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Kylie Hawn

Job Title: Staff Writer
Covers: J.C. Blair Memorial Hospital, Blueprint Communities, Juniata Valley School Board and Juniata Valley municipalities
About: Kylie began working at The Daily News in 2012 after working for 10 years as a newspaper graphics production artist. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English/Communications from Albright College in 2001 and graduated from Southern Huntingdon County High School in 1997.
E-mail: khawn@huntingdondailynews.com
Phone: (814) 643-4040 ext. 158

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Huntingdon native hikes for homeless

   One Huntingdon native is hoping to raise awareness for the cause of homelessness as she hikes the Katahdin Trails in Maine starting early this week.  Full Story

Board members hear 911 update

   During their monthly meeting Thursday, members of the Huntingdon County 911 Policy Board heard an update on the progress of making sure the towers are ready for the digital radio upgrade, which is set to go live later this summer.  Full Story

JVSB members approve budget

   With no further discussion, members of the Juniata Valley School Board approved the operating budget for the 2018- 19 school year with no tax increase at the monthly meeting Wednesday evening.  The $12,333,282 million budget includes $4,237,810 Full Story

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Freight train strikes vehicle

   Emergency crews responded to a vehicle versus train crash at Jacob’s Crossing Road in Henderson Township at 3:20 p.m. Full Story

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Record donation given to college  Free Access 

   Five years ago, the Juniata College Class of 1968 reunion committee consisted of just four members, and only 14 members of the Class of 1968 attended the All Class Dinner to help kick off Alumni Weekend festivities in 2013. Full Story

Members of JOC talk security plan

   After receiving another proposal for security assessment at Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center (HCCTC), members of the Joint Operating Committee (JOC) agreed to review both proposals before making a decision on which to choose at the mont Full Story

Leaders OK software update

   A software upgrade for the Huntingdon County Register and Recorder’s office will allow the county to more efficiently store digital images of all documents at a less expensive rate.  That software upgrade was approved by the Huntingdon Cou Full Story

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Continuing a tradition

Civic Day educates Boy Scouts on county government

   About 20 Boy Scouts from area troops around the county gathered at the county offices to learn more about how government works Tuesday morning at the second annual Civic Day.  Full Story

Discussion of fire tax ongoing in Alexandria

   Further discussion about the feasibility of adding a 3 percent fire tax in Alexandria Borough to help support Alexandria Volunteer Fire Co. was a topic for discussion at the monthly meeting of Alexandria Borough Council Monday evening.  Full Story

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Step taken to apply for liquor license

   Those have been to Martin General Store in Porter Township may have recently noticed a sign in the window regarding a restaurant liquor license.  After the store was the winning bidder of restaurant liquor license last November for $35,000, they Full Story

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