Archive - Apr 2013 - News Article
ALTOONA â The Kane Lady Wolves track and field team traveled to Altoona on Saturday to take part in the Igloo Invitational. This was the first competition of the season for Kane, as their first two meets were cancelled due to weather. The girls came out strong, and gave one of the best early season performances that coach Jim Sirianni can remember.
JAMES CITY â Elk County Court Judge Richard Masson has been asked to make an appointment to fill a vacancy on the three-member Highland Township Board of Supervisors.
More and more Kane illegal drug-users are turning to âbath saltsâ to achieve a âhigh.â
Donations and fundraisers have helped the Kane Volunteer Fire Department purchase 3,000 feet of five-inch hose for new supply lines.
The Kane regionâs âlumber heritageâ is a key part of the Pennsylvania Wilds program.
The Kane School District next fall may reinstate an "activity bus" to transport students who participate in after-school activities such as athletics and clubs.
The American Red Cross Bloodmobile visited Kane earlier this week and collected 34 units of blood-- two more than the goal.
SMETHPORT â Former Kane resident Dustin Laurie is seeking the Republican nomination for McKean County treasurer in the May 21 primary.
JOHNSONBURG â Ken Spaich of Hazel Hurst has been selected as the "Logger-of-the-Year" by the Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG).
MT. JEWETT â A citizens group led by Frank Auriemmo is planning to hold a benefit Flea Market in July in Mt. Jewett.