The Smethport Hubbers defeated the Kane Wolvesâ wrestling team 39-28 in dual meet action in the Wolvesâ Den on Tuesday night. The Hubbers won seven matches on the mat and received a forfeit at heavyweight to earn the win against the Wolves.
Kane Borough Police Chief Brian Hillard is seeking a review of school security measures.
Staff members in the Kane Area School District are urged to "reach out to all of our students" and make sure they know "there is more good in this world than evil."
Donna Mae Guiffrida, 79, of 28 Long Alley, Ridgway, and formerly of Wilcox, died Tuesday morning, Dec. 18, 2012 at Kane Community Hospital in Kane following a short illness.
She was born July 1, 1933 in Kane, daughter of the late Paul A. and Kathryn Weidert Dickinson.
She resided in Wilcox most of her life. She had lived a short time in Jamestown, N.Y.
She graduated from Wilcox High School in 1951 and from Jamestown Business College.
She was a member of St. Anne Church in Wilcox. Her favorite thing was spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
The Smethport Hubbers used 30 points by Zach Smith to help propel them to a 63-44 win over Kane in the Wolvesâ Den on Monday night. Smith, a preseason D9 All-Star, lived up to the billing as the Smethport senior scored on drives to the hoop, on offensive rebounds under the basket and nailed a few threes to complete his second consecutive 30-point night.
Kane Hardwood has a major impact on the local economy.
This point came across loud and clear Monday in a public presentation to the community by Ned Karger, the land manager at Kane Hardwood.
American flags are flying at half-staff at Evergreen Park in Kane and at the Kane Armory (left background) to show respect for the victims of the massacre at an elementary school in Connecticut.
The Kane Elementary School held a forum Thursday to make parents and students aware of the problems with âbullying.â
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders rebounded from a Wednesday night loss to Johnsonburg with a resounding 47-32 win over the Kane Lady Wolves. Kaneâs only lead of the night came after the gameâs first basket. ECC coach Ken Pistnerâs squad outscored the home team 13-1 the rest of the first quarter on their way to the victory.
The Elk County Catholic Crusader basketball team picked up their first victory of the season in front of a home crowd on Friday night as they defeated the Kane Wolves 66-48 at the ECCHS gymnasium.
The Crusaders led 16-11 at the end of the first quarter, 32-23 at the half, and 48-31 at the end of the third quarter.