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Indianapolis Colts

With the Indianapolis Colts sitting last in the AFC South at 2-4, how will they finish the regular season?


  • Trick or treat schedule is set
    As the weather cools and the sun starts to set sooner, Jay County residents are picking out their costumes for this year’s Halloween.
  • Loy Real Estate moves up Main
    Loy Real Estate and Auction has found a new home, and it didn’t have to go far.
  • Jay, Blackford awarded grant
    John Jay Center for Learning will have a new industrial maintenance training program next year thanks in part to nearly $1 million in grant funds that were announced Thursday.
  • Lower rate will save Redkey $
    REDKEY — The town will be receiving an even lower interest rate than it had hoped for a loan for its sewer separation project.
  • Jay Co. man jailed for rape
    A rural Portland man is being held in Jay County Jail after his girlfriend told police he raped her.
  • To the editor: In the past few weeks, several letters to the editor and editorials have appeared in The Commercial Review concerning traffic on U.S. 27 (Meridian Street) in downtown Portland.
  • When it comes to judicial selection, my home state of Missouri was a place of ingenuity. 
  • In 1812, Massachusetts Gov. Elridge Gerry approved revised state districts to help his party, the Democratic-Republicans, in their upcoming election against their rivals, the Federalists.
  • To the editor: In the 1990s, the Clinton administration was on record that there is no individual right to keep and bear arms.
  • Sometimes the family car can turn into a time machine.
  • Those interested in photography and nature are invited to participate in Indiana State Parks’ fall color photo contest on social media.
  • Events continue at Jay County Public Library in honor of the library’s 20th anniversary.
  • Whatever happened to the lazy Sundays of my youth?
  • Storming the stage
    Storm Armstrong, center, and Patriot Edition perform Sunday during “It’s Show Time,” a concert featuring Jay County High School and East Jay Middle School choir students. Patriot edition performed “Oh Superstar,” “Broken?Wings,” “You Have More Friends Than You Know,” “I Never Met a Wolf Who Didn’t Like to Howl” and “1,000,000 Watts of Love.” (Nathan Rubbelke/The Commercial Review)
  • Dunkirk residents Rod and Linda Hardwick are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary today.
JCHS girls locker room
The Jay County High School girls locker room, which has not been renovated since the building opened in 1975, is now slated for remodeling during summer 2017.
Engine on Display
For Dave Anger, restoring the 1914 H.P. Reid Engine owned by he and his father, Larry, was a "life-long dream."


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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371