Archive - 2013
Establishing "open" communications with taxpayers and teachers is a key for candidates seeking seats on the Kane School Board.
This issue came across loud and clear Wednesday evening at a question-and-answer forum at the Kane Elks Lodge on Chestnut Street.
The DuBois Central Catholic broke open a close game with an 11-run sixth inning to spoil Senior Recognition for the Kane Wolvesâ€™ baseball team. The Wolves, led by seniors Nate Allen, Tyler Burdick, Tyler Ennis, Loren Kumher, Andrew Oâ€™Rourke and Dan Park trailed by only two, 5-3, when the visitors exploded for their big inning. The Cardinals ended up winning the game by a score of 16-3 after six innings at Pat Santilli Field on a cold, misty Tuesday afternoon.
A pickup truck, westbound on Route 6 near Campbelltown Road, left the north side of the highway and struck and destroyed this sign at the Mt. Jewett Health Center building on Monday.
Kyla Hoag was honored prior to Mondayâ€™s game with Ridgway at Szymanski Field in Kane. The Lady Wolvesâ€™ pitcher, along with her five senior teammates, were playing in the final regular home game.
Trash recycling is returning to Kane on a limited basis for now on private property.
A collection site for cardboard now is located at the Bednar Metals property on Commons Alley.
A minute after the last pitch, a storm blew into Smethport bringing with it hail, wind, and rain as the Hubbers and Kane Wolves scattered to find shelter. Although the Wolves had the bases loaded in the top of the seventh, they couldnâ€™t score as Smethport got the win 11-4.
Lisa Swartwood signs up her son, Matthew Deane for the Kane Community Vacation Bible School. Kane Community VBS volunteer Glenda Buonanducci assists with the paperwork.
Brian L. Horton, 44, of Park Avenue Ext., Kane, died unexpectedly Saturday afternoon, May 11, 2013 at his residence.
Born October 12, 1968 in Kane, he was theÂ son of Phyllis A. Horton.
Brian had worked at Kane Hardwood.
Surviving areÂ his mother and stepfather, Phyllis and Ronald Fitch of Kane; and two brothers, James M. Horton of Kane and Mark R. Horton of Corry.
Services will be held privately at the family's convenience.Â Memorial contributions may be made to a church or charity of the donor's choice.
An "army" of volunteers turned out Friday for the third annual "KARE For Kane" program to spruce up the community.
Those who stepped forward to volunteer consider the activity a labor of love.
Two Mt. Jewett natives have been hired as new teachers at the Kane Elementary School.