2018-01-17 / Front Page
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Western Auto to close doors after 48 years in business

Western Auto, a staple among Huntingdon’s main street businesses, will close its doors on or before Wednesday, Feb. More...

2018-01-18 / Front Page
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Business closures continue to impact local retailers

News of impending closures on the 700 block of Washington Street have left neighboring business owners concerned about the current state of downtown retail and wondering what the future will hold.  More...

2018-01-15 / Front Page
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Flooding seen on Juniata River, Stone Creek due to ice

Though the ice jams were not as significant as in other parts of the state, there were a couple of ice jams that occurred in the county over the weekend. More...

2018-01-16 / Front Page
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Members of the public, concerned parents and faculty led Monday’s Huntingdon Area School Board meeting, questioning board members and the district itself on the integration of Mass Customized Learning (MCL) into classrooms and the plan developm More...

2018-01-15 / Local News
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Fire and ambulance crews from Mount Union were called to the scene of a motor-vehicle crash just before 7 p.m. Saturday at the intersection of N. Division and E. Shirley streets in Mount Union. More...

2018-01-15 / Local News

Reckless endangerment   More...

2018-01-16 / Local News

The first criminal court session of the year was all but crowded with defendants, supporters and law personnel, with 116 cases scheduled for the day. More...

2018-01-15 / Front Page
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State Sen. More...

2018-01-17 / Front Page

Tuesday night marked the first regular business meeting for Huntingdon Borough Council this year, as well as the tightening of procedures to set the tone for the new council. More...

2018-01-17 / Local News

Minutes before he was set to go to trial, Gary G. More...

2018-01-16 / Front Page
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HCCTC students among 200 to compete at SkillsUSA event

In a time where there is a shortage of skilled tradespeople, a competition at Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center and Huntingdon Area High School Monday brought together over 200 students, including nearly 40 from the county, indicating th More...

2018-01-18 / Front Page
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On the heels of the announcement state Sen. John Eichelberger Jr. will seek the Republican nomination for the 9th U.S. Congressional District, state Rep. More...

2018-01-18 / Local News

Criminal trespass   More...

2018-01-17 / Front Page
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Sisters Gini Kelley, left, and Ruth Wyland, took a walk with River, an American Bulldog, through the village of Smithfield Tuesday afternoon to enjoy the snowfall. More...

2018-01-16 / Editorial

Law enforcement officers are as brave as they come Editor The Daily News Dear Editor: More...

2018-01-17 / Local News

Drugs found   SHIRLEY TWP. — State police at Huntingdon report a Mount Union woman was found to be in possession of a controlled substance and related paraphernalia at 8:10 a.m. Jan. 10. Charges were subsequently filed. More...

2018-01-16 / Front Page

A budget resolution, the search for a new junior high school principal and recognition of FFA students were among business tended to by the Mount Union Area School Board which convened for a special voting session Monday night.  More...

2018-01-15 / Front Page
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It doesn’t get much better than a Saturday morning in a tropical paradise, but for those visiting and living in Hawaii, Jan. More...

2018-01-18 / Local News

A Mount Union man will have three of his cases moved to the Huntingdon County Court of Common Pleas after waiving his preliminary hearing rights in central court Jan. 10.  More...

2018-01-17 / Front Page

The Huntingdon County Commissioners passed a resolution at their weekly meeting Tuesday morning, stating they will, in good faith, reopen negotiations with the Teamsters Local 110 to come up with a resolution and avoid protracted litigation.  More...

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