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Warren County Liquor law violation. The Tidioute Pub, 117-119 Main St., Tidioute was fined $500 by the Pennsylvania Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement on Oct. 16 for a violation on May 20. The business failed to require patrons to vacate that part of the premises habitually used for the ...

Altercation ends in harassment and disorderly conduct charges

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A dispute this week at the entrance to a shopping plaza on Market Street in Conewango Township ended with a 93-year-old man being sent to the hospital and a 75-year-old man facing charges from police. Conewango Township police report that, at about 12:52 p.m., Harold Kiser, 93, of Irvine was ...

Actor returns to where the acting bug first bit

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Andrew Stalder did not want to go to his audition. The Warren native was in his early teens when his mother dropped him off. “She left me there, crying,” Andrew said, laughing about it now. “I didn’t want to do it at all.” The show was School House Rock, and it was that ...

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The Boy Scouts of Troop 14 will host a chicken barbecue from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 3, at Russell Fire Hall. The cost of a meal including a half-chicken, baked beans, and mashed potatoes, is $10. Pre-sale tickets are available through Troop 14.

Local volunteer questions Girl Scout donation allocations

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Small, close-knit communities have a history of giving generously in time of need. The Warren community has a reputation for doing just that. Each year, the United Fund of Warren County meets or exceeds its fundraising goals, raising approximately $670,000 during its most recent ...

Students to ‘Paint the Plow’ again this year

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The artistic stylings of students from all over Warren County will be on display when the snow flies. In fact, the snow will be flying off of the art. Students at Tidioute Community Charter School, Eisenhower High School, Sheffield High School, Warren Area High School, and Youngsville ...

On The Record

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Warren Harassment. City of Warren police report a 12-year-old juvenile was charged with simple assault and harassment on Oct. 28 after officers responded to a domestic dispute. Criminal trespass. City of Warren police report Dillon Howard, 18, of Warren was charged with criminal trespass ...

National Fuel announces quarterly price increases

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Customers of National Fuel will be digging a little deeper into their pockets starting today. National Fuel submitted its quarterly adjustment to the Pennsylvania Public Utility commission increasing monthly bills by 2.08 percent effective Nov. 1.. A typical residential customer with ...

Preliminary hearings

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Two guilty pleas were entered and charges were withdrawn against three others during preliminary hearings held on Wednesday at the Warren County Courthouse. The following defendants pleaded guilty: ¯ Scott A. Ecklund, Warren, to possession of drug paraphernalia. A count of possession of ...

Paving underway on nine city blocks

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Paving in the City of Warren is off to a late start, but it has started IA Construction began its work on nine blocks in the city on Wednesday. The original contract called for 13 blocks this year, but some were eliminated, according to Public Works Superintendent Joe Reinke. Although ...

Brief…

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Street closure Liberty Street between Second Avenue and Third Avenue in Warren will be closed on Friday, Nov. 2, for the placement of a construction crane beside the PNC Bank building. The street is expected to be closed between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Flight of honor

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David Steinhauser said a recent trip to Washington D.C. was “the most enjoyable trip” he’s ever taken. Steinhauser, 85, of Pittsfield, is a Korean War veteran. He was one of 43 veterans to take part in a recent Buffalo Niagara Honor Flight. He’s hoping lots of Warren County ...

Safety inspections at Beaty playground call for upgrade

Community

Changes are coming to the playground at Beaty Park. City of Warren Department of Public Works Superintendent Joe Reinke said on Tuesday that several elements of the existing playground will be removed. “That’s a 35-year-old playground,” Reinke said, noting that the pieces ...

On The Record

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Warren County Warren County detectives in conjunction with Warren County School District resource officers charged Jacob Knisley, 18, of Russell with possession of drug paraphernalia on school property after a search was conducted at Eisenhower High School.

Tricks, treats and safety

Community

Trick or Treat goes down tonight. But those taking part in Halloween festivities need to take precautions to ensure the safety of everyone. Trick or treating in the City of Warren will be from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31. “Warren Police are working with community volunteers to ...

Park Avenue development moves ahead

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The City of Warren has jumped a couple procedural hurdles in bringing a street reconstruction project to Park Ave. The project is slated to be funded through the City of Warren’s Community Development Block Grant allocation. “For 2016 and 2017 funds, it will be Park Ave. down at the ...

Coming home

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Army Reservist Yvonne Jesperson was more nervous than anything. Hiding on a dark stage behind a screen that was showing her daughters — eight-year-old Isa and six-year-old Elena — photos of their mother in uniform, Jesperson was wondering whether her uniform would look okay. She ...

Allegheny mussells hold the truth about wastewater discharge

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A study released earlier this month by researchers at Penn State and Union College has found that metals from oil and gas wastewater discharged into waterways appear in the shells of freshwater mussels. And the samples came from the Allegheny River at Warren. The study was published in ...