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December 2nd

Area fugitive featured on 'America's Most Wanted'

December 3, 2011

KANE – Joseph William Chapman was featured on 'America's Most Wanted' this week. Authorities have been seeking the fugitive, who is wanted on charges of rape and sexual assault of minors, since he escaped from the McKean County prison on July 30, 2007, after walking away from a work detail. His prison uniform was found by a nearby stream, but he has eluded authorities and is now wanted on escape charges in addition to other charges against him.

December 1st

Kane police chief meets with council on budget

December 2, 2011

Kane Police Chief Brian Hillard met Thursday with the borough council to explain expenses in the proposed 2012 police budget and how he is attempting to make cuts.
The discussion on the Police Department budget took up most of the 105-minute workshop at the borough building along Bayard Street.
Another budget workshop is tentatively planned for next Thursday, Dec. 8 at 3:30 p.m. at the borough building. The forum is open to the public.

November 28th

Rendezvous moves to Main Street Ridgway

November 29, 2011

RIDGWAY – Plans are in the works for the 13th Annual Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous to be held in downtown Ridgway after the Ridgway Borough Council unanimously approved the proposal during their regular meeting.
Main Street manager Michelle Bogacki said, pending PennDOT approval, Main Street will be closed from Feb. 18-25 from Broad to Mill Streets to make room for the popular event.
"It's a win-win," Bogacki said. "The site never goes away and we can work with the retailers."

November 27th

3 killed in accident on James City hill

November 28, 2011

A part-time police officer for three Pittsburgh area communities was one of three men killed in a crash early Saturday morning on the James City hill on Route 66 south of Kane.
State police said the men were headed north in a pickup truck on Route 66 at approximately 1:30 a.m. when the vehicle traveled off of the east side of the roadway and struck a tree on James City hill in Wetmore Township near the border of McKean and Elk counties.
The vehicle hit two more trees before rolling over several times and landing on its roof, police said.

November 25th

Dr. Langille is retiring as physician in Kane

November 26, 2011

Dr. Ken Langille was quite happy practicing medicine as a physician in a small town in his native Nova Scotia, Canada.
This feeling of euphoria came to an unexpected end when the local hospital closed its doors.
Langille had to explore other options to continue to practice medicine.
“I decided to look around and see what’s available,” Langille said.
His search brought him to Kane and the Kane Community Hospital in 1994. He looked at other opportunities in the U.S. before finally deciding on Kane as his new home. He opened his practice in Kane on Oct. 10, 1995.

November 22nd

Ted Lutz

November 23, 2011

More than 75 came out on a cold rainy night to participate in the annual Thanksgiving Service sponsored by the Kane Area Ministerial Association.
The event, which included hymns, prayers and a sermon, was held at the newly-renovated St. Callistus Catholic Church along Chase Street.

Eagles Club has Thanksgiving for those in need

November 23, 2011

Kane area residents who have no place to go for Thanksgiving dinner are again invited to dine for free at the Eagles Club at Chase and Bayard streets in Kane.
Elderly and other persons confined to their homes also can contact the Eagles for "home delivery" of the dinners. Call 837-9422.
"We like helping people," Barb Gadley-Cheeks said in commenting on the annual Eagles' Thanksgiving dinner. "It's a very warm feeling when the people show up."
Persons who are alone or are in need can dine at the Eagles Club between 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday.

November 21st

Support is shown for higher tax increase in Kane

November 21, 2011

The Kane Borough Council last week endorsed a tentative 2012 budget that carries a property tax increase of 1.5 mills.
At least three council members now are supporting a tax increase of at least 4 mills.
Speaking at a budget workshop Monday, Councilwoman Janet Bard said she would "recommend" a tax increase of 5 mills-- nearly a 40 percent increase in borough taxes.
Councilmen Jim Salvamoser and Dennis Drost both supported a 4-mill tax increase-- and the elimination of one full-time officer in the Kane Police Department.

November 20th

Rapp leads service honoring Cold War veterans

November 21, 2011

WARREN – A service to honor Cold War veterans was held Saturday, Nov. 19 at the St. Joseph Church in Warren.
State Representative Kathy Rapp presented a ceremony as well as a luncheon, certificates and medals to honor the veterans. The Cold War was from Sept. 2, 1945 through Dec. 26,1991. 

Mt. Jewett station sees high opening-day bear harvest

November 21, 2011

MT. JEWETT – If the number of bears processed over the weekend at the bear check station located at the Mt. Jewett Fire Hall in McKean County is any indication, hunters are meeting with quite a bit of success in their quest to bag a bruin this year.

The Kane Lady Wolves hosted the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders on a rare Saturday soccer game....
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The Kane Tornado Pony and Pee Wee teams traveled north last Saturday to take on the Bolivar-...

 

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