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May 15th, 2015

Local races highlight Tuesday's primary election

May 15, 2015

Several races for party nominations for local offices highlight Tuesday's primary election.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Only registered Democrats and Republicans can vote in the primary to cast ballots for candidates seeking party nominations.
The winners of party nominations in the primary will be on the ballot for the general election Nov. 3.
Here is a summary of the local races for Kane area voters:
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See full article in the May 16th edition of The Kane Republican.

Structures Salon opens on Fraley Street

May 15, 2015

Rebecca Oakes has opened a new salon at the former Temple Pharmacy building in uptown Kane. Structures Salon officially opened for business on April 23 at 103 Fraley St.
Oakes, who has been a stylist for 17 years, said she loves her hometown and can think of no better location to begin her new enterprise. The building’s interior has undergone a major renovation, and Kane residents familiar with the landmark pharmacy will be surprised at the changes.
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See full article in the May 16th edition of The Kane Republican.

May 14th

Building permit is issued for Country Fair store

May 15, 2015

United Refining of Warren has been issued a building permit for the construction of a Country Fair fueling station and convenience store in Kane.
The 4,340-foot facility is planned for a vacant lot along Biddle Street (Route 6) between Hacker and Welsh streets. The site is adjacent to the drive-through windows for Northwest Savings Bank.
A ground-breaking date has not been announced. 
Kane Borough Manager Don Payne said Thursday that United plans to award a construction contract later this month. He expects work to begin in June. Payne said United has cut the grass on its vacant lot.

Building permit is issued for Country Fair store

May 15, 2015

United Refining of Warren has been issued a building permit for the construction of a Country Fair fueling station and convenience store in Kane.
The 4,340-foot facility is planned for a vacant lot along Biddle Street (Route 6) between Hacker and Welsh streets. The site is adjacent to the drive-through windows for Northwest Savings Bank.
A ground-breaking date has not been announced. 
Kane Borough Manager Don Payne said Thursday that United plans to award a construction contract later this month. He expects work to begin in June. Payne said United has cut the grass on its vacant lot.

KHS baseball team comes up a bit short against Hubbers

May 14, 2015

A four-run fifth inning was the difference as the Smethport Hubbers defeated the Kane Wolves baseball team 5-4 on a perfect afternoon for baseball on Wednesday at Pat Santilli Field.
Senior Andrew Peterson started on the hill for Kane coach Bruce Kumher’s Wolves. Peterson allowed a singled to right by Mike DeLuca in the first, but allowed nothing else as the Wolves came up to bat in their half of the inning.

Johnsonburg Ramettes split doubleheader with Kane

May 14, 2015

JOHNSONBURG – Johnsonburg softball split a doubleheader with Kane Thursday afternoon at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School in Ridgway.
Kane won the first game 6-5 in eight innings before Johnsonburg took the second game 21-2 in five innings.

May 13th

Highland asks federal court to dismiss Seneca lawsuit

May 14, 2015

Highland Township is asking the U.S. District Court in Erie to dismiss a lawsuit filed earlier this year by Seneca Resources.
Seneca, the exploration and development wing of National Fuel Gas of Buffalo, is going to court to challenge a township ordinance that bans the underground disposal of oil and gas drilling waste.
Seneca has received a permit from the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to convert a gas well on Lamont Road into an "injection well" for the disposal of waste drilling fluids.

Laughing Owl Press Co. recognized by North Central

May 13, 2015

KERSEY – The North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission hosted a celebratory breakfast on Wednesday to recognize the 17 local businesses that were selected as finalists for the 2015 Governor’s ImPAct Awards from the north central region.
The local businesses were selected by partners within North Central’s PREP (Partnerships for Regional Economic Development) network for the impact that they have on the north central region, which includes McKean, Elk, Cameron, Jefferson, Potter and Clearfield counties.

Proceeds from Mt. Jewett water system sale go in revenue fund

May 13, 2015

MT. JEWETT – Net proceeds of $540,675.56 from the sale of the Mt. Jewett water system to a private company has been placed in a capital reserve fund.
Council President Chuck Paar said Aqua Pennsylvania purchased the water system for $1,126,350.
Aqua paid off all debt associated with the operation of the water system. The balance of $540,675.56 came to the borough in the form of a check from Aqua.
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See full article in the May 14 edition of The Kane Republican.

KHS track and field teams ready for districts

May 13, 2015

The Kane boys’ track and field team will try to make it four District IX AA titles in a row during Friday’s meet on their home track. The Kane girls, who have battled injuries and illness all season, will look to improve upon 2014’s third-place finish.
Sophomore Joe Newton will be competing in the 110-meter high hurdles, the 300-meter hurdles and the triple jump for coach Tom Cecchetti’s Wolves. Newton comes in to Friday’s meet as the second seed in the 110s and is seeded third in his other two events.

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