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May 6th, 2014
MT. JEWETT â A public forum on "Synthetic Drugs" is scheduled Thursday, May 22 at 7 p.m. at the Mt. Jewett Fire Hall.
MT. JEWETT â Two private companies made offers Monday to acquire the Mt. Jewett water system.
FOX TWP. â A bridge on a private driveway across from Blooms Road in Fox Township collapsed Monday afternoon under the weight of a logging truck crossing over Little Toby Creek.
The Kane High School gymnasium was transformed into a classic dance club for the annual prom Saturday night.
Seniors Andrew Zuzek and Sonya Struble were selected as the prom âKing and Queen.â
ST. MARYS â U.S. Rep. Glenn âG.T.â Thompson (R-Pa. 5) visited the U.S. Army Reserve Center in St. Marys Saturday morning both to express appreciation to service members and to discuss the recent proposal of the Obama administration to downsize the military.
"Worship Through the Arts" was the theme of the program Friday for Kane Church Women United.
A major catastrophe was miraculously avoided Thursday in Kane when an alleged drunk driver in a pickup truck rammed a natural gas regulatory station on Oak Street.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Punxsutawney-based Pennsylvania State Police, in conjunction with Jefferson County District Attorney Jeff Burkett, announced Wednesday at a press conference the issuance of 18 drug-related arrest warrants for offenders from Jefferson County and the surrounding area.
A gas line on Oak Street was punctured Thursday in a reported automobile accident, according to multiple sources. Parts of Kane were reportedly evacuated as part of precautionary measures.
A new business soon will be operating in a vacant building at 210 S. Fraley St. at the corner of East Hemlock Avenue in Kane.
The Kane Zoning Hearing Board voted 3-0 Wednesday to grant a special exception in the zoning law for the operation of the business in a residential zone.