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Friday, August 28, 2015
 
  • There’s a campfire burning low. 
  • “Is the coast clear?” we asked. “Are you sure there aren’t any presidential candidates?” 
  • More than a week has passed, but the pain is still very real. 
  • To the editor:
    To the residents of Redkey, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to make our town a better and nicer place. 
  • To the editor:
    On behalf of the town board of Redkey, we would like to say thank you to those residents who have complied with the clean-up of their properties. This should have been done twenty-five years ago, but we have made a good start in our efforts. 
  • To the editor:
    I’m not against city hall. But I’d like for them to “share, care and be fair.” 
  • I never watched “The Apprentice.” 
  • To the editor:
    On Saturday, a pair of dancers, Jamie Harshman and Jamie Razo, billed as Jamie Squared, won the grand prize in Jay County Chamber of Commerce’s third year of Stars in the Park, a talent competition featuring local talent, judged by local judges and an audience made up of friends and neighbors.
     
  • Join us now for another episode of House Hunting Bargain Hunters Renovation Ridiculousness. 
  • To the editor:
    Another successful summer season for the Marching Patriots has come to an end. 
  • To the editor:
    As many of you know, my husband Lloyd Weesner has been facing serious medical problems, including multiple hospital stays and surgies. Though he still has to go for regular testing, he is back to work and doing good. 
  • To the editor: The Portland Farmers’ Market is an amazing event this year. 
  • All of us were taught the right message when we were kids: It’s good to share. 
  • As of Friday afternoon, I haven’t had a chance to watch Jon Stewart’s last episode of “The Daily Show” yet. 
  • To the editor:
    Time flies when you are having fun.

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