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April Feagley

Job Title: People & Pastimes and Religion Editor, Staff Writer
Covers: Huntingdon County Planning Commission, Juniata College
About: April began working at The Daily News in 2011 after completing a Bachelor of Science degree at Lancaster Bible College. She is a 1992 graduate of Huntingdon Area High School, where she was a participant in the press club.
E-mail: afeagley@huntingdondailynews.com
Phone: (814) 643-4040 ext. 132

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Residents speak on water request

   Huntingdon Borough Council members heard from representatives of Sunoco Logistics and members of the public Tuesday night during a sometimes raucous and contentious meeting.  Full Story

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Telethon tradition begins

43rd annual PRIDE event kicks off at 4 p.m. today

   A 43-year Huntingdon County tradition will kick off at 4 p.m. today, Wednesday, March 22, when the annual PRIDE Telethon goes live.  Full Story

Meeting planned for prospective farmers’ market vendors

   A meeting for prospective Mount Union Farmers’ Market vendors will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 23, at the office of the Center for Community Action at 207 Fifth St., Huntingdon.  Full Story

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Watching a child grow with ‘PRIDE’

   Many parents watch with pride as their children grow and mature, but one local mother can testify that she has watched her son grow with PRIDE.  Full Story

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Local program rolls on

Meals on Wheels seeks participants and volunteers

   While proposed cuts to federal funding for Meals on Wheels has become a part of the national conversation in recent days, volunteers with the Huntingdon Meals on Wheels program would like the public to know the local program has never received any fe Full Story

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Program inspired PRIDE volunteer

   Huntingdon County PRIDE has come to the assistance for many county residents throughout the years, and that help in a time of need inspired a Huntingdon man to become a devoted PRIDE volunteer. Full Story

Trust for Tomorrow to begin stream improvement

   Members of the Huntingdon County Planning Commission learned more about a nonprofit organization working to rehabilitate impaired waterways throughout the state at their regular meeting Thursday night.  Christine Woodard, director of restoration Full Story

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Volunteers install smoke alarms

   Volunteers from the American Red Cross and the Orbisonia Rockhill Volunteer Fire Co. canvassed the streets of Orbisonia and Rockhill boroughs Saturday morning in an effort to distribute and install free smoke alarms.   Full Story

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Rally for Raystown Lake

Pipeline resisters gather locally in show of solidarity

   Those concerned about the progress of the Mariner East 2 pipeline, as well as fracking and pipeline activity throughout the state and the nation, gathered for the Rally for Raystown Lake at Seven Points Saturday afternoon.  Full Story

Services available for abuse victims

   After additional charges were filed this week against a Mapleton man accused of multiple counts of sexual abuse of a minor, state police are urging any area residents with additional information to come forward. Full Story

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