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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MU Farmers’ Market season to start Friday

   Opportunities to purchase fresh, locally-grown produce abound with the upcoming opening of the Mount Union Farmers’ Market set for Friday, June 1.  The market will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each Friday through Friday, Sept. 28.  Full Story


Human intervention harmful for wildlife

   Wild fawns, hatchlings and baby bunnies may seem vulnerable, especially when observed without a mother nearby, but the human instinct to help may cause harm instead.  Animals’ instinctive habits in raising their young may look neglectful b Full Story

Defeating stigma focus of campaign

   Throughout the month of May, professionals across the United States have rallied to combat stigma and raise awareness in observance of Mental Health Month.  Full Story


A day of remembrance

Memorial Day services take place throughout county

   As many set up their grills or readied boats for a day on the water, Memorial Day services held throughout Huntingdon County Monday honored the purpose of the holiday — to remember the fallen.  Frank P. Full Story


EMS Week a time for thanks

   Emergency medical service (EMS) practitioners provide life-saving services to their communities and today, Saturday, May 26, wraps up National EMS Week.  Full Story


Honoring military service

National publication recounts local transportation unit

   A national veterans publication has taken up the tale of 74 young men who left the Huntingdon Armory in the summer of 1950 as part of the 131st Transportation Truck Co. to serve in the Korean War.  Full Story


Cemetery flags placed for holiday

   Rows of flags, silently waving in tribute over the graves of those who gave of themselves in military service, have been placed in cemeteries throughout the county in observance of the upcoming Memorial Day holiday.  “Someone has to rememb Full Story


Launch permits required for state-owned facilities

   Memorial Day weekend marks the opening of the summer season with many planning to set out on area lakes or rivers to enjoy some fun and sun.  Full Story


Celebrating achievement  Free Access 

Mother and daughter graduate from Juniata College

   A mother-daughter duo has much to celebrate today as they don caps and gowns in preparation to receive their degrees during Juniata College’s 140th commencement ceremony. Full Story


Seeking employment

High school, college students search for summer jobs

   Many high school and college students leaving the classroom for the summer months are dusting off resumes and filling out applications in search of a job.  From fast food to factory, employment opportunities for teens and young adult students ar Full Story

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