January 21st, 2013
The Elk County Catholic Lady Crusaders used a strong third quarter to outscore the Kane Lady Wolves by a 10-4 margin then played Kane even in the fourth quarter to hold on for a 38-36 victory.
A fire Monday evening caused extensive damage at a two-story house in Kane. Tim Holt, chief of the Kane Volunteer Fire Department, estimated damage at $65,000 to the house and contents. No injuries were reported.
The Kane Borough Sewer Authority is preparing to take "the next step" to sell sewer water to drillers for area Marcellus Shale natural gas wells.
The Kane Cheer Club went to Keystone on Saturday and came home in second place in small varsity and also won the Sportsmanship Award from the entire afternoon session. "It was good to finally get the beginning and end of our routine," said coach Chris Niklaus.
JAMES CITY â A âsource waterâ protection plan may be developed for Highland Township in Elk County.
ST. MARYS â The St. Marys City Police Department reports that charges have been filed against a female juvenile who claimed to be the victim of a kidnapping attempt outside St. Marys Area High School on Wednesday night.
The Kane Lady Wolves hosted Brockway on Friday night and rolled to a 49-22 victory over the Lady Rovers. Kane jumped out to a 15-0 lead and led by 26 midway through the second quarter on their way to the teamâs 12th win of the season.
A "Welcome To Kane" sign-- similar to the one shown in this photo-- has been stolen from a site along Route 321 north of Kane. The Kane Borough Police Department is asking persons with information to contact police. The hand-carved sign is valued at $2,500. The Kane Chamber of Commerce installed the signs along highway entrances to the borough.
The Kane seventh grade boys basketball team had a setback against St. Marys Public by a score of 37-24. Getting into the score column for the Wolves were the following players: Wes Cleer 7, Reed Williams 5, Ange Costanzo 4, Ray Maze 3, JT Stewart 3, and Garret Walters with 2 points. James Flemming, Tyler Pacheco, and Joseph Stanko had timely rebounds and efficient defense.
The Kane Borough Council earlier this week voted 7-0 to adopt a resolution that supports an "initiative' to make Route 6 a "scenic byway."
Council President Howard Kane joined with Councilwomen Janet Bard and Holly Harris and Councilmen Harold Hallberg, John Gentilman, Dennis Drost and Bill Tunall to endorse the resolution.