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Celebrating On The Conewango

March 9, 2015 The Conewango Creek is still largely covered by ice, but the planning for a year-long celebration of the waterway is well underway. more »»

Two new Wildlife Conservation officers headed to county

March 9, 2015 The 30th Ross Leffler School of Conservation has graduated 25 new Wildlife Conservation Officers, two of whom will be coming to Warren County. more »»

Vacancy for Waterways Conservation officer stretches seven years locally

March 9, 2015 The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission will hold a 52-week class for new Waterways Conservation Officers, scheduled to begin this July, but will Warren County get a new WCO to fill a seven-year... more »»

Davis running for city council

March 9, 2015 Elissa Davis is seeking election to Warren City Council in the upcoming Democratic primary. Davis has lived in Warren for 28 years. more »»

Wildfire Protection plan brings benefits

March 7, 2015 By JOSH COTTON With a completed Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP) in place, new funding streams are now open to Warren County that weren’t available befor. more »»


March 7, 2015 Water couldn’t get through and neither could traffic. The block of W. more »»

...And Thawing

March 7, 2015 Unrelenting temperatures below freezing and regular snow storms are making their mark on our driveways and sidewalks, to say nothing of the roadways, and most retailers are running out of ice melte. more »»

Student’s essay nets him trumpet

March 7, 2015 Logan Carpec, a seventh grader at Beaty-Warren Middle School, says listening to music is “all I ever do.” “I listen to music and thought how would it be if I could play it,” said Carpec. more »»

Debating The ANF Timber Cut

March 6, 2015 Late last week, the Bradford Era published a letter to the editor from former Congressman John Peterson, who is currently executive director of the Allegheny Forest Alliance, chiding the U.S. more »»

Keeping it positive the goal at Y’ville schools

March 6, 2015 The classic Johnny Mercer song “Accentuate the Positive” could be a description of Youngsville schools policy for dealing with the behavior of students. more »»

Greenways and Trails Summit taking shape

March 6, 2015 By ROB ANDERSEN Putting together plans for the upcoming Pennsylvania Greenways and Trails Summit is a complex project. more »»

Outdoor Show called successful

March 6, 2015 Warren County’s first attempt at representing itself at the Great American Outdoor Show in Harrisburg wasn’t flawless, but it was a “major succes. more »»

Don’t toss that envelope from Berkheimer

March 6, 2015 If you received a letter from Berkheimer, the new earned income tax and local services tax collector for Warren County, don’t assume it’s junk mail. It isn’t. more »»

Court stays sale of Amish Farm

March 5, 2015 The proposed Sheriff’s sale of an Amish family’s property in Sugar Grove Township has been staye. more »»

...And then the ice came

March 5, 2015 If you have to drive in this weather — and most of us do — take your time, take a few more minutes when on the road. more »»

St. Joe’s plans electronics recycling repeat

March 5, 2015 St. Joseph Catholic School will host an electronic recycling day on Saturday, May 2 from 8:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. more »»

Fireball tested region’s All-Sky Fireball Network

March 5, 2015 NASA is in northwestern Pennsylvania. Last month, when a fireball in the sky was caught on camera, some media attention was shed on the NASA All-Sky Fireball Network. more »»

WCSD Schools Closed

March 4, 2015 Warren County School District schools are closed today, Wednesday, March 4th. more »»

Top tech students recognized by National Tech Honor Society

March 4, 2015 The National Technical Honor Society welcomed 17 Warren County Career Center students to its ranks on Tuesday. more »»

...and Rep. Rapp and Sen. Hutchinson miffed

March 4, 2015 By JOSH COTTON It might not come as a surprise, but Warren County’s Republican representation in Harrisburg is not pleased with Gov. Tom Wolf’s budget proposal. Both Rep. more »»



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