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November 11th, 2013
HAZEL HURST â There's no increase in the proposed 2014 budget for Hamlin Township.
Supervisors Don Compton, Guy Raught and Joni Britton voted Monday for a tentative budget that calls for $304,162.70 in expenditures.
The Hamilton Township supervisors made some personnel decisions concerning the townshipâs sewer plant at Mondayâs regular monthly meeting.
KEATING TWP. â A Smethport man died in a fatal one-vehicle crash late Sunday night on state Route 6 in Keating Township, McKean County.
The Curriculum Committee of the Kane Area School District Board of Directors met on Monday evening in front of nearly two dozen citizens in the Kane Middle School Library.
An overflowing crowd honored Kane area veterans on Sunday during the annual tribute to veterans at the First United Methodist Church.
After Captain J Scott Parisella performed âOld Soldierâs Prayerâ as a prelude, those in attendance were entertained with a song by the Youth Bells and Chime Choir, assisted by veterans Captain Kathy Long and Specialist 4 John McAlee.
LUDLOW â Despite frigid temperatures and snow in the air, ground was broken Friday for the Hamilton Township Veterans Memorial.
It was a fitting time for the ceremony because Veterans' Day will be observed Monday.
Election Day this week was a big event for John Ball of Kane, who won election to a seat on the Kane School Board.
But Ball could not celebrate his victory in Kane because he was in New Jersey for the funeral of his father.
A look at unofficial results of Tuesdayâs election shows that the âBand of 4â won most of the 10 precincts in the race for four seats on the Kane School Board.
The unofficial winners for four seats on the school board include Susan Grolemund, Claire Ann Depto and Linda A. Andersonâall write-in candidatesâand their endorsed ballot nomineeâJohn Ball.
SMETHPORT â There were tense moments Wednesday morning after a call to the 911 center reported a bomb had been planted in the McKean County Courthouse in Smethport.
In a fitting tribute honoring fallen firefighter Blaine E. "Skeeter" Wildnauer, Jr., of Kersey, a solemn procession was held Wednesday morning which included dozens of fire departments from four counties.
Wildnauer, 58, died Saturday morning in the line of duty while responding to a traffic crash on the Old Kersey Road. A lifelong resident of the area, Wildnauer dedicated 40 years of service to the Fox Township Volunteer Fire Department.