A flagman stops traffic at a road work zone on Fraley Street in Kane. One lane of travel is maintained through the work area on Fraley and Greeves streets. Motorists should be prepared for delays in traveling in the work zone. Work is under way from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m.
Laurie Storrar (left) of Wilcox signs up for her annual mammogram during the Ladies Night Out program held Thursday at Kane Community Hospital, an affiliate of UPMC Hamot. Brittany McElhattan (right), an ultra-sound technician at the hospital, registers Storrar for the key test in the fight against breast cancer. Storrar, an elected supervisor for Jones Township, is one of 75 women to sign up Thursday for a life-saving mammogram. Kane area women are urged to contact the hospital to schedule their mammogram.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Friday afternoon at the new site of the Colonial Inn at 63 Fraley St. in Kane in the former Moose Club. Taking part in the ceremony are, left to right: Jim Airgood, a member of the Kane Chamber of Commerce board; Joe and Pam Carley, owners of the restaurant with their 8-year-old granddaughter, Lexi Maze; Jeff Andrulonis, president of the Chamber of Commerce board; Dr. Maryann Anderson, superintendent of the Kane School District and a Chamber board member; Jill Thompson, who heads the Kane office for State Rep.
Andrew Nicklas, 7-year-old son of Keith and Kelly Nicklas of School Street, Wetmore Township, volunteers to operate his father's backhoe to dig a hole at the East Kane Park near his home. The hole is for the base for a school bus "spring-jumper" at the park. Federal community-development funds were used to purchase the park equipment. Volunteers donated their time to install the playground equipment.
Lions International District 14F Governor Jim Day addresses the Kane Lions Club during the club's Sept. 6 meeting. Jim Day, a retired elementary school teacher from Waterford, traveled to Kane to deliver the message of 2011Â Lion's International President Wing-Kun Tam. Tam's theme for the year for all LionsÂ is "Believe." Jim challenged the Kane members to Believe in Service, Believe in Club Members, Believe in Training Officers, Believe in Projecting our Image, and Believe in Giving Back.
Materials for the roofing project at Kane High School are stacked outside the building. The Kane School Board in June approved the roof replacement project. Most of the original roof was last replaced in 1987. Money from the capital reserve fund will cover the cost of the project.
These three students at the Kane Elementary School walk Wednesday morning on the sidewalk on West Hemlock Avenue for the first day of classes. The students include, left to right: Honey Brown, 10, a fifth-grader; Max Bizzak, 7, a second-grader; and Madison Bizzak, 10, a fifth-grader.
These students exit their school bus upon arrival Wednesday morning at the Kane Elementary School for the first day of classes. The students include, front to back: Emily Kelley, 10, a fourth-grader; Brandon Kelley, 7, a second-grader; and John Grimm, 10, a fifth-grader.