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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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.
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 ...
A Tidioute property was in the sites of the Warren County Blighted Property Committee’s Thursday meeting.
Online assessment records indicate that the property at 235 Main St. in Tidioute is owned by Nathan D. Rounds.
Committee Chairman Paul Pascuzzi said that Tidioute Borough completed ...
County officials are back to the drawing board on how to handle a burned out blighted property in Tidioute.
The Warren County Redevelopment Authority owns the property at 3 Economy Street, having picked it up for $100 on Jan. 23, according to county assessment records.
There had been ...
The Tidioute Borough is again seeking to fill the position of a part-time police officer and is currently accepting applications.
Applicants must be at leat 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be Act 120 certified, and have a valid Pa. driver’s ...
A Limestone Township property was deemed blighted for a second time.
The declaration came from the Warren County Planning Commission during a Tuesday evening meeting.
The property is at 58 Bush Lane – located off of Rt. 62 between Irvine and Tidioute.
County assessment data lists ...
Efforts continue to demolish a Tidioute property ravaged by fire in 2016.
The property at 3 Economy St. is in the hands of the Warren County Redevelopment Authority.
County Planner Dan Glotz told the Authority on Tuesday that Tidioute “borough council is interested in the RDA ...
Tidioute Health Fair
Warren General Hospital will partner up with Tidioute to host a Health Fair at Tidioute Firehall on Saturday, March 30, from 7 a.m. to noon.
Appointments are appreciated and can be made by calling Patty at (814) 484-7571. Or you can be a walk-in and have the ...
Warren County officials took steps on Thursday that will hopefully lead to a better neighborhood and some homeless rodents in Limestone Township.
Members of the Warren County Blighted Property Review Committee unanimously approved a motion to bring a property identified as a public ...
State police at the Warren barracks are seeking information about an incident some might consider barbaric.
Police report that as four people were leaving the Tidioute Trading Post at about 11 a.m. on Jan. 5, they attempted to take a wood-carved bear from the front of the bar.
Police did ...
Once a bulldog, always a bulldog.
A family with roots in Tidioute dating back to the 1940s has continued with an extensive series of donations to the Tidioute Community Charter School.
A statement from the school said that George Harrington, Jr., president of Harrington Industrial ...
Unless it’s Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, or Vixen, the deer in Tidioute Borough are adding up more than wanted.
A Facebook post by borough office manager Crystal Heenan brought light to an increased number of deer in town, which are leaving droppings, eating out of town planters, and ...
The Warren County Redevelopment Authority is soon to become the owner of a blighted property on Economy St. in Tidioute.
But the money doesn’t seem to be lined up to do anything about it.
The RDA – which has already been granted conservatorship over the property – last month ...
Tidioute Mayor Pam McLaughlin has confirmed that council is seeking a new borough police chief.
This comes only three months after borough council hired Chelsea Ishman for the position.
“She was a probationary employee and we parted ways,” said McLaughlin. “With the dismissal of ...
Those traveling to Lancaster on Saturday, Oct. 20, are reminded to be at St. John Center located at 25 First St. by 6:15 a.m. No later, as the bus will leave promptly at 6:30 a.m. and stop at approximately 8:30 a.m. for breakfast.
The bus will return around 9:30 p.m. ...
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TCCS students in grades 4th and 6th created Japanese Koinorobi (carp streamers). Japan celebrates Koinorobi in May, for children’s day, but students thought the carp streamer kites would be a great sculpture to display before the fishing tournament.
PA State Fishing
Schedule of Events
Thursday, September 27
Carnival and Grounds open at 6 p.m.;
Local Musical Entertainment Provided (Jacob Merritt’s Band)
Friday, September 28
Carnival and Grounds open at 6 p.m.
Local Musical Entertainment Provided (A Couple of ...