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May 28th, 2015

State legislators discuss budget issues at AHUG dinner

May 28, 2015

KERSEY – The Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG) held its annual dinner Thursday which featured a legislative panel discussion with some of the area's various state legislators.
The panel discussion featured a question-and-answer section that focused strongly on the upcoming state budget and how it will impact the timber industry.
The first question that was asked of the legislators was a request to know where the state's budget process currently sits.
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See full article in the May 29 edition of The Kane Republican.

Memories of a World War II Army Nurse

May 28, 2015

Carolyn (Peg) Hoffman Coulter, 92 of Kane was recently interviewed by Steve Appleby, director of the Eldred World War II Museum about her experiences as a nurse in World War II. There is a three-ring binder in her name which is now a part of history and will remain in the museum.

KHS holds 3rd annual dodgeball tournament

May 28, 2015

The Kane Area High School held its Third Annual Dodgeball Tournament on Thursday. The afternoon finals pitted two-time runner-up Super Troopers against the Wolves of Ball Street in a best of three series. The Super Troopers won the title 2-1 to take the championship. Members of the Super Troopers were juniors Andy Bundy, Shane Rolick, Tyler Rolick, Chris Udovich, Jake Shrubb and Hunter Yasurek.
Event coordinator Todd Silfies said approximately $700 was raised at the event. Proceeds from the day will be donated to Kane Area Revitalization Enterprise’s Amphitheater project.
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May 27th

Col. Lisa Forsyth is Kane commencement speaker

May 28, 2015

U.S. Army Col. Lisa Forsyth, a native of Mt. Jewett, will be the speaker for the Kane High School commencement on Friday, June 5 at 7 p.m. at the school auditorium.
A 1983 graduate of Kane Area High School, Forsyth is the daughter of Ellen Forsyth of 19 Anderson St., Mt. Jewett, and the late Jerry Forsyth.
Her siblings include Julie Boyer of Kane, a first-grade teacher at the Kane Elementary School; Susan Todd of Florida; and the late John Forsyth.
Forsyth said "it's quite an honor" to be chosen as the commencement speaker for her high school alma mater.

Survey shows support for non-motorized trail

May 28, 2015

MT. JEWETT – Most respondents in a survey favor a non-motorized trail over the 3.4-mile rail corridor between Mt. Jewett and the Kinzua Bridge State Park.
Matt Benson of Hamlin Township gave a report on the survey Wednesday at a meeting of an informal group that has been promoting the proposed trail.

Route 6 hiker/author to speak Saturday library

May 28, 2015

Kane area residents with good memories may remember Joe Hurley, a retired newspaper reporter who hiked through the area back in 2004. Hurley trekked U.S. Route 6, the length of the United States, beginning at Cape Cod, Mass. and ending at Long Beach, Calif.
He stopped in Kane on Wednesday, May 12, 2004 and after spending the night at Almost Heaven Bed & Breakfast on Edgar James Street, said of the area, “Northern Pennsylvania is a wonderful place.”

Kane superintendent honored by his former school

May 28, 2015

Bob Gaetano, the superintendent of the Kane Area School District, made quite a favorable impression at his previous employer-- the Loyalsock Township Middle School.
The school near Williamsport has dedicated its 2014-15 yearbook as a tribute to Gaetano. He served as principal at the school for five years before becoming the Kane superintendent in February.

Kane High honors its student athletes at annual awards ceremony

May 27, 2015

The Kane All Sports Boosters Club held its annual awards ceremony Wednesday evening in the KHS auditorium. Longtime track and field and football coach Jim Sirianni was inducted into the club’s Hall of Fame while James Lingenfelter and Taylor Morgan were named Kane High’s Male and Female Athletes of the Year. Taking home Scholar Athlete Awards were Emily Truden, Tyler Blankenship and Dillon Mattis.

Kane High seniors awarded scholarships at annual ceremony

May 27, 2015

A number of seniors were presented with scholarships at Wednesday evening’s Kane All Sports Boosters Club Award Ceremony. In addition to the scholarships, the awards for the annual Outstanding Male and Female Athletes of the Year, the Scholar Athletes of the Year and Coach of the Year were presented.
James Lingenfelter and Taylor Morgan were named Kane High’s Male and Female Scholar Athletes of the Year. Lingenfelter lettered in football (3), baseball (4) and wrestling (4), while Morgan was a three-year letter winner in volleyball and a four-year letter winner in basketball.
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May 26th

Explanation given for loss of Kane Fire Hall aid

May 26, 2015

SMETHPORT – More restrictive guidelines by the state Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) are blamed for shooting down federal aid for a Kane Fire Hall project.
Following a public hearing, the McKean Redevelopment and Housing Authority last year approved $14,520 in federal CDBG money for new energy-efficient garage doors at six bays at the Kane Fire Hall on Poplar Street.
The allocation for Kane was included in the county application for CDBG money through the state DCED.
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See full article in the May 27 edition of The Kane Republican.

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