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Nicola lands new role at airport

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
Huntington Municipal Airport has new leadership this year as Airport Manager Scott Nicola began his duties Jan. 1.
Nicola, a 2004 Huntington North High School graduate and Huntington native, replaces Steve Gray, who retire . . . more »


Drug summit held in Huntington

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
Local health providers, law enforcement and government officials gathered Friday to discuss the opioid crisis.
A drug summit organized by State Senator Andy Zay ( R-District 17) was held at Forks of the Wabash in Huntingto . . . more »


Leadership academy begins new year

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
The Huntington County Leadership Academy is fostering future leaders in the community. The group kicked off its 2018 class Wednesday morning at the Huntington County Courthouse Annex. The course is put on by Purdue Ex . . . more »


Markle OKs chickens, rooster in town limits

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
Markle Town Council on Wednesday approved an ordinance that allows chickens on certain residential properties within the town limits of Markle. Property owners with property of four or more contiguous acres are permitted t . . . more »


TCB Games Inc. marks 20 years

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
TCB Games Inc. marked its 20th anniversary Wednesday. 
Owner Todd Nightenhelser opened what was originally known as The Collector’s Box on Jan. 17, 1998, at 410 N. Jefferson St. in downtown Huntington. In the ea . . . more »


Two cows, dog perish in barn fire

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
ROANOKE — Two cows and a dog died in a barn fire in Roanoke Tuesday night. The barn was a complete loss.
Chad Taylor, Roanoke Fire Chief, said the fire occurred at 5009 E. CR 700N in Roanoke. It was called in to 911 . . . more »


Mentor training kicks off

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
Training began this week that will allow Huntington North High School juniors to go into local elementary schools to teach fifth-graders about self esteem, peer pressure and the dangers of drugs and alcohol.
Huntingto . . . more »


Robotics program launches 2018 season

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
The pressure is on. Huntington County 4-H Robotics Team Thrust 1501 members have six weeks to build a competition-ready robot.
Team members and mentors gathered Tuesday night at Huntington County Community Learning Center . . . more »


Chamber presents awards

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
Several local people were recognized Monday for their contributions to the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber held its 94th annual dinner at the Police Athletic League attended by nearly 200 business, state . . . more »


Impacting businesses in 2018

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
The 2017 year in review and goals for 2018 for Huntington County Chamber of Commerce were reviewed during Monday’s annual Chamber Dinner.
Steve Petry, 2018 board chair, said that in 2017 the chamber was instrumental . . . more »


Story time sparks learning, imagination

By Jennifer Peryam - Jperyam@h-ponline.com
Reading is a good way to foster learning at a young age and to help children grow their imaginations. The Huntington City-Township Public library is ready to help with that, hosting its weekly story time for children from . . . more »