrections

Correction

A Saturday article titled Matter of ‘Safety,’ on page A1 of the Times Observer, was based on a video posted Friday of Warren County District Attorney Rob Greene testifying previously in Harrisburg in support of Sheriff’s deputies gaining law enforcement powers. He did not actually speak ...

Correction

In a story in Tuesday’s edition of the Times Observer regarding a Youngsville Borough Council discussion of the YMCA branch, it was reported that the utilities for the building cost the borough $500 per month for the first three months of the program. The correct figure was $500 total for the ...

Clarification

In a story about Operation Christmas Child, it was reported that over 55,000 shoeboxes have been filled at Pleasant Community Church. That is the number of shoeboxes loaded onto trailers at the church. Those boxes have been filled by volunteers at numerous churches, including Pleasant ...

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The Barton Schuler Chapter of the Pennsylvania Association of Retired State Employees will hold its annual picnic at 11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, at Betts Park. Call Pat Slattery, Chapter President, at (814) 726-0728 for more information.

Clarification

In Monday’s Times Observer, a headline stated that Jon Taylor, a defendent in an alleged weekend shooting in Forest County, was a Forest County resident. Taylor is actually a resident of Munhall, Pa.

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In a story about Logan Road in Conewango Township, it was reported that the road would reopen in a matter of days. According to township officials, the road will remain closed until it is oiled — which is scheduled for the end of August.

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In a July 12 Times Observer article entitled “Seeking Gold Star families,” an incorrect phone number was published to reach Dennis Faucher, of Bradford, who is again hosting the Willow Creek triathlon (www.willowcreektriathlon.org) this year. The triathlon, to be held on Saturday, Aug. 4, ...

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In a story about Easter break in Thursday’s edition of the Times Observer it was reported that Warren County Christian School will not have school on Tuesday. Due to days canceled for weather, there will be school on Tuesday, according to school officials.

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The Warren County Sheriff’s Office issued a release indicating that a senior check-in meeting and registration event being held at the Russell Fire Department on March 28 at 6 p.m. Deputies have indicated that the date was incorrect and that the event will be held on March 27 instead. Also, ...

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In a story that ran Thursday, Feb. 8, one of the spellers in the Warren County Spelling Bee was identified incorrectly by the school as Michael James. His last name is actually Jones.

Correction

The date of the Hospice program in Tuesday’s article said Monday, Nov. 14. It should have said Tuesday, Nov. 14.

Clarification

An “On The Record” item in Friday’s Times Observer indicated that Jeremiah Smith, 24, Warren, was arrested and charged with public drunkenness, loitering and prowling at night, and retail theft following an incident on July 11. Online court records show that his middle name is Ashly.

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In a Friday, July 14, story about Thursday’s arraignments, one of the defendants had an incomplete second sentence in his plea. The item should have read: “Dakota Matthew West, Youngsville, (pleaded guilty) to conspiracy (theft by unlawful taking) and false reports – reported offense did ...

Clarification

The Warren County Fourth of July Organization puts on the Fourth of July Celebration in Warren, and has since 2007, when it took over the duty from the Jaycees.

Clarification

Another Freemason has received the Daniel Carter Beard Award for masonic scouting, and was not in the list of those published in a Times Observer story that ran Monday, April 10. Brother Ryan D. Knopf, Worshipful Master of the North Star Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons, of Warren, was ...

Corrections

The phone number for the Warren County Grants Administrator’s office was incorrect in a Friday story about Community Development Block Grant funding. The number is 728-3516. ——— In an item in Friday’s Times Observer, it was reported that Otterbein Praise Band would perform at the ...

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In a March 18 story about the Pennsylvania Game Commission Hunter Safety Course, a fee of $19.50 was cited. There is no fee for the classes. The $19.50 applies only to those who wish to take the course online.

Correction

The Penn State Extension Master Gardeners plant sale is June 3 at Tractor Supply, not April 3.

Hospital Report

In a birth announcement published in the Monday, Feb. 20, edition of the Times Observer, the name of the father was incorrectly printed. The announcement should have read: Warren General Hospital Born A boy, on Thursday, Feb. 9, to Justin and Anneleise Smith, of Youngsville.

Clarification

In a story about reappointment of pastors in the Diocese of Erie, it was reported that diocese officials said the Rev. John Neff resigned from active ministry. Neff said he retired.