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Jamestown, N.Y. — Regional nature conservation organizations are encouraging residents to join them in following the recommendation of the United States Geological Survey (USGS) to stop activities that cause birds to gather. These activities include pausing all bird feeding.

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The Kiwanis Club of Corry recently presented its $500 scholarship to the 2021 recipient. Corry Kiwanis Club Secretary Tim Lindstrom, left, hands the check to scholarship recipient Christina Newman.

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One of the most important documents for transitioning servicemembers and veterans is their DD-214. Safeguarding this important military document should be a top priority, the Department of Military and Veterans Affairs said Thursday.  

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The Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine Police and Security Department has welcomed a new member to its force with the addition of Coyote, a 15-month-old Belgian Malinois K-9 search-and-rescue dog.

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Family members recently gathered for a photo on July 3 with relatives from five generations represented. From left are Dustin Knowlton and his daughter Arbor Knowlton; Keith Knowlton, grandfather; Louise Carnes, great-grandmother; and Irene Platt, great-great-grandmother. Keith, Louise and I…

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The Union City Volunteer Fire Co. offered barbecue chicken dinners July 10 during the French Creek Festival on the campus of Union City Area School District. Above, fire department members, Ken Thomas, left, and Corey Brown, make sure the chicken is grilled to perfection.

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Several community members gathered at the Zajac family farm on Moon Road in Columbus Township Tuesday morning for a day of nature walking and agricultural education. Above, Laura Ayers of the U.S. Department of Agriculture leads an activity meant to teach participants about farming, where fo…

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Corry Federal Credit Union recently donated $2,000 to the YMCA of Corry for its Safety Around Water program, which provides free swimming lessons to area youth ages 3 to 12. Representing CFCU in the photo are CEO Stacey Heiser, right, and Marketing Specialist Ryan Thomas, far right. Represen…

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Even though there was no formal alumni dinner this year, the Corry High School Alumni Association presented the class of 1971, via Facebook Live, with two trophies that are usually awarded during the banquet every year. The class received the A.D. Colegrove award for having the highest perce…

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On June 23, the Zonta Club of the Corry Area presented Corry Hi-Ed Director Brody Howard with a $1,000 check for the 21st Century Girls program and a $500 check for an adult scholarship. From left are Zonta President Sandy Zeaman; Howard; Zonta Treasurer Reva Lowry; and members Sandy Crowell…

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The Zonta Club of the Corry Area awarded three high school/college scholarships, which were presented June 24 during a picnic at the camp of Zonta member Patsy Nichols. From left, scholarship committee member Joan Hannan presents a $500 scholarship to Megan Dennis, who will be a junior at Al…

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The Zonta Club of the Corry Area provides financial support to the 21st Century Girls program, a four-day program that puts girls who completed seventh and eighth grades in touch with nontraditional career paths in the field of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). The program wa…

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On Wednesday, June 9, the Union City Lion's Club held a dinner to recognize and honor the Union City High School outstanding students from the class of 2021. Four students and their parents were guests of the Lions Club.