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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

Other articles by this author

Weather holds back voters

   As the presidential election nears, an old report that ran in the “Journal of Politics” titled, “The Republicans Should Pray for Rain: Weather, Turnout and Voting in U.S. Full Story

Mild winter conditions sustain state’s squirrels

   While the population of squirrels is seeing a boom in other parts of the Northeast due to a bumper nut crop this year and mild winter last year, the state Game Commission doesn’t expect populations in the county to see a significant increase. Full Story

ID issue stumps county residents

   Election day is almost here, and some county residents may still be confused about needing to show photo ID at the polls before voting Tuesday, Nov. 6. Full Story

Area experts offer tips to repair battered trees

   While damage sustained as a result of Hurricane Sandy was minimal in Huntingdon County, there have been reports of downed power lines as a result of fallen trees, and some property owners did sustain damage to their trees.  Full Story

Coroner examines death record ruling

   A state Supreme Court judge ruled Oct. Full Story

Bleyer workers continue to strike, despite weather warnings

   Despite the severe weather warnings from Hurricane Sandy, Workers United Local No. 9 will resume striking today at Bleyer Industries, Inc, Mount Union.  Full Story

Bleyer workers given runaround to get pay

   Despite being on the picket line, Bleyer Industries employees from Workers United Local No. 9 received their paychecks from their last week of work Friday. but not without some struggle from company management.  Full Story

Identity safety key to public

   The Huntingdon County Chamber of Commerce sponsored an identity theft seminar Oct. Full Story

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Local group offers support for breast cancer survivors

   October may be Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but local women who have suffered from breast cancer have a support group in which to turn for the needed guidance, love and care only those who have suffered from the diagnosis can fully give all year lo Full Story

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