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McMeans 1, Bonavita 2 at state FBLA competitionsaid Bonavita. McMeans called Pennsylvania, California and Georgia the "powerh
McMeans 1, Bonavita 2 at state FBLA competition
Warren Times Observer / Posted 6 days ago
said Bonavita. McMeans called Pennsylvania, California and Georgia the "powerhouses" at FBLA competitions. The success of Warren County Career Center students at competitions this year, Hornick said, "blows the image (of WCCC) out of the water... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
County food inpections updatebowls being used to reheat soup in the microwave. Wood is not approved as a foo
County food inpections update
Warren Times Observer / Posted 7 days ago
bowls being used to reheat soup in the microwave. Wood is not approved as a food contact surface. Hilltop Restaurant at Warren County Career Center, 347 E. Fifth Ave., Warren, (April 13) three violations quaternary ammonia concentration in the... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Work in progressschool year, and now at Warren Area High School. With the auditorium classroom
Work in progress
Warren Times Observer / Posted 7 days ago
school year, and now at Warren Area High School. With the auditorium classrooms, the mobile classrooms, and space at Warren County Career Center, the high school is operating on about the same number of rooms as it had prior to construction,... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Deep ‘Purple’ Paincourse requests," $350,000; all non-essential teacher supplementals, $100,000;
Deep ‘Purple’ Pain
Warren Times Observer / Posted 12 days ago
course requests," $350,000; all non-essential teacher supplementals, $100,000; reduce support staff, $200,000; reduce Warren County Career Center (WCCC) budget, $95,000; and cut one WCCC shop, $100,000. "Truly, I don't have anything on here... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
More than idioticprobably and hopefully don't realize the number of people they are impacting, n
More than idiotic
Warren Times Observer / Posted 23 days ago
probably and hopefully don't realize the number of people they are impacting, nor do they realize the ramifications. Warren County Career Center had another bomb threat on Thursday, written on a bathroom stall. What the individual may not... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
A Dragon For BeatyThanks to a collective project involving three classes at the Warren County Car
A Dragon For Beaty
Warren Times Observer / Posted 24 days ago
Thanks to a collective project involving three classes at the Warren County Career Center, Superior Tire and Rubber, the Warren-Forest Higher Education Council School-to-Work Program, and Beaty-Warren Middle School, a half-ton, eight-foot-long steel... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
MDIT board welcomes coordinator, works on Children’s Advocacy Centerbring some community awareness and ownership to the program. The board agreed t
MDIT board welcomes coordinator, works on Children’s Advocacy Center
Warren Times Observer / Posted 25 days ago
bring some community awareness and ownership to the program. The board agreed to present the logo contest to students at Warren County Career Center through board member and Warren County School District Executive Director Amy Stewart. Because... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
Threat Responsethreat or hazard outside the building, and educational activities go on as norm
Threat Response
Warren Times Observer / Posted 27 days ago
threat or hazard outside the building, and educational activities go on as normal. That included students from neighboring Warren County Career Center. Students scheduled to move from one building to the other were kept in place, Weber said.... Read more
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Warren Times Observer
For his Eagle Scout project, Riley Stroup giving back to school where it all startedand his schoolwork, Riley works part time at Wal-Mart, and is enrolled in the P
For his Eagle Scout project, Riley Stroup giving back to school where it all started
Warren Times Observer / Posted 30 days ago
and his schoolwork, Riley works part time at Wal-Mart, and is enrolled in the Protective Services program at the Warren County Career Center. Riley said that, while many scouts go for something constructive, such as building things or... Read more

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