Bailey Cline

Bailey Cline joined The Commercial Review as a reporter in June 2020.

She graduated from Ball State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and telecommunications. She has worked at the Ball State Daily News in Muncie as a reporter and editor, and she has also worked at the Indiana Daily Student in Bloomington as a beat reporter.

Born and raised in Hartford City, Cline enjoys reading, gaming and spending time with her border collie, Beauty.


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Residents get property tax primer

Town hall provided details to Fort Recovery residents

Fort Recovery residents, Mercer County officials and others joined Saturday for a town hall meeting to discuss real estate taxes.

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Pennville seeks funds for park

Jay County Commissioners hear $35,000 match request

Pennville is seeking funds to make several improvements to its park.

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Exception OK’d for wedding venue

Runyon plans to renovate barns to maintain rustic feel

Plans are in the works for a new wedding venue in rural Bryant.

Community Calendar - Friday, Oct. 27, 2023

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Ambulance will get load system

Hydraulic arm lifts cots, equipment, patients into vehicle

One of the county’s ambulances will have a new perk soon.

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Redkey hires new town marshal

Jay Co. grad served 20 years as police chief in Oblong, Illinois

Redkey Town Council agreed to hire Chad Pusey, a Jay County native, as town marshal during its meeting Thursday. His employment is subject to required testing and signing a contract with the town.

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FR reviews water options

Village considering ion exchange or reverse osmosis membrane system

Village considering ion exchange or reverse osmosis membrane system

Friday, Oct. 13, 2023 - In review

Jay County Solid Waste Management District will have recycling trailers available Saturday. Trailers will be open from 9 a.m. to noon in the shopping center at 220 Lincoln St., Portland, and Dunkirk City Park.

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Council OKs $

Funding request moves on to commissioners

Jay County Baseball Club may be getting financial support from the county for its new building.

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County OKs a new plan

Document replaces plan that was rescinded

Jay County Commissioners approved amendments to the county’s capital improvement plan on Monday.It includes plan objectives, descriptions of capital projects and specifies that the cost of projects on the list accounts for “at least 75% of the fractional amount of revenue allocated for economic development purposes,” according to the ordinance.

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