The Kane-based Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group (AHUG) held its annual Women In Timber luncheon Thursday at Szymanski's Restaurant in Kane. Among those taking part in the event are, left to right: Fritz Lecker, district office manager for State Rep.
Four main characters in "The Wizard of Oz" wait to visit "Oz" in the opening Thursday night of the Kane school musical. They are Olivia Blackmore as "Dorothy," Bryant Hartzell-Dilley as the "Scarecrow," Robert Rasey as "The Lion" and Joey Bernhard as "The Tinman."
A company seeking a state permit to grow and process medical marijuana has a tentative 5-year lease to occupy this building on Route 59 at the entrance to the Bradford Regional Airport. The Bradford Regional Airport Authority acted this week to approve the proposed lease.
Garbage is being illegally dumped at the brush disposal area adjacent to Glenwood Park on Hacker Street in Kane. Persons with information on the scofflaws are urged to contact the borough office or the borough police department.
These first-grade students at the Kane Elementary School prepare to distribute their valentines at a Valentine's Day party. The group includes, left to right: Robert Myers, Max Lehman, Abigail Mix, Cherokee Smith, Isis Kinner and Kya Haight.
Claire Ann Buckley (left), president of the Kane School Board, congratulates Jeff Kepler (center) after his appointment Thursday as the acting school superintendent on July 1. He will replace Anna Kearney (right), the interim school superintendent.
Pennsylvania American Water is continuing to distribute water to its Kane district customers who are still experiencing odor and taste problems with their home water. A sanitary tanker is parked inside the Kane Fire Hall on Poplar Street.
Demolition continues at the former Kane Handle plant along Biddle Street (Route 6). Steve Dyne of Kane is the excavation contractor. John Sheidio, operator of Sheidio Logging and Lumber of Slippery Rock, is the owner of the site.
Members of the Highland Township Volunteer Fire Department squirt water on "hot spots" among the remnants of the Highland Hotel, which was totally destroyed by fire early Tuesday morning. No injuries were reported. Damage is estimated at more than $200,000.