June 19th, 2012
Students taught by Debbie Lenaway may see their teacher more often outside the classroom than in school.
Lenaway spends much of her spare time watching her students perform in concerts or in sporting events such as Little League baseball or youth soccer.
âI sit with the parents in the bleachers,â Lenaway said. âOf course, I have to cheer for players on both teams on the field.â
Pamela Marie Sherwood, 50, of 405 Haines St., passed away Sunday, June 17, 2012 at her residence.
Born March 8, 1962, in Bradford, she was a daughter of Robert and Joan Boore Robinson.Â On Oct. 18, 1985, in Bradford, she married David Sherwood who survives.
Mrs. Sherwood, a wife, mother and homemaker was a member of the Eagles Club in Kane.
The "Zero Sort" program offered by Casella Waste Systems has led to a 30-percent increase in recycling in Kane, a company spokesman said Monday.
Stephanie Runser, the general manager of the Olean, N.Y. Hauling Division that includes company bins in Kane, Smethport and Bradford, said "Zero Sort" is popular because residents no longer need to separate their recyclables.
She said Kane area residents are encouraged to deposit plastic bottles, aluminum cans, cardboard and paper in any one of the six recycling bins in Kane.
Despite a smokey fire early Saturday, Corban's Temple Roller Skating Rink in Kane is open on its usual schedule.
Lori McClain who owns the business with her husband, Ivan, said Monday that skating would be held Wednesday at the "usual" time of 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
She said the rink also would be open for its weekend schedule---Â 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and noon to 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday.
The rink also accepts bookings for private parties on Tuesdays and Thursday, McClain said.
There once was a time when many priests led a secluded life and stayed "home" within their own church.
They said daily and Sunday Mass and tended to the spiritual needs of their parishioners. But they seldom took part in civic activities outside the church.
The Rev. Philip A. Pinczewskiâfondly known as âFather Philââis part of a growing breed of priests and other religious leaders who are taking a very active role in the community.
Patrick Anderson of Kane isnât resting on his laurels after winning the pole vault for the second consecutive year in the state championship track and field meet.
He set the Class AA record by clearing 15 feet, 11 inches in the state meet.
Anderson, who holds the Kane school record at 16 feet, 4 ÂŸ inches in the pole vault, is setting his sights on lofty goalsâeven a shot at a future Olympics.
âRight now, Iâm trying to clear 17 feet in a meet,â Anderson said. âIâve done it in practice.â
Bonnie M. Harris, 89, formerly of 711 Smithfield Ave. in Kane, died Wednesday morning, June 13, 2012 at The Lutheran Home at Kane, where she resided.
Born Aug. 11, 1922 in Duhring, she was the daughter of William D. and Myrtle K. Krise Herron.Â
Mrs. Harris was an assembler for Stackpole Corp. in Kane for 25 years, thenÂ was a nurse's aide at Sena Kean Manor in Smethport for five years.
She was a member of the former Order of the Eastern Star in Kane.
JAMES CITY â The Highland Township sewage enforcement officer (SEO) has expanded his services to include work under the new stormwater management ordinance.
In a letter discussed Wednesday at a meeting of the Highland Township Board of Supervisors, SEO Russ Braun of St. Marys said he now is a "certified" stormwater inspector.
"This certification meets the requirements for me to perform municipal reviews and inspections of stormwater management activities as required by the recently adopted stormwater ordinance." Braun said in his letter to the supervisors.
LUDLOW â The South Hillside Avenue bridge in Ludlow is considered a âhigh priorityâ for maintenance.
This is the label listed for the bridge in a report from inspectors for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).
Hamilton Township, owner of the bridge, now is under the gun to make repairs as early as this month, according to the report.
C.C. Johnson & Malhorta (CCJM), an engineering firm from Camp Hill, issued the critical report after inspecting the bridge that crosses Two Mile Run.
South Hillside Avenue is near the Ludlow Post Office on the west end of town.
After diagnosing Terika Schleicher with spastic diplegic cerebral palsy, doctors believed she would never be able to walk because the neurological condition would negatively affect both of Schleicherâs arms and legs.
The doctorsâ worries didnât stop there.
Because of a stroke before her birth, a portion of Schleicherâs brain wasnât able to form correctly. Instead, an arachnoid cyst grew to take the place of the damaged tissue. Doctors werenât sure if she would ever be able to talk or attend a regular school.