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June 23rd, 2013
Theodore Hall and Alia Smith were crowned Prince and Princess of Kane on Saturday afternoon. The two won the contest sponsored by the Kane Chamber of Commerce out of a field of more than 20 adorable contestants. Both the Prince and Princess are four years old. The two were crowned at the festivities in the SMP parking lot.
The ribbon was cut Friday afternoon at the local State Farm office on Fraley Street to celebrate the grand opening. Steve Tunall is now the agent of the local office.
By Ted Lutz
The Art In The Wilds art show in Kane has been growing every year since it was launched seven years ago as Kaneâs major summer attraction.
The school day will be extended for all students in the Kane Area School District when classes resume in August.
More suspected âbath saltsâ have been found in Kane.
The latest illegal drugs were discovered during a traffic stop in Kane earlier this month.
LUDLOW â A collaborative project has improved the fish habitat in the Tionesta Creek East Branch in the Ludlow area.
A unique marketing plan calls for the Kane Area School District to build and maintain relationships with students, parents, alumni and the community.
Tired of the same old routine?
Why not try something extraordinaryâlike walking from one end of the U.S. to the other?
This is precisely what James McKeighan is doing.
Pushing or pulling a wheeled cart that carries his belongings, McKeighan recently passed through the Kane area in his quest to walk across America.
Kane Elks Lodge #329 held their annual Flag Day Ceremony on Friday evening at the gazebo in Evergreen Park across from the lodge on Chestnut Street. The day holds special significance to the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, as each lodge holds an observance of the day. Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States on June 14, 1777 by the Second Continental Congress.
Property owners in the Kane Area School District will see an increase in their tax bills to be paid in August.