2017-06-23 / Front Page

A Huntingdon Borough Council member was arrested by Huntingdon Borough Police (HPD) Wednesday night following an incident at a residence on the 1400 block of Mifflin Street.  Ronald Enyeart, 32, has been charged with two counts of simple assault More...

2017-06-20 / Front Page
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Oven One at Park Furniture announces plans to close

For decades, Oven One, the lunch counter inside Huntingdon’s largest downtown retail space, has enticed customers to come and sit to enjoy home cooking and down-to-earth company. More...

2017-06-21 / Front Page

The monthly meeting of Huntingdon Borough Council Tuesday night was marked by rising tension and antagonistic exchanges with members of the public.  Following roll call, a 30-minute public comment period opened with four borough residents airing More...

2017-06-23 / Front Page
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Veterans struggle with government health care program

Editor’s Note: The following is the first in a two-part series exploring problems encountered by veterans attempting to utilize the Veterans Choice program. More...

2017-06-19 / Local News

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2017-06-21 / Front Page

A Maryland-based company that announced plans in March to grow and develop medical marijuana in Saxton learned its application for a permit was not among the 12 approved by the state Department of Health Tuesday. More...

2017-06-23 / Front Page
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Visitors to Portstown Park in Huntingdon Thursday were treated to an unusual sight — a crew of scuba divers in the Juniata River. More...

2017-06-22 / Local News
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Alexandria Volunteer Fire Co. and state police at Huntingdon were called to a two-vehicle accident around 6:30 p.m. More...

2017-06-20 / Front Page

Without any discussion during its monthly meeting Tuesday, the Huntingdon Area School Board (HASB) approved raising taxes.  The board voted in favor of the final 2017-18 budget in the amount of $28,871,499, with an increase of 1.3315 mills, whic More...

2017-06-19 / Front Page
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With summer usually marking class reunion season, one area class went the extra mile to take classmates back to their high school days.  The Mount Union Area High School Class of 1967 gathered Friday and Saturday at the American Legion Country C More...

2017-06-21 / Local News
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A former Huntingdon man charged with downloading material related to child pornography will serve two to five years in a state correctional facility.  Ryan M. Wiser, 34, Carlisle, Cumberland County, was recently sentenced before Judge Albert H. More...

2017-06-19 / Front Page
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Eighth annual Juneteenth event held at Portstown Park

For the eighth year, a Juneteenth celebration was held Saturday at Portstown Park, Huntingdon, and provided an opportunity for people to come together for a day of fun and fellowship.  More...

2017-06-22 / Front Page
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Just as the Flood of 1972 carved a path of destruction throughout the eastern United States, the disaster and its aftermath is also engraved in the memories of local residents who lived through it.  More...

2017-06-22 / Front Page
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Issues trace back to excess product, not enough demand

Last year marked one of the lower points in the local dairy market, resulting in a substantial financial drought for dairy farmers in the county. More...

2017-06-21 / People/Pastimes
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The winners of the 2017 Pennsylvania Heritage Songwriting contest sponsored by Smoked Country Jam Bluegrass have been announced.  This year’s winners were selected from the largest and strongest field of entries to date. More...

2017-06-21 / Business News

June 9, 2017  M. Faye Yocum Estate and Beth A. Yocum, executrix, grantors, to John W. Sewell and Tracy S. Sewell, property in Huntingdon Borough, $242,900.  David C. Rickabaugh, Cynthia L. Rickabaugh and Cynthia L. More...

2017-06-19 / Front Page

As tourism season approaches its peak, state routes and county roads will become more congested. More...

2017-06-22 / Front Page
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Although there is technology available to students in the Huntingdon Area School District (HASD), administration is currently working to further integrate technology into school instruction as part of a new teaching strategy. More...

2017-06-22 / Front Page
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After completing an extension project to install additional breeding tanks, members of the Pennsylvania Striped Bass Association (PSBA) have successfully spawned striped bass from Raystown Lake for the first time in the lake’s history and have More...

2017-06-23 / Front Page

After two votes and by the narrowest margin, the Mount Union Area School Board gave final passage to the district’s 2017-18 budget during Thursday night’s monthly meeting. More...

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