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December 9th

Krieg will keep sheriff's office open

December 9, 2012

With the Elk County sheriff's department reportedly facing a projected budget deficit of approximately $9,000 and the board of commissioners unwilling to cover the monetary figure, sheriff Jeffrey C. Krieg said Sunday night that he, along with chief deputy Theresa Merritt, will be working "until all this is settled."

Trimming trees along Route 66

December 9, 2012

A crew is taking advantage of unusually mild early December weather to begin work to trim trees along Route 66 in the Allegheny National Forest south of Kane. The falling branches from the trimming are put through a “chipping” machine on the berm of the road. The wood chips are deposited on the forest floor. One-lane traffic is maintained with the use of automated electronic signals instead of human “flaggers.”

December 7th

Santa Claus leaves 'gifts' for Salvation Army shoppers

December 8, 2012

Shoppers at the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Kane will receive free gift certificates—courtesy of an anonymous Santa Claus.

None injured in truck accident on Route 66

December 8, 2012

RUSSELL CITY – Miraculously, no one was injured Friday morning when a box truck collided with a trailer hauling a crane on Route 66 just west of Russell City in Elk County.

December 6th

Eckstrom is elected as school board president

December 7, 2012

Stephanie Eckstrom is the new president of the Kane School Board.

Kane’s 150th committee’s Kane-opoly sold out

December 7, 2012

People interested in purchasing copies of the Kane’s 150th Kane-opoly game are too late.

December 5th

Environmental issues cloud fate of Kane industrial site

December 6, 2012

Environmental issues are clouding the fate of the former Kane Magnetics complex at 700 Elk Ave.

December 4th

Highland Township Water and Sewer Authority will try to stop injection well

December 5, 2012

The Highland Township Water and Sewer Authority decided at their regular monthly meeting to seek the help of an outside organization to stop a proposed injection well. Regular authority business was taken care of in a matter of minutes but the meeting lasted nearly 90 minutes with the majority being a teleconference call with Ben Price of the Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund [CELDF].

Ladies at SMP special night

December 5, 2012

These three women look over Christmas decorations Tuesday at the SMP Gift Shoppe Ladies Night Out at the store at Fraley and Haines streets in Kane.

December 3rd

Ridgway Record editor earns Keystone Press Award

December 4, 2012

In the past five years, The Ridgway Record and The Kane Republican Editor Joseph Bell has acclimated himself to the community by covering everything from news to sports, and throughout those experiences has formed relationships with a wide variety of individuals and organizations. These bonds led Bell to pen numerous commentaries, three of which were recently recognized as Keystone Press Award winners from the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association (PNA).

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