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  • Re-Trace-ing steps
    Trace Adkins is coming back to Jay County. 
  • County Commissioners Faron Parr and Doug Inman provided an update Tuesday on the state of the county, focusing on CAFOs and roads. 
  • A car driven by a Ridgeville teen crashed into a guardrail Monday morning in an accident that claimed the life of a Winchester teen. 
  • Construction has been under way on Indiana 26 East (Water Street) in Portland for nearly a month. This week, city’s west side residents will see more of the same. 
  • Glass Days is set to begin Wednesday and continue through Saturday in downtown Dunkirk. 
  • Distance 'mighty' for Jay
    INDIANAPOLIS — In a season stunted by injuries, the distance crew has been the constant for the Patriots. 
  • MARION — Addie Wanner continues to tie the school high jump record. 
  • Patriot softball falls in semifinal
    FORT WAYNE — The Vikings nearly hit at will. 
  • Landon Garringer hit two home runs and tallied three RBIs Tuesday, leading Barnett’s Auto Parts to a 13-6 victory against All Circuit Electrical in Portland Junior League Rookie baseball. 
  • DISTRICT CHAMPS
    COLDWATER, Ohio — The Wildcats scored two runs in the first inning. 
  • It was the Dunkirk High School Alumni Banquet, and I finally had a chance to tell Suzi how she’d changed my life. 
  • Will Dunkirk’s chance to be selected a Stellar Community by the Office of Community and Rural Affairs be determined by the hospitality shown last week to the lieutenant governor? 
  • They are planted.
    The tree saplings on West Water Street are what I initially refer to, but no doubt, this statement also refers to the Rotarians themselves. Rooted and grounded in community service, Portland Rotary Club helped to accomplish the planting of 13 more little trees on the Saturday before Mother’s Day. 
  • To the editor:
    In the next few weeks Jay County newspaper subscribers will find 2015 WALK Against Cancer advertisements in their newspaper. 
  • To the editor: Bryant Loblolly Days has been scheduled for the first weekend after Labor Day since the early 1970s. 
  • Spahr, Ferner to wed Saturday
    Lauren Brittany Spahr and Brent Daniel Ferner will wed on Saturday. 
  • My brother, David, made the long trip to my town to help my other brother, Michael, haul his new project home last weekend. They stopped by my house for a quick visit. As we all went out the front door an army of carpenter bees buzzed around us. 
  • Marriage licenses 
  • Spahr, Ferner to wed
    Lauren Brittany Spahr and Brent Daniel Ferner will wed on May 30. 
  • Jay County, you’ve been challenged. Jay County Public Library is launching the Summer Challenge, and all residents of the county — regardless of age — can participate. 
Honors night - 05/004/2015
Alex Krieg and Bryttani Knight share a laugh on stage after accepting a National Honor Society award during honors night Monday at Jay County High School. More than $1.5 million in scholarships were presented during the evening. For the full list, see Tuesday's edition of The Commercial Review. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
Honors night - 05/004/2015
Alex Krieg and Bryttani Knight share a laugh on stage after accepting a National Honor Society award during honors night Monday at Jay County High School. More than $1.5 million in scholarships were presented during the evening. For the full list, see Tuesday's edition of The Commercial Review. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
Daily roundup for Aug. 20, 2014
Reporters Seth Morin and Jacob Rund bring you today’s headlines.

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