|About this web site
|...as a teen, he lived two
summers in the Allegheny
National Forest working as a
counselor for Camp
Cornplanter, the first national
summer camp for children and
adults with learning disabilities.
A 1973 graduate of Warren
Area High School, Dr. Lareau
earned a doctorate in
osteopathic medicine from the
New York Institute of
Technology after graduating
from Boston College. He has
worked as a radiology
resident, a family practice
resident, and as a primary
care provider in the
My grandfather was a
lumberjack and a great uncle
was a professional moonshiner.
This does not explain why I am a
blogger, but maybe it helps.
You can contact Chris at
|Chris Lareau, editor
(photo by Joe Lareau)
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|Chris Lareau edits Pennsyltucky
Update, a news blog about this section
of rural Pennsylvania, and Allegheny
Almanac, a photo guide to the Kinzua
Over the years, his reporting and
photos have appeared in numerous
newspapers in Massachusetts,
Pennsylvania, and Florida. He originally
came to Warren in 1967 after living in
southern Ohio and in Kentucky...
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sites but you have to get permission first,
include copyright info, and publish a link
to www.AlleghenyAlmanac.com. I know
it's a lot of work, but our prices are really