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July 25th

Kane Sesquicentennial celebration begins Sunday

July 25, 2014

A week-long celebration to mark the 150th anniversary of the founding of Kane begins Sunday.
Sesquicentennial events are scheduled every day of next week through the Sunday, Aug. 3.
Thousands of Kane residents, Kane natives who now live elsewhere and summer tourists are expected to turn out for the Sesquicentennial activities—including a “giant” two-hour parade next Saturday, Aug. 2.

Precision Compacted Components expanding

July 25, 2014

WILCOX – Precision Compacted Components, Inc. is adding a 26,700 square foot addition to their facilities in Wilcox, according to the company's Facilities and Maintenance Manager, Cole Wiesner.
At these facilities, PCC produces sintered metal products, including a variety of parts ranging from general industry parts to automotive parts.
The new additions include a 24,000 square foot addition to existing production facilities, and a 2,700 square foot addition for a maintenance department to support the increased size of the production facilities, Wiesner said.

Community worship service is slated for Sunday, Aug. 3

July 25, 2014

The Kane 150th anniversary worship celebration will be held Sunday, Aug. 3 at 11 a.m. at the Gazebo in Evergreen Park.
This event is jointly sponsoring by the Sesquicentennial Committee and the congregations of the Kane Area Ministerial Association.

July 24th

Kane students show improvement on state tests

July 24, 2014

Preliminary data indicates that Kane school students are showing improvement on state tests.
Even so, school officials are planning more remedial work to raise the number of students who are proficient in the basic skills of math, reading, writing and science.
The school board's Curriculum Committee reviewed the preliminary data on state test results during a 2 1/2-hour meeting Thursday at the Kane Middle School library.

Boni masterpiece finds home in church

July 24, 2014

KERSEY – A new addition to Saint Boniface Parish is a wooden carving of the saint himself, created by Rick Boni, co-founder of Appalachian Arts Studio in Ridgway and the Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous.
The masterpiece, carved from bass wood, a favorite of the hand carvers, stands to the left of the altar in the church in Kersey.
"Father Jim Faluszczak gave me some key points that he wanted to see in the piece," Boni said, explaining the initial project took at least seven weeks to complete. "It's such a long time to focus on one piece and that really takes a lot of discipline."

2 Kane youths are injured in traffic accident

July 24, 2014

WARREN – Two Kane youths were injured Tuesday afternoon in a chain-reaction traffic accident on Route 6 just east of Warren.
The youths include:
*Nik Guadagnino, 18, a June graduate of Kane High School. He is the son of Steve and Leslie Lindquist Guadagnino.
*Ryan Avenali, 16, who will be a junior at Kane High School. He is the son of Dan Avenali and Michele Johnston Avenali.

Elizabeth Ann “Beth” McConnell Sallack

July 24, 2014

Elizabeth Ann “Beth” McConnell Sallack, 90, beloved wife of Myles Sallack for more than 60 years, died peacefully at her home in Florence, S.C., on July 24, 2014.
Born June 27, 1924, she was the daughter of the late Howard and Ruth Johnson McConnell. She and Myles moved to South Carolina in 1994 after residing in Johnsonburg and Kane for more than 40 years.
A 1942 graduate of Kane High School, Beth graduated from Mt. Aloysius College and Montefiore Hospital’s Med Tech Program. She worked as a lab technician at Tokyo Army Hospital during the Korean War.

Carol J. Benicky

July 24, 2014

Carol J. Benicky, 75, of Belle Vernon died Tuesday, July 22, 2014 in Thorpes Personal Care Home.
Born in Kane on Feb. 16, 1939, she was the daughter of the late Carl and Doris (Hutchens) Gustafson.
Carol retired from Corning Glass and also worked at Dick’s Sporting Goods Warehouse.
She is survived by her two brothers, Robert Gustafson of Kane, and Richard Gustafson of Columbus, Ohio; and a sister, Janice Crew of Venice, Fla.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas Benicky Jr.; and a brother, Thomas Gustafson.

July 23rd

Kane Historic Preservation Society receives deed to chapel

July 23, 2014

The Thomas L. Kane Memorial Chapel, perhaps the only building in Kane borough where both the town’s founder and his wife, Elizabeth Kane, stood in, has been deeded over to the Kane Historic Preservation Society from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
The chapel was built between 1876 and 1878 under the direction of Thomas L. Kane with money given to him by his aunt, Ann Gray Thomas. The Presbyterian Church was dedicated to his mother’s parents, Thomas Leiper and Elizabeth Coultas Gray and their ten children.

Carlton Lawrence Olson

July 23, 2014

Carlton Lawrence Olson, 85, a resident of Rouse Warren County Home and formerly of Ludlow, died Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at his residence.
He was born Feb. 26, 1929 in Kane, son of the late Lawrence “Tige”and Evelyn Nelson Olson. At the age of 16, Carlton joined the Merchant Marines as a Able Seaman, serving in Foreign waters. Carlton was a heavy equipment operator with International Union of Operating Engineers Local Union 66.
He was a member of Moriah Lutheran Church, Ludlow. He was a 32 degree mason with Kane Lodge #566, F & A.M. and a National Rifle Association member.

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