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Author signs books, gives talk

Amy Williams signing her book “Peacefully Living Through Prana” at Amethyst Lotus in preparation for a four-week emersion workshop starting July 9. She will be teaching a heart-centered way of living and talking about more than what is in the books.
Photo by Claire Butler

Amethyst Lotus recently hosted a book signing with author Amy Williams where she talked about a heart-centered way of living as seen in her books.  
Williams is an author, speaker, and the founder of Parenting Through Prana which is an online resource for heart-centered learning for parents, but also for reparenting ourselves.

“I believe that a huge part of parenting is not just how we form and mold our children but how we learn to heal the things within us so we can be more of who we are and create a safe space for our children to be who they are” Williams said.

 


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Tab to convert to mail delivery, reduce to weekly

Beginning today, The Huntington County Tab will print one day per week.
The newspaper will be delivered on Tuesday of each week via the U.S. Postal Service.

“We’re very excited about this new chapter with the Huntington County Tab,” said Don Hurd, president of WK Media, which owns the newspaper.

“All of other newspapers are delivered by the Postal Service and we’ve been very pleased with our local post offices and their prompt delivery.

 


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Daughtry steps down

Charles “Chad” Daugherty resigned as superintendent of the Huntington County Community School Corporation during the school board meeting on Monday,June 27.

 “After serving the past 25 years at HCCSC in various roles and the last three years as superintendent, I plan to resign my position of Superintendent of Huntington County Community Schools effective July 29,” he told the board. “I plan on taking vacation after July first. I have been very fortunate to be able to serve in many different positions in the same district for the past 25 years without moving my family.

 


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Wiley honored for track prowess

In its 37th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, Gatorade announced Addy Wiley of Huntington North High School is the 2021-22 Gatorade Indiana Girls Track & Field Player of the Year. Wiley is the first Gatorade Indiana Girls Track & Field Player of the Year to be chosen from Huntington North High School.

 


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Sun shines brightly on Heritage Days festivities

The Huntington North High School marching band provided musical entertainment during the Heritage Days parade.
Photo by Phil Smith

Not a single cloud in sight as the hot, heavy days of the previous week lifted for the 58th Annual Huntington Heritage Day Parade Saturday, June 18.

As early as 9 a.m., chairs were being lined up and down Jefferson Street, holding places of spectators for the event. The owner/operators of Trend Boutique & Décor, Kathy Dill and Kari Lahr, staked their claim in front of their store with family members Josh and Julie Lahr, while children of the family, Ava 13, and Grant 10 sat on the curb in the sunshine.