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  • Boys destroy Raiders
    The Patriots were firing on all cylinders on Saturday night. 
  • Patriot girls roll to 16th win
    It would seem holding a team scoreless for a quarter would be a rarity. 
  • KOKOMO — For the second straight meet the Patriots weren’t able to surpass the 100-point threshold. 
  • Schindler wins ACAC diving
    The Starfire girls earned the first individual conference title Friday while a Patriot trio built a double-digit lead in the race for the team crown. Meanwhile, the boys diving competition set the stage for Saturday’s battle. 
  • VERSAILLES, Ohio — Justin Ahrens scored the game’s first three points. Then Kyle Ahrens took over. 
  • In an era often marred by senseless legislation (allowing guns on school property) and ethical issues (former superintendent of public instruction Tony Bennett, Rep. Eric Turner), it’s nice to see a lawmaker propose a measure firmly grounded in logic. 
  • To the editor: The goal of the Jay County Drug Coalition has always been to get the word out about the dangers of drugs and the addictions that can result from them. 
  • To the editor: With the holidays behind us the Jay County Salvation Army would like to thank all the volunteers who made this year’s fundraiser a success. 
  • The email arrived back in May of last year and seemed harmless enough. 
  • To the editor:
    For the second straight year, the Jayland Angel Tree program was a huge success. 
  • Whenever I was sick as a child my mom would boil what looked like thin sheets of wood in a pan, then pour the liquid into a heavy cup. She would add lots of milk and sugar to the pink concoction before handing it to me to sip. This was sassafras tea and never failed to make me feel better. 
  • Being an introvert who likes to stay at home, lying around in my sweatpants and eating Kit Kats, it should come as no surprise that my social calendar is pretty much clear of any real interaction. 
  • The following juniors were named to the second cycle honor roll at Jay County High School. 
  • Students at Jay County High School were named to the honor roll for the second cycle. 
  • There are few people in the world who wouldn’t be envious of my 28-year-old brother-in-law, Michael and his wife, Julie. 
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