Thursday Night Football 12/4/14
Dallas (9-4) 41
Chicago (5-8) 28
Dallas used the 3rd quarter to put this game out of reach. After a tightly contested
first half the score was 14-7 in Dallasâ favor. Dallas was able to use an early
second half turnover to score a 24 yard touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Cole
Beasley. They used great field position to tack on 2 more touchdowns before the end
of the 3rd quarter to make the score 35-7. Chicago made the game somewhat close
thanks to a 21 point fourth quarter of their own, but it was too little, too late.
SMETHPORT â The proposed erection of "Golden Arches" in Kane has been delayed.
The McKean County Planning Commission agreed Monday to table action on the proposed construction of a McDonald's Restaurant on North Fraley Street in Kane.
Jeremy Morey, county planning director, said the proposal submitted to the board for consideration is "missing a lot of stuff."
MT. JEWETT â The former Odd Fellows historic building-- the one with the huge colorful mural-- soon will be demolished in Mt. Jewett..
"We're losing that mural," Mayor Melissa McGuire said Monday. "It's a sad situation."
Speaking at a meeting of the Mt. Jewett Borough Council, she said the dilapidated building will be demolished by "the end of the week."
Bricks from the building have been falling for some time. Due to debris, the sidewalk on the north side of East Main Street near Center Street has been closed off with orange snow fencing.
The Kane Borough Council agreed Monday to adopt a 2015 budget that carries a half-mill increase in the property tax rate.
The budget carries a tax rate of 9.875 mills or about $9.88 per $1,000 of assessed valuation.Â
According to Councilwoman Janet Bard, the proposed tax increase would add $10 to the property tax bill for properties assessed at $20,000. Owners of properties assessed at $50,000 would see a tax increase of $50, she said.
Bard is chairman of the Finance Committee, which proposed the tentative budget last month.
The Kane Lady Wolves opened their 2014-2015 season on Monday night against the Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders in the Wolvesâ Den. The young Lady Wolves tied the game at 10-10 early in the second quarter but the visitors went on a 13-4 run on their way to a 50-27 win.
On Monday the 13th of October I once again found myself on the road to the beautiful Benezette valley in search of elk. I can never get enough of this area, because as a nature photographer, the possibilities are endless. Iâve seen bear, fox, bobcats, deer, and very impressive scenery on almost every trip to Benezette. Oh, did I mention an occasional elk or two? This trip was to be a little bit different, as we had a rather large group of ten. My friend Tom, the deer whisperer from Olean, N.Y., and his wife had brought their family down to see the elk, and they needed a guide.
As a Kane volunteer rang a handbell to draw attention to the site, an incoming store customer paused at a familiar Salvation Army âRed Kettleâ hanging from a tripod.
âWhy should I make a donation? They closed our Salvation Army Thrift Store in Kane,â the customer told the volunteer.
This is a common remark heard by volunteers, who are stationed Friday, Saturday and Sunday at âRed Kettleâ locations during Christmas-time at the Tops and Save-A-Lot supermarkets in Kane.
Caroline "Keck" M. Swedenhjelm, 84, formerly of West Wind Road, died Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014 at the Lutheran Home at Kane.
Born March 13, 1930, in Wilcox, she was a daughter of the late John and Anna Bedner Parana. On Oct. 29, 1949, in Rasselas, she married Paul "Skip" Swedenhjelm who preceded her in death.
Mrs. Swedenhjelm, a graduate of Wilcox High School, was a homemaker for the majority of her life. She was an avid bowler and enjoyed playing cards and polka dancing. She was a member of St. Callistus Catholic Church and had served as a Brownie Scout assistant leader.
Kim Cecchetti had a dream.
She wanted to decorate Evergreen Park in Kane with simple tree lights to create the scene of an old-fashioned Christmas.
Just look at the park after dark.
Her dream has come true.
More than 5,000 blue lights have been strung on trees and the Gazebo at the park. More than 2,300 of the lights decorate the memorial âpointâ area of the park at Chestnut, Fraley and Birch streets.
Cecchetti said she picked blue lights to give the park a âcold, icy look,â especially when there is snow to reflect a glow.
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