February 5th, 2015
The Kane Players will present the play âThe Loathsome Ladyâ next Thursday, Friday and Saturday Feb. 12-14.
In cooperation with the Kane Historical Preservation Society, the performances will be held on stage at the Thomas L. Kane Memorial Chapel on Chestnut Street. All performances will begin at 7 p.m.
Tickets for the performances now are on sale only at SMP pharmacy at Haines and Fraley streets. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
JOHNSONBURG â Kane wrestling won 30-24 over Johnsonburg Thursday evening at Johnsonburg Area High School.
Only three matches were wrestled on the mat and Johnsonburg won them all, picking up a pinfall and two decisions.
Alma Evada Mague, 99, of Whetstone Garden and Care Center, Columbus, Ohio, formerly of 128 Bayard St., Kane, died Friday, Jan. 30, 2015 at Kobacker House, Columbus, Ohio, surrounded by her loving family.
Alma was born Aug. 3, 1915 at Donahey Hill, Hallton, daughter of the late Robert C. and Anna Agnes Harriger Heeter. Alma was the fifth of 11 children and the last of her immediate family. On Jan. 10, 1934, in Jamestown, N.Y., she married W. Wayne Mague and they celebrated 53 years together.
Plans have been dropped for the construction of a McDonald's Restaurant in Kane.
A developer from Ohio intended to build the restaurant at 300 N. Fraley St. at the site of the Mountain Motor Sports in Kane.
However, the developer announced in emails Tuesday that the project would not move forward.
"I am sending you this email to inform you that our client has decided not to proceed with construction of the McDonald's in Kane," Brian L. Searcy said in an email obtained by the Kane Republican.Â
LaDawn Silvis, a Kane High School senior, is very emotional when it comes to her passion-- cosmetology.
She is one of more than 30 Kane High students to attend trade courses at the Career and Technical Center in Port Allegany.
When Silvis was selected to represent the entire center at the recent SkillsUSA cosmetology competition in New Castle, she said she was "so excited I cried."
âSafetyâ is believed to be the underlying reason Kane coach Dave Kiehl pulled the Kane High girls basketball team off the court to forfeit its game Tuesday evening at Brockway.
With 2:39 left to play in the game and Brockway leading 51-32, Kiehl called the Lady Wolves to the bench and declined to continue playing. The loss will go down as a 2-0 forfeit loss, according to sources familiar with the regulations.
Marilyn Blackmore is a founder and chairman of Kane's largest annual attraction-- the Art in the Wilds held in June each year at Evergreen Park.
The Kane Chamber of Commerce has recognized her tireless volunteer efforts for the event by naming her as its Citizen-of-the-Year.
She will be honored at the Chamber banquet to be held Thursday, Feb. 19 at the Kane Fire Hall.
The Chamber has selected Dyne Excavating as its Business-of-the-Year. Steve Dyne and his wife, Kerri also will be honored at the banquet.
The Wetmore Township Board of Supervisors met Tuesday to discuss a variety of topics such as road materials, road projects and road salt.
But the longest discussion at the 55-minute meeting covered the use of three cellphones assigned to the road crew.
The township spends $112 per month for three cellphones for use by full- and part-time workers in the road department.
RIDGWAY â Two of the four co-defendants charged in August 2014 in a criminal conspiracy for the sale and distribution of alpha-PVP, the drug commonly known as bath salts, pleaded guilty Monday to charges at Elk County Court.
Last month the Kane boys basketball team traveled to Brockway and was blown out, 63-33.
Kane hosted Brockway in its next-to-the-last game Tuesday and lost by just five points, 43-38.
It was another in a series of narrow defeats for the Wolves.
"We have to find a way to win these close games," second-year Kane coach Matt Gasbarre said after the slim loss. "We need to learn from this."