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Sherman man sent to prison for 2017 hunting tragedy

Local News

MAYVILLE - Thomas Jadlowski, the Sherman man who accidentally shot and killed his neighbor the day before Thanksgiving in 2017, will spend the next one to three years in state prison. Jadlowski was sentenced Monday in Chautauqua County Court by Judge David Foley for the shooting death of ...

Once in a…

Local News

When the moon moves into the shadow of Earth late Sunday, Jan. 20, there are a couple of ways to get a good look. Weather permitting, the lunar eclipse will be visible to the naked eye throughout the region. “The moon will be extremely well placed in the sky,” Martz-Kohl Observatory ...

Briefs…

Community

Philomel to meet The January meeting of the Warren Philomel Club will meet at 1:30 Wednesday, January 16 in the upstairs parlor of the Warren Women’s Club. Scheduled performers for the month include Becky Darbee, Nancy Foster, Vera Finger, Dr. Thomas Gaskin, and Nan Cashman. Interested ...

Once in a…

Education

This month’s lunar eclipse will be a ‘super blood wolf moon.’ Overnight Sunday, Jan. 20, into Monday, Jan. 21, the full moon will move into the shadow of earth. Lunar eclipses can only happen during full moons. Of the two lunar eclipses that will be visible from various points on ...

Attempted bear thieves bolt like Goldilocks, damage property

Local News

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 ...

Local Bent Run brewery scores at Pa. Farm Show

Local News

A Warren County brewery caught the judges’ eyes — and taste buds — at the 2019 Pennsylvania Farm Show. Less than a year after opening, Bent Run Brewing, of Lander, owners Phil and Denise Caudill received an invitation to participate in the Farm Show’s first beer competition. They ...

‘Is my dad dead?’

Local News

The individuals who prosecuted the murder of Judge Allison Wade have passed on. The judge who presided over the trial and the members of the jury, presumably, has passed away, too. The defendant died over 20 years ago. And with the case files and firearm used in the killing now in the ...

Defendants sentenced Friday in county court

Cops & Court Report

The following sentences were handed down by President Judge Maureen Skerda during sentencing proceedings on Friday at the Warren County Courthouse. All periods of incarceration are to be served in the Warren County Jail unless otherwise specified. ¯ Michael J. Hutley, Jamestown, NY, to ...

Huffman appointed Ellwood president, CEO

Business

The Board of Directors of Ellwood Group, Inc. elected Bentraum D. Huffman as president and chief executive officer of Ellwood, effective January 1, 2019. Ben previously served as Chief Operating Officer of Ellwood since 2015. He began his employment with Ellwood in 2003 as controller of the ...

Briefs…

Community

Halls of Ivy Lindsey Berg, daughter of Maureen and Stanley Berg of North Warren, is a December 2018 graduate of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences at Robert Morris University in Moon Township. Lindsey earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. Prior to her interest in a ...

A rougher affair

Community

Baseball in the early 20th century was an altogether rougher affair than what we see today. Perhaps the archetype of that rough-nosed style of baseball comes from Magee in a 1911 game. Tom Simon’s article published by the Society For American Baseball Research. “Sherry was enjoying ...

Newspaper coverage the day of incredibly detailed

Local News

JUDGE WADE VICTIM OF ASSASSIN MAN IN COURT CHARGED WITH NON-SUPPORT GOES BERSERK AND FATALLY SHOOTS JURIST That headline surely stunned readers of the Warren Times-Mirror on January 13, 1954. The coverage is incredibly detailed for reporting published the day of the event and is part of ...

On The Record

Cops & Court Report

Deerfield Twp. False reports. Warren-based state police reported that Jarred Danielson, 27, Pittsfield, reported a vehicle was stolen from his property. Through an investigation and multiple interviews, this was determined to be a false statement. Charges were filed through District Justice ...

Russell Welch exhibit at Historical Society

Community

The Warren County Historical Society will be exhibiting some paintings of Russell Welch, Wednesday, Jan. 16, through Friday, Feb. 15. Born in 1908, Russell Welch lived in the Jamestown, N.Y., area much of his life. Studying under other artists and eventually at the Washington School of ...

County senior center schedule

Community

Marienville MACA Building 927-6607: Monday (1-14): game day; cards; lunch at 11:45; bingo after lunch Wednesday (1-16): cards; exercise at 11:30 am; lunch at 11:45 am; bingo after lunch Thursday (1-17): crafts at 9:30 am; lunch at 11:45 a; bingo after lunch Endeavor Township ...

Hooktown Holidays, Inc. board adds 3

Community

The board members of Hooktown Holidays, Inc. met at Trinity Memorial Episcopal Church on December 28. Pearson proposed three new board members — Jamie Sitler, Micah Caldwell, and Sharon Persing. Board member Tina Ziegler, who was not in attendance, is on the scholarship committee. Sitler ...

Murdered judge’s file on permanent loan to Historical Society

Local News

Only one judge has been killed while on the bench in the history of our country. And it happened in Warren County 65 years ago this week. January 13 marks the date when Judge Allison D. Wade was gunned down in the Main Courtroom at the Warren County Courthouse by Norman Moon, who was fed up ...

Guest artist visits All About Art 4-H Club

Community

At the All About Art 4-H Club’s mid-winter meeting, at Mission Covenant Church in Sugar Grove, vice-president Jonah Bennett introduced guest artist Felisha Tucker. This self-taught artist, an alumni of the Grand Valley Desperados 4-H Horse Club, talked about the significance of art as a means ...

Nightmare nurse

Local News

A Tidioute woman will spend over five years in state prison for swapping out morphine prescribed to a terminally-ill cancer patient – swapping it with Gatorade – and taking medications over 100 times while working in a Warren nursing home. Kellie Gentz, 31, 256 Thomas Lane, Tidioute, was ...