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Updated phone numbers The TImes Observer has changed its phone system. To reach staff writer Josh Cotton, call (814) 723-8200 and enter extension 61623. Hi-Ed to offer Alzheimer’s 101 class The Warren Forest Higher Education Council is hosting a free educational opportunity for the ...

Warren Gives breaks records Wednesday

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The final total from Warren Gives is to be released Friday. But it’s clear that a host of records were set this year. The annual, online day of giving to county non-profits was held Wednesday. At the top of the record list is the total — with time remaining Wednesday funds raised ...

The May 15 Rundown

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Here is a rundown of stories that can be found in Thursday's edition of The Times Observer. Please click the link above ("The Rundown") in an email or the triangle (below the picture) on the website.

Learning in gear: WoodMobile visited by county third-graders

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Thanks to Warren Forest Hi-Ed and its partnership with the school district, approximately 320 third-grade students from around the district attended Tuesday's WoodMobile field trip at the Warren County Fairgrounds. WAEC and West Forest students attended the morning session, while Eisenhower, ...

Fairmont funding secured while investigation continues

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Youngsville Borough Council is optimistic that the demolition of the old Fairmont Hotel is close. Borough Manager Wendy Wilcox told council on Monday that the funding is secured and there “should be some movement on that soon.” Borough Councilman Rick Brewster said that the Community ...

Hi-Ed survey to assess individual and business needs

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Needs in a community change over time. To that end, the Warren Forest Higher Education Council has launched two surveys — one for individuals and one for businesses — to better understand that evolution. "We believe that every voice matters in the journey towards educational excellence ...