January 11th, 2013
The Kane Wolves played with the Ridgway Elkers for a quarter but the Elkers outscored the Wolves 16-5 in the second quarter and cruised to the 62-35 victory in the Wolvesâ€™ Den on Friday night.
A ribbon-cutting took place today, Friday, Jan. 11, at Datus Technologies, 167 Fraley St. in Kane.Â
Kane school officials are concerned about the number of young students who post personal information on the Facebook social network on the internet.
State Rep. Kathy Rapp (R-Warren) has moved her Kane office from 8 Field St. to 55 Fraley St. A ribbon-cutting ceremony and reception was held Thursday to mark the opening of the new office.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies are still working to track down the man responsible for a brazen, broad-daylight armed robbery at the CNB Bank in Johnsonburg on Tuesday.
Joseph "Cook" Kasaback, 83, of 4 North Hillside Ave., Ludlow, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, at the Lutheran Home at Kane.
Born July, 1929, in Warren, he was a son ofÂ the late Anthony and Helen Antal Kasaback.Â On March 14, 1952, in Clarendon, he married Joyce Nystrom who survives.
Mr. Kasaback was employed for 40 years by Penelec as a chief hot stick lineman and was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
He served in the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Jamestown SeeBees.Â He also played for NavyÂ in the Army-Navy Orange Bowl Game.
PIGEON â€“ A Highland Township volunteer firefighter was injured Wednesday morning while responding to a 14-vehicle traffic accident on icy Route 66, six miles south of Russell City.
JAMES CITY â€“ Highland Township now has an ordinance that bans deposits from the drilling of Marcellus Shale natural gas wells.
The Kane Lady Wolves outlasted the DuBois Central Catholic Lady Cardinals on Tuesday night in the Wolvesâ€™ Den.
Kane and other school districts across the state and U.S. are finding it more difficult to meet the annual rising standards for reading and math.