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September 20th, 2014

Over 60 years later, Turner at rest

September 20, 2014

GROVE TWP. – It was a bittersweet day Saturday as family members, friends, dignitaries and military members paid their respects to U.S. Air Force First Lieutenant William "Bill" Turner.
Turner, who grew up in Cameron and Potter counties, died Nov. 22, 1952 at just 24 years old when the C-124 Globemaster plane that he was traveling in crashed into Mount Gannet in the Chugach Mountains of Alaska.
Severe weather at the time prevented any search from being executed until three days after the crash; aircraft and seas vessels searched for three days before plane wreckage was found Nov. 28, 1952.

September 19th

Wolves rout Gators 42-6 behind 3 English TDs

September 20, 2014

PORT ALLEGANY – The Kane Wolves’ offense was clicking on all cylinders in last night’s game against the Port Allegany Gators on the road. The Wolves scored on each of their first half possessions on their way to posting a 42-6 win over the Gators.

Public input is sought in search for school superintendent

September 19, 2014

Public input is sought to help guide the Kane School Board in its search for a new district superintendent.
Residents are urged to complete a survey found on the Kane Area School District website on the internet. Oct. 1 is the deadline for answering a series of questions and submitting the survey electronically.
Wayne LeClair, a senior school services consultant with the Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA), said Friday that the survey results would be provided to the Kane School Board as it moves forward in its search for a new superintendent.

September 18th

Wilcox woman named ‘interim’ director of Bradford airport

September 18, 2014

MT. ALTON—When she began work in the office at the Bradford Regional Airport nearly 10 years ago, Alicia Dankesreiter never dreamed she would someday lead the airport’s day-to-day operation.
But, due to a sudden decision by the airport authority, Dankesreiter now is the “interim” administrative leader at the airfield on Route 59 in Mt. Alton.
The nine-member airport authority decided Wednesday to immediately terminate Tom Frungillo of Olean, N.Y. as the airport manager. He has held the position since 1998.

Bradford doctor sentenced to probation for groping women

September 18, 2014

SMETHPORT – A Bradford doctor who pleaded guilty to groping two young married women in his medical office has been sentenced to probation for 23 1/2 months.
McKean County Court President Judge John Pavlock handed down the sentence Thursday for Dr. Abaz Sosic, 51.
Because of the nature of the charges, Sosic will be registered on the state’s Megan’s Law list of sexual offenders. He will remain on the list for 15 years, according to an agreement finalized Thursday.

Kane-based State Police post flyers on cop-killer

September 18, 2014

LANTZ CORNERS – The Kane-based State Police barracks on Route 219 near Lantz Corners has posted "wanted" flyers for the alleged cop-killer in the town of Blooming Grove.
Police are seeking Eric Matthew Frein, a 31-year-old man wanted in slaying of State Police Corporal Bryon Dickson during a shift change last Friday night.
Frein is described as a white male who is 6-foot-1 and weighs 165 pounds. The suspect has brown hair and blue eyes.
State Police said Frein is considered "armed and dangerous."
Persons with information should call 1-866-326-7256.

Two more charged in heroin sting

September 18, 2014

Two more local residents have been charged in connection with the heroin trafficking bust that occurred Monday at 131 Hemlock Rd.
Aaron Christopher Johnson, 27, of 160 Country Ln., Kersey, and Kayla Ann Gillen, 24, of 122 Bennett Rd., St. Marys, were incarcerated at Elk County Prison Wednesday. They each face felony charges related to the sale and distribution of heroin.

Both Tornado teams shutout Bolivar-Richburg

September 18, 2014

The Kane Tornado Pony and Pee Wee teams traveled north last Saturday to take on the Bolivar-Richburg Wolverines. The Kane Ponies rebounded from last week’s loss to Coudersport with a 6-0 win over the Wolverines. The Kane Pee Wees ran their winning streak to four with a convincing 18-0 win over the hosts.
Kane’s Harley Morris provided the only points in the pony game on a tough run into the end zone. The Tornado defense did the rest, preventing the Wolverines from crossing the goal line all game.

Ramettes roar back to topple Lady Wolves, 3-1

September 18, 2014

JOHNSONBURG – Despite an early one-set deficit, the Johnsonburg Ramettes roared back Thursday night to take a 3-1 (20-25, 25-20, 25-22, 25-19) win over visiting Kane.
"I think we need to build on this win," Johnsonburg head varsity volleyball coach Bill Shuey said following the win which pushes his team's record to 2-3. "We showed that we don't quit. Kane really had the momentum and were doing some good things but we were able to fight back. We kept fighting and we have to keep doing that as we move on.

September 17th

Panel begins work to update county solid waste plan

September 17, 2014

SMETHPORT – Work is underway to update the McKean County Municipal Solid Waste Management Plan.
The 11-member county Solid Waste Advisory Committee (SWAC) held its first meeting Wednesday evening at the county 911 Emergency Communications Center on Route 6 near Smethport.

The Kane volleyball team outplayed the Bradford Lady Owls in the first game of Tuesday night’s...
Kane’s Chris Udovich scored one goal in each half of Monday afternoon's game in Smethport to lead...
The Kane Lady Wolves hosted the Smethport Lady Hubbers back on Sept. 10 and came away with an...

 

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