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Tidioute

‘Mr. Tidioute’

They called him “Mr. Tidioute.” It may have just been his own sons, all four of them, who called their late father that, according to Nancy Schwab. She isn’t sure. But the nickname is certainly appropriate. Nancy said she was married to the late Robert “Bob” Ellsworth Schwab ...

TCCS schooled in the great outdoors

From learning about the history of Tidioute to the long-term impacts of garbage and getting some of that garbage out of the Allegheny River, there are many different aspects to the Tidioute Community Charter School expeditionary project — Camping and the Great Outdoors. “We are ...

TCCS students help out the community

Community efforts are ramping up at Tidioute Community Charter School. Students recently assembled a 20-foot entrance ramp to a local residence. For the past year, TCCS industrial arts students had been fabricating ramp parts for Kane Ramp Ministry, according to Office Manager Heather ...

Limestone Twp. property complicated

County officials are in a bit of a bind on what to do with a Limestone Township blighted property. The cause? A complete lack of a response from the owners. The subject property is located at 58 Bush Lane and the owner of record according to online county assessment records is Lynda ...

TCCS students go outside and learn

Students at Tidioute Community Charter School are getting out of their seats, out of their classrooms, even out of their building. At all grade levels, students are working on the first expeditionary project of the year — Camping and the Great Outdoors. “Students in grades ...

Cleanup Crew

Sometimes a clean-up isn’t just about cleaning up. On Tuesday, 13 students and two teachers from Tidioute Community Charter School joined the Allegheny River Clean-up. While they worked alongside many other volunteers on the stretch of the river from Wildwood to Tidioute boat launch, ...

A bridge too far

Things were a little bit different for the first time in the 11 years since Tidioute began its annual tradition of hosting their grand World War II re-enactment spectacle. This past Saturday, thousands of spectators were treated to the same level of drama and excitement this event has ...

Tidioute: One of a kind

Tidioute is one of five boroughs in Warren County. It lies along the Allegheny River where Deerfield and Triumph townships meet. According to Ernest C. Miller’s Place Names in Warren County, it was initially called Deerfield and remained so until oil was discovered in 1860 and ...

Battle of Nijmegen

Tidioute will soon become Holland, complete with wooden shoes, soldiers, Dutch civilians, pyrotechnics and orange — the national color of the Netherlands. On Saturday, Aug. 3 Tidioute will host the 11th Annual World War II Reenactment: “The Bridge at Nijmegen, Holland — Operation ...

Tidioute holds Firemen’s Festival in August

Serving the community is a family affair for Monica Morgan, of Tidioute. She is the fire department’s vice president. Her husband is the chief. Their daughter is an EMT. The family and their fellow volunteers at the fire department wanted to open the doors to their home away from home to ...

RDA to demolish Tidioute property

Officials from Tidioute met with members of the Warren County Redevelopment Authority to discuss the status of a fire-damaged blighted property on Tuesday. Despite some prior interest in the property expressed by borough residents, it seems that the structure located at 3 Economy Street in ...

Tidioute Life

Easter Egg Hunt The Pennsylvania State Championship Fishing Tournament hosted an Easter Egg Hunt for the Tidioute community on April 20. Winners of the Golden Egg were Riley Reddick, Addilynn Ferencz, and Quinn Selfridge. Winners of the Easter Basket Raffle were Jayden Brown and “Beaver” ...

Get your green back

Tidioute borough was going green before the popular phrase was first coined. That greenness has led to an influx of greenbacks that cycle right back into the community. The boroughs recycling program is run by volunteers from the Tidioute Lions Club. The program started in 1990 with a few ...

Passing it on

Butch Hulings loved spending time with his family. “He had five grandkids that he took camping every year,” said stepdaughter Monica Morgan. “They would go fishing, on hikes, and he taught them all about nature, like trees, animal tracks, and cooking over an open fire. He would also ...

‘Tornado alley’

The path of the EF-2 tornado that touched down Sunday night and wreaked havoc through the center of Warren County is apparently longer than originally thought. Dozens of trees are down in Althom, a few of them squarely on houses. “We found a couple more miles of tornado path,” Warren ...

Pa. Daughters of the American Revolution honors Penny Pines

A special portion of the Allegheny National Forest — the Penny Pines forest of the Daughters of the American Revolution — was re-dedicated on Saturday. The event, which included a luncheon at the Conewango Club and then a site visit to the Penny Pines forest outside Tidioute, was ...

Tidioute Life

Good Friday/Easter Services St. John Church of Tidioute will hold Good Friday Services on Friday, April 19, at 3 p.m. Holy Saturday Vigil will be at 9 p.m. Saturday. This will be the only Mass for Saturday. Easter Sunday services will be held at 11 a.m. All are welcome. Pancake ...

RDA seeks owners of Limestone property

Unresponsive owners have left the Warren County Redevelopment Authority with a challenging situation. The subject property is 58 Bush Lane in Limestone Township, just off Rt. 62 outside Tidioute. The RDA discussed the property during a Tuesday morning meeting. County Planner Dan Glotz ...