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  • Board approves updates for plan
    Accountability leads to improvement. 
  • Bill Davis is retiring as executive director of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs as of Sept. 2. 
  • Jay County residents and businesses affected by last week’s record rainfall may be eligible for some assistance from the state, Jay County Emergency Management director Ralph Frazee said this morning. 
  • The Portland Foundation is hoping to bring in $500,000 from a Lilly Endowment program, with a fifth of that money targeted for the Portland Water Park project. 
  • Exhibit begins Thursday
    A third generation artist, Julia Wickes paints to capture an emotional response, and she credits that calling to growing up in a semi-rural community. 
  • Breaking: Jay boys get first win
    The Jay County High School boys soccer team came from behind twice Thursday to pick up its first win of the season. 
  • 'Felt that God spared her'
    The details of April 23 are cloudy for Morgan Alberson. 
  • I couldn’t help but smile when I saw her on the court. 
  • WOODBURN — In the blind draw held this morning for the Allen County Athletic Conference volleyball tournament, Jay County drew the Southern Wells Raiders in the quarterfinals. 
  • Soccer struggles
    The Patriot boys soccer team was at the wrong end of a lopsided score Tuesday, dropping a 9-2 decision to the visiting New Castle Trojans. 
  • To the editor: In light of the recent flooding here in Jay County, I am not surprised by the number of people that thought playing in the water was cool. 
  • 8:15 a.m. EDT — We are sitting at the South Bend airport, waiting for a train. I know that sounds a little goofy, but the South Shore Railroad — the cheapest, best, no-hassle way to get into Chicago from Indiana — has its eastern-most station at the airport. 
  • To the editor: School has already been in session a few weeks, which means that students have increased daily contact with one another compared to the summer months. 
  • What the heck happened last Monday night? 
  • I completed the ALS ice bucket challenge. 
  • The opening of the new passenger pigeon exhibit will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Limberlost State Historic Site in Geneva in honor of “Martha,” the last living passenger pigeon. 
  • Couple to celebrate 50 years
    Walter and Barbara Paxson, Harrod, Ohio, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday with an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. at Harrod Community Center. 
  • “For better or for worse, in sickness and in health …” those words came to mind as I was setting up the Continuous Passive Motion machine this morning. 
  • Skinny has never been a word to describe me. 
  • To wed in September
    Brittany Christine Manor and Benjamin Edward Vance are planning a Sept. 20 wedding at Bearcreek Farms in Bryant.  
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