February 6th, 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.
The Kane Lady Wolves came out a little flat and the DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals kept fighting before Kane hit some crucial free throws at the end of the game to seal the win, 38-34.
Kane fought out early on that the Lady Cardinals were here for a game. The LadyÂ Wolves seemed to have the game under control but the scrappy LadyÂ Cardinals kept inching their way and only trailed 25-23 after three quarters. They were able to limit Kane to only two field goals and one free throw in the third period.
A new plan has been proposed for student pickups at the Kane Elementary School at afternoon dismissal.
Under the plan suggested by School Principal Linda Lorenzo, names of students who are regularly picked up after school will be printed on cardboard placards. Parents will be asked to display the placards inside their vehicle windshields when they arrive at the east parking lot to pick up their children.
A school staff member carrying a two-way radio will be stationed outside near the driveway at the parking lot.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Gov. Tom Corbett professed his early spring preferences just prior to Punxsutawney Phil's 126th annual prognostication early Thursday morning at Gobbler's Knob, but as history has shown, the Seer of Seer relies on nothing else except than his own instinct.
The result, as read by Vice President Mike Johnston: "As I look at the crowd of Gobbler's Knob, many shadows do I see; so six more weeks of winter it must be."
When asked if he was pleased with Punxsy Phil's prognostication, Corbett replied, "No. Now we've got to get PennDOT ready."
While there's plenty of room for improvement, it appears Kane schools are doing a good job in meeting the educational needs of the community.
This point was made Thursday during the presentation of progress reports by the school district's three building principals-- Linda Lorenzo, elementary school; Jim Fryzlewicz, middle school; and Jeff Kepler, high school.
The school board's Curriculum Committee heard the reports during its public meeting in the conference room at the District Administration Office along Hemlock Avenue. No one from the public attended the open forum.
Curtis L. Carlson, 86, of 1319 East Main St., Bradford, passed away, Thursday, Feb. 2, 2012 at The Bradford Regional Medical Center.
Born July 2, 1925, in Bradford, he was a son of the late Wallace andÂ Olive (Alexis) Carlson. He was a 1943 graduate of Bradford High School.
On March 6, 1943 he enlisted in the United States Army and served in Central Europe, Rhineland, ROME-ARNO and Southern France with the Battery A 747th Field Artillery Battalion, he was honorably discharged on Dec. 23, 1945.
On May 3, 1947 inÂ Bradford he married Margaret L. (Washburn) Carlson who survives.
Kane girls basketball picked up a 59-35 road victory over Ridgway Wednesday night at Ridgway Area High School.
The Lady Wolves (14-5) were led by a trio of double-digit scorers. Kaila Jamerson led Kane with 19 points while Audrey Perry finished with 17. Nerissa Rich finished with 14 points, eight in the fourth quarter.
The Lady Elkers (0-18) hung around with the Lady Wolves for the first three quarters as Kane held a 40-30 lead entering the final eight minutes.
Christine Schauer hit a field goal early in the quarter to cut the margin to eight.
Undefeated Ridgway scored an easy 64-33 win Wednesday over Kane.
Prior to the start of the game Kane honored seniors Pete Sirianni, John Bedford and Tyler Laurie.
When the game got started the Kane Wolves played maybe their best first quarter of the year as they held the high-powered Ridgway Elkers in check and trailed only 11-10.
The Elkers' continual pressure got to Kane and they were able to get things in gear and scored 53 points the other three quarters to ease their way to victory.
See full article by purchasing the Feb. 2 edition of The Kane Republican.
Acting on the same day the county-borough tax bills arrived in the mail, the Kane Borough Council voted 5-0 Wednesday to adopt a "final" 2012 budget that carries a 1.5-mill increase in borough property taxes.
Council President Howard Kane joined with Councilwomen Janet Bard and Holly Harris and Councilmen Dennis Drost and Bill Tunall to endorse a "revised" tentative budget adopted last month.
Councilman John Gentilman did not attend the meeting, but has previously cast ballots against any tax hike.
Harold Hallberg has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the Kane Borough Council.
The council voted 5-0 Wednesday to pick Hallberg to replace the late Councilman Jim Salvamoser, who died unexpectedly in December. The Kane Chamber of Commerce honored Salvamoser last week as its "citizen-of-the-year."
Council President Howard Kane joined with Councilwomen Holly Harris and Janet Bard and Councilmen Dennis Drost and Bill Tunall to approve Hallberg for the council seat. Councilman John Gentilman did not attend the meeting at the borough building along Bayard Street.