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February 6th, 2015

Funds for new Kane Fire Hall doors rejected

February 7, 2015

The borough of Kane won't be receiving anticipated federal aid for new energy-efficient doors for the truck bays at the Kane Fire Hall on Poplar Street.
Borough Manager Don Payne said Friday that the application has hit a snag and has been rejected.
Acting on behalf of the Kane Volunteer Fire Department, the borough submitted a request for $14,520 in funds for the doors to cut heating costs.

February 5th

9-day ‘boil water’ advisory finally lifted in Mt. Jewett

February 6, 2015

MT. JEWETT – For more than a week, Mt. Jewett residents have been thirsting for a reprieve from a “boil water” advisory that went into effect Jan. 28.
It finally came Thursday afternoon.
Brett Morgan, the state-certified operator of the borough water system, said the advisory finally was lifted after four water samples met required criteria set by the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).

21 donate at Red Cross Blood Drive in Kane

February 6, 2015

A total of 21 units of blood were collected Monday at the American Red Cross Blood Drive in Kane.
The Red Cross Blood Center from Buffalo held the Blood Drive at the First United Methodist Church in Kane.
The goal for the day was 40 units. Harsh winter weather is blamed for the lower than normal turnout for the Blood Drive.
Erin Paulson of Kane was a first-time donor at the site.

Kane school superintendent comments on forfeit issue

February 6, 2015

Bob Gaetano, superintendent of the Kane Area School District, commented Thursday on a forfeit loss involving the high school girls basketball team.
The forfeit Tuesday came at the game in Brockway.
With 2:39 left to play, Kane coach Dave Kiehl pulled the Kane team off the court. Brockway was leading 51-32 at the time.
"In his heart, coach Kiehl felt he was acting in the best interests of the girls," Gaetano said.
According to a parent who was at the game, Kiehl was worried about the "safety" of the team and did not want to risk injury to the girls.

Kane Players’ production to have 3 performances

February 6, 2015

The Kane Players will present the play “The Loathsome Lady” next Thursday, Friday and Saturday Feb. 12-14.
In cooperation with the Kane Historical Preservation Society, the performances will be held on stage at the Thomas L. Kane Memorial Chapel on Chestnut Street. All performances will begin at 7 p.m.
Tickets for the performances now are on sale only at SMP pharmacy at Haines and Fraley streets. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

February 4th

Plans dropped for McDonald's Restaurant in Kane

February 5, 2015

Plans have been dropped for the construction of a McDonald's Restaurant in Kane.
A developer from Ohio intended to build the restaurant at 300 N. Fraley St. at the site of the Mountain Motor Sports in Kane.
However, the developer announced in emails Tuesday that the project would not move forward.
"I am sending you this email to inform you that our client has decided not to proceed with construction of the McDonald's in Kane," Brian L. Searcy said in an email obtained by the Kane Republican. 

Kane cosmetology student is 2nd in competition

February 5, 2015

LaDawn Silvis, a Kane High School senior, is very emotional when it comes to her passion-- cosmetology.
She is one of more than 30 Kane High students to attend trade courses at the Career and Technical Center in Port Allegany.
When Silvis was selected to represent the entire center at the recent SkillsUSA cosmetology competition in New Castle, she said she was "so excited I cried."

February 3rd

Marilyn Blackmore is named as Citizen-of-the-Year

February 4, 2015

Marilyn Blackmore is a founder and chairman of Kane's largest annual attraction-- the Art in the Wilds held in June each year at Evergreen Park.
The Kane Chamber of Commerce has recognized her tireless volunteer efforts for the event by naming her as its Citizen-of-the-Year.
She will be honored at the Chamber banquet to be held Thursday, Feb. 19 at the Kane Fire Hall.
The Chamber has selected Dyne Excavating as its Business-of-the-Year. Steve Dyne and his wife, Kerri also will be honored at the banquet.

Wetmore supervisors set policy for cellphones

February 4, 2015

The Wetmore Township Board of Supervisors met Tuesday to discuss a variety of topics such as road materials, road projects and road salt.
But the longest discussion at the 55-minute meeting covered the use of three cellphones assigned to the road crew.
The township spends $112 per month for three cellphones for use by full- and part-time workers in the road department.

Two plead guilty in bath salts ring

February 4, 2015

RIDGWAY – Two of the four co-defendants charged in August 2014 in a criminal conspiracy for the sale and distribution of alpha-PVP, the drug commonly known as bath salts, pleaded guilty Monday to charges at Elk County Court.

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