Margaret J. Fox, 76, of 77 West Main St., Ludlow, died late Thursday afternoon, Dec. 26, 2013Â at the home of her son in Kane.
Born May 12, 1937 in Potter County, she was the daughter of Lloyd L. and Luella Finlaw Irwin.Â On Sept. 24, 1960 in Kane, she married James H. Fox, who died in 2005.
Margaret had worked at Stackpole Corp. in Kane and had owned the Horseshoe Deli in Ludlow for several years.
ST. MARYS â€“ The Kane Lady Wolves kicked off the 2013 EQT Classic in St Marys against a tough Clarion team on Thursday afternoon. The Lady Bobcats jumped out to a 10-point lead after one quarter and went on to post a 65-53 win over the young Lady Wolves. Fifty of Clarionâ€™s 65 points came from senior forward Kyla Miles and junior guard Maci Thornton.
ST. MARYS â€“ The Kane Wolves played three close quarters with the Clarion Bobcats in Thursdayâ€™s opening round game of the EQT Classic, but a poor second quarter for the Wolves was the difference in Clarionâ€™s 49-36 win.
Margaret J. Fox, 76, of 77 West Main St. in Ludlow, died late Thursday afternoon, Dec. 26, 2013 at the home of her son in Kane.
Arrangements, in care of the Ronald McDonald II Funeral Home, Inc. in Kane are incomplete and will be announced.Â Online condolences may be expressed at www.ronaldmcdonaldfuneralhome.com.
It's been 45 years since a twin-engine Allegheny Airlines plane crashed while coming in for a landing at the Bradford Regional Airport in Lafayette Township.
The Christmas Eve crash in 1968 killed 20 passengers.
Miraculously, 27 survived.
Pennsylvania's elk herd draws thousands of visitors to the area each year, many of whom come bearing their cameras in hopes of leaving with photographs of the creatures to document their time in Elk Country. Now those who may not have had much luck getting their own photos can instead take home a new book featuring a variety of photos of the animals.
I am writing this on a very cold, blustery day just before Thanksgiving. I was out early this very morning in a rather calm, partly sunny beginning of the day. By mid-afternoon the wind picked up and snow squalls had begun to increase across the area. Whatâ€™s new about this, I calmly asked myself, as I fought the gusts of wind while filling my bird feeders. This is typical northwestern Pennsylvania weather in late November. One minute a snowstorm, the next, a sunny end to the day.
On Oct. 23, Kane Community Hospital (KCH) began to offer new platelet aggregate testing through Accumetrics VerifyNow System. The VerifyNow System provides physicians with valuable information to more effectively determine medication options to prevent recurrent cardiovascular or cerebrovascular events, such as heart attack or stroke. Platelet aggregate testing can reduce a patientâ€™s risk for a recurrent life-altering event because certain medications have been found not to work for every patient.
The Elk County Holiday Basketball Tournament will undergo a number of exciting changes this year as it becomes the EQT Energy Classic Elk County Holiday Tournament; however, one important element of the annual event will be continuing in a modified capacity.
The annual Coaches vs. Cancer campaign has been held during the tournament for a number of years, and has become a favorite of attendees as it has grown to include a competition to decide the favorite boys' and girls' coach each year and has also provided the opportunity for a lucky fan to leave with a basketball signed by all of the members of the girls' or boys' teams.
John J. "Jay" Carlson, 79, formerly of 418 Park Ave, Kane, died Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013 at Transitions HealthcareÂ Autumn Grove in Harrisville.
Born March 9, 1934, in Kane, he was a son of J. Walter and Natalie Kempf Carlson. On May 1, 1954, in Kane, he married Shirley A. Williams who preceded him in death on Jan. 3, 1999.