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David Steinhauser: ‘We fixed the planes’

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David Steinhauser, 85, of Pittsfield, doesn’t consider his service in the Air Force especially noteworthy, but the work he did played a crucial role during a volatile period. Steinhauser enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 1952. He attended basic training and technical school and learned how ...

Career day

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At Eighth Grade Career Day, students could get a taste of what it’s like to be in a number of fields — from culinary arts, to medicine, forestry, media, and industry. Students from all over Warren County School District and Tidioute Community Charter School were taken to Holy Redeemer ...

Police seeking information in North Warren burglaries

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A rash of burglaries and from sheds and garages has been reported in North Warren. Conewango Township Police Chief Jason Peters told the Times Observer on Thursday that the burglaries were reported between November 1 and November 5. “Neighborhood sheds and garages were entered and ...

Officials to fine-tune EMS radio upgrade in Harrisburg

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County officials are heading to Harrisburg next week to meet with Pennsylvania State Police and Motorola regarding the ongoing emergency radio system upgrade. City officials are grappling with whether they need additional equipment. And how much should be budgeted to cover the ...

Five plead guilty at preliminary hearings

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The following five defendants entered guilty pleas during preliminary hearings held on Wednesday at the Warren County Courthouse. ¯ Aaron J. Best, Grove City, to possession of drug paraphernalia. ¯ Samuel V. Oyler, Kane, to possession of drug paraphernalia. A count of public ...

On The Record

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Warren County Warrant arrest. Warren County Sheriff’s Deputies reported arresting Raymond Osolin, Painsville, Oh, on Thursday at approximately 12:30 p.m. on a bench warrant for failure to report. Osolin was placed in the Warren County Jail pending further court action.

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Warren DUI. City of Warren police report Justin Ludwig, 36, of Warren was charged with driving under the influence of a schedule two or three controlled substance, driving under the influence of a controlled substance, careless driving and driving on a sidewalk following a single vehicle ...

ANF feelin’ the burn

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There could be a lot more fire on the Allegheny National Forest in the future, but not the kind people worry about. Fire is a part of the life cycle of a forest. Fire was used as a management technique locally long before the U.S. Forest Service had anything to do with it. The ...

Warren-Beaty Middle School creating Medical Detectives

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Warren County School District officials left Warren Beaty Middle School Wednesday assured that when it comes to solving medical mysteries and creating apps and adaptive equipment, the future is in some creative minds and capable hands. School board members, administrators and teachers ...

Lingering ash

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The ash trees are going to die. Almost all of them. Soon. But, officials at the Allegheny National Forest and the U.S. Forest Service’s Northern Research Station have hope that the landscape will include a meaningful amount of ash again in the future. “We anticipate that ...

Dems gain in quest for House control but GOP retains Senate

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats were gaining significant ground in the battle for House control Tuesday night, while Republicans held their Senate majority as voters rendered a mixed verdict in the first nationwide election of Donald Trump’s turbulent presidency. The results allowed both ...

Steady traffic at the polls

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Election Day found some poll workers inventing new words to describe how their Tuesday had gone. “Bizz — brief pause — eee,” several workers at the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department said in unison. Mid afternoon actually brought a lull to a steady flow of voters that were ...

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Warren Disorderly conduct. City of Warren police report Brook Zampogna, 41, of Kane was cited for disorderly conduct and public drunkenness on Sept. 27 following a report of a suspicious person. Possession. According to City of Warren police, Isaac Moore, 36, of Warren was charged with ...

Casey defeats Republican Barletta in US Senate race

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Pennsylvania’s senior senator – Democrat Bob Casey – has been re-elected to a third term. He defeated Republican Lou Barletta as a result of Tuesday’s General Election. While Barletta lost state-wide, it’s not surprising that he won 61-37 percent over Casey in Warren County – ...

Historic voter turnout in Warren County

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By JOSH COTTON jcotton@timesobserver.com Preliminary returns indicate historic midterm turnout in Warren County. The Times Observer is estimating turnout in Tuesday’s General Election at approximately 46 percent throughout the county. That number was derived by taking an average of ...

Brief…

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Zydonik recertified Magisterial District Judge Raymond Zydonik was again certified for service as a member of the Pennsylvania’s Unified Judicial System after successful completion of continuing legal education course work. The recertification is the culmination of a week-long training held ...

Alleged theft and multiple drug charges for Grand Valley man

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BY LORRI DRUMM ldrumm@timesobserver.com A Grand Valley man facing multiple drug-related charges after troopers found evidence in his home has been accused of taking more than $11,000 worth of equipment from the Eldred Township building after he left evidence at the scene. Archie L ...

Competition

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Hola. Me llamo Seth... Myah... Emma. Three Warren Area High School students were recognized at Monday’s school board meeting for their performance at the recent World Languages Competition at Slippery Rock University. Warren was represented by 20 students at the event. There were about ...