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October 27th

3 children’s programs operate at former Kane school

October 27, 2011

The Chestnut Street Elementary School may be closed, but it still is serving children in the Kane School District.
Three separate children’s programs are operating at the former school in Kane. The rent charged for the space is helping the school district cover utility and maintenance costs on what otherwise would be an empty building.
The school closed following the 2009-10 school year. The new Kane Elementary School opened in September 2010.
Although the Chestnut Street school no longer has classes, it still is bustling with children.

Dr. Glennis Speary Rickert

October 27, 2011

Dr. Glennis Speary Rickert, a World War II veteran and longtime resident of Mountain Lakes, N.J., passed away peacefully Oct. 24, 2011. He was 87 years old.

October 26th

Ramettes stop Kane in five sets

October 26, 2011

JOHNSONBURG – In a well played match of five sets, the Lady Wolves fell just shy of the win and a chance to go to districts as Johnsonburg took the match 3-2 (25-23, 25-18, 20-25, 20-25, 15-9).

Chamber members hear talk on credit cards

October 26, 2011

A discussion on the processing of credit cards took place Wednesday at a breakfast meeting for members of the Kane Chamber of Commerce.
Bill Grigsby, a partner in the Grigsby & Waldeck Consulting firm of Bradford, was the guest speaker at the forum at the Kane Manor along Clay Street.
Grigsby said processors of credit cards are “always trying to figure how to make money” through fees and charges.
A Smethport native and a 2007 graduate of Smethport High School, Grigsby received a masters’ degree in business administration from DeVry University.

Photo & Sound marks 33rd anniversary in Kane

October 26, 2011

The Photo & Sound Shoppe at 101 Fraley St. in Kane is marking its 33rd anniversary with a 10-day sale that begins today.
Jim Greville, owner of the store that opened in 1978, said this year’s sale is “bigger than usual” in observance of “one third of a century of serving the Kane area.”
Greville said the sale features sale prices “along with daily specials, giveaways and refreshments.”
In June 1978, Greville opened a camera and car stereo store at 21 Fraley St. In June 1981, the store moved to 68 Fraley St. after Greville purchased the former Cardamone Electric business.

Robert D. McClain

October 26, 2011

Robert D. McClain, 88, of the Lutheran Home at Kane Residential Care Center, died Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2011 at the Kane Community Hospital.
Born Sept. 29, 1923 in Corsica, he was the son of Thomas E. and Mabel Richert McClain. On July 23, 1945 in Ridgway, he married Audrey Burton, who died in 2004.
Mr. McClain was a sheet metalist for Elliot Co. in Ridgway for over 20 years, and later for Waterbury Farrell in Cheshire, Conn.
He attended the First Baptist Church of Kane and had been a member of the BPO Elks #329, in Kane.

Victoria M. Fitzgerald

October 26, 2011

Victoria M. Fitzgerald died Oct. 21, 2011.
She was the beloved wife of the late Roger A. Fitzgerald; devoted mother of Robert (Donna) Fitzgerald; loving grandmother of Sean (Mary) Fitzgerald and Deborah (Michael) Cammarano; great-grandmother of Matthew, Christopher and Michael; sister of Charlotte Lyte, Walter (Linda) Kellar and the late Josephine Kellar, Helen Rolfe, Jennifer Burns and Leona Kellar.
She is also survived by nieces and nephews.

October 25th

Kane Tornadoes claim Olean Youth Football League Pony Championship

October 25, 2011

A first-quarter touchdown and a fourth-quarter goal-line stand allowed the Kane Tornadoes to claim the Olean Youth Football League Pony Championship in their first year as a league member.
The championship put the finishing touch on a season in which the Tornadoes had to win their final regular season game to get into the playoffs and then had to overcome the No. 1 and No. 2 seeds in the South Division to reach the championship game.

County courthouse roof project is postponed

October 25, 2011

SMETHPORT – The replacement of the roof on the McKean County Courthouse in Smethport has been postponed until spring.
Acting at a meeting Tuesday, the county Board of Commissioners voted 3-0 to reject a lone bid received for the roofing project.
Commissioner Joe DeMott of Port Allegany, the chairman of the board, joined with Commissioners Al Pingie of Bradford Township and Judy Church of Smethport in voting to reject the bid.
Peterson Roofing of Olean, N.Y. earlier this month submitted a bid of $111,400 for the roofing project. It was the only bid received.

October 24th

New face is expected on Kane Borough Council

October 24, 2011

Carl “Bill” Tunall Jr. is expected to win election in two weeks as a new member of the Kane Borough Council.
Tunall will be listed on the ballot Tuesday, Nov. 8 along with incumbent Councilwomen Janet Bard and Holly Harris and Council President Kane. Tunall, Harris and Kane are Democrats. Bard is a Republican.
Since there are four seats up for election, Tunall and the three incumbents are expected to win because they are the only four candidates listed on the ballot.

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