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April 6th, 2014
BYRNEDALE â€“ Emergency responders battled a house fire late Friday night and into the early morning hours of Saturday at a house just off Log Cabin Lane in the area of 19850 Bennetts Valley Highway in Byrnedale.
BRADFORD â€“ Charges against a Bradford doctor for the alleged inappropriate touching of two young married women in his medical office have been "bound over" to McKean County Court.
Why hasn't the state reimbursed the Kane Area School District for a about a third of the cash it allocated for a 2008 school construction project?
Several stress-relieving ideas were shared Thursday at the 16th annual Women In Timber Luncheon at the Kane Country Club.
Sponsored by the Kane-based Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG), the luncheon is for women associated with the area timber industry. More than 35 attended the two-hour event.
RIDGWAY â€“ Elk County President Judge Richard Masson listened to several omnibus pretrial motions on Thursday during a hearing for Michael J. Stephanic Jr., 45, of St. Marys, who is currently incarcerated in the Elk County Prison on charges he allegedly shot and killed June Talmadge, 48, during a Sept. 3 incident in the parking lot of Eastern Sintered Metals.
ST. MARYS â€“ On Sunday the Dynamic Dance Competition Company (DDCC) is hosting a showcase featuring their 2014 season routines. There is free admission to the event being held at Elk County Catholic High School with a 2 p.m. curtain call.
There's a bumpy road ahead for Kane area motorists.
Streets and highways have numerous potholes, which literally shake vehicles that have no choice but to pass over them.
Under a long-standing agreement, Wetmore Township contributes $18,000 a year for fire protection by the Kane Volunteer Fire Department.
The Kane School District hopes to soon collect on a major "I Owe You" from the state Department of Education.
There will be a meeting for volunteers interested in helping with this yearâ€™s Kane Project Graduation on Wednesday, April 2 at the Kane Area High School. Organizers Linda Hearst, Robynn Boyer and Kelly Brinkley are looking for people willing to help set up, chaperone, clean up or collect door prizes.