Cold temperatures moved trash collection day to this Saturday, Feb. 2

The trash collection contractor for the City of Huntington, Advanced Disposal Services, has announced that due to extreme cold temperatures the trash routes in the City of Huntington that were to be done Wednesday, Jan. 30, and Thursday, Jan. 31, will be done on Saturday, Feb. 2. 

The route for Friday, Feb. 1, will not change.

The change is being made in consideration of the safety of the collection crews and the citizens, city officials announced.

Doing it the Husky Way


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The following students at Horace Mann Elementary School, in Huntington, received the Husky Way Award during the second quarter of the school year.

Mayor to present ‘state of city’ Feb. 1

Huntington Mayor Brooks Fetters will present the “State of the City” address, on Friday, Feb. 1, at 7:30 a.m. at Café of Hope.
Coffee will be served at the meeting.

Café of Hope is located at 900 E. State St., Huntington.

Huntington Chiropractic sponsors Love f-raiser

Huntington Chiropractic Center is sponsoring its annual fund-raiser for Love In the Name of Christ, offering services in return for a donation to Love INC. Pictured are (from left) Dr. Stephen Geders, Lisa Lauer, April Wilfong and Cindy Geders. This year they are collecting cleaning and personal care (non-food) supplies for the pantry’s supplies closet from Feb. 14 through Feb. 22. To make an appointment, call Huntington Chiropractic Center at 356-1212.
Photo by Rebecca Sandlin.

Huntington Chiropractic Center is sponsoring a fund-raiser called “Spread the Love for Love INC Day,” to benefit Love In the Name of Christ, and is inviting patients to receive services in exchange for donations of non-food items.

The center offers new patients a consultation with the doctor, an orthopedic/neurological exam, computerized tests and a written report of findings for a minimum donation of cleaning and personal care items to help fill Love INC’s food pantry supply closet.

Gilpin earns dean’s list accolade at Mount St. Joseph University

Megan Gilpin, of Roanoke, has been named to Mount St. Joseph University’s fall 2018 dean’s list. Gilpin is a student in the field of biology.

To qualify for the dean’s list, an undergraduate student must earn a GPA of 3.5 or higher while enrolled in six hours or more of course work for a letter grade (excluding pass/fail courses).
Gilpin was among the 35 percent of undergraduate students named to the university’s fall 2018 dean’s list.

A Catholic institution, Mount St. Joseph University is located in Cincinnati, OH.

Cold temperatures moved trash collection day to this Saturday, Feb. 2

The trash collection contractor for the City of Huntington, Advanced Disposal Services, has announced that due to extreme cold temperatures the trash routes in the City of Huntington that were to be done Wednesday, Jan. 30, and Thursday, Jan. 31, will be done on Saturday, Feb. 2. 

The route for Friday, Feb. 1, will not change.

The change is being made in consideration of the safety of the collection crews and the citizens, city officials announced.

Recyclables pick-up day moves one day

Republic Services, which picks up recyclables in Huntington, closed on Wednesday, Jan. 30, due to low temperatures.

As a result of the closure, recycling pickups will be delayed one day. Wednesday pickups will occur Thursday, Jan. 31; Thursday pickups will occur Friday, Feb. 1; and Friday pickups will occur Saturday, Feb. 2.

Joseph L. Holloway

Joseph L. Holloway, 88, of Huntington, IN, died Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019, at 9:20 a.m. at Oakbrook Village in Huntington.

Mr. Holloway graduated from Huntington High School and served in the United states Navy. He worked in printing at Huntington News and spent five years working for Majestic Corporation in Huntington. He worked in assembly in the tool and die industry for Drerup Machine Shop, General Electric for 18 years and Global Tool and Automation for 12 years, retiring in 1997. He was a member of College Park United Brethren Church in Huntington.

James Bolding

James Bolding, 90, of Warren, IN, died Sunday, Jan. 27, 2019, at 1:05 p.m.
 
He worked at Majestic and Indiana Molding as a supervisor.

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