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January 5th, 2014

MacDonald welcomed as new president of ECCSS

January 5, 2014

ST. MARYS – A special meet-and-greet was held at Elk County Catholic High School on Sunday evening to welcome newly appointed Elk County Catholic School System (ECCSS) President Sam MacDonald.
MacDonald takes over the role from interim president Mary Agnes Marshall, and is the school system's second president, filling the position vacated by Fr. Michael Ferrick.

January 3rd

United Fund campaign needs help to meet goal

January 4, 2014

The Kane Area United Fund is appealing for additional community support to meet its annual fundraising campaign that aids 19 health and human-service agencies.

United Fund campaign needs help to meet goal

January 4, 2014

The Kane Area United Fund is appealing for additional community support to meet its annual fundraising campaign that aids 19 health and human-service agencies.
"We're at 72 percent of our goal of $38,000," United Fund Board President Jennifer Macey said. "We need more help from our residents and businesses to reach our goal."

Johnsonburg Rams roll over Kane Wolves

January 4, 2014

Last year’s PIAA runner-up Johnsonburg showed Friday night’s crowd in the Wolves Den that the 2014 version is a darn good team. The Rams ran out to a big lead early and rolled to a 69-30 win.

Kane regroups for 47-38 win over Ramettes

January 3, 2014

JOHNSONBURG – The Kane Lady Wolves squandered an early 12-point lead Friday night and allowed the Ramettes to get back into the swing of things by halftime but a resilient Kane squad regrouped with a key run in the third quarter to clinch a 47-38 road win in Paper City.
"We are quick and we have a lot of speed but sometimes it's just not under control," said Kane head varsity girls basketball coach Dave Kiehl following the win. "That's what happens, some turnovers and defensive lapses and [Kocjancic] had a decent amount of her points during that spread so that's what was killing us."

Linda Kay Wolbert

January 3, 2014

Linda Kay Wolbert, 71, of Shippenville, died on Friday morning, Jan. 3, 2014, at her home surrounded by her family following a courageous battle with cancer.
Linda was born on Dec. 17, 1942 in Kane, to the late Virgil and Ernestine Hallberg.
She was the beloved wife of Francis J. Wolbert Sr., with whom she was married to for 51 years.
Linda retired from the Marienville Pharmacy. She enjoyed reading, spending time with her family, and shopping with her granddaughters.
She was of the Catholic faith.

January 2nd

Kane area to see coldest temperatures in 20 years

January 2, 2014

Today's frigid temperatures are just a "pre-game warmup" for a "deep freeze" coming next week.
"Some of the coldest air in the last 20 years will be spreading over the Kane area," John LaCorte said Thursday.

Hamlin Twp. secretary vote is disputed

January 2, 2014

HAZEL HURST – A dispute has developed over the selection of a new secretary-treasurer for Hamlin Township.
The township Board of Supervisors acted at a special meeting Monday to hire Nicole L. "Nickie" Wheatley Causer of Hazel Hurst for the position.

Kane man certified in bank security

January 2, 2014

WARREN –  Stephen Westerburg, security manager of Northwest Savings Bank, has earned his certification as a Community Bank Security Professional through the Pennsylvania Association of Community Bankers.

January 1st

County faces lawsuits on forest land values

January 1, 2014

SMETHPORT – McKean County is facing several lawsuits for taking alleged illegal action to increase assessments on properties with forest lands.
The Collins Pine Company (Kane Hardwood), perhaps the largest owner of forest lands in the county, is one of the appellants.

JOHNSONBURG – Johnsonburg junior Kevin Benson (24 points) and senior Zane Hodgdon (15 points)...
The Kane Lady Wolves’ basketball team knocked their second consecutive opponent from the unbeaten...
The Kane Middle School wrestlers came home with the championship trophy from last Saturday’s...

 

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