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News Update for Monday, Mar. 24, 2014

Teenaged student at Warren Area High School arrested for alleged threat against WAHS...

A 15 year-old Warren Area High School student has been arrested for allegedly placing a hand-written note... threatening a violent act at the school... in a boy's restroom stall.  Warren County School Superintendent William Clark says the note was found... and, reported about 10:30 a.m. Monday.  Dr. Clark says the high school was immediately locked-down... and, State Police were notified.  He says they found their suspect following a short investigation.  Clark says no one was hurt in the incident... and, classes resumed shortly after Noon.  State Police say the 15 year-old... who was not identified... was taken into custody on two Felony charges of Terroristic Threats... and, disorderly conduct.  Troopers say the charges will be handled through the Warren County Juvenile Probation Department.  Dr. Clark and police say the incident is believed to be an "isolated" case.

County IDA Director Daly to retire at end of May...

The man who had headed up the Chautauqua County Planning and Economic Development Department and the county's Industrial Development Agency is retiring later this Spring.  County Executive Vince Horrigan says William Daly... who has held the positions since Jan. 1 of 2006... will be stepping aside this coming May 31.  Daly took over the helm under former County Executive Greg Edwards following a successful career in Business and Industry.  Horrigan says Daly has "guided these organizations through the challenging economic times of the “great recession."  The IDA is a public authority charged with attracting, retaining, and building capacity in Chautauqua County businesses.