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Tuesday, September 30, 2014
 
  • Patriot court
    Jay County High School will crown its homecoming king and queen during halftime of Friday’s football game against South Adams. Candidates, front row from left, are Courtney Finnerty, Mitch Bennett, Malarie Houck, Hunter Prescott and Katy Smeltzer. Middle row are Jessica Kerrigan, Collin Iles, Emily Horn, Will Rowles, Faith Parr and Jon Blankenship. Back row are Troy Homan, Rachel Braun, Adam Jutte, Randi Auker and Garhett Blackford. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Patriots sweep Falcons
    Jay County’s volleyball team didn’t practice since its loss to Wes-Del on Thursday.
  • Chromebooks are here
    Jay School Corporation has taken a methodical approach to introducing technology into the classroom.
  • Season ends at regional
    NEW CASTLE — Butch Gray knew his Jay County High School girls golf team was up against tough competition in Saturday’s regional tournament.
    
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  • Human remains found nearly four weeks ago in a wooded area near county road 600 South are those of Brianna DiBattiste. 
  • Two Jay County natives will be competing for the District 4 seat on Jay County Council. 
  • Chromebooks are here
    Jay School Corporation has taken a methodical approach to introducing technology into the classroom. 
  • One candidate is new to the campaign trail. The other is a veteran. 
  • In his honor
    It’s been more than 50 years since Ernie Gierhart visited Washington D.C. His next trip Wednesday will mean much more than his previous pass through. 
  • Patriots sweep Falcons
    Jay County’s volleyball team didn’t practice since its loss to Wes-Del on Thursday. 
  • In the IHSAA boys sectional draw held Monday, the Jay County Patriots boys tennis team will host the Randolph Southern Rebels in the tournament semifinal. 
  • Season ends at regional
    NEW CASTLE — Butch Gray knew his Jay County High School girls golf team was up against tough competition in Saturday’s regional tournament. 
  • KENDALVILLE — The Starfires played the best golf they had as a team all season. 
  • Jay County holds off Yorktown
    Speed kills. And Alex Abbott has plenty of it. 
  • The Main Street U.S.A. Festival will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at West Jay Middle School gym in Dunkirk. 
  • It was such a pretty day Saturday. 
  • The term “feminist” carries an unwarranted stigma. 
  • Be sure to check out all the Halloween themed books, music CDs and DVDs and all other activities this October at Jay County Public Library, 315 N. Ship St. in Portland. 
  • The John Jay Center for Learning will host the fourth annual C3-College-Career-Connect event from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 8 for students and parents to connect with college representatives and learn more about college, careers and financial aid opportunities.

     
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