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January 19th, 2015

More input is given on Country Fair store in Kane

January 20, 2015

More input has been given on the proposed Country Fair store on Biddle Street in Kane.
The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) claims in a letter that the project is "exempt" from a requirement to "revise the official plan for new land development."
DEP said this determination is based in part on "sign-offs" from the Kane Borough Sewer Authority and the McKean County Planning Commission.
DEP said the store is expected to produce an estimated 600 gallons of sewage per day to be treated at the Kinzua sewage treatment plant in Kane.

Kane sewer authority elects officers for year

January 20, 2015

The Kane Borough Sewer Authority has elected officers for the year.
Acting at a meeting Monday, the authority re-elected Dave "Chip" Peterson of Wetmore Township as chairman.
Howard Kane, the president of the Kane Borough Council, was re-elected as vice chairman.
Kane Borough Manager Don Payne was elected as secretary.
Karen A. Walter, a Kane borough office employee, was re-elected as the recording secretary.

Boil water advisory continues in Mt. Jewett

January 20, 2015

MT. JEWETT – An advisory to Mt. Jewett residents to boil their water will continue at least through today and possibly into Wednesday.
This is the Monday report from Mt. Jewett Borough Council President Chuck Paar.
According to Paar, the borough is required by the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to "pass two tests" before lifting the advisory.

January 18th

Lutheran Home at Kane appoints director of nursing

January 18, 2015

KANE – The Lutheran Home at Kane (LHK) has appointed Erin Hammerbeck, RN, BSN, as the Director of Nursing (DON) for the facility. Hammerbeck began her tenure with the Lutheran Home as a registered nurse and supervisor in 2006. Prior to her promotion to DON, she held the position of Comprehensive Care coordinator.

January 16th

Snowplowing complaints fail to melt Kane foreman

January 17, 2015

Mike Beane has plowed snow for the borough of Kane for 38 years.
During his long career, he has heard annual criticism from residents and borough officials alike about the plowing of snow.
Beane, who has headed the borough Streets Department for the past five years, refuses to have a "melt-down" over the complaints.
"I take it all with a grain of salt," Beane said Friday in commenting on the snowplowing criticism aired Monday at a public meeting of the Kane Borough Council. "Every year, we hear complaints. If I let it bother me, I would have had a heart attack a long time ago."

Bradford man charged with murder in shooting death of his son-in-law

January 17, 2015

BRADFORD – A Bradford businessman is charged with murder in the shooting death of his son-in-law.
Stephen Daniel Stidd, 62, of 725 E. Main St., Bradford, is accused of criminal homicide in the death of Melvin Daniel Bizzarro, 43.
According to the criminal complaint filed with Bradford District Court Judge Dom Cercone, Stidd shot Bizzarro about 9:30 a.m. Friday behind Togi’s Restaurant at 412 E. Main St., Bradford.

Fire-damaged house in Kane is demolished

January 17, 2015

A fire-damaged house at 432 Tionesta Ave. in Kane was demolished Friday.
Brian Owens Excavating of Clearfield demolished the two-story house, which was extensively damaged  by a fire Nov. 7. Debris was hauled to the Casella landfill in Hutchins.
Holly Lubert Gausman is the owner of the house and property. She and her four children were not home when the fire erupted at the house at Tionesta Avenue at Maple Street in the borough.

Johnsonburg purchases new fire truck

January 16, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – Designated Engine Rescue 231, a new fire truck was delivered to the Johnsonburg Volunteer Fire Department on Thursday.
The new truck, which cost the department approximately $462,000, made its way from a factory in Ebensburg to Johnsonburg Thursday, giving the Johnsonburg Volunteer Fire Department six firefighting vehicles within its fleet.

January 15th

More information is needed on McDonald’s in Kane

January 15, 2015

A developer from Ohio reportedly still is interested in building a new McDonald’s restaurant at 300 N. Fraley St. in Kane.
However, an incomplete list of documents is holding up approval from the McKean County Planning Commission.
Speaking at a commission meeting earlier this week, Assistant County Planner Laura Lord said the developer has yet to provide a land survey with the required “professional” stamp.

Sean Perry Productions latest premiere set for Saturday

January 15, 2015

Picture a movie premiere, a grand old theater, lots of actors, friends and family of those involved. No, it’s not Hollywood or New York City, it’s Warren, where the latest Sean Perry Productions movie will premiere on Saturday night.
"The Homebodies" will be the highlight of a Sean Perry Productions triple feature held Saturday evening at Warren’s Struthers Library Theatre. The film is in the horror genre, a favorite of the writer/director, Kane resident Sean Perry.

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