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Wednesday, July 29, 2015
  • Firm reviews flooding study
    A week after deciding to form a committee to address Jay County’s flooding problems, commissioners heard a presentation of potential solutions for part of the issue.
  • Teaching tech
    Social studies teacher Tim Millspaugh helps German and French teacher Anni McClung with Google Classroom this morning after teaching a group of teachers about the tool at Jay School Corporation’s Summer Tech Conference. (The Commercial Review/Kathryne Rubright)
  • Issue will go to ballot
    REDKEY — Town residents will get a choice on this fall’s election ballot.
  • Pipes arrive
    A truck was stopped at the intersection of Meridian and Water streets in Portland this morning to deliver pipes for the Indiana 26 (Water Street) project. The work includes replacement of water and sewer lines as well as construction of a new road. (The Commercial Review/Jack Ronald)
    
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  • Ready for your close-up, Dunkirk? 
  • Say hello to my little friend. 
  • To the editor:
    To inspire 1,000 families of kindergarten through third grade students to register for a college savings account in just a matter of days takes vision and effort. Jay School Corporation and John Jay Center for Learning will help make college savings a reality for more than 1,000 students as they establish CollegeChoice 529 Direct Savings accounts during elementary school registration Thursday and Monday. 
  • On July 5, Hillary Clinton did a CNN interview in which she told several blatant lies. 
  • I could take my column from last week, update some details, and it would still be just as relevant, given Thursday night’s shooting at a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana. 
  • Betz and Sutherland to wed
    Miranda Betz and Doug Sutherland are planning an Aug. 8 wedding in Greenfield. 
  • Arts Place is accepting registrations for music lessons through its MusicWorks program. 
  • The 32nd National Night Out will be celebrated from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4 in Portland. 
  • Children can bring their favorite bear or stuffed animal to Jay County Public Library on Friday, before 6:30 p.m., for a teddy bear sleepover. 
  • “I love babies!” my sister-in-law, Sue, exclaimed. She was cuddling her first grandchild as she spoke. She buried her face in the baby’s neck and inhaled her scent. She hugged baby Isabella and once again declared her love for this beautiful little girl. Isabella looked bored. 
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The Troopers - show preview
Wet Wednesday - 06/18/2015
Video footage of the flooding in and around the Jay County, Indiana, and Fort Recovery, Ohio, from a large amount of rain and an overflowing Wabash and Salamonie rivers on June 17, 2015.

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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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