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Tuesday, July 26, 2016
  • Robot work
    Monte Schmiesing, 11, left, and Joshua Fredericksen, 17, work together on building a robot Tuesday morning at the last of the five week-long VEX Robotics summer camps held at John Jay Learning Center in Portland. (The Commercial Review/Nathan Rubbelke)
  • Commissioners review budget
    A slim agenda allowed Jay County Commissioners to handle some internal business.
  • Making progress
    A crew from Milestone works on a stretch of Indiana 26 west of Como Road on Monday afternoon as record temperatures and high humidity continued to oppress much of the Midwest. Work on the section of Indiana 26 between Indiana 1 and Indiana 67 is expected to continue into November. (The Commercial Review/Jack Ronald)
  • District plans to increase spending
    With its cash balances now in good health, Jay County Solid Waste Management District plans to spend more next year.
    
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  • Commissioners review budget
    A slim agenda allowed Jay County Commissioners to handle some internal business.
  • District plans to increase spending
    With its cash balances now in good health, Jay County Solid Waste Management District plans to spend more next year.
  • DUNKIRK — More blighted homes are set to be torn down in the city.
  • Jay rate is 29th highest
    Though Jay County’s unemployment rate went up in June, as was the case for most counties in the state it remains below where it was at this point last year. But it’s the statewide ranking that may be cause for concern.
  • Davis to help select candidate
    A Portland native will play a hand in selecting Indiana's new Republican gubernatorial candidate.
  • To the editor: After I was surprisingly singled out by another board member at the June meeting, it has been brought to my attention that there may be a conspiracy in the making by the president and vice president of Redkey Town Council to replace me as department head and supervisor of the Redkey Police Department at the first of the year.
  • To the editor:
    I would like to thank the many businesses and organizations of Jay County for their support of this year’s Miss Jay County Fair Queen Pageant.
  • When Republican leaders sit down this week to fill Mike Pence's spot as the GOP nominee for governor of Indiana, one obvious choice will probably be overlooked.
  • I love politics. I love the drama it provides. 
    That’s why I was saddened to leave Missouri. The show-me state has shown its share of political theatre in 2016. 
  • To the editor: While returning from a work trip to Houston last weekend, it was impossible to miss noticing two things along the journey.
Portland Water Park tour
This is a tour of the new Portland Water Park, for which a ribbon cutting ceremony was held today. It will open to the public on May 28.
Jay County Fair - July 10, 2016
Jay County 4-H dairy beef and beef feeder, poultry and horse and pony halter shows - Sunday, July 10, 2016 - Jay County Fair

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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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