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March 24th, 2015

Seneca now seeks court injunction against Highland Twp.

March 24, 2015

JAMES CITY – Seneca Resources last month initiated a federal lawsuit against Highland Township over Seneca's proposed injection well.
Seneca now is seeking a "preliminary injunction" to prevent the township from stopping the injection well plan-- the conversion of a natural gas well into an underground disposal site for drilling wastes.
In a motion, Seneca is asking the federal court in Erie to issue an order to "immediately" block the township from "directly or indirectly interfering with Seneca's operations in conjunction with its planned" injection well.

Martin trial to begin Wednesday morning

March 24, 2015

RIDGWAY – With jury selection completed Tuesday afternoon, the trial of Nicholas Martin, 24, of Johnsonburg is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. today at the Elk County Courthouse.
Martin is charged in connection with the March 2013 stabbing death of 18-year-old Alyssa Forsyth.
He is alleged to have stabbed Forsyth, his then-girlfriend, inside his Johnsonburg apartment and then dumped her body in an area park where she was found two days later. He is charged with criminal homicide, two felony counts of aggravated assault and a misdemeanor count of abuse of a corpse.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Germanwings Flight 9525 Crashes in French Alps With 150 People Onboard

March 24, 2015

VIDEO OF THE DAY: Germanwings Flight 9525 Crashes in French Alps With 150 People
Onboard

An Airbus with 150 people onboard crashed in the southern French Alps on Tuesday,
officials said. The A320, operated by Lufthansa’s budget airline Germanwings, was
flying from Barcelona to Dusseldorf and went down in the Digne region of the
Alps-De-Haute Province, according to Reuters. There were 144 passengers, two pilots
and four crew members, Germanwings said. "We are sorry to confirm that flight 4U9525
is an accident," the airline said on Twitter. Helicopters spotted plane debris at an

March 23rd

Dilley charged in bath salts raid

March 23, 2015

Following a search warrant conducted March 5 at 122 Houston Rd., Jeremiah Adam Dilley, 35, of St. Marys, is charged with five felony offenses related to the possession, sale and distribution of alpha-PVP, a stimulant drug commonly known as bath salts.
According to police, Dilley was found in an upstairs bedroom of the home of Chelsea Ann Micale, 27, who was the primary suspect of the investigation.
During Micale's preliminary hearing, arresting officer Anthony Pistner of the St. Marys Police Department described Dilley "growling like an animal" after being cuffed.

Jury selection begins for Martin trial

March 23, 2015

RIDGWAY – Seven jurors were selected Monday from a pool of 110 for the trial of Nicholas Martin, 24, of Johnsonburg, who will stand trial for the March 23, 2013 stabbing death of his girlfriend, 18-year-old Alyssa Forsyth.
Martin is charged with criminal homicide, two counts of aggravated assault and one count of abuse of a corpse.
The selection process will continue Tuesday until the defense and prosecution narrows down a total of 14 jurors (12 main and two alternates) to hear the case. The trial is scheduled to commence immediately following jury selection.

Kathy Sluga is new secretary for Hamlin Township

March 23, 2015

HAZEL HURST – Kathy Sluga of Mt. Jewett is the new secretary-treasurer for Hamlin Township.
She replaces Nicole L. "Nickie" Wheatley Causer of Kane, who resigned in January. Sluga's starting pay is $12.56 per hour.
A 1979 graduate of Kane Area High School, Sluga is a former member of the Mt. Jewett Borough Council.
She attended Clarion University and the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. For eight years, she worked as the office manager at TRW Mechanical in Mt. Jewett.

March 22nd

AmeriCorps volunteers look to strengthen community

March 22, 2015

AmeriCorps members make our communities safer, stronger, healthier, and improve the lives of tens of millions of our most vulnerable citizens. AmeriCorps service isn’t just nice, it’s necessary, and its impacts are proven and measurable.
AmeriCorps are proud to introduce members who are making a difference in Kane Area School District: Janelle Gilmore and Rebecca Keller.
Gilmore has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh in early level education (PreK-4).

March 20th

Little dog is big hero in house fire in Mt. Jewett

March 20, 2015

MT. JEWETT – A barking Shorkie dog can be very annoying.
Thank God.
A little Shorkie is credited with saving the lives of a Mt. Jewett mother and her two young daughters when fire erupted Thursday night at their home.
The fire destroyed the two-story house at 44 E. Main St. owned by Aaron and Sarah Maynard Avenali.
But Sarah and her daughters-- Maya, 3, and Ada, 4,-- escaped from the burning house without injury.

Art show to pilot student art exhibit, competition in June

March 20, 2015

Art in the Wilds (AIW) is piloting a regional student artist exhibit and competition during its ninth annual outdoor fine arts show June 27-28 in Evergreen Park in Kane. 
In its first eight years, student artists from Kane Area High School exhibited their art at the show.
For 2015, the AIW committee has reached out to all 22 high schools (via their art teachers and administrators) in McKean County and its five contiguous counties – Cameron, Elk, Forest, Potter and Warren – to engage their top student artists to participate and compete.

VIDEO OF THE DAY: A Kid-Friendly 'Good Morning' Juice

March 20, 2015

VIDEO OF THE DAY: A Kid-Friendly 'Good Morning' Juice
Chef Curtis Stone makes a delicious juice your kids will love.

The Kane Varsity Competition Cheerleaders recently ended their season by attending Cheer LTD...
This years girls track team is made up of 29 athletes and while the team has talented girls at each...
The Kane boys high school track team will be trying for their fourth consecutive District 9 track...

 

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