Mary Kay Scott

Mary Kay Scott

Mary Catherine “Mary Kay” Scott, 85, of N. Warren, PA. died Sunday, August 31, 2014 at the John and Orpha Blair Hospice Home after a brief illness. She was born May 8, 1929 in Butler, PA. She was the daughter of John F. and Martha Park Wilson. She was a longtime Warren area resident and [...]

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Wolverines Take One
On The Chin

Football – No. 4

By LEE GOLDTHWAITE: In their first game of this new season, the Sheffield Wolverines ran into a tough Ridgway Elker squad and ended up on the wrong side of a lopsided loss, 48-0. The Wolverines took the opening kickoff. Jamir Brown received the ball at the 18 yard line and carried it out to the [...]

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ANF Opens

The Allegheny National Forest announced today that effective immediately the entire length of the Timberline ATV trail is now open. Portions of the trail had been closed due to road construction. On-going construction and timber sale activity will still occur in the area during weekdays, but trails will be open for riding so riders should [...]

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Blocks Available

As the new school year arrives, some of the schools in the Warren County School District have closed their doors to students for the last time.  Those included in a cost-saving measure as enrollment has declined were Allegheny Valley Elementary School, Russell Elementary School, South Street Early Learning Center, Sugar Grove Elementary School, and Sheffield [...]

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Yard Sale
Sept. 13th & 14th

Trash to Treasures  Yard Sale @ Whispering Winds Campground/Cabins – 277 Tollgate Rd  Sheffield Saturday, September 13th – 9 – 4  and  Sunday, September 14th -10:00 – 2:00 Something for Everyone  -    Rain or Shine -    6  Families

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Rev. Monsignor
John L. Lucas


The Reverend Monsignor John J. Lucas, 75, died Wednesday, August 27th at UPMC Hamot Hospital in Erie. Msgr. Lucas was born on February 13, 1939 in Grassflat, Pennsylvania, the son of Michael and Veronica (Kuzilla) Lucas, Sr. He is survived by 2 Siblings – Michael D. Lucas, Jr. and his wife, Marlene, of Erie, Pennsylvania, [...]

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What’s For Dinner??

Many meals at the Curtin home are planned around what we are doing after dinner.  If we can stay home and work around the yard or just relax, the meals might take a little longer.  If you must eat and run, meals become more basic and streamlined. Sunday – Grilled ham slices, grilled onion and [...]

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Tan Bark Trail
Work Bee, Sept. 6

The next work day on the Tanbark Trail for the Allegheny Trail Crew will be Saturday, September 6. This will be rehabbing the two broken bridges at the west end of the trail and installing water bars at the river end. This is only a one day event but will mop up the remaining work [...]

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Are Your Ready
For Some Football??

By Lee Goldthwaite:   If you haven’t guessed, it’s high school football season already. We seem to have missed summer along the way, but, it is what it is! Preparations for this year’s varsity team began with several “7 on 7” events during the summer, and culminated the past two Saturdays with scrimmages against Brockway [...]

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CCC Workers

CCC  – Group Shot

A local reunion received national recognition on Friday at the Warren County Visitors Center.  Tionesta Valley Snowmobile Club holds the annual “Statue Reunion” to remember the anniversary of dedicating a “Worker” statue to the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) accomplishments in the Allegheny National Forest region. Joan Sharpe of Edinburg, VA, spoke on behalf of the [...]

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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 [...]

Lillian Laird Ibbs

Lillian Ibbs

Lillian C.M. Laird Ibbs, 50, of Warren, PA. died peacefully in her sleep, Sunday, August 24, 2014 at her residence. [...]

AOC Schedule

On Friday, August 29, the Allegheny Outdoor Club will ride bikes in the Starbrick, Garland, and Youngsville area. Participants will [...]


Fireworks – No. 4

     The week’s activities ended on Saturday at Memorial Field with a Spectacular fireworks display by Starfire.  The firemen are [...]

It Says It All!!

Thank You Firemen

The residents of the Ruth Smith Home decided instead of having a float in the parade they would put a [...]

Floats Highlighted
The Saturday Parade

Parade – Veterans

     Bob’s Trading Post, Northwest Savings Bank, Frosty Chalet, Hi Crush, Allshouse Excavating and more presented floats in Saturday’s Fireman’s [...]

A Fireman’s Parade

Parade – Grey Knights

     The judges spent time checking out every detail on each and every firetruck, ambulance, and auxiliary piece of equipment [...]

Barnes Picnic
Sunday Afternoon

Blueberry Pie

At 1 p.m. residents of Barnes, relatives of residents of Barnes, and friends of Barnes will gather at the Lions [...]

A Wet Contest

Water Battle

Members of a variety of fire departments gathered to form 10 teams for the Annual Water Battle that is always [...]

Buddy Paul Rupert

Buddy Paul Rupert, entered this life October 3rd, 1919 in Porkey, a small village in the Allegheny Mountains of Northwestern [...]

Whitefish Point Lighthouse
Dining and Destinations


By: Barb Mattison Take a look at a map of Michigan and notice the Upper Peninsula, which seems to appear [...]

Parade & Fireworks
To End Great Week

Remember that Saturday is the final day of the 52nd Sheffield Fireman’s Festival.  Memorial Field is filled with games, rides, [...]