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About 30 bicyclists and walkers, below, made the one-mile trip from Mead Park to the site of a new bike kiosk and trailhead for the Corry Junction Greenway Trail in downtown Corry as part of a Slow Roll event on Friday. Forty other people met the participants at the kiosk for a dedication an…

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The YMCA of Corry held its annual Shudder Mudder event on Sunday in Mead Park. The mud run featured two courses that included between nine and 11 obstacles. Above, participants in the one-mile course practice their balancing skills and walk across a shaly rope bridge. Below, Kate Slocum, rig…

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A food collection organized by David Corry Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram wraps up this week. Numerous businesses in Corry and LandPro Equipment in Clymer, N.Y., have boxes set up to collect nonperishable food items. Friday is the last day to visit businesses and make donations. Crews including you…

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Members of the Spartansburg Community Fair board recently presented checks to three local nonprofit organizations that volunteered to operate gates and park cars during 2019 fair week. Above, fair board representative John Hajec, right, presents a check for $4,409 to Knights of Columbus No. …

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Below, Corry's middle school football team was one of many sports teams featured in the Homecoming parade.

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Members of the Clymer Central School FFA — Food Science Team recently won third place overall at a Big E competition in Springfield, Mass. Those students are, above from left, junior Kaylee Hodge, sophomore Faith Sironen, sophomore Ian Dunnewold, and senior Emma Redlecki. Redlecki, also pict…

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Singers are still welcome to join a Corry Community Christmas Choir that will perform on stage Saturday, Dec. 14, at as an opening act for a 66th annual Christmas Spectacular, featuring the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The singing opportunity is being made possible by…

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Union City Homecoming festivities included a parade that rolled through the downtown on Saturday. Above, Union City Area Elementary School teacher Jeannette Boyd walks along a Union City Elementary School float during the parade. The float took third place in the in-school division. Below, D…

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The Corry Higher Education Council recently announced its adult scholarships awarded to four area residents attending college in the 2019-2020 school year.

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Winners of a Senior Citizen Quilt Raffle that was held at the recent Spartansburg Community Fair have been announced. A grand prize quilt was won by Jim McAlevy, right. A second prize of $50 was won by Melissa Boyd and a third prize of $25 was won by Tim Stockton. Also pictured holding the w…

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The need for volunteer tax preparers in the Corry and Union City areas for a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program is critical. C heryl Bates, Erie Free Taxes program director, said volunteers are instrumental for the program's success.

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Arlo and Marylue Brenneman were crowned 2019 Spartansburg Community Fair King and Queen on Thursday during Senior Day at the fair. They were chosen by popular vote. Senior Day also included games and activities for those in attendance.

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Dozens of floats and units paticipated in a Spartansburg Community Fair parade onSaturday that rolled through Main Street. Each unit or float was judged and places were awarded in several different categories. Above, members of the Union City Area High School marching band won first place in…

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Several prizes were awarded during Monday night’s 2019 Spartansburg Community Fair Queen, Junior Miss and Princess pageant, which was held at the fairgrounds. Above, Tory Yoder smiles upon receiving a Miss Congeniality award in the Princess contest.

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Life is full of irony, and often, the convergence of circumstances can lead to one’s destiny. That is how Guiyou Huang, Ph.D., who recently became Edinboro University’s 19th president describes his path to higher education, first as a professor, then as a department chair, honors program hea…

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When Wally Hansen, left, of Corry, entered a customer appreciation drawing at Crosby's at 247 E. Main St., in May, he did not think he would be the winner out of 90 participating stores. The drawing box was overflowing with entries when it was submitted for the drawing. The 55-inch Hisense 4…