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Friday, September 19, 2014
 
  • Anything but ordinary
    It was 1985. 
  • Under cover
    Farmers will again be encouraged to put their fields to bed after harvest with a blanket of cover crops at an upcoming Jay County Soil and Water Conservation District field day. 
  • So far, harvest is a mixed bag
    Not great. But not a disaster. 
  • Screams help raise fire funds
    DUNKIRK — If it’s October, it must be time to scare people out of their wits. 
  • Stitching a plan
    As a neighbor to the south wraps up a quilt tour, plans are progressing for a Jay County version. 
  • Weather spells late harvest
    A cool, dry summer and wet conditions this fall haven't exactly made life easy on area farmers. 
  • Special pumpkins
    This time of year, most pumpkins decorate porches and yards until they are carved or eaten. 
  • Rescued trail teaches of trees
    For generations, the trails have been unofficial: Wandering routes along the Salamonie River on Portland's east side where kids could go exploring, play army, or simply get away from the noise of town. 
  • Dig it
    For 50 years, John Young has been gardening. 
 
The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371