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Huntingdon Water Plant employees will take samples from open hydrants, checking for any unusual material in the water and also looking to see how clear the water is after flushing for about 5 minutes.
The Mount Union track squad was back in action at home Thursday afternoon when they host Bellwood-Antis and Northern Bedford.
The Trojans ran against very tough competition in both teams with the boys losing 108-42 to Bellwood and they lost 81-68 to Northern Bedford.
The girls had the table turned on them with numbers helping them Wednesday and both Bellwood and Northern BedfordThe Southern Huntingdon track and field team continues to improve with better times on the track and improving their overall performance in the field.
The Rockets traveled to McConnellsburg Thursday afternoon to face West Branch and McConnellsburg.
The boys won two, beating the Spartans 132-14 and dealt West Branch a 111-39 setback.
The annual Liberal Arts Symposium on Thursday provided a forum for students to demonstrate year-long research projects to the rest of the college. Over the course of seven years, Huntingdon County CHAMP has brought together four high schools, one career and tech school, one charter school and hundreds of local teenagers.
During that same span of time, CHAMP raised over a quarter-million dollars for around five dozen Huntingdon County families.
Colter Webb, 30, of Pittsburgh, thanked Huntingdon County court officials for their professionalism while helping him navigate the process.
Huntingdon Borough personnel are conducting the semi-annual fire hydrant flushing in Huntingdon and the village area of Smithfield Township this week.
The Huntingdon track teams both came away with Mountain League victories over visiting Clearfield Wednesday at War Vets Field.
The Bearcat boys topped the Bison by an 88-62 margin, while the girls came away with an 85-64 win.
Huntingdon will have competitors in the Jack Roddick Invitational Meet Saturday at Shippensburg University.
Following a two-year disruption due to COVID-19, area senior citizens turned out in large numbers Wednesday to fellowship and learn about services available to the elderly at the Smithfield Fire Hall.
The enlightening event, sponsored by state Rep.
Rich Irvin in cooperation with numerous area promoters and vendors, drew a steady crowd of seniors who had the opportunity to visit with various local, state and federal agencies, businesses, human service providers and organizations to learn about available senior services.
The Infrastructure and Capacity Building Challenge Grant is the third grant the college has received through the NEH since 2020.