October 2nd, 2013
The 10th annual Pink Power Day will be observed Friday in Kane.
The special day is held in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Brenda L. Emer, 44, of 142 New Jersey Ave. (P.O. Box 212) in James City, died Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 1, 2013 at UPMC ShadysideÂ in Pittsburgh after a series of courageous battles with cancer over 16 years.
Born Nov. 15, 1968 in Kane, she was the daughter of Wallace R. and Jo Ann Swanson Dyne.Â On Aug. 3, 1991 in Kane, she married Cy E. Emer, who survives.
Brenda was employed by the Kane Area School District and Jim Airgood Busing.Â She was an active member of Tabor Ev. Lutheran Church in Kane, where served in the Altar Guild and played in the handbell choir.
The Kane Volunteer Fire Department needs all the financial help it can muster as it prepares to order a new rescue truck.
Kane Fire Chief Tim Holt went Tuesday before the Wetmore Township Board of Supervisors to seek township funds for the vehicle.
Linda A. Anderson of 401 Ash St., Kane has announced her intention to seek election to the Kane School Board as a write-in candidate..
Anderson is a retired teacher who was employed for over 30 years by Seneca Highlands Intermediate Unit 9 (IU-9).
The Kane girls golf team won the 2013 District 9 AA girls golf championship at Coundersport Golf Club on Monday.
JACKSON, N.Y. â€“ The Kane cross country teams traveled to Jackson New Jersey over the weekend to compete in the Six Flags Wild Safari Invite.
The St. Marys Lady Dutch traveled to Kane on Tuesday evening and came away with a 5-set victory, 25-23, 17-25, 25-16, 14-25 and 15-7.
Brenda L. Emer, 44, of 142 New Jersey Avenue in James City, died late Tuesday afternoon at UPMC Shadyside in Pittsburgh after a series ofÂ courageous battles with cancer.Â Arrangements are under the care of the Ronald McDonald II Funeral Home, Inc. in Kane and will be announced.Â Online condolences may be expressed at www.ronaldmcdonaldfuneralhome.com
The Kane boysâ€™ soccer team hosted the West Forest Fire on Monday and came away with a 5-1 loss.
Neither team was able to score for the first 20 minutes as both teams missed chances at the net. The visitors got onto the scoreboard first with 20:41 left in the half when a Fire player scored among a crowd in front of Kane goalie Tyler Schleicher. The team from Tionesta tacked on two more goals before the break.
The Kane-based Allegheny Defense Project and the Sierra Club plan to continue their fight against drilling for gas and oil in the Allegheny National Forest.