January 14, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

TMSB members start budget talks

Daily News Staff Writer  Meeting in its first workshop session of the new year, the Tussey Mountain School Board Monday evening began work on its 2014-15 fiscal budget.  More...

HASD manager part of conference

Daily News Staff Writer  Huntingdon Area School District business manager Melinda Stuck will join school business managers from other school districts throughout the state looking to get reimbursements back from the commonwealth.  More...

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Two juries selected for upcoming trials

Daily News Staff Writer  Two juries were selected during the first 2014 jury selection of the Huntingdon County Court of Common Pleas Monday morning. More...

Huntingdon man sentenced for selling marijuana

Daily News Staff Writer  A Huntingdon man will spend time in jail and pay fines for selling marijuana to agents from the state attorney general’s office over a four-month period in Huntingdon Borough and Smithfield Township.  More...

Todd Township emergency coordinator completes training

Daily News Staff Writer  Todd Township Supervisors listened to a report Monday evening from emergency management coordinator (EMC) Nancy MacNamara.  More...

Editorial

A dangerous situation

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C’mon, senators and representatives

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‘Why don’t we go back to the old days?’

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Chatter Box

‘Big Orange’ season celebrated

Those bitter cold temperatures from last week are hard to forget, but have you noticed how mild they make 30 degrees feel? That means the forecasted temps in the upper 40s might feel downright spring-like today.  More...

Healthy Living

GETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF A CUP OF TEA

Tea is a popular beverage that has been enjoyed for centuries. An estimated three billion cups of tea are consumed across the globe every day, with many people looking to tea when they are sick or to prevent illness. More...

SNACK FOODS CAN BE HEALTHY WITH SMART CHOICES

Medical professionals often warn that snack foods can be unhealthy, upsetting dieting plans and causing a person to consume more calories than is recommended. More...

Annie's Mailbox

Unless you want your heart broken, let her go

Dear Annie: I have been in a committed relationship for a year. Admittedly, my girlfriend and I (we are lesbians) rushed into things. We moved in together quickly when she broke up with her girlfriend of five years. More...

Horoscope

Horscope

BY JACQUELINE BIGAR  A baby born today has a Sun in Capricorn and a Moon in Cancer.  HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014:  More...

Hospital official backs legislation

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JC students meet high court justice

Daily News Staff Writer  Students and a faculty member from Juniata College visiting the nation’s capital had the opportunity to rub elbows with some heavy hitters in Washington politics Monday.  More...

Home brewer shares art of science

Daily News Staff Writer  With home brewing beer becoming increasingly popular, the 4 and More Cultural Districtsponsored Lunch and Learn hosted Lewistown resident and home brewer Kevin Morgan at the Art Space in Huntingdon Monday to teach area r More...

State/National Sports  Free Access 

Trojans lose to Williamsburg

Tynita White carried the Mount Union girl’s basketball team with 34 points in a 57-52 Inter-County Conference North loss at Williamsburg Monday night.  The Trojans had won two of their last four games and slip to 5-6 overall for the season More...

Rockets top Tigers for 1st win

Southern Huntingdon played to its potential Monday evening and was able to give coach Todd Cornelius that first win of the season with a 69-56 ICC North victory at Fannett-Metal.  More...

Hornets win non-league tilt at Everett

Juniata Valley’s boys built a 10-point lead by halftime, then outscored host Everett 23-6 in the third stanza to put the nonleague contest away and record a 66-43 victory.  The win is the third straight for the Hornets, now 10-2 on the sea More...

People/Pastimes

Engaged to Wed

Beam-Beck  Chelsie Beck of Huntingdon and Ethan Beam of Alexandria are pleased to announce their engagement.  More...

Wedding registry 101

For engaged couples, it can seem as if there are a million things to accomplish before the big day arrives. More...

Proper etiquette for thank-you cards

Weddings and gifts go handin hand. Couples who are tying the knot can expect to receive scores of gifts, ranging from simple well-wishes to cash to items listed on their registries. More...

Doctor K

Light therapy can help overcome seasonal affective disorder

DEAR DOCTOR K: I have seasonal affective disorder so I dread the approach of winter. What can I do?  More...

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