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Friday, October 24, 2014
  • Comeback falls short
    FORT WAYNE — Homestead’s Cassidy Geller was just trying to get the ball over the net.
  • Night work
    A combine being operated by Mike Osterholt empties corn into a bin Wednesday evening along county road 300 South west of county road 300 East in Jay County. Osterholt said harvest conditions have improved this week, a trend that should continue with no rain in the forecast through the weekend. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Pryor earns ACAC honor
    Three local athletes have received recognition from the Allen County Athletic Conference.
  • JCH will add ortho service
    Jay County Hospital will soon partner with a regional orthopedics organization to increase access of care for residents.
    
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  • The unemployment rate in Jay County soared as high as 12.6 percent as a result of the Great Recession. It has now dropped to its lowest point since the month the economic downturn began. 
  • JCH will add ortho service
    Jay County Hospital will soon partner with a regional orthopedics organization to increase access of care for residents. 
  • All Saints Fair will be held from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Shrine of the Holy Relics, 2291 S. Johns Road, Maria Stein, Ohio. 
  • Group hears concerns
    Quality of life was the subject at hand during the county’s first study commission meeting to review confined feeding operation regulations. 
  • The State of Indiana is planning a celebration for its bicentennial and it wants all 92 counties to participate. 
  • Comeback falls short
    FORT WAYNE — Homestead’s Cassidy Geller was just trying to get the ball over the net. 
  • BLUFFTON — The Starfires took two of the first three sets against Allen County Athletic Conference rival Woodlan in the opening round of the Class 2A Sectional 36 tournament at Bluffton. 
  • Pryor earns ACAC honor
    Three local athletes have received recognition from the Allen County Athletic Conference. 
  • Eme Miller led the way as three area graduates ran Friday in southern Ohio. 
  • The Jay County High School football team (2-7) will open sectional play with a quarterfinal game Friday at Marion (0-9). 
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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