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February 9th, 2012

Mt. Jewett to enforce parking rules

February 9, 2012

MT. JEWETT – The Mt. Jewett Borough Council plans to enforce regulations that ban parking on Main Street (Route 6) between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m.
Parking on both sides of the street is banned during that time to facilitate snow removal during the winter months.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has asked the borough to enforce the parking ban on Main Street.
Council discussed the issue earlier this week at its meeting at the borough building.
Council President Chuck Paar is asking residents to “abide” by the parking regulations on Main Street.

Kane Manufacturing to buy Chestnut Street school

February 9, 2012

The Kane Manufacturing Corporation (Kane Screens) has submitted a high bid of $100,002 for the purchase of the former Chestnut Street Elementary School in Kane.
The school board voted 8-0 Thursday to accept the offer for the building, which closed following the 2009-10 school year.
Board President Dave Westerburg joined with board members Dick Coleman, Mark Paup, Larry Lamping, Stephanie Eckstrom, Ed Kocjancic, Gary Ziegler and Ken Kane in approving the sale. Board member Harry Steele did not attend the meeting at the middle school auditorium.

February 8th

Seneca Resources to process oil, gas wastewater

February 9, 2012

JAMES CITY – Seneca Resources is planning a project to process oil and gas wastewater in Highland Township.
In a letter to the Highland Township Board of Supervisors, Seneca said it is planning to "install and operate a zero liquid discharge concentrator" that would "process oil and gas wastewater."
The site for the unit is located in the vicinity of Seneca's Marcellus Shale natural gas wells on State Game Lands near Owl's Nest in a remote section of Highland Township.

Stink is aired over James City garbage issue

February 9, 2012

JAMES CITY – It only takes a few bad apples to ruin the quality of life in a community.
This is the case in James City where some residents reportedly are allowing their garbage to pile up outside their homes rather than pay for garbage collection.
A stink over uncollected garbage was aired Wednesday at a meeting of the Highland Township Board of Supervisors at the township building in James City.

Blood donor reaches 18-gallon milestone

February 9, 2012

Louise Schmidt reached the 18-gallon milestone Monday when she donated blood at the American Red Cross Bloodmobile stop at the First United Methodist Church in Kane.
She has donated blood for many years.
A total of 27 full units of blood were collected during the six-hour Bloodmobile visit at the church's Barlett Hall. The goal was 28 units.
Judith M. Haight of Ludlow, the volunteer chairman of the blood drive, said 30 would-be donors showed up to give blood. However, three were rejected due to medical reasons.
Paul Huckabone of Kane was a first-time donor at the Bloodmobile stop.

February 7th

Kane Lady Wolves down Brockway Lady Rovers

February 8, 2012

The Kane Lady Wolves found the going tough in the first quarter as a scrappy Brockway team was able to create turnovers and keep Kane from scoring easy buckets but the home team eventually earned a 52-37 win.
Kane held a slim 2-point lead after the first quarter. The second quarter would prove to be much better as Kane was able to break the pressure defense and have a big 18-point quarter and take a 12-point lead into halftime.

Meeting set on 3-year plan for Evergreen Park

February 8, 2012

A community meeting is planned for Thursday, March 1 on a three-year plan for improvements at Evergreen Park in Kane.
The meeting is slated at 6:30 p.m. at the Kane Area Community Center on Fraley Street.
A group known as the “Friends of Evergreen Park” will conduct the public meeting along with members of the Kane Borough Council’s Parks Committee.
Dick Bly, chairman of the “Friends” group and a former Kane borough councilman, said the public would be asked for input on the proposed three-year plan for the park.

Officials oppose controversial sections of national defense act

February 8, 2012

RIDGWAY – Elk County Commissioners on Tuesday adopted a resolution Tuesday proclaiming their opposition to two controversial sections of the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012.
Officials said Tuesday that the sections in question, Sections 1021 and 1022, "as proposed, in limited circumstances," allows an American citizen to be "detained by our own United States government and by our Armed Forces" and detention "could last without trial until the end of the hostilities currently authorized by the authorization for use of military force."

February 6th

Adventures of a wildlife photographer

February 7, 2012

I’m often asked, being wildlife photographer, do I hunt? The answer is yes. In fact, I’ve hunted since I was sixteen. I can’t say that I’m a great hunter, but through the years I’ve been fairly accomplished. In the last ten years or so, I’ve been highly successful hunting with a camera, and not so with a gun. I think the reason for this is because I get so focused (pardon the pun) on getting that perfect picture, that I pay significantly more attention to everything that is going around me whenever I have a camera in hand.

Isabelle Marie Nicklas

February 7, 2012

Isabelle Marie Nicklas, 91, a resident of the Warren Manor Nursing Home, Warren, formerly of Kane, died Sunday morning, Feb. 5, 2012 after an extended illness.
She was born May 16, 1920 in San Antonio, Texas to the late Tiburcio and Louisa M. Cardona. She was employed as a housemaid for private residences. She was of the Catholic faith.
Isabelle is survived by numerous cousins.

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