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Saturday, February 28, 2015
  • 7UP, 5 below
    Justus Bennett, Columbia City, a 7Up delivery driver out of Fort Wayne, stacks cases of pop about 8 a.m. this morning at Pak-A-Sak, 1300 N. Meridian St., Portland. The temperature when he was making his delivery was minus 5. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Chiefs topple Eagles
    DUNKIRK — With the help of seven forfeits, the East Jay Middle School wrestling team defeated county rival West Jay on Thursday by a score of 66-30.
  • Burning building
    A pair of Portland firefighters watch as a house at 3139 W. 200 North, rural Portland, burns late Wednesday evening. For more information, see Capsule Reports. (The Commercial Review/Chris Schanz)
  • Hospital seeks input
    Part of Jay County Hospital’s mission is to improve the health of the community. And it’s seeking input on how it can best accomplish that goal.
    
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  • DUNKIRK — A proposed senior housing project is still in search of a funding source. 
  • Members of the Portland Board of Works approved a plan Thursday they are hoping will save the city $200,000 on the Indiana 26 East (Water Street) project. The board also hired a new police officer. 
  • The AFL-CIO common construction wage scale will be used for the Portland Water Park project. 
  • Hospital seeks input
    Part of Jay County Hospital’s mission is to improve the health of the community. And it’s seeking input on how it can best accomplish that goal. 
  • Soldiers and Students
    The United States Army and a group of Jay County High School students are coming together this weekend to entertain with a mesh of both classic and contemporary music. 
  • Gov. Pence: You’ve got a problem on your hands, and it’s only likely to get worse before it gets better. 
  • How much is nostalgia worth? More than I can afford, apparently. 
  • American politics has had a raucous, rough and tumble history, but it has seldom sunk lower than it did last week. 
  • To the editor: Last Saturday my beautiful wife and I were going to Fort Recovery to the Fort Recovery versus Mississinawa Valley boys basketball game where her brother was being honored for basketball prowess in the 1948-51 seasons. 
  • To the editor: The below message is what I have sent to superintendent  Tim Long and the Jay School Board members. 
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