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Archive - Jan 2014

January 30th

Kane school, judge take tough stance on truancy

January 31, 2014

Skipping school has serious consequences in Kane.
Both the school administration and Kane District Court Judge Dave Engman are taking a tough stance on truancy.
"Students cannot learn if they are not present in school," Dr. Maryann Anderson, school district superintendent, said. She pointed out that the school district is required to enforce the state compulsory attendance law.

One dead in Mersen explosion

January 31, 2014

ST. MARYS – Officials on Thursday confirmed the death of a St. Marys Mersen USA employee after an industrial explosion in the morning.
Noah Nichelson, St. Marys Mersen USA general manager, said in a statement to WJAC that one employee was killed and two were injured following “an equipment related accident” at the plant.

Kane Chamber seeks nominees for 'Citizen-of-Year'

January 31, 2014

The deadline is nearing to submit nominations for the annual Kane area "Citizen-of-the-Year" award.
The Kane Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations at its office at 54 Fraley St. in Uptown Kane.

Kane Little Wolves Basketball Camp entertain crowd

January 31, 2014

Kane boys from grades 1-3 that attended the Kane Little Wolves Basketball Camp entertained the crowd during halftime of Wednesday's junior varsity game. The players showed off their skills learned at the camp, including the proper defense stance.

One dead in Mersen explosion

January 30, 2014

ST. MARYS – Officials on Thursday confirmed the death of a St. Marys Mersen USA employee after an industrial explosion in the morning.
Noah Nichelson, St. Marys Mersen USA general manager said in a statement that one employee was killed and two were injured following “an equipment related accident” at the plant.
Emergency dispatchers confirmed a call went out shortly after 9 a.m. to Mersen USA in St. Marys, located at 1032 Trout Run Rd.

January 29th

Federal agency OKs 'injection well' near James City

January 30, 2014

JAMES CITY – The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has approved a permit for a controversial underground "injection well" near James City.
The permit has been issued to Seneca Resources-- the exploration and production wing of National Fuel Gas of Williamsville near Buffalo.

Scarnati hoping for stability in Pa.

January 30, 2014

According to State Senator Joe Scarnati (R-Brockway), the Commonwealth has come a long way in the past few years but significant additional progress must still be made.
As the governor's budget will be released in early February, Scarnati said legislators have created "a tough budget cycle" as they've been "advocating for more funding for our public schools."
Because of this, and other factors, finding the dollars to completely fund the spending plan has been a tall task.

Kane girls defeat Ridgway, 60-24

January 30, 2014

The Kane Lady Wolves opened the game on a 7-0 run and wouldn't look back in a 60-24 win over Ridgway Wednesday night at Ridgway Area High School.
"They kept their focus, that's what I ask of them," Kane coach Dave Kiehl said. "They just keep working hard. We just take it one game at a time and go from there."

Elkers use big 3rd quarter to break open game with Wolves

January 30, 2014

The visiting Ridgway Elkers trailed the Kane Wolves boys’ basketball team 9-8 going into the locker room at halftime. Whatever the Elker coaching staff said during the break must have sunk in, because Ridgway came out and outscored the home team 21-10 during the next eight minutes on their way to posting a 42-24 win in the Wolves’ Den on Wednesday night.

January 28th

Many donate blood in memory of Chris Riley

January 29, 2014

Despite frigid temperatures, many Kane area residents turned out Tuesday to donate blood in a "Heart To Heart" blood drive in memory of Chris Riley.

PORT ALLEGANY – The Kane Wolves’ offense was clicking on all cylinders in last night’s game against...
The Kane Tornado Pony and Pee Wee teams traveled north last Saturday to take on the Bolivar-...
JOHNSONBURG – Despite an early one-set deficit, the Johnsonburg Ramettes roared back Thursday night...

 

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