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What’s For Dinner??

As the days get a little cooler and fall colors appear, I get hungry for food that we have ignored during the summer months.  I like meals that simmer in the oven and fill the house with great smells. Sunday- Ham loaf, scalloped cheesy potatoes, sugar snap peas. Monday – BLT subs, chips and watermelon [...]

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Jim Croce Tribute
Sat., October 4th

On Saturday, October 4, at 8 p.m., John Reno and Brett Gambino, will perform their Tribute to Jim Croce, “Bigger than life: the Songs of Jim Croce and the Stories behind Them,” at the Struthers Library Theatre, 302 W. Third Avenue, Warren.  For more than two decades John Reno has been writing and performing his [...]

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WGH Auxiliary
Cinnabon Sale

Cinnabon

The WGH Auxiliary is offering a sweet way to start your morning. According to WGH Volunteer Director Debbie Gray and Window Box volunteer Geri Ross, the iced coffee and cinnamon sweet donuts are just the way to put a smile on your face. On Wednesday, October 15th, a large batch of fresh Cinnabon singles and Cinnabon [...]

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Susan Jane Tarbox

Susan Tarbox

Susan J. Tarbox, 54, of Clarendon, Pa. died Monday, September 29, 2014 at Warren General Hospital after a courageous battle with breast cancer. She was born June 21, 1958 in Warren, PA. She was the daughter of the late Floyd and Sandra A. Foreman Jennings. Susan was a lifelong Warren area resident and earned her [...]

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Wilder Museum
Haunted Oct. 17-19

Prepare to be scared!  The Wilder Museum of Warren County History, 51 Erie Avenue, Irvine, is transforming into the “Haunted Museum on Eerie Avenue” on Friday and Saturday, October 17 and 18 from 6 to 8 p.m. and (for the feint of heart) Sunday, October 19 from 4 to 6 p.m. You are invited to [...]

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Wolverines
Drop Tough One

By Lee Goldthwaite The Sheffield Wolverines were hoping for a better start to the North Division portion of their football games but came home on the short end of a 33-32 loss to the Smethport Hubbers on Friday evening. Smethport received the opening kickoff, and marched down the field with a grueling ground game. With [...]

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Shopping At
The Farmers’ Market

Two Apple Pie

     During the summer and fall months I love to shop at the Farmers’ Market in Warren.  The location was moved this year and there are considerably less vendors, but you still can get some amazing food items to help with your weekly menus.   This morning I picked up wonderful, huge peppers, hot and sweet, [...]

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Trail Closed For
Hunting Season

The Allegheny National Forest announced that due to hunting season, recreational riding will not be permitted on the section of Spring Creek Horse Trail number 21, which is on State Game Lands No. 28, Monday through Saturday from September 27, 2014, through January 17, 2015. During this time period, riders lawfully participating in hunting, trapping, [...]

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50 Men To
Gather At Waldhutte

Waldhutte Photo

Co-chairmen Clayton Byford and his father Chris Byford both from Mattoon, Illinois are proud to welcome their brothers back to The 49th Annual Waldhutte Stag which will be held from, Wednesday October 8th through Sunday October 11th. As always, the Stag will be hosted by John and Paul Lorz at their family cabin. This year [...]

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A Look Back

Yesteryear – Dottie Wolfe Birthday Party

In the 1940s Dottie Wolfe celebrated a childhood birthday with some friends.  Recently a friend brought her a copy of this photograph.  She was delighted as she has very few photos from her younger years.  Pictured, left to right, Germaine Marfink, Nancy Young, Dotti, Jeannie Studley and Betty McClain.  The editor misses the opportunity to [...]

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VV To Enter Cyber Chapter

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By SUE CURTIN Since we announced our planned December retirement in April of this year, it has been a roller [...]

Brian Woodside

Brian David Woodside, 42, of Kittanning, Pa., formerly of Sheffield, passed away September 23, 2014 at VNA Inpatient Hospice in [...]

Detour & Waiting
May End Soon

Route 666 Bridge

Folks who live in the Barnes-Brookston area or travel down Route 666 each day will be pleased to hear that [...]

What’s For Dinner??

The weather has been remarkable — finally!   Temperatures are lower in the evening and fall and winter meals seem to [...]

DO NOT Remove
Gingseng From ANF

American ginseng is an herbaceous perennial plant in the Araliacea family and was once widespread in the Appalachian and Ozark [...]

Donald “Trap” Pratt

Donald A. “Trap” Pratt, 81, Duncansville, died Monday, September 22, 2014, at his residence. He was born August 14, 1933, [...]

SHS Homecoming
Candidates Named

SAMHS Homecoming Court 2014

   On Saturday, October 2nd the Sheffield High School students will celebrate Homecoming.  This year former homecoming queens have been [...]

Goldie Haines

Mrs. Goldie Bell Haines, 66, passed away in Weldbank, at her home, Monday, September 22, 2014, following an extended illness.  [...]

Haunted House
& Trolley Tours

The Warren County Historical Society is having the annual Haunted House and Trolley Tours on Friday and Saturday, October 10 [...]

301 Winners

Winners for this week’s football game drawing at SHS for the Sheffield Sports Boosters 301 Club are: 1st – Sue [...]

PSP Report

The following incidents were reported by the Pennsylvania State Police for the Valley: On September 6, in the early hours, [...]

Defeated
By ECC

ECC – No. 2

By Lee Goldthwaite The Wolverines dropped to 0-4 and the Elk County Catholic Crusaders improved to 4-0 with a 50-23 [...]