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Open House at Elk Township Historical Society museums at Scandia Corners

August 23, 2016 An Open House at the Elk Township Historical Society museums at Scandia Corners will be held on Saturday, September 10, from 1-4 p.m. more »»

‘Good-faith gesture’

August 20, 2016 The teachers will be paid, but their first two paychecks for 2016-17 will be later than originally expected. At the school board meeting on Aug. more »»

Halls Of Ivy:

August 20, 2016 Krystal L. Gage, daughter of Lynn and Linda Gage, graduated from Temple University, Kornberg School of Dentistry, on May 13, 2016, with her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. Dr. more »»

Still nothing

August 19, 2016 The teachers in the Warren County School District still don’t have a contract. But they could be getting closer. more »»

Discover-E

August 19, 2016 Cassandra Guiffre is about to age out of Discover-E. more »»

‘Excellence’ again for Eisenhower yearbook staff

August 19, 2016 The students who spearhead the Lance, Eisenhower Middle High School’s yearbook, have been recognized agai. more »»

Teachers gather as negotiating teams try to line up figures

August 18, 2016 Going into the next-to-last negotiating session before the start of the school year on Wednesday, team members had to pass through a unified group of teachers. more »»

District’s labor counsel says teachers’ pay not being withheld ... ‘for days worked’

August 18, 2016 The teachers might miss paychecks, but that doesn’t mean the Warren County School District isn’t paying them for time worked, the district’s labor counsel said. more »»

Rouse plans ‘Summerfest’ for the community

August 18, 2016 “I think I like it better than the (even the Warren County) Fair,” said Barb Williams, a resident at the Rouse Home in Youngsville, of their annual and upcoming community day. more »»

Girard’s dream job to return to teach at WCCS has ‘always been the plan’

August 17, 2016 “I’m so mad at you,” Christina Girard, then a senior at Warren County Christian School, told her new math teache. more »»

‘Other direction’

August 16, 2016 The teachers union has withdrawn its strike notice. But that does not necessarily mean there won’t be a strike. more »»

Observing Martz

August 16, 2016 On Robbin Hill Road, at the second highest elevation in Chautauqua County, N.Y., sits a pair of domes. more »»

Meanwhile, kids in the 21st Century Summer Program use Chapman as an outdoor classroom

July 23, 2016 For many, Chapman State Park is all about a little bit of outdoor rest and relaxation. For students in the 21st Century Summer Program earlier this week, it was an outdoor classroom and science lab. more »»

Go with the flow: How does the US Army Corps of Engineers decide on river levels?

July 23, 2016 There are many factors and concerns that go into deciding what the Allegheny Reservoir and Allegheny River levels should be. A big factor, of course, is the weather. more »»

‘Lady Cop On Duty’

July 23, 2016 This article is being re-run from Page D-2 of last Saturday’s Times Observe. more »»

Halls Of Ivy:

July 2, 2016 Colby Widdowson, a 2011 graduate of Warren Area High School, received his bachelor of science degree in Criminology from Penn State University in May 2015, and completed his first year at Penn State... more »»

Halls Of Ivy:

June 18, 2016 The following students were among more than 900 graduates who received degrees during May commencement at Clarion University of Pennsylvania: Columbus – Devin Taydus, BS EBIO (Environmental Biology... more »»

Last dance

June 10, 2016 Students across Warren County celebrated the last day of school Thursday to ring in their summer vacation. At Youngsville Elementary Middle School, it wasn’t just the younger ones walking the halls. more »»

Yesterday it was launching balloons, today YEMS will SOAR

June 10, 2016 Students at Youngsville Elementary Middle School closed out the year SOARing. more »»

D.A.R.E. graduates recognized, too

June 10, 2016 High school seniors aren’t the only ones with graduations this week. Wednesday was graduation day for Beaty Warren Middle School D.A.R.E students after 10 weeks of study. “It’s been great,” said D.A. more »»

 
 

 

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