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Corry’s basketball cheerleaders have been working extra hard to add to the atmosphere at home games. At top, the varsity girls do a pom pom dance. Below the junior high girls do a flip routine.

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Julia Jiang, a Corry native and graduate, presented research at the 16th annual Research Symposium of Presque Isle, which was held online due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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The next Produce Express food distribution will be on Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 10:30 a.m. and will again be a drive-thru event in the Enterprise Place parking lot, behind Cobblestone Inn and Suites, 844 E. Columbus Ave. The parking lot is accessed from Shady Avenue.

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EDINBORO — Officials at Edinboro University officials announced the school has applied through the Pennsylvania Department of Health to be a COVID-19 community vaccine distribution site. 

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Learning simple actions that can be taken to improve the useful output of a business' workforce will be the focus of Impact Corry's next Third Thursdays session, a business-building series of free presentations. 

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It may take a village to raise a child, but it takes more than 400 people to integrate three universities in western Pennsylvania.

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Above, Pre-K Counts students Cameron, left and Lincoln wear their Valentine's Day crowns while playing in the YMCA of Corry gymnasium.

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Above, local resident Joel Cook, above, discusses techniques to photograph wildlife during a Corry Area Photography Club meeting on Tuesday at Kneadful Things Bakery in Corry. Corry Area Photography Club members, from left, are Kathy Neylon, Dawn McCray and Susan Webber. Below, Cook displays…