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April 2nd, 2014
There's a bumpy road ahead for Kane area motorists.
Streets and highways have numerous potholes, which literally shake vehicles that have no choice but to pass over them.
Under a long-standing agreement, Wetmore Township contributes $18,000 a year for fire protection by the Kane Volunteer Fire Department.
The Kane School District hopes to soon collect on a major "I Owe You" from the state Department of Education.
There will be a meeting for volunteers interested in helping with this yearâs Kane Project Graduation on Wednesday, April 2 at the Kane Area High School. Organizers Linda Hearst, Robynn Boyer and Kelly Brinkley are looking for people willing to help set up, chaperone, clean up or collect door prizes.
âNow they were bringing even infants to Him that He might touch them. And when the disciples saw it, they rebuked them. But Jesus called them to him, saying, âLet the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.ââ - Luke 18:15-17
WILCOX â For one young couple living in Wilcox, months old wounds from every parentsâ worst nightmare may be beginning to heal.
Kane natives and longtime friends Sam Cummings Jr. and Tom Jones are embarking on a joint business venture-- the first of its kind in the area.
Having the same name as a famous clown has caused Ronald McDonald of Kane to bear the brunt of many jokes over the years.
RIDGWAY â House Bill 1701 may be the answer to a lot of problems throughout the area.
The legislation aims to create a rural community college pilot program serving an 11-county region of northwest and north central Pennsylvania.
The DDCC of April School of Dance in St. Marys recently attended the Starquest dance competition in Pittsburgh.
SMETHPORT â McKean County is finding that crime does pay.
The county last year received nearly $71,000 for housing female inmates from Potter and Cameron counties. The county this year already has collected more than $21,000 from the two counties for providing jail space for their female inmates.