May 15th, 2014
The Johnsonburg Ramettes and Kane Lady Wolves played five innings in a steady drizzle on Thursday at Flickerwood Field. The game was the final one of the regular season for the Johnsonburg squad and the final home game of the season for the Lady Wolves. The Ramettes exploded for 13 runs in the third inning and went on to win 21-6.
Unbeaten Elk County Catholic (ECC) pounded out 12 hits Wednesday in defeating Kane High School 11-1 at Pat Santilli Field in Kane.
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders exploded for 13 runs in the second and third innings of Wednesday afternoonâ€™s game against Kane on the Lady Wolvesâ€™ home field. The Lady Crusaders used good pitching, timely hitting and patience at the plate in getting the 17-0 win in five innings.
LAFAYETTE TWP. â€“ Kristin King was aboard an Allegheny Airlines plane that crashed while attempting to land at the Bradford Regional Airport on a snowy Christmas Eve in 1968.
Just 17 years old, King was returning from Detroit to her home near Harrisburg in time for Christmas Day.
SMETHPORT â€“ A criminal case against a prominent Kane insurance man ended Wednesday when he accepted terms of the county Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program.
The Kane Borough Council has agreed to repair the tennis courts and basketball court at Evergreen Park rather than re-pave them.
Sections of five borough streets will be paved this summer under a project finalized Monday by the Kane Borough Council.
MT. JEWETT â€“ The Mt. Jewett Regional Sewer Authority is seeking a payment from Hamlin Township for providing sewer service to 17 residents on Campbelltown Road.
What little boys dream ofâ€¦ one little boy had a dream of greatness, of being a champion.
As the course of this little boyâ€™s childhood took shape thatâ€™s exactly what happened from junior wrestling to junior hight and finally, a state champion was crown. Evan Delong started this course over 10 years ago and now as he prepares to advance to live another part of this dream, a collegiate wrestler for the Division I Clarion Eagles. Evan is looking forward to this phase in his life.
We are now in my favorite season of the year, spring. From a nature photographerâ€™s standpoint, this is the best and most exciting time to get outdoors with a camera. Spring migrations, nesting, denning and most notability the increased activity of all wildlife, brings any nature photographer out of hibernation. This spring in particular I am anxious to get out and about after nursing a bad foot for a few weeks this winter. My signs of spring are the arrivals of the red-winged blackbirds and turkey vultures.