November 23rd, 2014
The Kane Historic Preservation Society will host its annual âPresidential Teaâ on Wednesday, Nov. 26 at the Thomas L. Kane Memorial Chapel on Chestnut Street from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.Â
Nov. 26 just happens to be the day Elizabeth Kane started writing her journal. Wife of Kane founder Gen. Thomas L. Kane, Elizabeth began her journal on Thanksgiving Day Nov. 26, 1868.
Allen W. Buzard, 84, formerly of 211 1/2 Tionesta Ave., Kane, died Saturday afternoon, Nov. 22, 2014 at The Lutheran Home at Kane. Arrangements, in the care of the Ronald McDonald II Funeral Home, Inc., are incomplete and will be announced.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.ronaldmcdonaldfuneralhome.com.
Sylvia R. Say, 76, of 202 Birch St., Kane, died Friday afternoon, Nov. 21, 2014 at the Kane Community Hospital.
Born June 17, 1938 in Sigel, she was the daughter of Chester M. and Anna C. Raught Stahlman. On April 13, 1957 in Maryland, she married James M. âJimâ Say, who survives.
Sylvia had been a clerk at the former Sears store in Kane for several years, and later was the assistant librarian at Friendsâ Memorial Public Library for 18 years.
CLARION â The Kane Wolves won the District 9 Class A Championship on Friday night with a 33-14 win over the Brockway Rovers. In a game much closer than the final score indicated, the Wolves pulled away in the final two minutes to win their second district title, the first coming in 2007. The Wolves used a balanced running attack, stout defense and timely passes to earn their title.
Sylvia R. Say, 76, of 202 Birch St., Kane, died Friday afternoon, Nov. 21, 2014 at the Kane Community Hospital. Arrangements, in care of the Ronald McDonald II Funeral Home, Inc., are incomplete and will be announced.
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JAMES CITY â A smoky fire on a frigid Thursday evening destroyed a greenhouse in James City.
Mike Niklas, assistant fire chief for the Highland Township Volunteer Fire Department, said no one was injured.
The call came in about 6 p.m. Thursday for the fire in the greenhouse at the rear of the Tom and Judy Orzetti residence along Ohio Avenue.
SMETHPORT â A hearing on a motion to suppress prosecution evidence in a Kane area identity theft case is expected to be scheduled in January.
The defendant in the case is Aimee Carol Anderson Hodgdon, 41, formerly of Kane. Court documents list her address as 213 Faries St., Wilcox.
Hodgdon is accused of using the identity of 86-year-old Mabel Johnson of Wetmore Township to fraudulently obtain a credit card.Â
The defendant allegedly used the credit card to make cash withdrawals at Hamlin Bank in Kane and purchases at the Family Dollar and Dollar General stores in Kane.
The Kane Wolves and Brockway Rovers have taken winding roads to get to Friday nightâs District 9 Class A championship game. Both teams began their season 4-0 before struggling mid-season. Both Todd Silfiesâ Wolves and Frank Zoccoâs Rovers regrouped in time for the playoffs and won first round games against higher seeded opponents. After the Wolves dispatched the Elk County Catholic Crusaders 39-0 and the Rovers beat Redbank Valley 28-14, Kane followed up with an 18-8 win over KSAC champ Clarion while Brockway defeated Union 35-22.
Gayle L. Belden, 58, of 16 Anderson St., Mt. Jewett, died Wednesday, Nov. 19, 2014 at UPMC Hamot in Erie.
Born April 19, 1956, in Kane, she was a daughter of Kenneth and Carol Stroup who survive. She was married in Smethport to Ronald Belden who preceded her in death.
Mrs. Belden had been employed as a home health care aide in Ohio where she lived until last year. Prior to that, she had worked as a nurse's aide at Sena Kean Manor. She also was a member of the Red Hats in Ohio.