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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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Stickers can be taken off plates

   With the annual task placing new registration stickers on the license plate no more, Pennsylvania drivers may now remove the adhesives if they so desire.  State Rep. Full Story

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Winter gear available at Chill Chasers event

   Winter’s icy grip may not yet be upon the region, but the annual Chill Chasers event organized by the Huntingdon County Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary is set to prepare folks for the cold.  For well over 20 years, the organizers of Full Story

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More alike than different

Family works to teach others about Down syndrome

   For Cree Wilson, the world holds plenty of opportunities to play and explore as he learns and grows, all the while teaching others about Down syndrome simply by being like any other 3-year-old.  He also rocks his signature Mohawk.  Full Story

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FFA members compete nationally

   FFA members from around the United States will gather in Indianapolis, Indiana, this week, including 38 students from Huntingdon County, to take part in the National FFA Convention and Expo.  Full Story

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Halloween marches on

Large crowds line Huntingdon street to enjoy parade

   Temperatures in the upper 60s and winds welcomed crowds that turned out Monday night for the annual Huntingdon Area Halloween Parade.  Impending rain dropped the temperature by four degrees over the course of the 90-minute procession, but the fi Full Story

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Paranormal investigation takes place at county library

   The rooms of the Huntingdon County Library are filled with tales, most of which are found within the pages of the books housed within, but a group of Saturday night visitors sought a story of a different sort. Full Story

Huntingdon residents thank police

   At the recent monthly meeting of Huntingdon Borough Council, members of the public stepped forward to offer their thanks to Huntingdon Borough Police Department for a job well done in protecting the community.  Full Story

Huntingdon Borough officials purchase nitrogen credits

   Above-average rainfall and several deluges this summer have resulted in the need for Huntingdon Borough to make a hefty purchase from Altoona.  To meet requirements set forth by the state Department of Environmental Protection, Huntingdon Boroug Full Story

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Highlighting heritage

Area association to create museum in Mount Union

   The members of the Bricktown Model Railroaders Association (BMRA) have not only a new home, but big plans to showcase local history in a museum and create a center of education and heritage.  The association recently purchased a warehouse prope Full Story

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Event to combat hunger

   Hunger and food insecurity are a constant companion for nearly 870 million people worldwide, especially those living in developing countries or impacted by natural disaster.  Full Story

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