Denver Broncos Win Super Bowl 50

SANTA CLARA, CA – The Denver Broncos held the Carolina Panthers by at least a touchdown most of the way throughout the game and held on to win by the score of 24-10.

Much of the game was a defensive standoff; however, errors on turnovers was ultimately the deciding factor.

The Broncos’ Vaughn Miller (#58) had an outstanding game with two takeaways. Miller helped contribute to the multiple incomplete passes and numerous penalties committed by the Panthers.

Miller was a unaminous selection as Super Bowl 50 MVP.

It was the third Super Bowl title for the Broncos in its storied history.

FAFSA Completion Night Location Changed

Please note the location change for the FAFSA Completion Night.

On Wednesday, February 3rd at 6pm in the large group instruction room in the Administration Building, the Corry Area High School will be hosting a FAFSA Completion Night for 12th grade students and their parents/guardians. This is for any senior going to a 4 year university or college, trade school, business school, or any other post secondary program. Please have your student accompany you to this event so that you may log into our computer system.

The FAFSA asks for information about you and your financial situation. Depending on your circumstances you might need the following information or documents as you fill out the FAFSA:
1.  You and your child’s Social Security number
2.  Your driver’s license number if you have one and your child’s driver’s license
3.  Federal tax information or tax returns including IRS W-2 information (1040, 1040A or 1040EZ), for you (and your spouse, if you are married), and for your child
4.  Records of your untaxed income received, including workers’ compensation, child support, payments to tax-deferred pension and savings plans, etc.
5.  Current bank statements and records of stocks, bonds and other investments
6.  Email address

We strongly recommend that families create their FSA ID prior to attending this event. You can create this by going to

Corry Has A New Mayor, Councilmembers and City Treasurer

CORRY, PA – Corry City Council is back to a full complement of members after Terry Hamilton and Steve Drake were appointed by Deputy Mayor Charles Campbell and Council members Alex Gernovich and Steve Bresler. Meanwhile, Campbell was nominated by Bresler to become the permanent Mayor. Gernovich voted against the measure. What this means for the members of council is that all four council seats and the Mayor’s positions will be up for election at the same time in 2017.

The City of Corry also has a new City Treasurer on board, after former City Treasurer Tom Winchell moved outside the city limits last year. Donna Huffman assumed those duties on Monday. Winchell will stay on board during the transition and to get Huffman acclimated to the daily duties.

Meanwhile, Lisa Jordan was hired as a City Office Assistant. Jordan will take over duties for the retiring Anne Myers, who is retiring after 20 years at City Hall. Myers last day will be on April 1st.

The City of Corry will now direct its attention in hiring a City Manager. Advertisements for that position will start this week. Former City Manager Joe Mangini did not have his contract renewed by Council in December. Then, Mangini was removed prior to his last contracted day of employment with the City. Mayor Campbell stated that Council hesitated on the start of a new search until things were in order and could start to focus in what council wanted in their next City Manager. Council is hopeful to have a new City Manager by April.

After the regularly scheduled council meeting; an informal work session was held in which council members discussed various ideas that they would like to get accomplished in the next year or less. Council meets again on Monday, February 15th at 7:00pm.

High School Basketball Gets Underway

CORRY, PA – The 2015 – 2016 High School Winter Sports season gets underway on WWCB tonight with Lady Beavers Basketball, beginning at approximately 7:30pm.

Brad Swanson will be handling the Play By Play duties once again.

Meghan Sisson, Head Coach of the Lady Beavers is looking at improving from the 2014 – 2015 season with leadership coming from a pair of Senior guards in Emma Telemann and Ronja Saarinen.

Three Junior returning players in Rachel Dingfelder, Sabryn Kinney, and Rachel Volk.

Coach Sisson will look to some other underclassmen for points and rebounds, in Alexis Cubero, Ryann Brundage, Haley Kurelowich and Abigail Whitaker.

Other players that could see playing time include: Megan Dennis, Hope Hasbrouck, Brooke Joncas, Davia Fisher, and Olyvia Carr.

Tonight’s contest will be between the Lady Beavers and the Lady Falcons of Central Tech.

The 3rd Annual Joys From Toys A Success

CORRY – The 3rd Annual Joys From Toys was a success; thanks in large part, to you.

Joys From Toys benefits children in the Corry Area School District, and our partners include The Salvation Army and The Corry Area Food Pantry.

Our sponsors included: The American Legion Post 365 of Corry, The Al Xander Company, Corry Federal Credit Union, Corry Collision Center, Corry Area Chamber of Commerce, Flick’s Heating and Plumbing, Columbus Pre – Owned Auto Sales, Cobblestone Inn and Suites, Family Dentistry, Avenue Haircrafters and Humes Ford of Corry.

Shoppers could choose a Gingerbread Man or a Christmas Tree that has a child’s age and sex; take that ornament inside the store and purchase something that you believe will benefit a child. Whether it’s a toy, clothes, or whatever; it’s the thought that counts.

You may still drop off items at WWCB, 122 North Center Street in downtown Corry before December 7th.


Corry Lady Beavers Volleyball in District X Semifinals

CORRY – The Corry Lady Beavers Volleyball team will take on Fort LeBoeuf tonight at Meadville High School, in the PIAA District X Volleyball playoffs.

Sam Jordan and Danielle Audet will bring all of the exciting coverage beginning at 6:00pm. The match will be streamed LIVE on It will be rebroadcast on Saturday morning beginning at 11:00am.

If the Lady Beavers win tonight, they will play in the District X Championship tomorrow afternoon at 2:30pm. They are also guaranteed with tonight’s win of playing in the first round of the PIAA State Playoffs.


Fox Family Insurance, Crotty Chevrolet – Buick, Neckers Company General Store, Corry Collision, Lictus Keystone, Humes Ford of Corry, Moshers Carpeting, Viking Plastics, The Corry Journal, Brundage Snacks, Mack’s Hometown Market, MPE Machine, Corry Area School District, and Great Lakes Custom Graphics.

Make sure that you let these fine sponsors how much you appreciate their support of high school athletics in our area.

Friday Extended Shopping Hours in Corry

CORRY – Downtown Corry businesses will be open till 7:00 on Fridays during this Holiday season.

Many businesses including The Painted Finch, The Purple Peacock Candle Company, The Whistle Stop, The Classy Thrifter and Little Annies will remain open until 7:00 on Fridays to give everyone a chance to shop local after work.

The American Legion Post 365 of Corry is also open Friday evenings serving dinner specials and the YMCA is open too. Please spend your Friday nights shopping and eating in Corry, PA and support your local businesses!