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August 4th, 2014

Kane School Board OKs hire of 2 full-time positions

August 4, 2014

The Kane Area School Board of Directors met in the school’s middle school auditorium on Monday evening for a special meeting. On the agenda were discussions regarding the hiring of a board secretary, school psychologist, technology support position and the district’s next superintendent.

VIDEO: Penn State Starts Training Camp

August 4, 2014

VIDEO: Penn State Starts Training Camp

VIDEO: Steelers’ night practice draws thousands to Latrobe Memorial Stadium

August 4, 2014

VIDEO: Steelers’ night practice draws thousands to Latrobe Memorial Stadium

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August 3rd

'Time Capsule' vault dedicated at closing ceremony

August 3, 2014

The closing ceremony Sunday for the Kane Sesquicentennial celebration featured the dedication of a vault for the Time Capsule at the Kane Depot.
Scott Morgan, the chairman of the Time Capsule project, said families and organizations have until December to take part in the project or add to their existing envelopes.
The 8x12-inch envelopes-- each up to one inch thick with pieces of memorabilia-- will be sealed inside a concrete vault added along the courtyard at the Depot. 

August 1st

'Giant' Kane Sesquicentennial parade is slated today

August 1, 2014

The Kane Sesquicentennial celebration this week has drawn large crowds for various entertaining events.
But this great attendance doesn't compare with the huge turnout expected today for the "giant" 70-unit parade.
Beginning at 1 p.m. today, the parade will line up near the Central Towers on Greeves Street.

July 31st

Opening ceremony is held for Kane Sesquicentennial

July 31, 2014

Mother Nature is smiling on Kane.
Skies brightened just in time Thursday for the opening ceremony for the Kane Sesquicentennial celebration.
The 45-minute ceremony on Field Street at Fraley Street featured the crowning of Miss Sesquicentennial Delaney Oertly, Junior Miss Sesquicentennial Lily Deane, Prince Jacob Menteer and Princess Madyson Wilson.
Other awards also were presented at the ceremony.
Brittany Collin and Shane Stevens are the parents of 5-month-old Swayze, the winner of the Baby Contest.

July 30th

Opening ceremony is tonight for Kane Sesquicentennial

July 31, 2014

The week-long Kane Sesquicentennial celebration moves into full swing tonight with the opening ceremony at 5 p.m. on Field Street.
Sue Holt, chairman of the Sesquicentennial Committee, will be one of the speakers at the ceremony.
The program will feature an original Ted Johnson song about Kane.
The Shade Tree Commission also will be dedicating the 150th new tree to be planted for the Sesquicentennial.

2 General Kane swords displayed at chapel

July 30, 2014

Carol Kane Simerly of Payson, Ariz. has provided two of General Thomas Kane's swords for display at the Kane Memorial Chapel.
"They belong in Kane," Simerly said Wednesday in explaining why she sent the swords to Kane in a special delivery by the United Parcel Service (UPS).

July 29th

Author to speak on Thomas L. Kane’s link with Mormons

July 29, 2014

Thomas L. Kane—who founded our town 150 years ago—has gone down in U.S. history as the leader of the Bucktails during the Civil War, the force behind the building of the Kinzua Viaduct and many other notable achievements.
He also is known for his support for not-so-popular causes of the time such as the Mormons.
According to author Matthew J. Grow, Kane is recognized as “the most important non-Mormon” in the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints—the Mormons.

Student documentary seen on 'big screen' at drive-in

July 29, 2014

There's a lot of talent in the student body at the Kane Middle School.
This was evident Tuesday at the showing of a documentary entitled "150 Years: A Student Journey" at the Family Drive-in on Route 6 east of Kane.
The 47-minute documentary-- produced by students during their recess over the past two summers-- depicts much of Kane's history. The showing of the video at the "big screen" at the drive-in is part of the week-long Kane Sesquicentennial celebration.

The Kane Cross Country team lost to Elk County Catholic but defeated Brockway on the Wolves course...
The Ridgway Lady Elkers won the first game of Tuesday’s volleyball match in Kane rather handily, 25...
It was a tale of two halves for the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen in their match against the Kane...

 

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