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March 16th, 2012

James City woman is charged in theft

March 16, 2012

A James City woman has been charged with theft for allegedly using more than $3,400 in funds for the Highland Township Volunteer Department to pay personal bills.
Cindy Ann Hulings, 40, of 168 Maryland Ave., James City, is charged with two counts of theft by deception and one count of access device fraud, according to a criminal complaint filed with Johnsonburg District Court Judge George “Tony” King.
One of the counts is a felony, court records show.
Hulings faces a preliminary hearing in district court at 9 a.m. April 11, according to court information.

March 15th

Robert E. Smart

March 15, 2012

Robert E. Smart (Bob), age 58, a Stamford resident, passed away suddenly on March 12, 2012.
He was born on June 30, 1953, in Kane, the son of the late Robert Smart and Elizabeth (Betty) McKenna Smart. He is survived by his beloved son Nicholas R. Smart, sister Mary Smart Toth (Dave) of Hertford, N.C., sister-in-law Sheryl Smart of Edinboro, and his former wife Susan Valenzano Smart of Stamford. Several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews also survive. He is predeceased by his brother James Smart. 

E. Louise "Mickey" Campbell

March 15, 2012

E. Louise "Mickey" Campbell, 87, of 12 Water St. in Ludlow, died early Thursday morning, March 15, 2012 at The Lutheran Home at Kane, where she recently resided.
Born March 23, 1924 in Hublersburg, she was the daughter of Robert M. and Annie Mae Yarnell McCloskey. On April 14, 1946 in Lock Haven, she married William D. Campbell, who died Dec. 30, 1983.  She and her husband lived in Morrison from 1946 until 1964, when they relocated to Ludlow due to the construction of the Kinzua Dam.

Program on Kane’s wolves is set Saturday

March 15, 2012

It’s no surprise that Kane native Jim Sirianni became a high school history teacher.
The late Robert “Chief” Carson, a Kane teacher, heavily influenced Sirianni. And he listened to his tutor and has had a 36-year career as a history teacher at Kane Area High School.
“I’ve always been interested in history,” Sirianni said.
Sirianni not only teaches history. He has dug deep into the subject—especially on the local level.

Damage estimated at $75,000 in Kane fire

March 15, 2012

Damage is estimated at $75,000 in a late Wednesday night fire at a residence in Kane.
Tim Holt, chief of the Kane Volunteer Fire Department, said firefighters were called at 11:43 p.m. Wednesday for a fire at a residence at 118 Ash St.
Charles Johnson, the lone occupant of the residence, escaped without injury, Holt said. No injuries to firefighters were reported, Holt said.
Holt said the fire broke out in the basement of the one-story residence, which has an attached garage. There is extensive smoke and water damage to the home, Holt said.

March 14th

Frederick "Fritz" A. Zampogna

March 14, 2012

Frederick "Fritz" A. Zampogna, 96, of  314 Kearney St., Kane, passed away Wednesday, March 14, 2012, at his residence.    
Born Sept. 25, 1915, in Westline, he was a son of the late Joseph and Theresa Costerella Zampogna. On April 14, 1945, in Kane, he married Marjorie M. Bressler who survives.  
Fritz was a loving husband and father who enjoyed being around his family. He loved to cook, especially spaghetti and meat balls on Sundays. Additionally, he was an avid fisherman and enjoyed gardening and canning and eating hot peppers.   

David Pysnik

March 14, 2012

Beloved husband, father, grandfather and son David Pysnik, 65, passed away unexpectedly on Monday March 12.

James C. Nelson

March 14, 2012

James C. Nelson, 81, died Saturday, March 10, 2012, at his residence. He was the husband of Iris K. (Leas) Nelson, and the late Margery Nelson. He was born Oct. 21, 1930 in Kane, the son of the late Emil S. and Mabelle (Thomas) Nelson.

Seneca may dispose of brine in old Highland well

March 14, 2012

JAMES CITY – Seneca Resources is conducting a test to determine the feasibility of disposing of drilling brine fluids in an old gas well in Highland Township.
"The purpose of this test is to evaluate the potential of depleted sands as a means of disposing of produced brine from other Seneca wells," Doug Kepler of Seneca Resources said in a letter to Highland Township Supervisor Charlie Vaughn.
According to Kepler, the "injectivity test" is "strictly monitored" by the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Kane Marine carries 9/11 flag at tennis event

March 14, 2012

Kane native Marty Niklas is one of the U.S. Marines chosen to carry the special National 9/11 American flag during a ceremony last week at the BNP Paribas Open professional tennis tournament at Indian Wells, Calif.
Private First Class (Pfc.) Niklas is a 2011 graduate of Kane Area High School. He is the leader of his platoon based at the Marine base at 29 Palms, Calif.

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