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April 14th, 2014
The Kane Borough Council agreed Monday to seek bids for the paving of sections of four borough streets.
HAZEL HURST â€“ Guy Raught of Hazel Hurst has resigned as a member of the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors.
He submitted his letter of resignation Monday at a board meeting at the township building in Hazel Hurst. The resignation is effective today.
Steve Timpano recently presented a check to Bill Bloom, a longtime volunteer and current member of Friendsâ€™ Memorial Public Library Board of Directors, for the Libraryâ€™s annual fund drive.
Steve is the president of the Kane Lions Club, which has always been extremely generous, not only to the library, but to many other organizations and needy individuals in Kane and the surrounding area.
The Kane Volunteer Fire Department has many fundraisers during the year to generate needed revenue for its operation.
The next benefit planned April 26 requires only a little time from Kane area residentsâ€”not money.
The Kane School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Thursday night in the Kane Middle School auditorium.
Timber management-- including harvests-- isn't a priority for most of the 738,000 private forest owners in Pennsylvania.
Instead, they say they treasure their woods for solitude, enjoyment, hunting and wildlife.
JAMES CITY â€“ Highland Township has received more support in its fight against a proposed injection well for the disposal of drilling waste fluids.
Kane area residents responded to the call for blood Monday by participating in the American Red Cross Bloodmobile visit at the First United Methodist Church in Kane.
JOHNSONBURG â€“Tom Carlson of Kane is following in the footsteps of his father, Art.
Both have been in the logging business their whole lives. And both have been honored as the logger-of-the-year by the Kane-based Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG).
SMETHPORT â€“ A Mt. Jewett couple accused in a nationally-publicized child-starving case have been sentenced to serve time in the McKean County Jail.