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Thursday, October 02, 2014
  • Elated Emma
    Junior Emma Laux leaps Wednesday as she celebrates a touchdown with classmate Abby Wendel during the powderpuff football competition at Jay County High School’s spirit night. Wendel caught the game-tying and game-winning touchdown passes as the juniors defeated the freshmen 12-6 in overtime in the championship game. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Jay County advances
    The Patriots got the rematch they wanted.
  • Muncie man killed
    A Muncie man was killed and a Dunkirk woman was injured in an automobile accident Wednesday in Richland Township.
  • Long welcomes accountability
    Accountability in the realm of public education isn’t going to go away. And that’s just fine with Jay Schools superintendent Tim Long.
    
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  • It’s déjà vu for a pair of candidates vying for Jay County Prosecutor. 
  • The South Adams teachers and school board have come to a contract agreement. 
  • Church to celebrate
    St. Joseph Catholic Church, 1689 St. Joe Road in Fort Recovery, will celebrate its 175th anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 1:30 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. Archbishop Dennis Schnurr as the principal celebrant. 
  • Muncie man killed
    A Muncie man was killed and a Dunkirk woman was injured in an automobile accident Wednesday in Richland Township. 
  • East Elementary School was honored Tuesday as a National Blue Ribbon School for 2014, one of only 337 nationally to receive such an honor and one of only nine in the state of Indiana. 
  • Jay County advances
    The Patriots got the rematch they wanted. 
  • FORT RECOVERY — Fort Recovery’s football team has already etched itself into the record books. But Brent Niekamp and the Indians still aren’t satisfied. 
  • OSSIAN — The Starfires’ season has ended, but David Muselman continues. 
  • The Jay County Patriots (2-4, 1-2 Allen County Athletic Conference) will host the South Adams Starfires (1-5, 1-3 ACAC) for the first time in 30 years at 7 p.m. Friday. 
  • Eme Miller broke her own 5K school record Sept. 13. On Saturday, she took care of the 6K mark. 
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