Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Past- Week of Oct. 14, 1983

Resignations of two teachers are accepted by area school board
Members of the Kane Area School Board accepted the resignations of two longtime members of the high school faculty, senior social studies teacher Robert Robinson and driver’s education instructor John Jubon.

Kane Wolves get by Elk County 14-6
Elk County Christian had more total yards and more breaks, but the Kane Wolves had more points as they swept to a 14-6 Homecoming victory Saturday afternoon. Jeff Kocjancic tossed a 19-yard touchdown pass to Keith Hagman, while running back Joe Anderson scored on a five-yard carry on the first play of the fourth quarter for the Wolves’ winning touchdown.

Al-Kin Conference Disbands
The Al-Kin Conference is dead. Three Warren County schools, Sheffield, Youngsville and Eisenhower, announced last week that they were leaving the Al-Kin league to join a new league in District 10, the Tri-County League. Representatives of six schools met at Kane High School yesterday and voted unanimously to disband at the end of the current school year.

$2 Million Fire in in Ridgway – Buehler Lumber Yard
A fire of “unknown origin” destroyed three storage sheds and over 2 million board feet of finished lumber at the Buehler Lumber Mill in West Ridgway this morning.

First Federal Savings and Loan Association of Kane is celebrating the grand opening of its new office building (the former Deiches Clothing store) in Kane.