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Wednesday, May 27, 2015
 
  • It was the Dunkirk High School Alumni Banquet, and I finally had a chance to tell Suzi how she’d changed my life. 
  • Will Dunkirk’s chance to be selected a Stellar Community by the Office of Community and Rural Affairs be determined by the hospitality shown last week to the lieutenant governor? 
  • They are planted.
    The tree saplings on West Water Street are what I initially refer to, but no doubt, this statement also refers to the Rotarians themselves. Rooted and grounded in community service, Portland Rotary Club helped to accomplish the planting of 13 more little trees on the Saturday before Mother’s Day. 
  • To the editor:
    In the next few weeks Jay County newspaper subscribers will find 2015 WALK Against Cancer advertisements in their newspaper. 
  • To the editor: Bryant Loblolly Days has been scheduled for the first weekend after Labor Day since the early 1970s. 
  • Tim Rivers has sent me down a rabbit hole. 
  • To the editor:
    A little over a year ago, the Jay Patriot Band Boosters embarked on a challenge to raise funds to purchase new uniforms. 
  • To the editor: The Jay County Humane Society would like to say thanks to everyone involved in making our soup cook-off on April 18 a great success. 
  • The Jay County Humane Society would like to say thanks to everyone involved in making our soup cook-off on April 18 a great success. 
  • To the editor:
    In a recent Indianapolis Star headline, I read where Indiana Gov. Mike Pence has formally signed a bill that basically strips Glenda Ritz of most, if not all, of her power as a duly elected official of the state. 
  • Something remarkable is happening this weekend. 
  • My wife and I said the word at the same time with the same inflection: “Pierzynski?” 
  • Nothing ruins the splendor of a spring afternoon faster than a serious traffic accident. 
  • To the editor:
    My husband and I were at the cemetery May 2 placing ornamental gravel around our gravestones. 
  • Is this a smart move? Or is it one of the most boneheaded political decisions in recent memory? 
 
The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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