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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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Popcorn Bowl event to aid Make-A-Wish

   Nine teams are set to take the field Sunday, Nov. 19, at the VFW Teener League Field, Huntingdon, in an attempt to win the inaugural Moetion Pictures Popcorn Bowl and grant wishes for some area children at the same time.  Full Story

New legislation limits tethering

   Pet owners should be aware legislation enacted in August will significantly reduce the amount of time a dog may be legally tethered when temperatures drop.  Commonly known as Libre’s Law, named for a Lancaster County puppy rescued from an Full Story

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Recent popularity of essential oil usage sparks safety discussion

   The medicinal use of essential oils traces back to ancient times and, in recent years, has undergone a resurgence as more people turn to natural remedies to treat minor ailments or chronic conditions.  To aid in the dissemination of important us Full Story

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A day meant for quitting

Great American Smokeout to be observed Thursday

   Thursday, Nov. 16, is a day to celebrate quitters and aspiring quitters with the observance of the Great American Smokeout, an annual intervention promoted by the American Cancer Society.  Full Story

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SA bell ringers kick off season

   Frosty air and the jangle of bells heralded the kick-off of the Salvation Army of Huntingdon County’s 2017 Red Kettle Campaign Friday morning.  Volunteers from Community State Bank and area churches and organizations launched the campaign Full Story

Sheep, donkey lost as result of wildlife

   Run-ins with wildlife have ended in loss for the owners of several sheep and a miniature donkey in two separate incidents in Porter Township in recent weeks.  State Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer Amy Nabozny was responsible for th Full Story

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Studying agents of change  Free Access 

Students visit Juniata College for Reformation activities

   High school students from Huntingdon Area High School and Juniata Valley High School spent Wednesday on the Juniata College campus to learn about Agents of Change as part of German Week activities. Full Story

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Community supports gala  Free Access 

Annual event raised funds for second endoscopy suite

   The first snowfall may not have arrived yet, but guests at the Winter Wonderland Gala Saturday enjoyed a sparkling evening in Baker Refectory within Ellis Hall on the campus of Juniata College. Full Story

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Mayor seeks collaboration to beautify Huntingdon Borough

   Keeping Huntingdon Borough looking its best takes many hands working together and to ensure maintenance of the communities many beautification projects, a new adoption program has been launched.  Mayor Dee Dee Brown is seeking individuals, group Full Story

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Veterans visit alpaca farm on trail

   An inaugural event aimed toward introducing veterans to the many agricultural opportunities available to them within the region included a stop in Huntingdon County Saturday. Full Story

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