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April 12th, 2015

State Route 120 first used by Native Americans  

April 12, 2015

The earliest makings of what is now state Route 120 (SR 120) was a trail used by North American Indians to cross the continental divide between the Susquehanna and Allegheny rivers, according to the Elk County Historical Society.
The western Pennsylvania section of the trail would have been established by the Erie tribe, a sub tribe of Indians who spoke the Iroquoian language but were destroyed and dispersed by the northern Iroquois for helping refugees from the enemy of the Iroquois, the Huron Indians, during the Beaver Wars, a battle over hunting grounds for the fur trade.

April 9th

Federal official hears plea for more ANF timber harvests

April 9, 2015

A key U.S. Forest Service official came to Kane to outline the agency's robust plans for building "a strong forest industry."
But the presentation Thursday evening failed to impress several local foresters, who claim the Forest Service is failing in its mission to maintain a sustainable Allegheny National Forest (ANF) in the Kane area.
"We're not cutting wood," Jack Hedlund of Kane said during a question-and-answer session at the biannual Roach-Bauer Forestry Forum at Kelly's Restaurant at Kane Country Club. 

Kane School Board holds monthly meeting in Mt. Jewett

April 9, 2015

MT. JEWETT – The Kane School Board held its regular monthly meeting at the Mt Jewett Fire Hall on Thursday evening. After opening the meeting, Board President Claire Ann Buckley thanked the Mt Jewett community for hosting the meeting and recalled when the board held meetings at the Mt Jewett Elementary School once a year.

2 donors reach milestones at Blood Drive in Kane

April 9, 2015

Two longtime donors reached milestones at the Red Cross Blood Drive held earlier this week in Kane.
Jim McCloskey of Kane hit the 18-gallon mark with his latest donation of blood. Leanna Schleicher of Kane reached the 11-gallon figure.
McCloskey and Schleicher are two of 29 donors at the Blood Drive. 
A total of 34 showed up for the blood drive at the First United Methodist Church in Kane. However, four were deferred for various reasons and another produced an insufficient unit.
See full article in the April 10 edition of The Kane Republican.

April 8th

Timber women hear talk on 'people side' of industry

April 8, 2015

The "people side" of the timber industry is a key in the successful management of a forest-related business.
Guest speaker Wendy Farrand stressed this point Wednesday at the 17th annual Women in Timber luncheon at the Kane Country Club.
More than 35 women attended the event hosted by the Kane-based Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG).
Farrand, a forest industry consultant from Limerick, Maine, said "leaders must have vision and the ability to get things done through processes and people."

Sun Air is flying high with sunny start at local airport

April 8, 2015

LAFAYETTE TOWNSHIP – Sun Air Express is off to a flying start as the new commuter airlines at the Bradford Regional Airport in Lafayette Township.
In a report Wednesday at a meeting of the airport authority, Sun Air Station Manager Ryan Dach said the airlines served 143 outbound passengers in March-- the first month of service.
Another 81 passengers arrived on Sun Air flights in March from the Pittsburgh International Airport, Dach said.
Because wintry weather conditions caused flight delays and cancellations in March, the initial figures are considered better than expected.

Kelly's restaurant at country club is open to public

April 8, 2015

Kelly's On The Green is the name of a new public restaurant that is occupying all dining room space, the bar and the patio at the Kane Country Club.
The restaurant opened this week and is serving lunch and dinner Monday through Saturday. Bar food will be available Sundays.
Kelly Martin of Bradford is the operator of the restaurant at Kane Country Club (KCC). 
She has operated Kelly's on Main Street in Bradford for the past six years. She had plans to operate both her Bradford restaurant and the second restaurant at the country club on Route 6 east of Kane across from the Family Drive-In.

April 7th

175 attend 47th annual Loggers Safety Meeting

April 7, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – A crowd estimated at 175 attended the 47th annual Loggers and Saw Millers Safety Meeting held Tuesday evening at the Johnsonburg Fire Hall.
The Kane Area Logging Safety Committee (KALSC) and the Kane-based Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG) hosted the meeting following a buffet dinner. 
It is the longest running logging safety meeting in the U.S.
The forum featured the presentation of the "Logger-of-the-Year" Award to Todd Smith of Smethport.

Roads main topic at Wetmore Twp. meeting

April 7, 2015

WETMORE TWP. – Upcoming paving projects and winter maintenance were major topics of discussion at Tuesday evening’s Wetmore Township monthly meeting. Supervisors Bill Ryding, Steve Dyne and Elaine Bodistow will be considering projects for this summer as the township heads into the final year of a five-year plan.

Judge Pavlock lauds community service program

April 7, 2015

SMETHPORT – Community service for offenders as an alternative to jail time is reaping benefits in McKean County.
This is the view of county President Judge John Pavlock, who outlined the 2014 community service program Tuesday for the McKean County Board of Commissioners.
Pavlock pointed out that criminal cases in 2014 hit the 798 mark. There were fewer than 500 cases in 2012, he said.

The Kane Area High School held its Third Annual Dodgeball Tournament on Thursday. The afternoon...
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