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.
Phone: (814) 643-4040 ext. 158

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House discusses ideas for budget

   After the state Senate passed a plan to help fund the $32 billion spending plan for the state budget earlier this month, members of the state House have been looking at plans to help fund it, but have not officially brought anything forward yet.  Full Story


Senator pays visit to county

   U.S. Senator Robert Casey Jr. paid a visit to Huntingdon County Wednesday to share what he sees are concerns in the proposed federal budget that could impact the area. Full Story


JVSB members discuss renovations

   Some board members and administrators of the Juniata Valley School District, along with representatives from an architectural firm and construction management company toured the elementary school to see what improvements need to be made to the buildi Full Story

JOC members hear update on building

   An update was given on the progress of the $2.2 million USDA loan to construct a new building at Huntingdon County Career and Technology Center at the monthly Joint Operating Committee meeting Tuesday night. Full Story


Peachey’s Furniture and Crafts offers array of items

   Combining the former location of Peachey’s Chair Shop and the Furniture Barn in February 2016 allowed Peachey’s Furniture and Crafts, just three miles north of Allensville on Route 655 in Mifflin County to come together.  Samuel Peac Full Story


Kountry Kitchens is one-stop shop for canned goods

   Since 2012, Kountry Kitchens in Allensville, in Mifflin County, has been selling retail canned food items after being in the wholesale business since 2007.  “We did wholesale for about 10 years, and we started in retail in 2012,” sai Full Story


Man causes excitement at demolition derby

   One Huntingdon man proved at the Demolition Derby at the Huntingdon County Fair Monday evening that age doesn’t mean a thing when it comes to the drive to compete.  Phil Confer of Huntingdon, who was driving the number 80 1969 Chevrolet Co Full Story

Launch projects will begin soon

   The long-awaited project of revamping and constructing boat launches in Mapleton and Mount Union boroughs will soon become more than just a plan after over five years.  The project, which will cost around $500,000 for boat launches, is being fun Full Story


Fire company wins equipment

   Alexandria Volunteer Fire Co. was the recent recipient of a piece of equipment that will help enable fire company members to aid people in farming accidents.  The fire company just one of a dozen rural fire companies across the U.S. Full Story

Area code overlay will impact region

   Huntingdon County residents who live in close to the northern portion of Mifflin County will need to get in the practice of dialing 10 digits if they want to contact someone in the 717 area code. Full Story

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