Archive - 2013 - News Article
This scene from the Kane High School musical "Guys and Dolls" features band members for the "Save A Soul Mission." Anna Stanko (folding hands) portrayed a lead role of Sarah Brown, head of the mission. Stanko sang several solos and received loud applause from the audience.
Final performances ofÂ â€śGuys and Dollsâ€ťâ€”the Kane High School musicalâ€”are set for tonight at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. in the middle school auditorium.
Tickets are available at the Kane Middle School entrance off the parking lot on the west side of the building on Hemlock Avenue.
JAMES CITY â€“ Brenda Emer was first diagnosed with breast cancer in July of 1997. Her son John was three years old, her daughter Allison, only two. While still getting a handle on her own illness, Brenda found out that John had Type I Diabetes.
There's a lot of talent among the student body at Kane Area High School.
This was evident Thursday night at the premiere of the school musical "Guys and Dolls."
JAMES CITY â€“ Two environmental groups are supporting the Highland Township Board of Supervisors in its attemptÂ to block a proposed "injection well."
JAMES CITY â€“ A contest for a six-year term as supervisor appears set in Highland Township.
According to the Elk County Board of Elections, Jim Wolfe of Russell City has filed petitions to seek the Democratic nomination for supervisor in the May 21 primary.
The deteriorating condition of the Kane High School swimming pool left the school board with a major dilemma.
The school district could either undertake major renovations or eliminate the pool.
SMETHPORT â€“ One down and one to go.
The McKean County Board of Commissioners voted 3-0 Tuesday to approve a new three-year contract with the 15 union workers at the county 911 emergency center.
HAZEL HURST â€“ A delay in obtaining right-of-way easements could delay work for the proposed Lantz Corners Sewer District.
"Young Lungs At Play" signs soon will be erected at Kane borough parks, which are now "tobacco-free zones."
The Kane Borough Council voted 4-2 Monday to adopt a policy that bans cigarette and cigar smoking, chewing tobacco and snuff in borough parks.