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  • What is the cost?
    What does it cost to educate a Jay County student? It depends. 
  • City gets blight grant
    Portland will be receiving $126,000 in state funding to deal with abandoned and blighted homes in the community. The money is a portion of $7.7 million in funds to be distributed among 14 cities as part of the Blight Elimination Program. 
  • A rural Bryant boy, 9, is in critical condition at Fort Wayne’s Parkview Regional Medical Center after falling out of a hayloft Friday. 
  • John Jay to open new class space
    John Jay Center for Learning is shifting gears and moving into a whole new realm of vocational education. 
  • Interested in starting a new business? 
  • Keen earns medal
    INDIANAPOLIS — James Keen finished runner-up in the second heat of the 100-yard backstroke Friday of the IHSAA Boys Swimming and Diving preliminaries at Indiana University Natatorium. 
  • JCHS quiets Braves' offense
    A tap of the snooze button typically results in a nine-minute reprieve from the alarm clock. 
  • MARIA STEIN, Ohio — The Indians trailed from the start. 
  • 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. 
  • INDIANAPOLIS — The Patriots are likely to stay in Class 4A for at least two more years. 
  • 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. 
Daily roundup for Aug. 20, 2014
Reporters Seth Morin and Jacob Rund bring you today’s headlines.
Daily roundup for Aug. 20, 2014
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