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September 26th, 2013
Parents had the opportunity to meet with teachers and visit student classrooms Thursday at the open house program at the Kane Elementary School.
A grant program has enabled the Cummings Funeral Home of Kane to donate $500 to the Kane Area Community Center.
According to scanner reports from Thursday afternoon, local authorities have responded to an area referred to as Cemetery Hill in Brockway in response to multiple shots being fired.
According to WJAC-TV, "a state police spokesperson in Harrisburg confirmed one state trooper was injured in what was described as an 'ongoing situation' on Cemetery Hill Road."
Scanner reports also stated that area schools were on lockdown.
Please exercise caution in this area.
Further details will be released when they become available.
Members of the unbeaten Kane High School football team ride on hay wagons Wednesday for the Homecoming Parade on Fraley Street. A tractor from Detrick Farms of Wetmore Township pulls the wagons. It was a perfect autumn evening for the parade, bonfire and Pep Rally.
Following a collaborative effort between the state's Department of Community and Economic Development [DCED] and Partnerships for Regional Economic Performance [PREP], officials at North Central are looking to better connect with the business community moving forward.
SMETHPORT â€“ Joe DeMott confirmed Tuesday that he will not seek re-election to another four-year term as a McKean County Commissioner.
SMETHPORT â€“ By a rare split vote, the McKean County Board of Commissioners acted Tuesday to approve the paving of lots primarily used by employees at a Route 6 complex.
The wooden skate/bike ramps at Glenwood Park in Kane are expected to re-open once an insurance contract is finalized.
The Kane Borough Council voted 5-0 Monday to accept a quote of $12,375 for annual insurance for the youth facility.Â
MT. JEWETT â€“ A crowd of 10,000 Sunday set a one-day attendance record at the 18th "Fall Festival" at the Kinzua Bridge State Park near Mt. Jewett.
Following a private executive session Monday, the Kane Borough Council voted 4-1 to approve the appointment of Tom Kase and Del Cleer to fill two vacancies on council.