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August 25th, 2013
Attendees at the American Spirit Aviation Festival at the St. Marys Municipal Airport on Saturday likely saw Civil Air Patrol members from both the Clarion and Warren squadrons assisting with the operation of the event and also manning an information booth to spread the word about the organization as St. Marys will soon be getting its own Civil Air Patrol squadron.
Kane School District Superintendent Dr. Maryann Anderson has suspended high school teacher Jeff Gibbs for alleged violations of school policy.
According to sources, Gibbs reportedly has been suspended for 10 days and wonâ€™t be teaching Tuesday when classes resume.
Nathan and Regina Sherman are surrounded by students, instructors and their children as the ribbon is cut for one of Kane's new businesses, Integrity Martial Arts Academy. Sensei Sherman began offering classes in Kane last fall at the Kane Community Center.
A Clarion psychiatrist, indicted by a state grand jury on 35 felony charges, is accused of operating his Kane clinic without a Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) permit.
ST. MARYS â€“ John Hanger, a Democratic candidate for governor, stopped at the Green Lite Restaurant and Lounge on Brusselles Street on Thursday afternoon as he traveled through the area on his Save Our Schools Bus Tour.
JAMES CITY â€“ Elk County President Judge Richard A. Masson may be asked again to fill a vacancy on the Highland Township Board of Supervisors.
The Kane Borough Councilâ€™s finance committee held a public input meeting on Tuesday evening at the Kane Borough building to listen to suggestions from Kane citizens concerning the 2014 budget.
Sixteen citizens joined committee chairperson Janet Bard, committee member Holly Harris, committee member Den Drost, council secretary Lori Feldbauer and Mayor Doug Caldwell, who observed the proceedings.
With 3,000 visitors to the St. Marys Municipal Airport's inaugural American Spirit Aviation Festival last year, Alan McPherson, airport manager, is hoping to continue the successful event again this year.
"We had more people than we actually expected," McPherson said of the large crowd. "We want to thank all of Elk County for turning out for the event. They really came out to support us and it was a great thing."
Much of the action taken last week by the Kane School Board is linked with the start of the new school year.
Not too long ago, Kaneâ€™s uptown seemed as though it had as many empty storefronts as it did occupied ones. Fortunately, during the past few months, a few fledgling entrepreneurs took a chance on Kane and opened up businesses.