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  • Fuquas plan new cafe
    Rock and Kathy Fuqua are passionate about Dunkirk and would like to see the downtown area flourish once again. So when they heard their community’s desire for a new place to eat, they decided to take action.
  • Building permits were issued for almost $700,000 in new construction in June by the Jay/Portland Building and Planning Office. 
  • Youth Service Bureau has a new CEO. 
  • IU Health Jay creates police force
    Jay County Hospital’s integration with IU Health has brought significant changes.
  • Ice cream queen
    A Portland woman is in her 16th year at a seasonal job she began when she was in high school.
  • Wild winners
    In the previous five games against the Sluggers this season, the Rockets had allowed an average of three runs per game.
  • Thwaits makes his pro debut
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.  Nick Thwaits dominated most of the hitters he faced while in high school. 
  • Jay wins eighth WVC title
    It didn't win the most events. But it came out on top for the eight straight year. 
  • Slam, double help sweep
    The Portland Rockets moved to 12-10 on the season Sunday by sweeping the Summit City Sluggers in a doubleheader at Portland Memorial Park's Runkle-Miller Field. 
  • Portland ends its scoreboard curse
    Since the shiny new scoreboard was installed July 2, the Rockets hadn’t won at home.
  • To the editor: What started as a rightful attempt to protect American steel and aluminum from cheap imports has transformed into a potential global trade war with chilling economic impacts for Indiana and beyond. 
  • To the editor: Without question or any motive, Sheriff Dwane Ford and his two deputies reflected the definition of being a good samaritan and serving officers of the law, without being asked and even after I wasn’t the kindest civilian to be dealt with.
  • To the editor: Without question or motive, Sheriff Dwane Ford and his two deputies reflected the definition of being a good samaritan and serving officers of the law, without being asked and even after I wasn't the kindest civilian to be dealt with. 
  • There I was, walking down Main Street on the west side of Portland with a Bud Light bottle in each hand. 
  • “Let’s go this way,” I said.
Caldwell performs
Taryn Caldwell of Dunkirk performs the national anthem at a Fort Wayne TinCaps game.
Whitacre Memorial Ride 06/19/2017

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