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Not just a game

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This past Saturday at Sheffield High School, the elementary basketball teams for fourth, fifth, and sixth grade hosted Ridgway. This, in itself, would be just another sports story, but these two schools came together to prove life is bigger than sports. In the week leading up to Saturday’s ...

Career Center renovations included in district’s plans

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The future of buildings and grounds in the Warren County School District was up for discussion during Monday night’s Physical Plants and Facilities meeting. Included in that discussion was a proposed schedule for Warren County Career Center renovations and additions. Director of Buildings ...

Commissioners discuss jail software

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Jail software was on the table at Monday’s Warren County Commissioners’ work session. Commissioner Ben Kafferlin proposed adding an upgrade of jail software to Wednesday’s agenda. The agreement, which would need to be drawn up formally if approved on Wednesday, is based on a ...

Marc Mero returning for four presentations this week

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Marc Mero is coming back to Warren County. Mero, a former boxer, football player, and professional wrestler turned motivational speaker visited Warren this past December to talk to students at Beaty Warren Middle School and Eisenhower Middle/High School about setting goals, as well as making ...

Missing teen found; charges filed against Erie woman

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UNION CITY — A Union City teenager who had been reported missing is headed home after she was located on Monday, and charges were filed against an Erie woman for kidnapping. According to a public information release from Corry-based state police, Joanna Kelley, 32, of Erie, was arrested for ...

WCCS students construct rare instrument

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“It’s like a Russian guitar.” That’s how Warren County Christian School’s John Lewis described the balalaika. The instrument is what 10th-grade technology students at WCCS are building for this year’s project. Projects in previous years have included, dulcimers, ukuleles, ...

Briefs…

Local News Briefs

Polka Sunday The Slovenian Polka Boosters will meet from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, March 4, at St. Marys Moose, with Bobby Kavos, of Cleveland, Ohio, performing. There will be music for all types of dancing and the public is invited. For information, call John and Pat Moore at 837-9218. Bridge ...

‘The More the Merrier’ at Philomel

Community

The Philomel Club of Warren gathered on the wintry February 7 afternoon at the Woman’s Club to enjoy a merry program. After President Ann Ferguson welcomed members and guests, Chairman Joseph Dolan gave some background information about the first three pieces, written in three different ...

Christian Women meet for Valentine Luncheon

Community

The February 13 Valentine Luncheon of the Warren Christian Women Country Partners opened with Lynn Espin of the Allegheny Community Center welcoming guests and speaking of the Mardi Gras traditions. Yvonne Lee opened the meeting in prayer. Birdie Crandall, Chair, acknowledged the ACC servers ...

Union City girl missing

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Corry-based Pennsylvania State Police are asking for the public's help in finding a missing Union City juvenile. The subject of the investigation is 14-year-old Annalise Grace McGuire. "This incident occurred when McGuire left her residence after leaving a note stating that she was ...

Awareness through art

Community

A Safe Place invites the community to “air its dirty laundry.” The Clothesline Project, said Leisl Laurich of A Safe Place, is a way to bring April, which is sexual assault awareness month, to the eyes of the public and get a conversation started on the topic within the community. ...

WCSD students, teachers celebrate Spanish culture

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“We truly believe that it is a skill that’s worthwhile, and one that, if pursued, can created incredible opportunities.” That’s what Warren Area High School Spanish teacher Gladys Archer said of learning Spanish. “If a student wants to become fully bilingual, we want to make sure ...

Warren grad taking on subject of immigration

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Immigration, says Bradford-native Stephen Manning, is about “who belongs and who doesn’t.” At its core, said Manning, stripped of the political rhetoric and the subjective definitions, that’s precisely what it all boils down to. “The concept of belonging,” said Manning, should be ...

Youngsville to end ordinance against phone use while driving

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The Borough of Youngsville will soon end its prohibition against phone use while driving, but officials hope drivers will voluntarily leave their phones down. Borough Council is expected to act on an ordinance at its regular meeting on Monday, March 12, that will rescind the ordinance against ...

Listening tour

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Congressman Glenn Thompson made a stop Friday morning in Warren County along his six-day, 16-county Listening and Leading Tour. “This is the Great American Comeback Tour,” Thompson said to a group of more than 30 at Perkins Restaurant in Warren. He said the beginning of the comeback ...

Warren County senior center schedule

Community

Marienville MACA Building 927-6607: Monday: 02/26: cards, games, lunch at 11:45 a.m. Wednesday: 02/28: cards, games, lunch at 11:45 a.m. Thursday: 03/01: cards, games, lunch at 11:45 a.m. Endeavor Township Building 463-7774: Tuesday: 02/27: cards, games, lunch at 11:45 ...

English Countryside

Community

Bryan Eckenrode, musical director and conductor of the Warren Philharmonic, will lead the orchestra in a concert entitled “English Countryside” at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 11. Tickets are $10 for the concert and $5 for students 18 and under and for seniors 65 and older. Children 12 and under ...

Warren Cut Off

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The rest of the story surrounding historic flooding in Warren in 1956: The Cornplanter Forest District of the Pennsylvania Department of Forests & Waters 1956 annual report was the subject of an article in the Times-Mirror. “As the heavy layer of snow melted, supplemented by warm ...

On The Record

Cops & Court Report

Sugar Grove Twp. Liquor law violation. Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement District Office No. 8, Erie reported that AMVETS Post 50 Sugar Grove Home Association was fined $400 after a review of charges brought before an administrative law judge on Jan. 22. Police ...