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  • Gregg urges action
    John Gregg wants Indiana Democrats to keep their focus turned to November’s election. 
  • A preparation course for the journeyman electrician exam is going to be offered by John Jay Center for Learning, beginning next week 
  • Rates are going up
    REDKEY — Sewer rates will be going up. 
  • Officer injured during chase
    A Jay County Sheriff’s Office deputy was injured and an Ohio man is facing felony charges following a Wednesday police pursuit. 
  • Portland Board of Aviation on Wednesday learned a trip to Chicago to talk to the Federal Aviation Administration about its runway extension justification study went well. 
  • Breaking: JC girls golfers advance
    MUNCIE — Jay County’s girls golf team finished in third place, earning a berth in the regional meet for the first time in more than two decades. 
  • Jay County outlasts Bluffton
    BLUFFTON — It was nearly impossible for the Jay County defense to stop D’Wayne Eskridge and his Bluffton teammates in the opening half Friday. 
  • Fort Recovery handles Blue Jays
    FORT RECOVERY — Standing on the goal line, Caleb Martin took the snap and dropped back into his own end zone. 
  • LEO — The Starfires were able to gain some yards. They just couldn’t find their way into the end zone until it was far too late. 
  • Winchester edges Patriots
    The Patriots aren’t the defending champions. And they can’t claim to be sectional favorites. 
  • LifeStream Services will offer the program Healthy Eating Every Day, for adults 60 and older, at Jay County Public Library. 
  • Thirty years.
    It seems like a lifetime to someone who changes her toothpaste brand with every tube because she’s sick of the previous one. 
  • Philip and Mary Lu Premer, 760 S. Washington St., Pennville, are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary today. 
  • The Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region of The American Red Cross held a blood drive Tuesday at Jay Community Center with 113 donors. 
  • The third annual Active Aging Week will be at The Arthur and Gloria Muselman Wellness Pavilion in Berne for those 55 and older with the theme “Senior Camp Adventure.” 
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