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Tuesday, March 31, 2015
  • Opening day
    It started to feel a little bit more like spring Monday as the sports season got underway with the Fort Recovery High School baseball team hosting Celina. Pictured, Bulldog players warm up before taking the field against the Indians. For more on the game, see Sports. (The Commercial Review/Chris Schanz)
  • Rate drops to 5.7
    The unemployment rate spiked in January before dipping back below 6 percent last month.
  • Tribe rallies for 7-3 win
    FORT RECOVERY — The Indians didn’t panic when their two-run advantage vanished in the third inning.

  • River adventure
    The Wabash River runs just a few miles south of John and LaNae Abnet’s southeastern Adams County home.
    
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  • Rate drops to 5.7
    The unemployment rate spiked in January before dipping back below 6 percent last month.
     
  • River adventure
    The Wabash River runs just a few miles south of John and LaNae Abnet’s southeastern Adams County home. 
  • Board selects Landon, Best Way
    Landon Excavating has been selected to install nine new flap gates in Portland, while Best Way Services will continue to provide the city’s curbside recycling.
     
  • Anderson joins staff
    The snow has barely melted, but Kimberly Anderson’s thoughts are focused on summer.
     
  • JCH to offer insurance help
    Jay County residents without health insurance may have a new face to go to for assistance.

     
  • A friend once told us it pays to keep a close eye on changes in the environment. If you don’t, you might step outside one day and find a glacier on your doorstep.
     
  • To the editor:
    I’d like to express my thanks and gratitude to the Jay County Chamber of Commerce for the honor of being nominated for the Lifetime Achievement Award.
     
  • To the editor: A special thank you goes out to the Dunkirk community for their recent display of unwavering warmth and generosity, from the officers and members of Dunkirk Elks Lodge 1776.
     
  • To the editor: Dear Indiana Gov. Mike Pence,
    We as Indiana voters are taking issue with some of the things you are trying to do. We voted for Glenda Ritz as Superintendent of Public Instruction.
    Everything you are doing against that position negates our vote and its importance. This, we feel is not right, and not within your powers as governor.
    Another thing you are doing is working to transfer our local decision making to the state level. This will not do, either.
     
  • News travels faster these days. Scandals are unveiled, reviled, and forgotten in the blink of an eye.
     
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