August 7th, 2015
VIDEO: Trump Jolts First GOP Debate
A combative Donald Trump, the billionaire businessman-turned-presidential candidate, jolted the first Republican debate of the 2016 campaign, leaving his onstage rivals to compete for attention.
Youth football players in Kane take part in drills at the former Chestnut Street Elementary School field to prepare for the coming season.
Week of August 6, 2000
District Justice Opens New Office
Magesterial District 48-3-04 in Kane has moved to its new office at 116 Fraley St. District Justice Michael Kennedy hosted an open house for professionals who work in the court system.
Hedlund to be inducted into AU Sports Hall of Fame
Jack Hedlund, Kane native and longtime administrator at KAHS, is a 2000 inductee to the Alfred University Sports Hall of Fame. The 1965 Alfred University graduate lettered in football, basketball and track and was a standout lineman for the football team and a record holder in the shot put.
In a scene familiar to Kane Wolves' football fans, Jamie Lingenfelter dives to trip up a New York state ball carrier in Saturday's Don Raabe Big 30 Classic. Lingenfelter and teammates Andrew Peterson, John English, Ryan Swanson and Dillon Mattis were selected to represent the Wolves on the Pennsylvania All-Star team. New York won the contest 44-8.
This week's Take Me Back Tuesday picture comes from the 2000 Hurri-Kane. In this yearbook photo, Nadia Diboun, Julie Wagner and Barbie Powell are pictured with Special Olympic athletes at the annual meet in Kane.
Events for week
(All events open to the public)
Monday, Aug. 3-- Red Cross Blood Drive, noon to 6 p.m., First United Methodist Church, Kane.
Monday, Aug. 3-- Mt. Jewett Borough Council, 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Aug. 4-- Wetmore Board of Supervisors, township building, Spring Street, 7 p.m.
Wednesday, Aug. 5-- Kinzua Bridge Forum, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., Mt. Jewett Fire Hall.
Thursday, Aug. 6-- Kane School Board workshop, 6:30 p.m., administration wing conference room.
Saturday, Aug. 8-- "Wings Over Bradford," 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Bradford Regional Airport, Route 59, Lafayette Township.
Should college football add 64 teams to the playoffs?
A rare blue moon will appearÂ tonight althoughÂ it is unlikely that it willÂ actually appear blue. The name applies to a second full moon inside a single calendar month. The last one was in August 2012 and the next will not occur until 2018. If it does appear blue, it is possible and has happened, it will be becauseÂ the light is being filtered through air borne particles.
Stackpole Starts Moving Out â€śNew Productionâ€ť Equipment from Plant 2
A strike at Stackpole passed the five month mark in mid-July. With talks between management and labor continuing, never-used equipment is â€śbeing moved out, piece-by-piece, still in the crates in which it was shipped.â€ť A picture of a tractor trailer backed up to the Poplar Street plantâ€™s loading doors accompanied the article.
Increase Tuition at 14 State Schools
Tuition will be increased this September from $750 to $800 per semester at 13 of the Pennsylvania state colleges and Indiana University of Pennsylvania.
Dillon Mattis, a 2015 Kane High graduate and Wolves' football standout, kicks off during Big 30 practice last week in Kane. Mattis and four of his Wolves' teammates will be playing in the 42nd Annual all-star game this Saturday in Bradford. Pre-game festivities begin at 6 p.m. with kickoff slated for 7 p.m. Mattis and the rest of the Pennsylvania all-stars will have another practice in Kane on Tuesday night from 6-8 p.m.