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Archive - Aug 2012

August 15th

Robert F. (Bob) Corrigan

August 15, 2012

Robert F. (Bob) Corrigan, age 75, of Monticello, Ind., formerly of Kane, died Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012 at 7:05 a.m. at the White Oak Health Campus of Monticello, Ind.
He was born Saturday, Feb. 13, 1937 in Vestaburg, son of John and Anna (Kubicar) Corrigan.
He married Ruth Ann Sites in Lafayette, Ind. She died March 24, 1964. Then on Oct. 31, 1964, in Kane, he married Louise Novosel. She survives.

Edward C. Chandler

August 15, 2012

Edward C. Chandler, 78, of 876 W. Washington St., Bradford, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 14, 2012 at the Bradford Regional Medical Center.
Born April 28, 1934 in Bradford, he was a son of the late Edward S. and Rachel (Simpier) Chandler. He was a 1952 graduate of Bradford High School.
On July 8,1961 in Bradford, he married Sandra V. (Peterson) Chandler who survives him.
Mr. Chandler enlisted with the U.S. Army on Oct. 2, 1956 and served in Germany; he was honorably discharged Oct. 2, 1958.

Is 24/7 police coverage in Kane coming to an end?

August 15, 2012

The future of around-the-clock coverage by the Kane Borough Police Department may be in jeopardy.
For the past eight months, vocal “concerned citizens” have called on the Kane Borough Council to tighten its belt and cut spending to reduce property taxes.
“Our main objection is to get the borough to save money,” Mick Petruney of 321 Kearney St. has said. He is a leader of the informal group of “concerned citizens.”

Student electronic devices now allowed in school

August 15, 2012

When classes begin in Kane later this month, students will be able to bring certain electronic devices to school.
The policy change allows students to come to school with their personal laptop computer, "netbook" or E-reader.
However, none of the devices may have accessibility to the internet. The devices will not be allowed to connect to the school district's wireless network.

August 14th

Funding approved for Lantz Corners sewer district

August 14, 2012

HAZEL HURST – Long-awaited funding finally has been approved for the proposed Lantz Corners Sewer District.
According to information outlined Monday at a meeting of the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors, the funding could lead to construction next spring.
The Pennsylvania Infrastructure and Investment Authority (PennVest) has awarded a grant of $2,383,827 for the project. PennVest also has agreed to a handle a 30-year-old loan of $2,424,173 with a low interest rate of just 1 percent.

August 13th

Flagpoles stolen from Ludlow cemetery are recovered

August 13, 2012

LUDLOW – Two memorial flagpoles—stolen earlier this month from the Gibbs Hill Cemetery near Ludlow—were recovered Monday morning.
The flagpoles were found among tall vegetation in a wooded area just across the road from the cemetery.
High weeds on an embankment along the road obscured vision of the site where the toppled flagpoles were located.
John Eckstrom, a laborer with the Hamilton Township road crew, spotted the shaft of one of the flagpoles Monday morning. He and Township Roadmaster “Dutch” Davidson were working on a project near the cemetery entrance.

Council says skate/bike ramps are closed for now

August 13, 2012

There are a lot unhappy youths in Kane today.
The Kane Borough Council declared Monday that the skate/bike ramps at Glenwood Park are still closed.
"No trespassing" signs remain posted at the wooden structure even though most of the ramps have been repaired-- by the users themselves with volunteer adult assistance.
Speaking at a nearly three-hour meeting, Council President Howard Kane said "all of the repairs aren't done yet."
Until the work is completed and inspected, the ramped-facility is considered "uninsurable," it was pointed out.

County authority may erect apartments at fire site

August 13, 2012

The removal of one of the worst eyesores in Kane may be on the horizon.
The McKean County Housing and Redevelopment Authority may take ownership and raze the deteriorating fire-damaged Knights of Columbus (K of C) building on Chase Street near Bayard Street.
The authority may erect apartments on the site.
Part of the proposal also calls for the borough to give the authority the adjacent site that once housed Papa Nick's Restaurant. The borough demolished the restaurant, which also was heavily damaged in the same fire several years ago.

August 9th

Skate/bike ramps again see heavy traffic

August 9, 2012

Young people in the Kane community were faced with an ultimatum and they responded in remarkable fashion.
With the help of concerned adults and donations from businesses and individuals, the youths have repaired the skate/bike ramps at Glenwood Park on Hacker Street.
The borough last fall closed the facility due to the deteriorated condition of the wooden structure.
Claiming it doesn't have the money to make repairs, the Kane Borough Council basically told the youths to raise the money and fix the ramps themselves.

August 8th

Swedish Festival opens Friday in Mt. Jewett

August 8, 2012

MT. JEWETT – “Swedish by Heritage, Swedish by Heart.”
That’s the theme for this year’s three-day Swedish Festival in Mt. Jewett.
The festival begins Friday with the opening ceremony at 6 p.m. at St. Matthews Lutheran Church on East Main Street. The closing ceremony is at 6 p.m. Sunday at the Center Street Stage.
There is no admission charge to attend the festival.
The annual festival, which brings thousands of visitors to Mt. Jewett, features no less than 30 events.

Both the Kane varsity and Lady Wolves’ junior varsity teams won their consolation matchup against...
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