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  • Gundrum set to join board
    There is no suspense when it comes to this year’s school board elections. 
  • Barack's bird
    FORT RECOVERY — Two local turkeys and their handlers are headed to the White House. 
  • Jay grad earns honor
    When walking into Plainfield Community Middle School it’s hard to miss the wall of fame, which is decorated with banners displaying the school’s success. 
  • The office of Indiana State Auditor may sound obscure to some, but Mike Claytor believes it’s essential to providing balance in the highest levels of state government. 
  • State of the Heart Hospice will host its annual Holiday Remembrance Gathering at 2 p.m. Sunday at Fellowship Baptist Church in Portland. 
  • Stars head back to title
    BERNE — For the fourth time in five years, the Starfire football team will play for a sectional championship. 
  • Tigers blank Tribe
    FORT RECOVERY — On a night when the bitter temperatures and blowing snow seemed more like it was Christmas than Halloween, the Indians had to contend just as much with the weather as it did the Versailles defense. 
  • Jay grad adds another national cut
    Josh Lykins is already going to the NAIA nationals as part of Lindsey Wilson College’s 400-meter freestyle relay team. Now he’ll compete as an individual. 
  • It wasn’t supposed to end that way. 
  • Jay soccer players earn ACAC honors
    A dozen Jay County High School soccer players were named to the All-Allen County Athletic Conference teams Tuesday. 
  • To the editor:
    October was National Substance Abuse Prevention Month as designated by President Obama in 2011. 
  • “Hey Jack,” a young woman yelled across a parking lot the other day, “you’ve been over there. Do we have to worry about getting that Ebola?” 
  • A decision to end her life has made 29-year-old Brittany Maynard an advocate for dying with dignity. 
  • To the editor:
    At the first public meeting on confined feeding operations there were several misconceptions expressed about this industry that need to be cleared up. 
  • To the editor: I wish to thank Portland Police Chief Nathan Springer and the Portland Police Department for the 2014 Portland Citizens Police Academy. 
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