January 18th, 2013
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.
Mary Zampogna of San Antonio, Texas, passed away peacefully on Jan. 15, 2013, following complications from a lengthy battle with dementia.
Mary was born Nov. 29, 1921, in Ludlow, the daughter of Paul and Pearl Straneva. She married Harry J. Zampogna and they moved to San Antonio and later parted ways.
The Kane Lady Wolves used a balanced scoring attack and some tenacious defense to earn a 57-41 win over Brookville on Wednesday night in the Wolvesâ€™ Den.
Kaneâ€™s Joe Bizzak bowled a perfect game on Monday night at the Kane Elks Club.
Bizzak bowls for Crescent Beer in the Elks American League. He opened the night with a 198 game, rolled a 202 game in his second game of the night, and capped off the evening with the 300, to reach a 700 series on the nose.
JAMES CITY â€“ Angie Komidar of Kane is the new state-certified sewage treatment plant operator in James City.
Two black sneakers have been tied together and flung over the horizontal traffic signal pole at the intersection of Fraley and Greeves streets in Kane.
The Kane Wolves wrestling team dug themselves a little bit of a hole to start out Tuesday nightâ€™s match in the Wolvesâ€™ Den against the Coudersport Falcons. The visitors jumped out to an early 19-0 lead before a couple of Kane forfeits and a pin by Nate Moore got the home team back on track and propelled them to a 41-31 win over the team from Potter County.
Vowing he can bring about efficiencies in the police department, former Kane police chief William "Yogi" Osmer confirmed Tuesday that he will run for election as mayor this year.