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  • Pack loves helping deliver
    As one regular heads out the door, the next approaches the counter. 
  • Yield looks strong
    A preliminary yield count is estimating record numbers for harvesting corn in Jay County and the surrounding area. 
  • Board approves updates for plan
    Accountability leads to improvement. 
  • Bill Davis is retiring as executive director of the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs as of Sept. 2. 
  • Jay County residents and businesses affected by last week’s record rainfall may be eligible for some assistance from the state, Jay County Emergency Management director Ralph Frazee said this morning. 
  • Patriots beat Bruins
    HARTFORD CITY — It took a quarter for the Jay County offense to get rolling. 
  • Lightning delays FR win
    FORT RECOVERY — Lightning could only delay the Indians’ opening-night celebration. 
  • BERNE — The first drive went three-and-out, and an errant snap on a punt attempt led to a safety. 
  • Jay rallies past Delta
    The Patriots fell behind twice, but they never gave up. 
  • Golfers fall to Devils
    Their first action at Portland Golf Club didn’t go as well as the Patriots would have liked. They’re hoping two more rounds will have them ready to defend their home course when all of their new conference rivals come to town Sept. 6. 
  • The fire alarm is no longer sounding in my apartment.
    And my cooking is finally improving.  
  • To the editor: In light of the recent flooding here in Jay County, I am not surprised by the number of people that thought playing in the water was cool. 
  • 8:15 a.m. EDT — We are sitting at the South Bend airport, waiting for a train. I know that sounds a little goofy, but the South Shore Railroad — the cheapest, best, no-hassle way to get into Chicago from Indiana — has its eastern-most station at the airport. 
  • To the editor: School has already been in session a few weeks, which means that students have increased daily contact with one another compared to the summer months. 
  • What the heck happened last Monday night? 
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