November 2nd, 2012
Pictured are members of the Kane Wolves football team breaking the banner before the first football game of the season, against Sheffield. Nine games later, the Wolves are 6-3 and in the District 9 Class AA playoffs. Kane will be either the second or third seed, but will play the Brookville Raiders regardless of seeding, at a place to be determined.
Silas Plants (left) and Lexie Haight (right), both kindergarten students at the Kane Elementary School, remind area residents to turn their clocks back one hour when they go to bed tonight. Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. Sunday.
Dressed in Western outfits that included cowboy hats, more than 50 participated Friday in the Church Women United program.
FOXBURG â The Kane Lady Wolves lost to the A-C Valley Lady Falcons on Thursday night in the second round of the District 9 Class A playoffs.
On Thursday, Nov. 8, everyone will have an opportunity to see renowned local artist and woodturner, Jack Northrop, at Friends' Memorial Public Library at 7 p.m.Â Mr. Northrop will demonstrate his talent turning several small bowls and possibly, a pen, in the Al Forman Meeting Room downstairs in the library.
The Kane Lady Wolves had to wait an extra day to begin the District 9 Class A volleyball tournament but proved they haven't lost a step in a three-game sweep against Brockway.
The streets were filled with ghost, vampires, flower pots, lions and much more on Wednesday night as the children of Kane celebrated Halloween by Trick-or-Treating.
The 4-year-old class at Kane Community Preschool celebrated Halloween in style. All the children dressed in costume, had a Halloween scavenger hunt and played lots of spooky Halloween games.
âHurricane Sandyâ brought high winds and heavy rain to the Kane area Monday night.
For most, however, uprooted trees and power outages appeared to be the only damage and inconvenience caused by the Halloween-time hurricane nicknamed âFrankenstorm.â
Kane area residents are heeding the advice of weather experts and are stocking up on necessities as the wrath of âHurricane Sandyâ bears down on the region.