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Thursday, September 29, 2016
Jay County knows how to celebrate
That’s how you celebrate, Jay County.
None of us has all the answers
Questions seem to pile up around my desk on a September afternoon like leaves that will soon be piling up on the lawn.
Divert trucks from downtown
To the editor: After my recent letter on the subject of two-lane traffic through historic Portland’s downtown I have had lots of good and bad comments.
New complex might key progress
To the editor: I’m writing to speak my disapproval of Portland City Council’s stance on the proposed apartment complex being erected at the site of the former book bindery.
Trump is striking a different tone
“My fellow citizens, for the last nine days, the entire world has seen for itself the state of our union, and it is strong.”
CEOs need to take responsibility
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf sat in front of the Senate Banking Committee on Tuesday and apologized.
Join in state's bicentennial celebration
To the editor: Happy birthday Indiana!
Old guy was a picture of confusion
It was there just a minute ago.
Grandmas inspire fighting spirit
She will fight, with bravery and strength. That much I know.
Consolidation has hurt the farmer
Chemical and pharmaceutical company Bayer announced Wednesday its $66 billion takeover of agricultural giant Monsanto.
Thank you for tourney support
I would like to thank local businesses for their donations for the sixth annual horseshoe tournament Aug. 28, at Haynes Park in Portland.
Haynes cousin shares restored car
Maybe the designers for Elwood Haynes thought that top hats were coming back in style.
We need to use the available tools
Vision is one thing. Will is another.
Let’s return to a two-lane street
To the editor: From my travels to other small rural communities looking at murals as a way to show pride in its town through public art I noticed Portland had something different.
Organization truly does offer hope
To the editor:
Do you know about A Better Life – Briana’s Hope?
The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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