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  • Insuring voice
    Answering the phones, what seems like a simple task, can make a big difference to those on the other end of the line.
  • Second intensity
    The Jay County High School Marching Patriots finished second Friday in the Jay County Lions Band Contest at Jay County Fairgrounds. Pictured, Madison Fouch shows some intensity near the end of the Marching Patriots’ performance of “Through the Clouds.” JCHS scored 72.275 points to finish second behind Anderson (73.6) and ahead of third-place Centerville (70.875).  (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Hoop in the heat
    Jamison Miller, 20 months, hits a hoop Thursday afternoon with an assist from his mom Jackie Miller at Portland Water Park. The water park was relatively quiet despite temperatures in the upper 80s. The heat wave is expected to hit hard today and Saturday, with highs in the mid 90s. Jay County is under an excessive heat warning through Saturday evening. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • Council gets $$ reminder
    REDKEY — Reminder: The town has $50,000 available for economic or community development.
    
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  • Insuring voice
    Answering the phones, what seems like a simple task, can make a big difference to those on the other end of the line.
  • Man charged with dealing
    A Portland man was arrested on a dealing charge Friday evening. 
  • Ardagh spins off metal business
    Ardagh Group, parent of Dunkirk's glass container manufacturing plant, has spun off its metal packaging business, merging it with a company owned by the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan. 
  • Council gets $$ reminder
    REDKEY — Reminder: The town has $50,000 available for economic or community development.
  • Paxson, Link earn top honors at sheep show
    Gabi Paxson and Gabe Link won big at the 4-H Sheep Show on July 8 at the Jay County Fair. 
  • To the editor: Patriot Prep is a summer camp for little ones entering preschool or kindergarten (ages 3 through 5). 
  • To the editor: Thank you to everyone who came to Dunkirk City Park and celebrated the 4th of July with us.
  • To the editor: After reading Bud Herron's opinion column concerning medical marijuana that ran in the July 12 edition of The Commercial Review, I thought maybe a few insights might be presented. 
  • Back in the day, when my dear friend the late Tom Casey had only bits and pieces of ideas for a column, he'd begin it with this introduction: "One or two things that may or may not merit a paragraph or two." 
  • To the editor: On behalf of the Jay County 4-H program, I would like to take this time to invite everyone to the annual Jay County 4-H livestock auction that starts at 10 a.m. Friday in the 4-H Exhibit Hall.
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
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