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October 29th, 2014
A Warren man sustained minor injuries Tuesday when his vehicle crossed the centerline on Route 6 in Hamlin Township and side-swiped an empty Kane school bus.
Cameron A. McIntosh, 19, of Warren was traveling east on Route 6 at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday when he crossed a double yellow line while negotiating a right curve and side-swiped the westbound bus, State Police said.
After the impact, the vehicle slid into the south embankment of the highway.
SMETHPORT â Kane will receive $14,520 in federal funding for new energy-efficient doors for the truck bays at the Kane Fire Hall on Poplar Street.
Acting at a meeting Tuesday, the McKean County Board of Commissioners approved the grant for Kane in adopting the countyâs 2014 federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) allocation.
It is the only CDBG money for Kane this year.
FOX TWP. â An investigation continues into a fatal crash involving two trucks on Tuesday morning which shut down nearly three miles of state Route 255 in Fox Township for several hours.
The crash occurred at 10:20 a.m. Tuesday as a 2006 Kenworth tri-axle truck was traveling south on SR 255 when for an unknown reason left its lane of travel and crossed into the path of a 2011 Kenworth tractor-trailer, traveling north on SR 255.
Multiple emergency units responded to a head-on collision Tuesday morning on the Million Dollar Highway in St. Marys. More information is forthcoming.
Since October is âBreast Cancer Awareness Month,â many area women are reminded to make an appointment for their annual mammogram at Kane Community Hospital (KCH).
âMammograms can be used to check for breast cancer in women who have no signs or symptoms of the disease,â said Julie Laughner, the lead mammography technologist at the local hospital. âThis type of mammogram is called a screening mammogram. Screening mammograms usually involve two X-ray picturesâor imagesâof each breast. The X-ray images make it possible to detect tumors that cannot be felt.â
A Kane nurse is heading to Liberia to treat sick health care workers, including some who may have the Ebola virus disease.
Trisha Asel Wright of Kane is part of a team of 70-plus officers from the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps on the mission, according to Kate Migliaccio, master public health (MPH) with the federal Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health.
Family, friends and area residents paid tribute to deceased U.S. Marine Corporal Donovan Clancy Saturday afternoon with a Memorial Mass and Celebration of Life service with military Honor Guard detail.
The solemn ceremony was held Saturday at St. Leo Magnus Roman Catholic Church in Ridgway.
Fellow Marines as well as family and friends shared fond memories of the fallen Marine during the Celebration of Life service.
The only scrap dealer in Kane believes a proposed ordinance to regulate scrap sales would create unneeded burdens for his small business.
Jay Bednar, who operates Bednar Metals on Commons Alley in Kane with his father, John, said âpaperworkâ called for in the proposed ordinance would require the company to hire another person just to document and handle transactions.
McKean County District Attorney Ray Learn last month encouraged municipalities to adopt an ordinance that he contends would reduce metal thefts in the county.
KERSEY â The Red Fern in Kersey was the location of the latest of nine scheduled debates between the congressional candidates from Pennsylvania's 5th Congressional District, Democratic candidate Kerith Strano Taylor and Republican candidate Glenn 'GT' Thompson.
The debate, which featured questions that were previously submitted by the community, touched on issues of education, immigration, constitutional powers, health care, Ebola and energy in Pennsylvania.
VIDEO: Student opens fire at a Washington state high school
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: A student opened fire at a high school in Washington state on Friday, wounding an unknown number of victims before killing himself with a gun, the Seattle