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The Union City School Board, during its April 11 meeting, accepted the resignation of Dan Keefer as the Union City Area School District athletic director, effective June 30.

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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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Brightly colored plastic eggs, candy, snacks and small toys made up more than 70 Easter baskets that were recently sorted, assembled and donated by St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Corry. 

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The city of Corry will be getting its own new website soon. Corry City Council members voted on Monday to enter into an agreement with a web presence and software company that specializes in utility billing authorities called Muni-Link, of Bellwood, Pa., to build a city of Corry website.

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A portion of West Columbus Avenue (Route 6) was closed down for nearly an hour Wednesday when an eastbound tractor trailer pulled down electrical wires that fell across the roadway near Family Dentistry, 62 W. Columbus Ave., Corry. Corry Fire Department was called to the scene at 1:21 p.m. a…

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CLYMER, N.Y. — A group of students from Clymer Central School are participating in a movement aimed at sticker shocking the community about issues related to underage drinking. 

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Anyone who has not registered to vote and would like to cast a ballot in the May 21 municipal primary election has until Monday to complete his or her voter registration. 

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On Tuesday, acting Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar encouraged eligible Pennsylvania voters to submit applications for primary election absentee ballots before the May 14 deadline.

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Kindergarten students at Corry Area Primary School were treated to a special visitor this morning in celebration of their good behavior and an upcoming spring break.

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More information surrounding a recent burglary on Wayne Street has been revealed after The Journal obtained an affidavit of probable cause and spoke with the chief of the city of Corry Police Department.

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Librarian Assistant Patti Redrup reads an Easter-themed children's book to about 21 people in attendance at the Corry Public Library's weekly story time this morning. Today's book was "Turkey's Eggcellent Easter" by Wendi Silvano. After listening to the story, the children participated in a …

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Students in grades three through eight in the Corry Area School District began state testing today and will continue portions after the upcoming Easter holiday break.

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Six Corry-area residents face multiple felonies after Corry City Police investigated a burglary reported Thursday morning, which led to the execution of a search warrant at a city residence Saturday morning as part of the burglary probe.  

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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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A building at 256 Eagle St., Corry, previously owned by Therma-Fab Inc., a Titusville-based manufacturing company, is undergoing an environmental cleanup.

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Corry Public Works Department has a new jackhammer to work with, which will make future water repairs easier and faster, according to Corry Public Works Department Lead Operator Mark Leofsky.

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Union City Area Middle-High School junior Emily Eastman took second chair playing the euphonium during a Pennsylvania Music Educators Association All-State Festival held recently in Pittsburgh. The euphonium is a member of the brass family of instruments. Emily is the daughter of Sherry and …

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Local files for bankruptcy

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The Union City School Board, during its April 11 meeting, approved several personnel items, including more resignations due to retirement.

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A fourth-grade class from Corry Alliance Academy recently took a tour of Pennsylvania's Capitol building, Capitol Visitor Center and State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg on Wednesday. They also met state Sen. Dan Laughlin (R-49th) as part of the field trip. The students then traveled t…

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UNION CITY — A 20-year-old man who was wanted in Crawford County was arrested in Union City after he attempted to pass counterfeit money in the drive-thru of a local fast-food restaurant last week. 

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Blue Zones Project leaders have been sending experts to Corry and the two latest to visit were built environment expert Dan Burden and Rich Killingsworth, Blue Zones tobacco policy expert and director of the Center for Public Private Partnerships in Health.

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Twenty-nine trees are being given to Corry Tree Committee from the Erie Area Council of Governments. The committee has been working with EACOG for three years to get more trees for Corry and all that time is finally paying off. 

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An Easter egg hunt has been taking place in Corry for decades and this year, April 20 is the Corry Chamber Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Mead Park, sponsored by Corry Area Chamber of Commerce.