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  • Belting Bozeman
    Chloe Combs, Karlie Bullard and Matalin Racster perform “What is Love” by Veronika Bozeman during the Stars in the Park talent competition quarterfinal on Thursday at Hudson Family Park in Portland. The trio advanced to the finals, which will be at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 4. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Abatement outlook
    Tax abatements regularly come before Portland City Council, are referred to an advisory committee and return for approval. Some pass easily. Others have been the subject of pointed questioning from council members.
  • Starfire senior fourth in nation
    LAWRENCE, Kansas — In early June, Addie Wanner proved she was one of the best high jumpers in Indiana.
  • Valentine vocals
    Portland resident Jamie Valentine sings “You Don’t Own Me” by Grace during the Stars in the Park talent competition quarterfinal on Thursday at Hudson Family Park in Portland. Valentine was voted fan favorite as one of four acts to advance to the final on at 6 p.m. Aug. 4. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
    
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  • Bids opened for wastewater work
    Portland Board of Works opened five bids were Thursday morning for the phase one improvements to the city’s wastewater treatment plant.
  • Abatement outlook
    Tax abatements regularly come before Portland City Council, are referred to an advisory committee and return for approval. Some pass easily. Others have been the subject of pointed questioning from council members.
  • JCH shifts retirement plans
    Retirement plans for Jay County Hospital employees are changing, but they’ll mostly stay the same.

  • Program growing
    The White House spent July 17 through 21 celebrating “Made in America” week.
  • 'Funky' sound coming to Jay
    The funk rock sounds of the Red Hot Chili Peppers will soon be playing in Jay County. 
  • To the editor: Be vigilant, Jack.
  • Whenever news comes out about progress (or lack thereof) on Indiana’s liquor laws, I like to take a moment to check out the campaign finances of the major players in the debate.
  • To the editor: With the increased attention on issues associated with substance abuse it continues to be important that as a community we face these challenges in compassionate, determined and collaborative fashion.
  • If I were in Minnesota this week, chances are I’d be at the Minnesota State Fair with my brother Steve.
  • To the editor: I would like to thank the many businesses and organizations of Jay County for their support of this year’s Miss Jay County Fair Queen Pageant.

  • Rowles to perform at Disney
    A Portland student will be traveling to Florida in August to perform in the ARTS Showcase.
  • JCH offers new technology
    In order to stay on top of leading edge technology and stay on the forefront of healthcare, the Obstetrics Department at Jay County Hospital recently purchased new equipment and are providing a new service. 
  • In a couple of weeks the second one of my grandchildren will be blessed with a new pair of glasses. The youngest, Nicholas, picked out his frames this past week. The pattern? Camouflage. What else?
  • Jay library to hold school bus program
    The annual school bus program will be held Friday, Aug. 4, for children in the Jay School Corporation who are ready to enter kindergarten and will be riding a bus to school.
  • Carpenter, Lawrence to wed
    Arika Dyane Lawrence and Kyle Glenn Carpenter are planning an outdoor wedding on July 29 in Big Timber, Montana.
Caldwell performs
Taryn Caldwell of Dunkirk performs the national anthem at a Fort Wayne TinCaps game.
Whitacre Memorial Ride 06/19/2017

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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371