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.
Phone: (814) 643-4040 ext. 132

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Injured rare owl rescued in county

   A rare owl experienced a day that was truly for the birds Thursday and will soon be on the mend thanks to the intervention of some caring PennDOT employees.  The long-eared owl was discovered along Route 26 near McAlevys Fort with a severely inj Full Story

Vet isn’t concerned by canine influenza

   Cases of canine influenza have some pet owners concerned about the safety of their dogs, but there is likely little cause for concern.  Cases of the H3N2 virus, simply referred to as “dog flu,” have been reported across the country i Full Story


Donations to aid pool additions

   Summer may seem a world away, but members of the Huntingdon Borough Parks & Recreation Commission recently received a generous donation that will help them go the distance toward completing projects to add to the fun at the Isett Community Swimmi Full Story


Ice fishing a popular pastime during winter

   The season opener of trout season may be a few months off, along with warmer weather, but many dedicated anglers continue to drop lines throughout the winter even if it takes boring a hole in the ice to do it.  Ice fishing is a popular pastime i Full Story

Borough council explores budget

   Members of Huntingdon Borough Council took another swing at the recently-reopened 2018 budget during a special meeting Tuesday night.  The question of continuing the annual donation to the Huntingdon Ambulance Authority was revisited as soon as Full Story


Heading for the finish line

United Way campaign at 85 percent of fundraising goal

   The annual Huntingdon County United Way campaign, which launched with the Day of Caring last September, is racing toward the finish line.  “We are at approximately 85 percent of our goal,” said Huntingdon County United Way executive Full Story

Point in time count to help homeless

   To better serve the homeless, the Center for Community Action (CCA), is requesting assistance from local residents, agencies and churches as they conduct a point in time count Wednesday, Jan. Full Story


Hundreds visit park for snowfest

   Absolutely perfect weather conditions drew hundreds of people to Greenwood Furnace State Park Saturday to take part in the fifth annual Snowfest celebration. Full Story


Celebrating a new start

Cocktail party event opens Huntingdon Events Center

   Business partners Ron Baron and David Hurley welcomed over 100 guests to the newly-established Huntingdon Events Center Saturday night with a cocktail party Saturday night. Full Story


Leaders look to future of downtown

   Huntingdon Borough’s downtown business district has been dealt some difficult blows lately, but local leaders believe positive changes may very well be in the future.  Full Story

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