March 28th, 2014
Kane natives and longtime friends Sam Cummings Jr. and Tom Jones are embarking on a joint business venture-- the first of its kind in the area.
CLARION â€“ Kane's Jeff Kocjancic and Camryn Cummings have been recognized as part of the All American Awards and Engraving/D9sports.com All-District 9 boys and girls basketball awards and teams.
Kocjancic was named third team with an average of 15 points-per-game.
Cummings was named co-rookie of the year along with Brookville's Hali Olson.
Having the same name as a famous clown has caused Ronald McDonald of Kane to bear the brunt of many jokes over the years.
RIDGWAY â€“ House Bill 1701 may be the answer to a lot of problems throughout the area.
The legislation aims to create a rural community college pilot program serving an 11-county region of northwest and north central Pennsylvania.
The DDCC of April School of Dance in St. Marys recently attended the Starquest dance competition in Pittsburgh.
SMETHPORT â€“ McKean County is finding that crime does pay.
The county last year received nearly $71,000 for housing female inmates from Potter and Cameron counties. The county this year already has collected more than $21,000 from the two counties for providing jail space for their female inmates.
Stray cats are causing health problems for residents on Park Avenue in Kane.
CLEARFIELD â€” Bart Snyder of Olean, N.Y., who bowls out of Byllye Lanes in Bradford, took home top honors in the District 4 Gold Pin Club tournament held Sunday at Clearfield Lanes. 38 club members and guests, 27 boys and 11 girls, started the afternoon off with a three-game qualifying series with Ryan Mitskavich of DuBois being the tournament leader with a high game of 279 and a 673 series.
In a pro-business move, the Kane Planning Board voted 2-0 Monday to endorse a plan for a small engine repair shop in a residential zone.
Trustees for the Kane Volunteer Fire Department include, left to right, seated: Matt Rich, Dave Silvis (co-chairman) and Zach Holt (chairman); standing: Jim Davis, Bill Horton, Brian Nelson, Jim Greville and Milford Kearney. Trustee Tim Lehman was absent when the photo was taken.