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Off-season vacationing

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Warren is, and I am guessing here but it is reasonably accurate, the oldest town in the third oldest state. That old is the average age of citizens. Warren is a very old town. A typical older town works against itself in a couple of different ways. Relatively few citizens are in the ...

Dragons drop extra innings pitchers’ duel vs. St. Marys

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Those in attendance to watch Friday’s game between Warren and St. Marys were treated with a pair of brilliant pitching performances. Utimately, however, it was one swing of the bat from the Dutch’s Shane Price that made the difference. With one on and out in the top of the eighth, Price ...

ANF offers public opportunities to comment on forest projects

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The health of the Allegheny National Forest is central to the forest’s motto — “land of many uses.” It is to be “a healthy, vigorous forest that provides wood products, protects watersheds, a variety of wildlife habitats and recreational opportunities — not only for today, but ...

2019-20 Migratory bird seasons set

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Pennsylvania’s 2019-20 migratory game bird seasons have been set. Annual migratory game bird seasons are selected by states from frameworks established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). Game Commission selections were made after reviewing last year’s season results, ...

Big inning dooms Youngsville in setback to Saegertown

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A 13-run fourth inning turned a 1-run game into a blowout and Saegertown cruised to an 18-3, five inning win at Youngsville Friday. The Panthers (8-6) lead 4-3 after three innings, but collected 11 hits and took advantage of several Eagles (3-12) miscues to break the game wide open in the ...

Lady Knights keep rolling with win over Iroquois

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ERIE, Pa. – Eisenhower broke out the bats early en route to its fourth win in five games, 12-3, in six innings, at Iroquois Thursday. The Lady Knights (5-10 overall, 3-4 Region 2) used a 6-run second inning to help avenge a 5-2 loss to the Lady Braves (5-12, 3-4) earlier this season. Alexis ...

‘Tis the season for lawn height enforcement

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As the temperatures improve, so does grass height. Which means it won’t be too long before tall grass complaints start rolling in. The City of Warren wants to remind residents of the grass requirements in the city. Code Official Ken Hinton said that the regulations remain the same - the ...

Youngsville softball falls to Cambridge Springs

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CAMBRIDGE SPRINGS, Pa. – The Youngsville Lady Eagles battled the elements against Cambridge Springs on Thursday. And despite a 15-0 setback, coach Scott Ishman continues to see improvement. Kamryn Weissinger had two hits, including a double, while Erin Dunn and Cassie Dalrymple also had ...

Warren and Forest area schools participate in ANF health tour

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The Allegheny National Forest has some health problems and a group of interested stakeholders went out to see some of those this week. Among the 80 people that participated in the event were Warren County and Forest Area school district students, teachers, administrators, and board members, ...

Senior walk off

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While nearly every team celebrates a Senior Night late in the home schedule, it’s often an underclassmen who makes the biggest impact on the game. Eisenhower baseball honored a pair of seniors Wednesday night, and one of them turned that night into a special senior moment. With two outs, ...

Knights top Bobcats

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WATTSBURG, Pa. – Eisenhower softball got the bats going late and defeated Seneca, 8-3, to pick up its third win in four games. The Bobcats (2-10 overall, 0-6 Region 2) grabbed a 2-0 lead in the first, but the Knights (4-10, 2-4) plated four in the fourth and two more in the fifth to put the ...

Rafalski fires no-hitter against LeBoeuf, Dragons triumph

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ERIE, Pa. – Ryan Rafalski is putting it all together at the right time for the Warren Dragons. In a season full of solid pitching performances to date, the junior took it to another level against Fort LeBoeuf on Tuesday, hurling a no-hitter and striking out 11 in the process at Ainsworth ...

Warren softball clinches share of Region 7 title

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Warren clinched at least a share of the Region 7 title with an 18-1 win over visiting Villa Maria on Tuesday. Six of Warren’s starters celebrated their Senior Day prior to the contest, and continued to celebrate with a seven-run first inning. Warren would score 11 more in the second ...

Sheffield falls to Elk County Catholic

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Sheffield softball had early opportunities to catch visiting Elk County Catholic, but couldn’t get a hit with runners in scoring position in an 11-0, six inning loss Tuesday. The Crusaders scored four runs in the first inning, then gradually chipped away until they had a 10-run lead. ...

WoodMobile educates 3rd graders on Pa. resources

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The WoodMobile paid a visit to Warren County on Tuesday. Third-graders from all over Warren and Forest counties went to Warren County Fairgrounds for a day of education on local resources and local jobs. The WoodMobile is a project of the Pennsylvania Hardwoods Development Council of the ...

Young Eagles shine against Seneca

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WATTSBURG, Pa. – It was time to shine for some of the youngest members of the Youngsville Eagles track and field teams on Tuesday. And while both squads fell short in the team results, there were a number of breakout performances. Sophomore Phoenix Lindell won the 400 and 200 for the ...

Four more Knights qualify for districts

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TITUSVILLE, Pa. – Titsuville’s track and field teams secured the Region 4 title with a sweep of visiting Eisenhower Tuesday. The Lady Rockets defeated the Lady Knights, 102-47, while the boys won 95-55. The sweep capped an undefeated season for both teams. Eisenhower had four more ...

Warren track teams earn sweep over visiting Franklin

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On a perfect day for a meet, the Warren boys and girls rolled to victories over visiting Franklin – 103-38 for the girls and 76-65 for the boys. The girls took first in 15 events en route to the win, including all three relays. Lydia Latimer won the 200, 400 and high jump, clearing 5-3 ...