January Schedule
For The YMCA

The Warren County YMCA is now taking registrations for all of our January programs. There are many programs to choose from including Tumble and Splash (gym/swim intro program for children ages 18 months through age 2). A parent, other relative or babysitter must accompany child in this program. We also offer the B.A.S.S. (Babies Aquatic [...]

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“Y” Swimming

The Warren County YMCA has recently completed the fall sessions of Progressive Swim Lessons. The following swimmers have passed skills to receive their designated award: Tadpole: Nakita Nelson, Lara Pearson, Isabelle Grosch, Adelaide Keeports, Liam Gess, Marley Peterson, Aidan Eger, Timmy Giger, Leyton Salvatore, Rylan Benton, Bryce Grolemund Aquatots: Peyton Hagg, Nakita Nelson, Jaxon Thrift, [...]

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Two Accused Of
Scrapping Pipe

John McCool, owner of Edward Oil Company, contacted the Warren-based Pennsylvania State Police to report that 3/8 mile of 2″ and 1-1/2 inch pipe had been taken from his lease.  The pipe led to a storage tank owned by the victim.  The victim estimated a replacement cost of approximately $12,000. The accused were Christopher Carl [...]

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David W. Swanson

David William Swanson, retired lawyer, beloved husband and father, and devoted son, brother, cousin and friend died at his home in Barnes on the evening of Dec. 11. He was 85. He was born in Kane on March 7, 1929, and raised in Ludlow, the oldest child and only son of Anna Dorothea (Dorothy) Olson [...]

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David W. Swanson

David W. Swanson, of Barnes, died at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, December 11, 2014 at home.  The Borden-Lloyd Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  A full obituary will be published when available.

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What’s For Dinner??

Well we lived through the Thanksgiving holiday and dinner and now it is time to start thinking about all those things we need to have done before Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.  I try to keep my meals simple, with little clean up so I have time to bake cookies, wrap gifts, address cards, and [...]

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In The Village


Friday evening was brisk, but dry.  Downtown Sheffield was bustling with families of all sizes, eager to visit with Santa and do a little local shopping.  The Sheffield Lions Club sponsored Santa Claus at the Lion’s Den and refreshments.  Also available were trolley rides around town.  The trolley rides were free of charge but families [...]

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WGH Aux.
Basket Raffle

WGH AUXILIARY CHRISTMAS BASKET RAFFLE December 8-12 Outpatient Lobby TICKETS $1.00 on sale Mon & Tues 7AM-6PM Wed & Thur 7AM-8PM Friday 7AM-12PM NOON Drawing 2PM December 12 BENEFITS WGH VALET SERVICE  

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Bobby Kay
Medical Update

Bobby Kay  saw his doctor Friday in Erie and will return to his doctor on Wednesday with the possibility of having his hip brace removed, depending on how it has healed. He is recuperating and recovering nicely, and his family and church family at Victory Baptist are anxious to have him home. Bobby is still [...]

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CCWA has successfully nominated Conewango Creek as a candidate for DCNR’s River of the Year.  We’re trying to get as many people to vote as possible because the winning creek is decided by popular vote through DCNR’s River of the Year website at  Anyone from anywhere can vote, as long as you have a [...]

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VV To Enter Cyber Chapter


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

WCHS Honoring
Boy Scouts

The Wilder Museum will be honoring the Scouts on Saturday, December 13, as we host “Scout Appreciation Day.”  I have [...]

Robin Bevevino


Robin Bevevino, 58, of Russell, PA., formerly of Warren, Pa., died at his residence, Thursday morning, November 27, 2014, after [...]

Volunteers Needed
For 2015 Winterfest

With Winter just around the corner, outdoor enthusiasts and event volunteers are welcome to participate in the setup for the [...]

Angel Tree
In WGH Lobby

WGH Honor Tree

The annual WGH Auxiliary Angel Giving Tree is now decorated and located at the entrance to the Outpatient Lobby at Warren General [...]

Bat Cave Installation
Planned On ANF

In an effort to prevent the spread of white-nose syndrome and to protect potential winter habitat for several species of [...]

Civil War In PA
Exhibit At Wilder


The Wilder Museum is hosting “The Civil War in Pennsylvania” exhibit from the Senator John Heinz History Center in association [...]

Bloomquist Honored
By Commonwealth


At the November meeting of Art in the Wilds, a citation from the Senate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, was [...]

Lawrence Maruca

Lawrence P. Maruca, 76, of Tina, formerly of Beaver Falls, went home to be with the Lord on Monday, November [...]

Raymond Peterson

Raymond R. Peterson, 91,of 112 Walnut Street, Warren, died November 23, 2014, at the John and Orpha Blair Hospice House. [...]

2015 Calendars
Available Locally

2015 Calendar

Allegheny Center for the Arts has been working with WCCBI for a year on a project to develop a calendar. [...]

Trying To Honor
Arch Creators

Penn Soil RC&D Council announced today that it has created a new website to help raise funds for establishing a [...]