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A mobile phone app was recently launched for Erie County - as well as surrounding counties - to help connect citizens who know CPR with people in their immediate vicinity who have gone into sudden cardiac arrest.

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 The original gathering of Corry sportsmen formed the Corry Shooting Gallery in 1870, and they met behind Proctor's Pond on East Columbus Avenue for outdoor shooting. As more men joined, this group became the Corry Gun Club on Aug. 10, 1874.

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Caring for one's health is especially crucial during the height of flu season, local health care providers say. Influenza still appears to be prominent in the area.

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CLYMER, N.Y. — A 69-year-old Wattsburg man was pronounced dead at UPMC Hamot in Erie on Thursday morning after he succumbed to injuries suffered from a motor vehicle collision that occurred in Clymer, New York, last week. 

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The United Fund of the Corry Area Inc. is seeking two board members and up to three public incorporators to serve on its staff, according to Corry United Fund Executive Director Kristen Andrus. 

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An All Emergencies Base Radio will be installed in Corry City Council chambers, the local Emergencies Operations Center (EOC), just in time for a statewide disaster emergency exercise called Spring All Hazards Exercise, that will take place on March 26.

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From left, Gavin Kent, Kale Fuller, Alexa Diaz and Grace Allen, elementary students at Corry Alliance Academy, 721 Hatch St., are dressed up in preparation for a Fiesta Friday event today at 6 p.m. According to Vicky Derby, the academy's principal, the event is meant as a time of fellowship …

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Corry Mayor Dave Mitchell was recently elected to be chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) of Erie County's Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).

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A local mother was overjoyed to hear how members of the Corry community rallied together to collect donations for her 2-year-old son living with a rare disease during an event earlier this month.

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A fire hydrant at Tim Hortons, 7 E. Columbus Ave., was taken out of service some time before 8 a.m. Monday, possibly over the weekend, when it was hit by a car.

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The New York State Fourth Department Appellate Division will decide an appeal of a second-degree murder conviction for a Virginia man sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for killing Keith Reed Jr., a former Clymer Central School superintendent in September 2012.

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Local state lawmakers are either praising or criticizing Gov. Tom Wolf's budget for 2020-21, and it has mostly been within party lines. However, Rep. Curt Sonney (R-4th) seems to be towing the middle line, agreeing with some aspects while expressing concerns about others.

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Kimberly Suchar Hawkes, of Columbus, and Jason Halfast, of Corry, were appointed to the Corry Community Foundation board, replacing outgoing board members Mike Andrus and founding member Bill Roche.

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Seasonal decorations around the city, including wreaths and rope lights, will be coming down when the weather breaks, said Rob Slike, president of Corry Kiwanis Club, which handles placing and removing the greenery around town. Chelsea Oliver, member of Impact Corry's Legacy Committee and co…

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A Union City man remains in Erie County Prison on $75,000 bond after Pennsylvania State Police charged him with fracturing the skull of a 2-year-old girl in early February.

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CLYMER, N.Y. — Faculty and students at Clymer Central School wore red on Friday to generate awareness about cardiovascular disease since February is American Heart Month and last Friday was National Wear Red Day, which is a national movement by the American Heart Association. 

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A Corry man was walking in a municipal parking lot just north of Rossbacher Insurance Group on North Center Street at 12:37 p.m. Friday when he was struck by a 2002 Toyota Corolla, Corry City Police said.

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FINDLEY LAKE, N.Y. — Staff members at the Alexander Findley Community Library, located in rooms 17 and 18 of the Findley Lake Community Center, 2883 North Road, invite area residents to join them in fostering a love of literature and learning. 

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The Corry Knights of Columbus (KOC) was recently awarded with a 2018-2019 National Father McGivney Award and Columbian Award for their work in the Corry community.

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June 4, 1960. April 23, 1949. These dates may not mean much to most people, but for two local couples, they marked the beginning of their married lives.

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In the wake of two fire calls in Corry on Tuesday, each of which was brought on by electrical issues, The Journal reached out to the Corry Fire Department to learn more about electrical fire safety. 

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Above, children in the YMCA of Corry's Pre-K Counts celebrated Valentine's Day on Thursday since there is no school today. Kids in Jennilee Ostrander's Pre-K Counts class held a friendship party where they passed out valentines and treats. Y kids with their homemade Valentine's Day boxes, fr…

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Couple applies for marriage license

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Staff at Corry Senior Center, 25 S. First Ave., threw a Valentine's Day party for members of the center on Thursday. A total of 63 center members were treated to a special meal along with music and entertainment by Jerry and Roberta Williams, both of Corry, who played piano and guitar, and a…

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Snow removal from sidewalks is the responsibility of a homeowner or occupant per city ordinance as well as code compliance regulations.

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UNION CITY — A juvenile female is in custody after admitting to police that she was the one who made a threat against Union City Area Middle-High School earlier this week. 

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COLUMBUS - During a public comment portion of a Columbus Township meeting on Tuesday, Julie Driscoll relayed concerns from school district employees and bus drivers regarding plowing near Corry Area Intermediate School.

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A 22-hour drive to Florida doesn't bother Frank Sabol Jr., 65, of Girard, who along with his brother Joe, 53, runs Frank Sabol and Sons Inc., a licensed trucking company based in Girard.

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Corry Area School District's Career and Technical Education Center is one of eight schools in Pennsylvania that will be recognized with an excellence award at a symposium in Hershey this evening.

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The Corry-Lawrence Airport Authority receives a designated amount of Bureau of Aviation (BOA) grant funding each year to do improvement projects, and while there are funds left over from past projects that need to be used, city officials and authority members do not agree on when the funding…

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February has been nationally recognized as Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month since 2010, and Safe Journey is holding it's third poster contest for Corry Area School District and Union City Area School District to help raise awareness.

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Pennsylvania State Police and Union City Area School District are investigating a threatening letter discovered within a school building on Tuesday morning.

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A lengthy list of business and personnel items was approved Monday during a regular meeting of Corry Area School Board members.

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Insufficient information was given to The Corry Journal for an article in the Feb. 8 edition regarding the Clymer Central School Future Business Leaders of America organization. Trey Redrup is a student at Corry Area High School but competes as a member of the Clymer FBLA chapter. According …