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October 22nd, 2013
Chuck and Peg Kepler were honored at Saturday's 15th Annual Steve Jerman Memorial 5K Race and Two Mile Walk for "Fifteen years of dedication and service" to the event. More than 120 people registered to participate in the run or walk on Saturday. All proceeds from the event benefit the Steve Jerman Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Representatives from three area emergency organizations took part in Sundayâ€™s emergency vehicle driver training at the Kane Area High School parking lot.
A new unifying symbol designed to "galvanize greater awareness and action to end domestic violence and sexual assault" is gaining momentum.
Kane Area High School's parking lot was the site of an emergency vehicle operator training class on Sunday.
Members of the Kane and Mt. Jewett Police Departments sponsored a Stranger Danger assembly to the students of the Kane Elementary School on Friday. Co-Principal Jay Israel introduced Mt. Jewett Chief of Police Steve Hale, who made the presentation to the students.
Northwest Savings Bank, Itâ€™s Judiâ€™s Place, Anderson Cleaners and the Kane Area Community Center will launch Operation Overcoat on Saturday, Oct. 19.Â
Local filmmaker Sean Perry takes his latest step in his professional journey on Saturday night with the premiere of his latest film, "Alive and Unburied." This will be the fourth premiere Perry has held in his career, with the latest being last yearâ€™s "Diamonds are a Conâ€™s Best Friend."
Flickerwood Wine Cellars hosted the Kane Community Hospitalâ€™s Annual Report to the Community on Wednesday evening. KCH Board Member and Secretary Eric Ross called to order the meeting and turned the microphone over to hospital CEO Gary Rhodes.
Supporters of the Kane Cheer Boosters have been busy decorating the basement of the Kane Eagles Club in preparation for their Haunted House fundraiser. The Kane High Cheerleaders will be traveling to Myrtle Beach, S.C. in March to participate in a national competition and has begun fundraising to pay for the trip.
An affidavit of probable cause filed in Magisterial District Court 48-3-04 shows Kathleen S. Douglas, age 37, of North Tionesta Avenue, Kane, had "levels of the Schedule IV controlled substance Clonazepam (that) were several times greater than they should have been given the dosage prescribed" when she was involved in a fatal crash that killed six people.