Jennifer Wilde

Jennifer Wilde

Jennifer Wilde is an award-winning radio personality whose 25+ year career behind the microphone has spanned the United States (most notably the Denver, Colorado and Monterey, California markets.) She can currently be heard right here in Huntingdon on Hunny 103.5 (Weekdays, 7pm-midnight). Jennifer is also an actor, voice actor and occasional professional singer. She’s a hard core fan of chocolate and an animal lover and a huge chunk of her heart belongs to her grand-puppy, Lucky. In her down time, you’ll most likely find her hanging out with her daughter (Lucky’s mom), chatting with her one of her two grown sons, hiking through the woods, or rocking the mic at karaoke.

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LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 21, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 21, 2018

Authorities are searching for the driver of a Scion TC that struck a mailbox on Ferguson Valley Road in Oliver Township.  According to State Police, the vehicle was traveling east when it crossed into the westbound lane and off the shoulder, striking the mailbox between 11:00 pm and midnight Friday.  The Scion continued over a […]
LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 20, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | AUGUST 20, 2018

The Juniata County Industrial Development Authority has been awarded a $2 million state grant to undertake an expansion of the Juniata County Industrial Park, according to State Senator Jake Corman (R-34).  Corman said the current Industrial Park is almost filled to capacity, with only four small lots available. Expansion of the industrial park into an adjoining lot will allow for 12 additional […]
Help Make Pennsylvania Beautiful

Help Make Pennsylvania Beautiful

DCNR Offering Grants to Plant Trees Along Streams, for Snowmobile/ATV Trails ​Harrisburg, PA – The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) today announced that $1 million in PENNVEST-funded grants are being made available to assist landowners with planting trees along streams in Pennsylvania to improve water quality. Pennsylvania has a goal of planting 95,000 acres of […]