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Sanford United Methodist Church Kids Club restarts, plans activities

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The Sanford United Methodist Church Kids Club is starting up again with a new format. One Sunday each month, any youth or adults are welcome to stay for one hour after the church service for a game or activity. Church is from 10 to 11 a.m. and the activity will be from 11 a.m. to noon. The ...

Flooding concerns close three roads in county, PennDOT reports

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Three state roads in Warren County have been closed to through traffic due to flooding and related damage to trees and utility lines, PennDOT announced today. Drivers should be alert of the following roadway conditions: -- Route 957 – Closed from the intersection with Page Hollow Road to ...

Eyes to the sky

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Photo provided to the Times Observer North Warren Pack 13 Cub Scouts gathered to watch the eclipse at the North Warren Presbyterian Church pavilion. The event provided an opportunity to view and learn about the eclipse, and have eclipse themed snacks. In the photo are, from left, Cubmaster ...

Wednesday tornado siren test successful

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Tuesday’s tornado siren test went off as expected. Public Safety Director Ken McCorrison said during Wednesday’s commissioners meeting that all sirens the county attempted to test “activated as desired.” He added that the “county activated the things that we have the ability to ...

Former county treasurer waives preliminary hearing in assault case

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A former county elected official has waived his right to a preliminary hearing on charges including indecent assault. Warren County Treasurer Dennis Munksgard, whose term ended at the end of 2023, was charged with indecent assault and harassment by City of Warren police on Feb. 8. He ...

Noise complaints dominant Conewango Township meeting

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CONEWANGO TOWNSHIP — A room full of township residents waited patiently for the April meeting of the Conewango Township Supervisors to begin so they could speak about “noise concerns and the need for an ordinance going forward.” Due to Monday’s eclipse, the monthly supervisors meeting ...