Archive - News Article
March 6th, 2014
The Kane Area Industrial Development Corporation (KAIDC) plans to develop the former Kane Magnetics complex at 700 Elk Ave.
The first step in utilizing the buildings for industrial development calls for a cleanup of contaminated groundwater at the 17-acre site.
JAMES CITY â€“ A state agency is cutting off monthly pension payments to former Highland Township Supervisor Charles Vaughn.
The pension of $332.92 per month for Vaughn has been paid by the Trustees Insurance and Retirement Services-- part of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS).
Tickets now are on sale for the Kane High School musical-- "Bye Bye Birdie."
Mary and Scott Dinger's three children enjoy the Shrove Tuesday Pancake Dinner at the Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church on Greeves Street in Kane. The happy diners are, left to right: Emilie, 10; Patric, 7; and Mollie, 8. The Lutheran Men hold the dinner to raise money for a Seminary Student Scholarship Fund. The Northwestern Pennsylvania Synodical Lutheran Men in Mission sponsors the fund.
The Success For All (SFA) educational program is offered in Kane and more than 1,000 other schools in the U.S.
When the program was featured last month on a national internet radio show, the host had just one school representative-- Kane Elementary School Principal Linda Lorenzo.
MT. JEWETT â€“ At least two private companies have expressed an interest as potential buyers of the Mt. Jewett Borough Water System.
Furthermore, there appears to be unexpected interest in the purchase of the Mt. Jewett Regional Sewer System.
Julie Boyer, a first grade teacher at the Kane Elementary School, reads to her class Monday as the school celebrates "Read Across America." Four of the class members include, left to right: Austin Campbell, Elizabeth Castina, Riley Hazen and Joey Simons.
MT. JEWETT â€“ The independent supermarket on East Main Street in Mt. Jewett has a new name.
LUDLOW â€“- The James Uber American Legion Post 489 in Ludlow is continuing its fundraising campaign to build a Hamilton Township Veterans Memorial near the back gate of Wildcat Park off Route 6.
Nearly $18,000 has been raised to date, according to Bill Blauser, a Purple Heart recipient and commander of American Legion Post 489.
RIDGWAY â€“ Of all the intricate pieces of artwork throughout the 15th annual Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous, one particular piece sitting on Court Street has stood out to many passersby throughout the week.
The carving masterpiece, created by Mark Bosworth of Massachusetts, features a young girl with angel's wings embracing the neck of a horse. It is a memoriam piece paying tribute the late Amanda Putney of Royalston, Mass., who died in a December 2012 car crash.