2018-02-20 / Front Page
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A search warrant executed Monday afternoon led to the arrest of a 70-year-old man in what was one of the county’s most elaborate marijuana grow operation. More...

2018-02-19 / Front Page
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A Spruce Creek man tragically lost his life in a vehicle vs. pedestrian accident Saturday afternoon while working for PennDOT in Logan Township, Blair County. More...

2018-02-20 / Front Page
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A blazing inferno is the only way to describe a Clay Township fire area firefighters faced shortly before 1 a.m. today. A one-story wooden frame structure that was separated into apartments burned in a spectacular blaze that took 11 area volunteer fire companies to contain. More...

2018-02-22 / Front Page

A James Creek man has been arrested for making an alleged gun threat Wednesday at the Tussey Mountain High School. Daniel D. Hall, 19, was charged by state police in Bedford and arraigned before magisterial district judge Brian Baker on $20,000 bail. More...

2018-02-21 / Local News
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A busy day for fire services Tuesday resulted in two fires in the Huntingdon area within a few hours of one another.  The first fire at 10848 Henderson Overlook Road in Juniata Township called out fire crews at 10 a.m. for a working dwelling fire involving a two-story home belonging to Donald Smith.  More...

2018-02-19 / Local News

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2018-02-20 / Front Page
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Maps now place county in 13th Congressional District

The state Supreme Court released its version of the congressional district maps Monday afternoon, putting Huntingdon County in the 13th Congressional District, which is now represented by U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster. More...

2018-02-20 / Local News

Missing persons found   THRE SPRINGS BORO. — State police at Huntingdon report a 16-year-old male and 15-year-old female reported missing Feb. 14 were located and returned home to 8319 Railroad St. Feb. 16.   More...

2018-02-19 / Local News

A 70-year-old Huntingdon man plans to enter a guilty plea to felony aggravated indecent assault of a child charges pending his attorney’s review of his case. More...

2018-02-19 / Front Page
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Emergency crews rushed to the scene of a working dwelling fire at Happy Trials Campground at 13682 Upper Corners Road in Penn Township just before noon Sunday. Crews from Marklesburg, Saxton, Alexandria, Smithfield and Mill Creek volunteer fire companies, as well as Huntingdon Regional Fire & Rescue (HRFR) and Marklesburg Ambulance responded to the incident. More...

2018-02-21 / Front Page

The matter of repairing the town clock was revisited during the regular monthly meeting of Huntingdon Borough Council Tuesday night. The town clock, housed in the spire of Huntingdon Presbyterian Church, has been inoperable since 2016 and efforts have been ongoing to secure the funding required to see it keep time once more. More...

2018-02-22 / Local News

Three people, including a James Creek woman, have been charged after state police at Bedford conducted a search and found items used to manufacture methamphetamine at a residence in Liberty Township Monday afternoon.  More...

2018-02-19 / Front Page
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A Saxton mother and son escaped serious injury early Saturday as a fire ripped through their mobile home at 805 Branch St. in Saxton Borough. The fire broke out shortly after 6 a.m. The two-bedroom mobile home was occupied by Anna Douglas and her son Joe Douglas and was owned by Brian Long of Martinsburg. More...

2018-02-20 / Front Page
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The spillway at the Raystown Dam was a popular spot Monday afternoon as motorists stopped to view the temporary waterfall created by the discharge of excess water from Raystown Lake. More...

2018-02-21 / Front Page

The Southern Huntingdon County School Board held its monthly meeting Tuesday evening to discuss several important issues that will directly impact the student body as well as staff of the district. A major topic of discussion surrounded the implementation of the new information and communication systems that were approved at last night’s meeting. More...

2018-02-22 / Front Page
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The finish line is in sight for the annual Huntingdon County United Way campaign, which launched with the Day of Caring last September and will wrap up Wednesday, Feb. 28. More...

2018-02-22 / Front Page

Several parents and members of the Juniata Valley Wrestling Team spoke on behalf of coach Trevor Kern at the district’s monthly school board meeting Wednesday evening. More...

2018-02-22 / Front Page

The subject of time limits on public comment during regular Huntingdon Borough Council meetings arose once more Tuesday night as some residents feel their input is being impeded. More...

2018-02-22 / Local News
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Emergency crews were dispatched to the scene of a possible dwelling fire at 710 Fifth St. in Huntingdon Borough around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday.  More...

2018-02-23 / Front Page
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Congressional hopefuls speak at annual GOP dinner

It was an exciting night for the Grand Old Party, better known as the GOP, of Huntingdon County, as over 360 people gathered at the Smithfield Fire Hall Thursday night to hear from 20 Republican candidates for federal and state offices for the Lincoln Day Dinner. More...

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