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A group of about 10 people gathered outside of Kneadful Things Bakery and Cafe, 425 N. Center St., Corry, for a prayer circle on Friday afternoon. Behind them is a group of six Cochranton residents who came to show their support for the business and its owner.

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Patrolman Ryan Bell, left, stands with Corry City Police Chief Rich Shopene after he was sworn in as the newest police officer for the city of Corry. 

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Corry Mayor Dave Mitchell, right, administers the oath of office to Ryan Bell on Tuesday morning in front of the police station at 20 E. South St.  

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Plans to renovate a former depot building along the railroad tracks in downtown Corry are in the works. In the meantime, Corry Mayor Dave Mitchell with the help of volunteers, including his wife, Nancy, painted and installed these panels to begin improvements to the building, which is owned …

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Six departments were dispatched to a two-story structure fire on Price Road in Bear Lake shortly after 12:30 p.m. on Sunday.

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High school seniors are being recognized through a new communitywide project that features their photo on a commemorative banner. Banners will be placed in local businesses, which, along with The Corry Journal, will be part of a scavenger hunt for the seniors to win prize money. 

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The Corry Senior Center is preparing to give out a second round of care packages to its members. Standing behind items included in the first care packages are Valeri Raymond, left, senior center assistant, and Rachael Price, senior center director.

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From left, Yunong Xia and Dr. Dean Maynard, executive director of the IU5 in Edinboro stand on the campus of Mercyhurst University in Erie. Xia earned his bachelor's degrees in education from Edinboro and master's degree at Mercyhurst. He returns to China on Friday. 

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Xia was taken hunting by his good friend, Dr. Dean Maynard, in Spartansburg, several times and bagged three bucks while he was in the area.

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Here is one example of signage that will be posted in Fine Wine & Good Spirits locations that will reopen for limited in-store sales on Friday. 

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Emergency crews were dispatched to the area of Mable and Glenwood streets in Bloomfield Township after a man drove a vehicle into Canadohta Lake on Monday afternoon. 

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Corry Public Library Children's Department Manager Tracy Blair holds up a book from a popular series, "Peppa Pig" in a video on the library's Facebook page. Children can go to the site and view weekly story times, which Blair holds for young readers and for pre-teens. Baby Boogie classes are…

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U.S. Postal Service Inspector Tammy Mayle holds up examples of a scam letter and fraudulent check from a free fraud prevention seminar at Corry Jamestown Credit Union on March 11.

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Macyn Trotter, of Corry, sits at a table surrounded by presents that were dropped off for him during a "drive-by birthday party" on Saturday.

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Macyn Trotter, 8, stands on a decorated deck of his Corry home as one of his friends tosses a birthday gift for him out of the window of a passing vehicle.

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Roughly 1,600 of 2,000 student packets were picked up at Corry Area Middle-High School, 534 E. Pleasant St., on Friday. The school district will mail or deliver any packets that were not picked up.

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Vicki Gates, Corry City Police clerk, answers a call at the city's police station, located at 20 E. South St. 

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All borough-owned properties in Union City, including the borough building at 13 S. Main St., have been closed to the public and only necessary personnel are permitted inside.

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From left are brothers Dan and Alex Lictus, their father Lant and Dennis Hinsdale, who all work together to operate Lictus Oil & Propane, 8799 W. Main St., Clymer, New York. The business is currently celebrating its 60th year serving the local community.

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An external view of the gas station and store, which are owned and operated by Lictus Keystone Inc., doing business as Lictus Oil & Propane.