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August 22nd, 2014
As a long time hunter, Mary Hosmer recognizes the connection between the loss of habitat and the loss of the game species she loves.Â Tackling this issue head-on, Mary has worked tirelessly to create high-quality Young Forest habitat for the last fifteen years.Â â€śI always told myself when I retired that I was going to do all I could to help restore Young Forest to northern Pennsylvania.Â Young Forest habitat has undergone a 70% decline in the last 30 years across the eastern United States, and Pennsylvania mirrors that decline. As a hunter, you feel it in the loss of game.â€ť
Gary Ziegler has resigned from the Kane School Board.
The surprise announcement came earlier this week in a letter to the school board.
"I am choosing to resign from my position on the Kane Area School District Board of Directors effective immediately," Ziegler said in his letter. "I do not have the desire to continue serving as a director."
Ziegler is the fifth member of the volunteer nine-member school board to resign in the past eight months.
PORT ALLEGANY-- Jenna Martin, a 2005 graduate of Port Allegany High school, will leave in September for a year-long Mission Trip, referred to as â€śThe World Raceâ€ť by "Adventures in Missions." the Atlanta based church-affiliated mission group that organizes and facilitates such opportunities for interested young people.
The Kane Volunteer Fire Department responded to a mutual aid call at 5 a.m. Thursday at the Sheffield Fire Hall.
Engine 56 and nine firefighters responded to the call.
The Kane firefighters were asked to "stand by" in Sheffield while Sheffield firefighters assisted at a fire in Clarendon.
MT. JEWETT â€“ "It's a red-letter day in McKean County."
This is the message from Linda Devlin, who joined with state dignitaries Thursday in the ground-breaking ceremony for the long-awaited Visitors Center at the Kinzua Bridge State Park near Mt. Jewett.
Devlin, executive director of the Bradford-based Allegheny National Forest (ANF) Visitors Bureau, has played a major role in building state and local support for the project.
Pittsburgh's Action News 4's Amber Nicotra has the latest on the charges expected to file possession of marijuana charges against Steelers running backs Leâ€™Veon Bell and LeGarrette Blount. Bell will also be charged with driving under the influence by Ross Police.
A search Sunday in the area of Glenwood Park in Kane failed to locate a possible missing man.
The Kane Police Department and the Kane Volunteer Fire Department conducted the search from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday.
About 20 volunteer firefighters took part in the search, Kane Fire Chief Tim Holt said.
Several criminal cases have been filed in Kane District Court.
Information on the following cases is from official court documents.
*Branden Michael Doty, 19, of 311 W. Main St., Smethport, is charged with theft and receiving stolen property for allegedly taking a video game and headset valued at $100.
The victim is listed as Chad Allen Luff. The alleged theft took place Saturday at 149097 Route 6 in Hamlin Township.
State Police Trooper Andy Dalton filed the charges, which include criminal trespass. The defendant allegedly entered a private road owned by Foster Township.
Classes in the Kane Area School District won't resume until Tuesday.
But the IU-9 pre-school program-- now located in a vacant classroom at the Kane Elementary School-- already is underway.
A total of 24 area children between the ages of 3 and 5 attend the pre-school program, which features a morning session from 7:45 a.m. to 10:45 a.m. and an afternoon session from 11:45 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. There are 12 children in the morning session and 12 children in the afternoon session.
A Kane woman sustained minor burns Tuesday afternoon when she attempted to douse a grease-fed fire in a propane gas grill.
Jackie Cecchetti suffered burns on both forearms as she tried to put out the fire in the grill on the wooden deck at the rear of her residence at 228 Holman St., Kane.