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Beautiful weather greeted over 5,000 people who came to Kane for the Seventh Annual Art in the Wilds juried fine arts show. The crowd converged in Kaneâ€™s Evergreen Park on June 22 and 23 to browse and buy from the creative offerings of 39 juried artists, to visit with friends and enjoy tasty treats from multiple food vendors.Â
I am often asked the question at art shows or when Iâ€™m speaking on photography, if Iâ€™m ever worried about being attacked by the wild animals I photograph. I tend to just laugh it off with a joke or tell the audience that has never even occurred to me when Iâ€™ve been out in the wild. After all, Iâ€™m just a photographer, Iâ€™m invincible. This train of thought changed dramatically for me on the afternoon of July 9, 2013.
The Kane Area School District has scheduled a "Parent Informational Meeting" for next Tuesday, Aug. 6.
The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. at the Kane Middle School auditorium.
Employees of Sekula Sign Corporation rehang the Goodwill Store sign on Tuesday afternoon. A crane was used to hang the sign in place before the workers secured it. The building was painted last week by John Carlson David Kibbie and Paul Kibbie.
An administrative decision to lengthen the school day for all Kane students has spawned parental questions and concerns.
Congressman Glenn "GT" Thompson (R-5) was in Elk County for a brief luncheon at the Red Fern on Monday afternoon with community representatives and elected officials. During that time he spoke briefly on some of the pressing matters he is involved with in Washington, D.C., among them H.R. 5, the Student Success Act, which would reform the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), which is also commonly known as No Child Left Behind.
RUSSELL CITY â€“ No one was injured early Saturday morning when a tractor-trailer truck left Route 948 near Russell City and rolled on its side.
A proposed Kane Area School District channel on the local Comcast cable television system won't become a reality in the near future.
There is a feeling of family in the air when visitors stop by Camp JJ. There is good reason for that as a number of the volunteer counselors have been back year after year. In the case of Mona Novak, there are three generations of her family helping out at the yearly gathering at the Highland Christian Camp.
LANTZ CORNERS â€“ It's happening every day.
A large company opens a new store and right away people project the worst for a similar small business nearby.
This is the scenario at Lantz Corners.