Corrections

Correction

Farmington Township will hold a clean-up at the township building on Saturday, Oct. 10 - from 8 a.m. to noon, not Oct. 19. Car loads are $5, and trucks $10. Electronics and tires will be accepted for an additional charge. No hazardous materials will be accepted.

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In the story "Wiles: Let's take students to primary" published in Monday's Times Observer, the contact email for Free Books for Kids Town was previously submitted as freebooks@gmail.com. That email address is actually kidsbooks4free@gmail.com.

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It was reported in Wednesday's Times Observer that the Conewango Valley Country Club Hickory Shaft Centennial Celebration is free to play along with regular clubs by the public. The event is free to watch, but regular greens fees apply to playing the original nine holes.

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A story on the front page of Thursday's Times Observer about money owed the Warren County School District by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, cited the figure as $97,000. The actual number, according to WCSD Business Manager Jim Grosch, is $907,000.

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In a front-page story in Thursday's Times Observer, Joseph J. Logren, Jr.'s address was reported as 108 Oak St., Suite 207. City of Warren Police Department Detective Anthony Chimenti said documents were updated with the correct address of 1016 W. Fifth Avenue. Chimenti also said intimidation ...

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The annual EMS Golf Scramble sponsored by Emergycare will be held Friday, July 24 at Blueberry Hill Golf Club. Registration opens at 12:30 p.m. with a shotgun start at 1:30. All proceeds will benefit students attending Camp EMS from Warren and McKean counties.

Clarification

A front-page story in Tuesday's Times Observer about the Warren County School District board of directors voting at Monday night's meeting to terminate the "professional contract of Mr. Bancroft, Mathematics Instructor at Warren Area High School" did not include his first name. His full name is ...

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HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - In a story June 16 about a plan to appoint Pennsylvania appellate judges instead of electing them, The Associated Press erroneously reported how judges would be picked for an initial four-year term. The judges would be appointed, not elected.

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Dustin Martin's name was left out of the Tidioute graduate list published in Saturday's Times Observer.

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The subjects of a photo on page A3 in Thursday's Times Observer were inaccurately identified. The photo showed the 2-year-old Dexter steer, Ewok, being led by Bailey Brucker.

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Dakota Curry's name was inadvertently omitted from the caption that ran with the story "Checking Their Work" in Thursday's Times Observer.

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Tidioute's Memorial Day parade at 10 a.m. Monday will be followed by a lunch at the VFW post home, open to members and guests, not the public as was reported in the Tidioute news in Wednesday's Times Observer.

Brian Whitney

Brian Whitney, 52, Titusville, formerly of Sheffield, unexpectedly passed into the next life following a brief illness in UPMC Hamot, May 20, 2015 at 4:15am. He was born in Warren, November 3, 1962 to Dennis Whitney, Sheffield and the late Susan Bemus Whitney.A lifelong area resident, Brian ...

Mary Danielson

Mary Titulaer Danielson, 70, of Warren, PA, passed away on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 at the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Home.Born on October 20, 1944 in The Hague, Netherlands, she was the daughter of the late Frans and Cornelia De Nijs Titulaer.Mary was formerly employed with environmental ...

George Cordes

George C. Cordes, 79, Valentine Run Road, Russell, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at his residence.The Peterson-Blick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. A complete obituary will be published when available.

Gary Ward

Gary W. Ward, 52, of Youngsville, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, May 19, at work. A complete obituary will be published through the Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Services in Youngsville when available.

Correction

Kirk Decker, not Kirk Anderson, was the physical therapist pictured on the business page in Wednesday's Times Observer.

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Rod Welling, not Weller, is coordinator for Music in the Park. His name was misspelled in an article about the series in Saturday's Times Observer.

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A memorial donation for Lloyd Paul was inadvertently omitted from the list of Hospice donations published in the Times Observer earlier last Friday.

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A story in Friday's Times Observer incorrectly listed the Warren County Visitors' Bureau as vacation bureau.