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March 26th, 2013
Unpublished reports on Tuesday indicated that a body was found at Sandy Beach Recreational Park in Ridgway Township. Later, multiple State Police vehicles were witnessed at the corner of First and Spruce Streets in Johnsonburg. A press conference is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. tonight in Johnsonburg at the municipal offices.
No one was injured late Monday afternoon in a two-vehicle accident on Route 6 at Burning Well Road, about four miles east of Kane in Wetmore Township.
Kane resident Candi Lundgren checks out the other tables during Saturday's Kane Elementary PTO Easter Vendor Fair on Saturday.
Several criminal cases have been filed in Kane District Court. Information on the following cases is from official court documents.
The National Honor Society at Kane High School held a Winter Fun Night earlier this week for students at the Kane Elementary School.
The Kane High School baseball and softball teams were scheduled to open their seasons in three days.
"They better use orange balls," meteorologist Barry Lambert joked Thursday.
In this busy and hectic world, parents often don't find time to establish lines of communications with their pre-teen children.
Help is available.
A truck driver escaped injury Tuesday when the tractor-trailer he was operating flipped on James City Hill on Route 66 in Wetmore Township south of Kane.
Dozens of area residents, local officials and members of Elk County CARES [Citizens Advocating Responsible Environmental Stewardship] flooded the new township building located at 1537 Montmorenci Rd. during Tuesday's regular Ridgway Township Board of Supervisors meeting to express their concern over a Marcellus Shale gas extraction site located near the Ridgway Reservoir.
A "citizen appeal" will delay an attempt by the Kane Borough Sewer Authority to re-finance a loan.
The authority in October agreed to re-finance the balance of $5.9 million from a 1994 loan to rebuild the borough's two sewage treatment plants.
By taking advantage of lower interest rates and a shorter term, the authority expects to save at least $1.2 million in interest fees through 2034.