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Bridge to learning at WCCS

April 29, 2016 Tensions were high at Warren County Christian School. There were nervous groans, hands covering faces and furtive glances toward the boxes in the corner. more »»

‘Fantastic job’

April 28, 2016 When there’s something strange (with your guitar) and it don’t look good (and you want to get rid of it) who you gonna call? Warren County Christian School. more »»

Building futures

April 28, 2016 Students from Youngsville Elementary School, St. more »»

‘Plugging science...’

April 25, 2016 How do you take a good student and turn him or her into a great student? According to Kimberly Plum, a first-year physics teacher at Youngsville High School, you help them enjoy learning. more »»

Delegate situation

April 23, 2016 “Pennsylvania has never had as great of an opportunity as it is going to have now. more »»

Khare: How it all works

April 23, 2016 Convoluted – extremely complex and difficult to follow. Synonyms? How GOP delegates to the Republican National Convention are apportioned. more »»

GOP — ‘Two points of view’

April 23, 2016 This election cycle, the GOP nomination is still very much up in the air. And Ash Khare thinks that might be good for the party. There are “two points of view,” he sai. more »»

The Sounds of Music: Summer Music School has opened registration

April 14, 2016 Warren County Summer Music School, in its 27th season, has opened registration for this summer’s program. more »»

Voter registration drives attract high schoolers

April 14, 2016 The Republican and Democratic presidential campaigns have attracted a great deal of attention, including that of high school student. more »»

Stewart named super

April 12, 2016 The Warren County School District has appointed Amy Stewart to be the district’s next superintendent of school. more »»

Gov. Wolf to speak at Edinboro

April 9, 2016 EDINBORO – Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will speak at Edinboro University during a campus visit on Thursday, April 14. Gov. Wolf’s remarks will be delivered at 7 p.m. in the Frank G. more »»

Halls of Ivy:

March 26, 2016 Jamestown Business College has announced the President’s and Dean’s Lists for the winter 2015 term. To qualify for the President’s List a student must earn a 3.90 - 4. more »»

Young Children’s Art at library is showcasing the Power of Art

March 17, 2016 The Power of Art is on display. more »»

‘Eye’ on Youth Art

March 17, 2016 Times Observer photo by Brian Ferry ‘Eye’ in water color by Beaty-Warren Middle School sixth-grader Regan Mangione is part of the Youth Art Month show at Warren Public Library’s Wetmore Gallery. more »»

Class in session: Times Observer reporter latest to attend Career Day at Sheffield

March 12, 2016 Kris Conn and Heather Alexander, fifth-grade teachers at Sheffield Elementary School, have been having their classes combine on Fridays to learn from local professionals about their career. more »»

Rep. Rapp weighs in on bill, issue of medical marijuana

March 12, 2016 During the House session beginning Monday, March 14, Pennsylvania representatives will consider a Senate bill legalizing medical marijuana. more »»

For your health — care: Students tour healthcare agencies to learn about career opportunities

March 12, 2016 Students from the Warren County Career Center toured different healthcare agencies around the county Friday morning and afternoon learning about different career opportunities that could await them... more »»

Restitution slow-moving in Youngsville High School vandalism case

March 12, 2016 At their current rate, it will take the three men convicted for vandalizing Youngsville High School 525 years to pay back full restitution. Duston A. more »»

Megan Waterfield places in first-year essay contest

February 25, 2016 ALLIANCE, Ohio— Freshman Megan Waterfield finished in third place in the Northeast Ohio English Department Consortium’s (NEOEDC) First-Year Student Essay Contest for her essay “You’re Going to Regre... more »»

‘Why You’re Going to Regret Your Poor Grammar’

February 25, 2016 Here is the essay that Megan Waterfield submitted for the Northeast Ohio English Department Consortium’s (NEOEDC) First-Year Student Essay Contest: Megan Waterfield Dr. more »»

 
 

 

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