September 8th, 2014
HAZEL HURST â€“ Hamlin Township will use a loan to pay its fee for connecting the Lantz Corners Sewer District to the Mt. Jewett sewage treatment system.
Acting at a meeting Monday, Hamlin Township Supervisors Jim Trussell, Joni Britton and Dave Okerlund agreed to borrow $105,000 from PNC Bank for "interim financing" for the fee.
Kane girls soccer lost 8-1 to Ridgway in the Lady Wolves' season opener at Francis S. Grandinetti Elementary School in Ridgway Monday afternoon.
Julie Alford led the Lady Elkers with four goals while Caitlin Viglione and Rachel Smith had two goals each for Ridgway.
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Punter Kicked in Face During NFL Game
Cleveland Browns punter Spencer Lanning had his face run over by Pittsburgh Steelers return-man, Antonio Brown.
It could be next month before the Kane School Board votes to fill its latest vacancy.
The board is expected to act Thursday at its meeting at the Kane Middle School to accept the resignation of Gary Ziegler.
Kane Fire Chief Tim Holt is seeking to develop an out-of-the-way site to load fire trucks with water for battling fires in Kane or north of Kane on Route 321.
The proposed location is along a short section of Kinzua Avenue off Route 321 in Wetmore Township just north of Glenwood Park in Kane.
Patricia Halloran, 83, formerly of 53 Eagle St., Salamanca, N.Y., died Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014 at Blossom Hill in Huntsburg, Ohio following a lengthy illness.
Born on May 4, 1931 in Olean, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Paul and Catherine McGurn Halloran.
She was employed as a receptionist for Dr. Paul Sum until her retirement. Previously, she had been employed at the Erie Infants Home, the former Salamanca District Hospital, and as a receptionist Dr. Howard Scholl.
ThomasÂ A. Anderson, 78, aÂ former resident of 345 Kinzua Ave. in Kane, died of lung cancer on Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014.
Mr. Anderson was schooled at Clay Street School and the Kane Area High School. Upon graduation he immediately entered the U.S. Navy and stayed 22 years, retiring as a Chief Yeoman. His military career found him at locations on the U.S. east coast and around the Mediterranean Sea.
After being diagnosed with a brain tumor, most young men would experience a degree of apprehension.
Not Keith Hastings of Kane.
He unflinchingly accepted the unexpected diagnosis and put his fate in the hands of God.
The Kane Wolvesâ€™ offense was unable to punch the ball in the end zone in last weekâ€™s season-opening win over the Cameron County Red Raiders. The Wolvesâ€™ â€śoâ€ť had no such trouble in last nightâ€™s 42-6 win over the Smethport Hubbers, scoring twice in just over a minute midway through the first quarter at Paul R Miller Stadium. The Wolves built on the momentum and jumped out to take a 35-0 lead into the locker room at halftime.