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Thompson’s panel looks at Endangered Species Act

March 28, 2014 For better or worse, the Endangered Species Act is endangered. A congressional committee is looking into the impact the act has on the national forest system. more »»

Visitors Heading North

March 27, 2014 Four of the five snowy owls in Pennsylvania that were tagged and outfitted with cellular transmitters this winter, including two in northwest Pennsylvania, have flown hundreds of miles north,... more »»

Meth Lab Busted

March 27, 2014 Conewango Township police have arrested three people in connection with a meth lab bust on Wednesday. more »»

Program tapped for potential jail guards

March 27, 2014 Correction officers applying at the Warren County prison will complete physical fitness and agility tests through the Mercyhurst Public Safety Institute, a new testing agent for municipalities that... more »»

Bills would add to PILTs from state to county

March 27, 2014 If a bill put forth by a neighboring representative comes to fruition, six percent of Warren County could be generating additional revenue. more »»

Convicted murderer’s appeal to reconsider sentence denied

March 27, 2014 A motion for reconsideration in the sentencing of a Butler women sentenced to two to five years in state prison was denied Wednesday by Judge Gregory Hammond in Forest County. more »»

Cancer event will include dinner and program

March 27, 2014 The American Cancer Society and Warren General Hospital will hold their annual Celebration of Life dinner on Wednesday, April 2, at the Conewango Club in Warren. more »»

Trails at Jakes Rocks moving closer to reality

March 27, 2014 “We have ran 24 of the 26 miles of the marathon. more »»

Macker Returning

March 27, 2014 The ‘Mack’ is back, but burger bash is not. Gus Macker Basketball returns to Betts Park on Saturday and Sunday, May 17-18, for a weekend of three-on-three action. more »»

Bills would add to PILTs from state to county

March 27, 2014 If a bill put forth by a neighboring representative comes to fruition, six percent of Warren County could be generating additional revenue. more »»

Devastating fire

March 26, 2014 Firefighters from Pleasant, Glade and Starbrick volunteer fire departments, and the City of Warren responded to a mid-afternoon fire at the Christmas Tree House on Mohawk Avenue to discover the... more »»

Trails at Jakes Rocks project detailed at Bradford meeting

March 26, 2014 A period of public comment is under way for a planned mountain bike trail in McKean and Warren counties meant to drum up area tourism by drawing biking enthusiasts from as far away as Cleveland,... more »»

Prison Board eyes work

March 26, 2014 The Warren County Prison Board met Tuesday morning to discuss work at the jail, finances, an upcoming inspection and the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Sheriffs’ Association which will be held i... more »»

Local vets council gets piece of grant

March 26, 2014 Nine organizations statewide, including the Warren County Veterans Council, will receive funds as the Pennsylvania Veterans’ Trust Fund disperses grant money for the first time. more »»

Bugs Bugged By The Cold

March 26, 2014 Should the world end in ice, the cockroaches will have some company. more »»

Hospital Report

March 26, 2014 Warren General Hospital Born GIRL (March 20): Andrew and Danielle Saeli, Warren GIRL (March 20): Nathaniel and Jennie Schmidt, Warren BOY (March 21): Jacob and Meredith Johnson, Lakewood, N.Y. more »»


March 26, 2014 An obituary for Elsie Daglish in Tuesday’s Times Observer should have listed a sister, Mary Lou Lindell, of Russell and a sister-in-law, Mary Fink, of Tidioute. more »»

Area/Region News In Brief...

March 26, 2014 ACA calendar winners Allegheny Center for the Arts (ACA) has announced two winners of the ACA/Warren County Chamber of Business and Industry (WCCBI) contest for the 2015 calendar, “Warren County... more »»

Bridge project may be canceled

March 25, 2014 The Warren County Commissioners opened bids on two projects and moved a local match resolution forward during their work session Monday morning. more »»

Loosening Up

March 25, 2014 About 150 seventh- and eighth-grade students at Eisenhower Middle High School prepared for Tuesday’s Pennsylvania’s System of School Assessment tests on Monday – by playing games. more »»



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