May 22nd, 2013
Six members of the Kane boysâ€™ track and field team and six members of the girlsâ€™ team head to the PIAA Championship meet today. Competition begins on Friday morning at Shippensburg University with some of the best high school athletes in the country competing for state medals.
Picture this (pardon the pun), youâ€™re sitting in the woods, high power rifle or monster shotgun across your lap, waiting to make that trophy kill. You have enough bullets to start another war, a knife in every pocket, a super duty GPS letting you know if you move an inch or so, food in every pocket, night vision goggles, and all you need is the perfect shot, which should be easy, since your scope can see all the way to Alaska.
The upcoming Memorial Day weekend is the traditional kickoff for summer activities.
William "Yogi" Osmer easily won the Democratic nomination for mayor of Kane in Tuesday's primary election.
The Kane Lady Wolves softball teamâ€™s season came to a heartbreaking end on Monday when the Lady Wolves lost to Port Allegany in 12 innings on a close play at the plate.
RIDGWAY â€“ The timing wasn't right.
Therefore, President Elk County Judge Richard Masson declined Monday to fill a vacancy on the Highland Township Board of Supervisors.
The Kane High School boys track and field team came away with the District IX Class AA Championship for the second consecutive year, with some outstanding performances by the Kane boys. Because of their efforts, Kane will be advancing six boys on to the state championship meet to be held this Friday and Saturday at Shippensburg University.Â
The Kane girlsâ€™ track and field team finished second in Fridayâ€™s District IX AA Championship meet with 73 points, behind Brookville who took the team title with 98 points.
It may not have the national attention of a Presidential Election, but the primary Tuesday features many races with a local flavor.
Harold M. Anderson, 78, of 6792 Route 321 in East Kane, died Friday morning, May 17, 2013 at his residence following a recent illness.
Born Feb. 15, 1935 in Sergeant, he was the son of Arthur and Mabel Lee Anderson.Â On Dec. 29, 1966 in Kane, he married Kathylene "Kathy" Mosier, who survives.
Mr. AndersonÂ served in the National Guard and then in the U.S. Navy from 1958 until 1963, when he was transferred to the Navy Reserves.Â Later, he worked at the Cera-Mag division of Stackpole in Kane for over 38 years, retiring in 1997.