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‘A Really Big Day’

Targeted Pet Treats was all set to celebrate its 20th anniversary last year. With COVID-19 restrictions, the timing wasn’t right so the company pushed the celebration back a year. As it turns out, that coincides perfectly with a major event in the company’s history. On Thursday and ...

New Dairy Princess promotes ‘dedicated’ farmers

The newly minted Warren County Dairy Princess has hit the ground running. June marks National Dairy Month and Veronica Ludwick wants to thank the county’s dairy farmers “for producing a high-quality milk that is used to produce our favorite beverage, milk, a snack of cheese, yogurt and ...

Concealed carry permits may become optional

Legislation is working through the state House of Representatives that would make concealed carry permits optional. It’s HB 659 and it’s through the committee stage where it was approved on partisan lines with one Republican joining all the Democrats on the committee opposing the ...

Court tosses appeal in ATV death case

A Spring Creek man in prison on involuntary manslaughter charges has had a Superior Court appeal dismissed. Timothy J. Doerfer, 26, was sentenced by Judge Gregory Hammond last year on charges for his role in the September 2018 ATV crash that claimed the life of a 19-year-old Titusville ...

Blight meeting spurs discussion on Sheffield properties

A discussion about two blighted properties in Sheffield Township spurred a much broader discussion about the future of that community. The subject properties before the county’s Blighted Property Review Committee were 61 2nd Mill St. and 146 Saybrook Road. The 2nd Mill Street property ...

Safety In Mind

To protect and serve, Conewango Township Police teamed up with City of Warren Police, Warren Cycle Shop, and North Warren Volunteer Fire Department to make sure some youngsters had a good start on bicycle safety. On Saturday, Conewango Township Police Officer Charlie Andersen, with the ...