September 17th, 2014
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The Kane Cross Country team lost to Elk County Catholic but defeated Brockway on the Wolves course on a beautiful, sunny afternoon on Tuesday. ECCâ€™s Drew Bille crossed the finish line in 17:29.36 to set the pace, followed by two Crusader teammates, Matthew Dippold (17:47.07) and Logan Hoffman (18:04.56). Kane sophomore Hunter Yasurek followed the trio, completing his home course in 18:50.84, followed by Brockwayâ€™s first runner, Dakota Lawton in 18:57.28.
The Ridgway Lady Elkers won the first game of Tuesdayâ€™s volleyball match in Kane rather handily, 25-11. The rest of the match wasnâ€™t so easy as the two teams battled back and forth in a five set marathon before the visitors won by a score of 25-11, 23-25, 25-19, 22-25 and 15-13.
It was a tale of two halves for the St. Marys Area Flying Dutchmen in their match against the Kane Wolves on Tuesday afternoon at the SMAHS soccer field. After being tied 2-all at the break, St. Marys scored seven goals in the second half to win 9-4.
SMETHPORT â€“ A Kane woman will spend more than 11 years in state prison as the admitted at-fault driver in a head-on collision that killed six persons last year on Route 219 near Lantz Corners.
Speaking Tuesday morning prior to her sentencing in McKean County Court in Smethport, Kathy Douglas, 37, of Kane said â€śI take responsibility for my actionsâ€ť in the crash that killed her 12-year-old daughter, Olivia, her 6-year-old nephew, Jarrett Costanzo of Kane and four members of a close-knit St. Marys family.
Four suspects have been arrested in connection with heroin trafficking and placed in Elk County Prison as a result of an investigation conducted by the City Police and the Attorney General's office.
Officers, agents and members of the North Central Drug Task Force served a search warrant shortly after 6 p.m. Monday at 131 Hemlock Rd. where a large amount of heroin and drug paraphernalia was seized.
The following individuals were arrested and charged:
Rose Campbell, president of Penn Highlands Elk, provided a progress update to county officials Tuesday morning regarding the expansion of the healthcare facility.
"We've had some very good things happening recently and through our recruitment team we've added several physicians to our staff," she said. "Things have been very well received thus far. Both Dr. Gorlowski and Dr. Ali have connected so they'll have good pediatric support for our area.
"We're looking for opportunities to position them in other communities as well, so once we get Dr. Tosh here, we'll figure that out."
A memorial service will be held for Larry Keyser, of Division Street Extension in Mt. Jewett, who died on Aug. 24, 2014, at the Mt. Jewett American Legion on Sept. 21 at 1 p.m. The Rev. Cam Mealy, pastor of the Mt. Jewett Assembly of God will be officiating. Arrangements are under the direction of the Cummings Funeral Home, Inc.
Paul E. Mallery, 55, of Hudsonville, Mich., died Saturday Sept. 13, 2014.
Born March 16, 1959, he was a son of John L. and Jean E. Wormuth Mallery. On Nov. 22, 1986, in Watertown, N.Y., he married Tina Orvis, who survives. They were married 27 years.
His caring, compassionate heart, sense of humor, and willingness to always listen, touched the lives of many.Â Memories of his singing, prayer, fun and laughter will always be cherished as well as his mission to show people his love of savior and help them experience the kingdom through his selfless actions and teachings.
The Kane Blight Committee is planning demolition projects-- starting with a fire-damaged building at 318 Chase St.
The committee is under the Kane Area Revitalization Enterprise (KARE), which is a division of the Kane Area Development Center headed by Erin Vassallo.
"KARE has held fundraisers and will continue to do so to benefit blight removal and other ongoing community projects," Vassallo said. She said the Kane Rotary Club has allocated $20,000 to the blight fight in Kane.