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Everybody loves a parade

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“This was the best day ever.” And you could tell by the cracking of Lacey Schuler’s voice, she meant it. Schuler’s seventh-graders at Beaty Warren Middle School had a bright idea last school year. They wanted their own parade. They would plan it and star in it. Nine students, ...

Good as Gold

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The Gold B awards were held on Thursday. An opportunity for Beaty Warren Middle School students to be recognized for participation and exemplary character, the awards have been going on for decades. Each year, students are able to claim one of the letters eight letters B-E-A-T-Y-W-M-S for in ...

Briefs

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Rummage sale Warren First Church of the Nazarene youth group rummage sale & car wash Friday and Saturday June 1 and 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 907 Pennsylvania Ave East Warren Pa 16365. All sales are donations benefit students going to Nazarene Youth Confrence. Class lunch The WHS ...

2 of 3 who smuggled drugs into jail are sent to state prison

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Two of the three women involved in a conspiracy to smuggle drugs into the Warren County Jail were sent to state prison on Thursday. According to the affidavit of probable cause, Sara Michelle Lang was an inmate at the Warren County Jail in November of 2017 when she was recorded on a jail ...

On The Record

Cops & Court Report

Warren Aggravated assault. City of Warren police reported that a 16-year-old juvenile was charged with aggravated assault, simple assault and disorderly conduct on May 21 after police responded to a report of an assault. Harassment. City of Warren police reported that Michael Tenney, 25, ...

Bookworms uncovered in library Book Cellar

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If you haven’t visited the Book Cellar at the Warren Library lately, you are in for a pleasant surprise. This hidden gem in the lower level has been given a fresh, new look with a dedicated group of volunteers led by Kate Reed, the new Book Cellar manager, at your service. Book club members ...

Buildings on block

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A mostly empty school building could soon house municipal offices, a veterans center, and housing for homeless vets. At the June meeting of the Warren County school board, there will be action on the former Allegheny Valley Elementary School property. Clarendon Borough Mayor Tom Eaton ...

Indivisible Warren PA next meets Thursday

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Indivisible Warren PA was formed to resist the Trump agenda on a state and local level. As of now, women’s reproductive rights remain constitutionally protected. But opposing the right to choose is definitely on the Trump agenda, according to Indivisible Warren. The topic of a recent ...

7 Bridges performs Saturday

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Great tributes from Yankee Bush Productions continue Saturday with Seven Bridges’ Tribute to The Eagles. People love them; they want some more of ‘em! They want to experience Seven Bridges’ tribute to hall-of-famers, The Eagles, taking place at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at Struthers ...

Three-week challenge leads to Warren health benefit

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“Would you try something for three weeks,” Janeen Beard’s doctor asked her, around two years ago. Beard said she sat down to list out all of the things that she felt were going wrong with her, physically. As a retired RN, she felt pretty confident that she’d be able to narrow down her ...

Briefs

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Osram ladies The Osram Sylvania retired ladies will meet for lunch at 1 p.m. Friday, June 1, at the Forester. Indivisible Warren Indivisible Warren PA will hold its bimonthly meeting this Thursday, May 31, at Emanuel Church of Christ (1710 Penna. Ave. East, Warren), from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. ...

Corry man, Frewsburg woman charged with stealing valuable coins

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A Corry man and a Frewsburg woman are behind bars in Warren County for allegedly stealing as much as $43,000 in gold and silver coins from a Spring Creek Township residence. Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police identified the accused as 27-year-old Jeremy R. Kimmy, Corry, and Bobbiejo N. ...

Eisenhower — well, the Earth — wins third Trex Challenge

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For the third year district schools competed in the Trex Challenge. Eisenhower students, families, and staff collected one-third of the total amount of plastic collected for this year’s challenge. “As we began our new year of collection, Eisenhower students, families, staff, and ...

Ken McCorrison promoted to 911 supervisor

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Officials discussed a possible maintenance hire at the Warren County Jail and approved a promotion at the 911 Center during this week’s county Salary Board meeting. Warden Jon Collins brought the request for additional maintenance staff at the jail. “There’s a lot of things that (the ...

School board proposes max tax hike

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A max tax increase, staff reductions that would lead to class sizes of up to 32 in third, fourth, and fifth grades, and sports consolidations were approved as part of Warren County School District’s proposed final budget. The maximum allowable property tax increase the district could impose ...

On The Record

Cops & Court Report

Warren Criminal Mischief. According to Warren-based state police, someone reported that their camp, on Route 62 in Limestone Township, had been vandalized on the exterior of the building in numerous places sometime between April 1 and May 29. Anyone with information regarding this incident is ...

Briefs…

Community

Outdoor Club On Sunday, June 3, the Allegheny Outdoor Club will ride bikes from Corry to Clymer. Participants will meet at Betts Field at 1:30 p.m. For more information, call Linda Ross at (814) 726-3920. Bridge results Tuesday afternoon at the Allegheny Community Center, Bill Massa came ...

Invited guests

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From a skink to a skunk, there were some special visitors at Eisenhower Elementary School on Tuesday. The Erie Zoo, in a collaboration with the Nutrition Group, sent some envoys to meet with students. Nutrition Group’s Michelle Marker related the special diets the animals eat at the zoo ...

Hill & Dale club meets in May

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The May 23 meeting of the Hill & Dale Garden Club was held at the Clymer Dutch Village at 11:30 a.m. with 20 in attendance. Willa Rupczyk gave the devotions and President Ruth Ann DeVore welcomed everyone including one guest and then led the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. The ...