January 23rd, 2015
The Kane girlsâ€™ basketball team jumped out to a 25-2 lead after one quarter of play on Friday night and cruised to a 67-23 win over the Sheffield Lady Wolverines in the Wolvesâ€™ Den. Nine Lady Wolves got into the scoring column as the Kane girls evened their record to 8-8 on the season with two weeks left to play in the regular season.
Plywood covers window openings at the Presbyterian Church of Kane.
Donâ€™t get the wrong idea.
The church is not going out of business.
The windows are merely temporarily boarded up as part of a major renovation project at the church at Greeves and Chase streets.
Kane District Court is expected to be the site for a possible preliminary hearing for former McKean County Sheriff Bradley A. Mason.
The 52-year-old Mason faces charges of corruption of minors and furnishing liquor to a minorâ€”a 17-year-old girl who was a tenant in a residence he rented along South Avenue in Bradford Township, court records show.
According to court documents, Mason and the girl had a sexual relationship at the victimâ€™s residence, which is adjacent to Masonâ€™s home. He is accused of providing the girl with wine and vodka, court documents show.
Danielle Kocjancic, a student-athlete from the Penn State Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, was among 68 Penn State student-athletes to have been selected for the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award for earning a grade-point average of 3.7 or higher during the 2012-2013 academic year.
A member of the Penn State Cross Country and Track and Field team for four years, the women's team were Big Ten Champions in Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field.
Walter E. Perry Jr., 83, of 326 Park Ave., Kane, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015 at UPMC Hamot in Erie.
Born July 30, 1931, in Smethport, he was a son of the late Walter and Ruby Shuey Perry. He was married in Hermosa Beach, Calif. to Mary Ellen Prowse who preceded him in death.
Mr. Perry was a mechanical engineer for Hughes Aircraft. He was a member of the VFW Lodge #1132 in Kane and also belonged to the National Rifle Association.
The public is showing its support for the new low-power Kane community radio station that relies on donations and sponsorships to stay afloat.
â€śWeâ€™re overwhelmed by how many people tell us theyâ€™re listening,â€ť Jim Greville said in commenting on the success of the station that went on the air last summer. â€śWeâ€™re happy with the support. Weâ€™re ahead of our timeline.â€ť
RIDGWAY â€“Â The candles are lit for the Ridgway Chainsaw Carvers Rendezvous to celebrate its sweet 16th birthday.
A small backyard gathering has since evolved into a large community event with roughly 200 carvers attending every year along with thousands of attendees perusing the extraordinary artwork created in downtown Ridgway.
The Kane Wolves hoped to build off the momentum from Monday nightâ€™s near miss against ECC when they took on the 12-1 Coudersport Falcons in the Wolvesâ€™ Den Wednesday night. The Kane boys played their best game of the season against the Crusaders, making 11 of 13 three-pointers only to come up just short, 54-51. Wednesday night, a big crowd and the Kane Drumline tried to spur the team on but a big second quarter by Coudy propelled the visitors to an 83-63 win.
Another year has gone by, and I must say, at breakneck speed. The older I get the faster the years go by. Has anyone else out there noticed that? The one thing that hasnâ€™t changed for me is the passion I have for nature photography. It seems as the years go by, the more I want to get out and photograph, and share what I see with more and more people. The equipment has changed for the better through the years, with digital certainly leading the way.
Mary Leibfried, 83, died at the Sena-Kean Manor where she had resided. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by the Cummings Funeral Home, Inc.