Archive - Mar 5, 2013
Being on the receiving end of Pat Santilliâ€™s frequent rant â€śyouâ€™re a doggone dummyâ€ť was a badge of honor for generations of young baseball players.
Wetmore Township this year is expected to receive only $76,372.70 as its share of timber sales on the Allegheny National Forest (ANF).
The amount is a decline of $17,925.74 from last year and is the lowest amount received by the township in a decade.
The township for years has counted on the "forestry" money to hold down property taxes. The township's share is based on its acreage within the ANF.
Leonard T. Haight, 80, of 162 New Jersey Ave., James City, died Thursday afternoon, Feb. 21, 2013 at the Bradford Manor, where he resided for two days.
Born Jan. 23, 1933 in James City, he was the son of Garland D. and Barbara M. Maze Haight. On July 24, 1955 in Kane, he married Barbara A. Beatty, who died in 1998.
Mr. Haight servedÂ in the U.S. Army, 112th Infantry during the Korean War.Â A tool and die maker by trade, he later owned and operated the James City Cafe for 20 years.
He was a member of VFW Post 1132 and the Fraternal Order ofÂ Eagles, both in Kane, and the Loyal Order of Moose.