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From left are LeRoy Babcock, Andy Jackson, Laura Jackson, William Jackson Sr., Calvin Thomson, William Jackson Jr. and Daniel Espinosa. The crew stands in front of a trailer and bulldozer in the parking lot of Jackson Excavating, 64 Shady Ave., Corry, which is celebrating 2019 as its 20th an…

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A red and white roadside sign marks the location of Jackson Excavating, owned by William Jackson Sr.

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A shop building, which was built in 2016, stands next to the office at Jackson Excavating.

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Representatives of Corry Fire Department ring bells as they man red kettles outside of Walmart, 961 E. Columbus Ave., Corry, as part of the city of Corry Police Department's third annual Red Kettle Challenge. Ringing bells, from left, are Chip Hasbrouck, Mike Campbell, Steven Griffis and Jack Fink.

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Corry Public Works Department employees are directing traffic today at the intersection of Worth Street and West Columbus Avenue while they work to clear sewers of blockages. Work is expected to last until about noon.

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Fireworks from the annual New Year's Eve celebration in Spartansburg in 2018. The event will take place again this year, featuring the fireworks show, a bonfire, refreshments and other activities around town.

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A large bonfire behind the Dutch Treat Restaurant and a firework show over Clear Lake by Gibson Fireworks are two major attractions at the annual New Year's Eve celebration. 

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The Second Harvest Food Bank was recently awarded at $5,000 grant from Corry Community Foundation. It will be used for the food pantry at Corry Area High School. From left are Pat Goodsell, CCF board member; Zachary Webb, development director at the Second Harvest Food Bank; and Danielle Aud…

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With its last round of grant awards, Corry Community Foundation has reached a milestone of awarding over $4 million in grants. From left are Corry Community Foundation board members Rob Elchynski, Pat Goodsel, Marne Roche and Chairman Bill Nichols.

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Chris Young, a career firefighter with Corry Fire Department, stands outside of CFD's station 1, 14 E. South St., where an open house will be held for members of Corry Regional Fire Co. on Jan. 1. 

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The Corry Redevelopment Authority will be acting as an applicant for a Pennsylvania Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant to pursue the development of Green Junction Parkway on railroad property with two historic train depot buildings in downtown Corry.

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Gary Rater, left, is retiring from being a salesman for Maplevale Farms after a 50-year career with the company. Pictured with Rater is Barb Neckers, owner of Maplevale Farms.

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Clymer FBLA students deliver pizza to a third-grade classroom that donated the most food items. The contest was between elementary classrooms at Clymer Central School and lasted from Thanksgiving until Dec. 13.

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A group of Clymer FBLA students stands with collected canned food items from a 2019 holiday food drive. Donated items were then sorted and delivered to the Area Christian Action Council, a local food pantry, which will distribute them to local families in need.

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Corry Federal Credit Union named CFCU Financial Solutions Specialist Robin Willis their employee of the year. Willis was able to chose which organization would receive a donation of $1,000 and she chose Corry VFW Post 264. From left are Commander Steve Tinko, Senior Vice Commander Joe Wawrej…