Archive - May 2013
The Kane Lady Wolvesâ€™ softball team had their season come to a disappointing end earlier this week when they lost a marathon 12-inning contest with the Port Allegany Lady Gators in the first round of the PIAA Class A playoffs.
Write-in votes have had an a major impact on the primary election results in the Kane area.
SHIPPENSBURG â€“ Kaneâ€™s Morgan Nicholson threw the javelin 132â€™ 10â€ť during Saturdayâ€™s PIAA AA Championship Meet at Shippensburg University. The throw placed the Lady Wolvesâ€™ junior fourth in the state and earned her a medal. Nicholson also competed in the shot put, which was held immediately after the javelin on Saturday.
A large crowd estimated at 200 attended the Memorial Day program held Monday at Evergreen Park in Kane.
LUDLOW â€“ A large crowd turned out Monday for the traditional Memorial Day program at the Gibbs Hill Cemetery near Ludlow.
MT. JEWETT â€“ Paul Swanson, Commander of Mt Jewett American Legion Post 574 and retired U.S. Army National Guard, was the speaker for Mondayâ€™s Memorial Day program. A nice crowd attended the program, which was held at the gazebo after the late morning parade.
Delores Lawson Woodall, 36, of 307 Kinzua Ave., Kane, and previously of Lynchburg, Va., passed away Thursday, May 23, 2013, at Kane Community Hospital, ofÂ injuries sustained in an automobile accident near the intersection of Routes 66 and 948 in Highland Township.
Born April 17, 1977, in Kane, she was a daughter of Dolores Milford and Joseph Herron. Her adoptive parents are Michael and Catherine Hazlett Lawson.Â On Jan. 30, 2000, in Lynchburg, she married Jesse B. Woodall who survives.
Mrs. Woodall worked as a cashier in a convenience store.
SHIPPENSBURG â€“ Twelve members of the Kane boysâ€™ and girlsâ€™ track teams made the journey to the PIAA Championship Meet to compete with the best athletes in Pennsylvania. Two members of the team, Nick Anderson and Sean Rolick, placed in the top eight in the state to earn medals. The PIAA meet began Friday morning at Shippensburg University on an unseasonably cold, windy day.
Three Kane residents were killed in a two-vehicle crash late Thursday night near the intersection of Routes 66 and 948 in Highland Township.
Chester F. "Chet" Peterson, 85, of 804 Welsh St., Kane, died Thursday evening, May 23, 2013 at the Kane Community Hospital.
Born April 30, 1928 in Kane, he was the son of John and Nellie Peterson Peterson.Â On April 26, 1952 in Kane, he married Frances D. McCauley, who survives.
Mr. Peterson worked as a tool and die maker in the machine shop at Stackpole in Kane for 40 years.Â Later, he was a part-time bus driver for the ATA.