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Efforts made to protect pollinators

PennDOT and Warren County are thinking about bees, butterflies, and beetles. The department, through the Warren Maintenance Office, has started a program to support natural wildflowers and provide habitat for local pollinators. “A revised mowing procedure has been instituted in ...

Wallace highlights experience, roots in judge race

The challenge with running a state-wide judge campaign isn’t just name recognition. It requires articulating the importance of the court in addition to why you’re the right person for the post. McKean County attorney Stacy Wallace is running for a seat on the Commonwealth Court. She’s ...

Officials say slight hike in COVID-19 cases

There has been a slight uptick in the number of COVID-19 cases in Warren County over the past week, but officials can’t say it’s due to Delta. There were 20 cases in the county in all of June and there had been six this month through July 19. In the last seven days, the Pennsylvania ...

Mercyhurst student receives Southwell Scholarship

Life is a journey, not a destination. “With passion, fearlessness, and intelligence, I inspire myself and others to change what we don’t like and embrace what we can’t change,” Paula Southwell said. Following her 2013 death at the age of 18, that purpose lives on. On Friday, her ...

First ever Thomas Huber Scholarship awarded

Not any student planning to study business management or a related field is eligible for the Thomas Huber Memorial Scholarship. The scholarship fund was established in 2002 in memory of Tom Huber, who passed away at a young age. That fund has grown and the first scholarship was awarded last ...

Preliminary hearing set in Tidioute theft case

Pennsylvania State Police have arrested the suspect identified last week in connection with a theft where the alleged thief was selling the stolen goods on eBay. Chad D. McLaughlin, 34, 14 Campbell Hill Road, was charged on July 20. The burglaries are alleged to have occurred between July ...