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Boys & Girls Club of Hgtn. receives Duke Energy grant

Teenagers like Taylor Mooberry and Hunter Uhrick are benefiting from a $4,000 grant from Duke Energy.
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Duke Energy has recently provided a $4,000 grant to the Boys & Girls Club of Huntington County for their CRASH Course, said State Sen. Andy Zay (R-Huntington).

CRASH Course is a workforce development program that teaches middle and high school students how to fill out job applications, interview and dress suitably. The program also covers topics such as punctuality, attendance, good communication and being a team player.

 


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HCCSC discusses local trail expansion

Huntington Mayor Richard Strick (left) attended the Huntington County Community School Corporation (HCCSC) Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, Nov. 22, to discuss the Erie Rail Trail Expansion project. Featured is Board Member Brian Warpup (right) asking questions about the project.
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Mayor Richard Strick and City of Huntington Director of Public Works Adam Cuttriss attended the Huntington County Community School Corporation (HCCSC) Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, Nov. 22, to discuss receiving easement rights for the Erie Rail Trail Expansion Project.

HCCSC Superintendent Chad Daugherty explained that this is a $1.9 million project that includes expansion of the existing Erie Rail Trail near the Huntington University (HU) campus. The expansion would end at the Parkview Huntington Family YMCA. The project would also include road improvements.

 


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Wiley signs with University of Colorado

Huntington North High School senior Addy Wiley (front, middle) officially signed a Letter of Intent on Monday, Nov. 22, to attend the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, to run cross county, as well as track and field. Featured are (front, from left) Stacy Wiley, Wiley and Brian Wiley, as well as (back, from left) Marg Bentley, Jack Bentley, Libby Wiley, Aaron Wiley and Ladiana Wiley.
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Huntington North High School (HNHS) senior Addy Wiley made her college choice official on Monday, Nov. 29, signing her National Letter of Intent to attend the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO. Wiley will be continuing her academic and athletic careers, running both cross country and track for the Buffaloes.

 


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