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May 7th, 2013
Recycling bins are returning to Wetmore Township.
Supervisors Steve Dyne, Bill Ryding and Elaine Bodistow agreed Tuesday to permit Casella Waste Management to place four "zero-sort" recycling bins at the rear of the township building on Spring Street in East Kane.
MT. JEWETT â A study shows serious financial problems in the operation of the Mt. Jewett borough water system.
Kane area businesses have been advised to âmap out a planâ to draw more tourists and visitors to their stores.
The Church Women United of Kane âsteppedâ back in time Friday with a program that featured root beer floats and an old-fashioned âsock hop.â
A crowd estimated at more than 75 attended a "Meet the Candidates" forum Thursday evening at the Kane Area Community Center.
A total of 22 candidates in the May 21 primary election spoke at the 90-minute program.Â
On Thursday, April 25, during KCH's annual volunteer luncheon, Richard "Dick" Coleman was recognized for his exceptional service and run of more than 10,000 volunteer hours over two decades.Â He served primarily as escort and courier but performed many roles throughout his years of service.
No illicit drugs were found Tuesday in a surprise search in the area of student lockers at Kane Area High School.
The dangers of drinking and driving were graphically shown Monday in a "mock accident" in the Kane High School parking lot.
Dave Wheatley, the Kane Elks Corporation President, and Lorri Forquer, Kane Elks Lodge Secretary, present a check to Brenda Emer. A benefit was held at the Kane Elks on Saturday, April 20 at the club on Chestnut Street. The twelve-time cancer survivor has been taking part in a trial study in Pittsburgh.
Small trees for small children.
This was the theme for the annual Arbor Day celebration at the Kane Elementary School.