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CLYMER, N.Y. — For several years, a Clymer-based nonprofit called 5 Loaves and 2 Fish Ministries, or 5&2, has been focused on fighting childhood hunger in Clymer, New York, and the surrounding communities.

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Editor's note: News releases written by Corry City Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Union City Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement and Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office are submitted to The Corry Journal, which then publishes the exact information supplied by police. Whether name…

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From left are Hope Center volunteers Karen Jordan, Sarah Hull and director Barbie Anderson standing in front of a rack of shoes, donated by Grace Fellowship Church in Pittsburgh, that are currently for sale at Hope Ministries Youth Center, 160 W. Smith St., Corry. The sale, which also includ…

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Corry City Council will vote on Monday, Oct. 18, at 7 p.m., on whether to approve the city’s 2021 Community Development Block Grant application as well as the distribution of state aid to pension funds.

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Bags and flyers will be appearing outside residences in the city of Corry on Saturday in preparation for next week's food collection. 

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Corry First United Methodist Church, 650 Worth St., is hosting a “Lives Transformed” Global and Community Impact Celebration this weekend, beginning at 8 p.m. on Friday and lasting through the regularly scheduled Sunday morning worship services. 

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Corry Area School Board members authorized a list of personnel items during their most recent meeting on Monday night. 

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More exterior renovations are being done thanks to Mission Main Street grants. The Juice Shop, 8 S. Center St., received new windows on Tuesday, and Impact Corry, 4 S. Center St., is getting a paint job. Both buildings are owned by Josh Dyne of Dynasty Construction.

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UNION CITY — Union City Middle-High School, 105 Concord St., was placed on lockdown this morning when a former student re-entered the building after being asked to leave the premises.

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Brenton Davis, center, the Republican candidate for Erie County executive, came to the city of Corry on Tuesday to visit with community and business leaders to discuss his plans for the county at the Impact Corry office, 4 S. Center St. A recording of the discussion with Davis is available f…

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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is urging motorists to stay alert behind the wheel and avoid impaired or distracted driving.

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SPARTANSBURG — Borough Council held a discussion at the Oct. 5 meeting about complaints received regarding a few borough properties. Letters were sent to three properties in regard to two ordinance violations. 

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CLYMER, N.Y. — Mental health was a topic of conversation during a regular meeting of the Clymer Central School Board of Education held on Oct. 6 in the elementary library. 

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The Corry Area School Board was presented with the findings of an external audit of the Corry Area School District's financial statements from the 2020-21 school year and announced an upcoming public meeting to be held in conjunction with Corry City Council. 

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The Civil War statue at Corry City Park enjoys a colorful backdrop as the trees begin to change. The next few weeks are expected to be prime leaf-peeping time, as the temperatures begin to drop. However, today’s forecast is calling for highs in the low 70s.

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Above, Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Deputy Chad Wright and his K-9 partner Link, a 6-year-old German shepherd, share with a group of onlookers at the Clymer-French Creek Free Library on Saturday. Also present were Deputy Jason Biechner, K-9 Drake and K-9 “Mary” Jax. The deputies discussed top…

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Corry Redevelopment Authority voted in March to take over the sponsorship of the Corry-Lawrence Airport, 800 Spring St. 

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The former National Guard Armory on East Washington Street has been the home of the Salt Church for the last 10 years, and thanks to a Mission Main Street grant from Erie County Gaming Revenue Authority (ECGRA), the building has received a much-needed exterior makeover.

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From left are Kristen Andrus, executive director for the United Fund of the Corry Area; Maj. Leslie Brennan of the Corry Salvation Army, 2021 campaign chairperson; and Joan Hannan, direct mail chairperson standing next to a new “United, We Fund” sign in the corner of Corry City Park. The sig…

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Editor's note: News releases written by Corry City Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Union City Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement and Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office are submitted to The Corry Journal, which then publishes the exact information supplied by police. Whether name…

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Pension plans and a variety of other projects were put on City Council’s radar during an Oct. 7 planning session as City Business Manager Nick Heil reviewed a list of updates and reminders in preparation for this month’s Council meeting. 

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FINDLEY LAKE, N.Y. — The last weekend of September found local professional artists Wendy Neckers, Jack Paluh, and Kathe Umlauf teaching a plein air art retreat at The Camp at Findley.

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Dr. Thomas Mack, whose practices have been in Corry and North East for decades, is making a slight adjustment as he transitions into a schedule that’ll allow more time for his family.

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A 2022 budget in the amount of $532.4 million, which was recently proposed by County Executive Kathy Dahlkemper, will see taxes stay the same for county residents. 

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Corry City Council hosted a public hearing in Council Chambers on Thursday to field comments and questions regarding the city’s application for funding through a 2021 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program. 

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City of Corry crews have been flushing fire hydrants this week. Workers were seen at the corner of Grace and West Smith streets on Wednesday as they were flushing hydrants in the city's Third Ward. The crew consisted of Shawn McCray, left, streets operator; Matt Drayer, right, water operator…

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Editor's note: News releases written by Corry City Police, Pennsylvania State Police, Union City Police, Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement and Chautauqua County Sheriff's Office are submitted to The Corry Journal, which then publishes the exact information supplied by police. Whether name…

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UNION CITY — Two representatives from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation met with three Union City Borough Council members and the borough manager on Tuesday, Sept. 28, to discuss concerns relating to new traffic signals in town.

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Corry residents are invited to participate in a City Council discussion during a public hearing today at 4 p.m. at the City Council Chambers, 100 S. Center St., Corry. 

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From left are Victor Fugate, 4; Israel Fugate, 5; Jerred Hodak, deputy chief for the Corry Fire Department; Ella Thomas, 4; and Abram Richards, 5, standing in front of a firetruck during a Tuesday morning visit from Hodak for story time at the Corry Public Library. In honor of National Fire …

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SPARTANSBURG — The Spartansburg Christian and Missionary Alliance Church held its first agriculture fair this spring and organizers said it was a great success.

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A new bill brought forward by the Pennsylvania House Education Committee and recently approved by the House would set certain limits on emergency powers granted to school board bodies across the state, said Rep. Curt Sonney (R-4th).

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Certain local businesses will be getting visits on Wednesday from volunteers with the United Fund of the Corry Area, as the organization is set to host its annual “Business Blitz” beginning at 10 a.m. 

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A water main break on Monday at the former roller rink on East Main Street, located between Shady Avenue and Sample Flats Road, left a section of the city with low water pressure for several hours, said Public Works Department Lead Operator Mark Leofsky.