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Franklin native Guth drafted by Braves

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Former Franklin High School standout Zach Guth was selected in the 26th round of the 2018 MLB draft by the Atlanta Braves on Wednesday. Guth, a left-handed pitcher who attends Harford Community College in Bel Air, MD, went 10-0 with a 2.57 ERA in 11 starts for the Fighting Owls this season. ...

Slippery Rock softball drops 11-inning heartbreaker

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MEADVILLE, Pa. – Slippery Rock, which beat Warren 3-1 in the District 10 Class 4A title game, fell 4-2 in 11 innings to Mt. Pleasant in the first round of the PIAA Class 4A softball playoffs at Allegheny College on Monday. Ayslyn Duffy got the Rockets on the board in the second inning with ...

Arrow pointing up as Dragons complete mini-camp

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Building a winning football program takes time. Warren has been their in the past, and they are looking to do so again. The Dragons, under the direction of second year head coach Mark Morelli, completed their three day mini-camp on Thursday, with positive results. “Like I told the ...

Busy summer? Try these short vacations

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Vacations are all about getting away, seeing new things, doing fun things, recharging the body’s batteries. Vacations should be considered essential to a healthy life. Walking a harmonious path through life may depend on it. Vacations can be spiritual awakenings, or re-awakenings. A really ...

Game Commission working group meeting set

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The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has scheduled a public, working group meeting for Monday, June 4, at the Game Commission’s headquarters in Harrisburg. The meeting is slated to begin at 8:30 a.m. Working group meetings allow for an exchange between the Board of Game ...

Game Commission expands CWD rules

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Pennsylvanians who harvest deer anywhere in New York, Ohio, Maryland or West Virginia no longer may bring them home without first removing the carcass parts with the highest risk of transmitting chronic wasting disease (CWD). As part of the fight to slow the spread of CWD in the Commonwealth, ...

TO DO

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Willows

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When I was little, I discovered the Flower Fairies. This seemed to be the perfect combination of fantasy and nature, and I was hooked. Still am, actually. I had a figurine of the Beech Fairy that hung from window. Still do. And a calendar of the fairies. And postcards. And a book. All of which ...

Suspended

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A sudden downpour forced Friday’s Senior Legion game between Corry Northwest Savings Bank and Post 135 at Legion Field to be postponed. Post had just taken the field for the top of the third inning when the skies opened and the rain that had been threatening all game finally arrived. Corry ...

Albaugh an all-star

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Sheffield’s Cale Albaugh has been selected to take part in the third annual Frank Varischetti All-Star game in Brockway June 29. The game pits teams consisting of graduated seniors from the Allegheny Mountain League and Keystone Shortway Athletic Conference, who were nominated and selected ...

Talasky signs with Seton Hill

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Eisenhower senior TerryLee Talasky signs her National Letter of Intent to continue her academic and athletic career at Seton Hill University. Talasky wrapped up her career with Eisenhower at the PIAA Track and Field Championships on Saturday at Shippensburg University by earning a pair of ...

Board to vote on sports co-ops at next meeting

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The Warren County School District’s Personnel, Athletics and Co-Curricular Activities committee discussed a pair of potential consolidation items during Tuesday night’s meeting. They chose to table the marching band consolidation in favor of forming a task force, while moving the sports ...

4th Chautauqua Lake Clean-up held

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The fourth annual Chautauqua Lake Cleanup was held on Saturday, May 19 from 8 am to 2:30 p.m. Despite dreary and intermittent rainy weather, a robust crew of 21 volunteers scoured the shorelines by various watercraft to collect 54 tires, 12 cubic yards of trash and 1,020 pounds of mixed metals. ...