2018-04-16 / Front Page
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State police at Huntingdon are still investigating a three-vehicle crash on Route 22 in Henderson Township that claimed the life of a Mercersburg man Sunday morning.  Carter Brown, 19, of Mercersburg, was pronounced dead at the scene at 8:40 a.m More...

2018-04-16 / Front Page
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Longtime business owner and community philanthropist Bernie Swartz passed away April 14, leaving a legacy of kindness and commerce with those who knew him.  Mr. Swartz was at AristaCare at Huntingdon Park at the time of his passing. More...

2018-04-21 / Front Page
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Franchise owner to build restaurant in Smithfield Twp.

Fast food fans will have even more opportunities to have it their way as plans are in place for the “Home of the Whopper” to move to a new location by the end of the year.  More...

2018-04-17 / Front Page
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Broad Top Area Medical Center walk-in clinic planned

The administrators of the Broad Top Area Medical Center, a Federal Qualified Health Center (FQHC) have new plans in the works to help serve patients of the county.  Melissa Walls, BTAMC CEO, said a walk-in clinic will open next to Wise Eyes in t More...

2018-04-17 / Local News

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2018-04-18 / Front Page

The outcome of two muchdiscussed issues was overshadowed by a continuation of antagonistic dialogue with the public at the regular business meeting of Huntingdon Borough Council Tuesday night.  More...

2018-04-19 / Front Page

An environmental oversight team has been formed at Juniata College to aid the developers of the proposed Terrace Mountain Lodge and Hawn’s Bridge Recreation Area.  More...

2018-04-20 / Front Page

Huntingdon County Senior Judge Stewart Kurtz was quick in his decision to join three defendants facing heinous crime charges during criminal court Thursday, despite attorney objection.  More...

2018-04-16 / Front Page
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Fifty-four contestants representing 28 counties in the state, along with their families and friends, descended upon Huntingdon County this weekend for the very first Pennsylvania Miss United States Agriculture Pageant, held at Huntingdon Area High Sc More...

2018-04-17 / Front Page
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Though the area received nearly 2 inches of rain Monday afternoon, flooding was limited to only a few areas in the county.  According to Joe Thompson, Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency director, there were only a few areas of concern More...

2018-04-17 / Front Page

The Tussey Mountain School Board Monday night accepted with regret the resignation of a school board member and terminated the employment of an unnamed district employee, both by unanimous vote. More...

2018-04-19 / Front Page
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State Secretary of Education visits with TIU associates

The state Secretary of Education fielded questions from school leaders across the region Wednesday during the Tuscarora Intermediate Unit’s annual convention.  The 45th annual event, held at the Huntingdon County Career and Technology Cent More...

2018-04-18 / Front Page
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Juniata students host 20th annual Physics Phun Night

Juniata College senior Joey Schnaubelt has always had an interested in physics, but Tuesday night, he and his fellow Society of Physics students shared that interest with a crowd of all ages that packed the Brumbaugh Academic Center on campus as they More...

2018-04-20 / Press Club
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Huntingdon Area High School (HAHS) class of 2020 lost a beloved friend recently as a result of suicide.  Mitchell Smith, 16, was a triplet and is survived at HAHS students and brothers, Connor and Gabriel, and senior sister, Carrington. More...

2018-04-18 / Front Page
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The Southern Huntingdon County School Board met Tuesday night for its monthly meeting to approve the contract for the technology services department.  In-Shore Technologies will replace the current technology provider, Questeq, which has been th More...

2018-04-19 / Editorial

Huntingdon community lost a true friend  Editor The Daily News Dear Editor:   More...

2018-04-16 / Front Page
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Business was “blooming” at Martin’s Garden Center in Morris Township Saturday, just three days after a fire heavily damaged buildings on the site.  The fire destroyed a 40-foot by 60-foot storage building and about one-third of More...

2018-04-18 / Front Page
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A polling place location change was approved by the Huntingdon County Commissioners at their weekly meeting Tuesday morning.  Elections coordinator Heather Fellman explained the polling place for Orbisonia Borough will be moved from the Orbisoni More...

2018-04-17 / Front Page
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The felines were triumphant once more as a very handsome orange tabby named Noodles has been officially named as the winner of the 2018 Daily News Most Adorable Pet Contest.  From humble beginnings born as a farm cat, Noodles has attained a life More...

2018-04-17 / Editorial

Donations go directly to county residents  Editor The Daily News Dear Editor:   If you purchased fudge from the Women’s Auxiliary of the Huntingdon County Salvation Army in March, it is my pleasure to report to you how your donation w More...

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