April 25th, 2013
JOHNSONBURG â Search warrants issued in the investigation into the murder of a Ridgway teen reveal key insights into what evidence police were looking for, and what they found, as they worked to tie their primary suspect, her 22-year-old boyfriend, to the killing.
Harry R. Anderson, 81, of 620 Maple St., passed away Thursday, April 25, 2013 at his residence.
Born Feb. 11, 1932, in Kane, he was a son ofÂ Fred V. and Ruth M. Engborg Anderson.Â On Sept. 18, 1953, in Kane, he married Martha Smith who survives.
Mr. Anderson was an electrician for Corning Glass in Bradford, retiring in 1990.Â He was a member of the Kane Elks #329, the V.F.W. Lodge #1132 and the Wilcox Sportsmen's Club.
The Kane boysâ track team finally got to run a meet in some decent weather conditions and took full advantage, defeating Johnsonburg on their home track by a score of 91-59.
Charges against a Mt. Jewett couple for allegedly withholding food from their three adoptive children have been bound over to McKean County Court.
JOHNSONBURG â The man charged with murdering a Ridgway teen and dumping her body in a remote, swampy corner of an area park was in District Court Wednesday where a preliminary hearing saw charges of criminal homicide, aggravated assault and abuse of a corpse upheld against him.
The Kane Lady Wolves softball team had to wait nearly a month from the official start of the PIAAâs spring season to play their first game at home. Unfortunately for the home crowd, the game wasnât worth the wait. Although the weather was beautiful, the Lady Wolves played their worst game of the season and ended up losing to Brockway 14-0.
SMETHPORT â Four McKean County employees are playing âmusical chairsâ as they switch from one job to another.
A Ridgway couple face drug charges following a traffic stop Monday afternoon on Route 321 near the entrance of Kane High School.
The Kane School Board's Finance and Operations Committee met Monday to review a proposed 2013-14 budget calling for a .35-mill increase in property taxes.
The Kane girlsâ track and field team had a fantastic day despite the lousy conditions on Saturday to win the title of the Kane Invitational. The Lady Wolves finished the day with 114 points, outdistancing Johnsonburg, who had 77.5 points, and Brookville, who took third with 72.