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  • Embracing the future
    Reagan Grieshop gets a hug Sunday afternoon following Fort Recovery High School's graduation ceremony at Fort Site Fieldhouse. Sixty-five students received their diplomas Sunday, with Cassandra Poeppelman as valedictorian and Kayla Lennartz as salutatorian. (Special to The Commercial Review/Alice Gaerke)
  • District display
    SPENCERVILLE, Ohio — Before the meet, Kylee Moody had an inclination. The Tribe had a shot.
  • Huffman joins hospital board
    Jay County's hospital board has a new member. 
  • Choir surfer
    Senior Drew Simmons body surfs Sunday during Patriot Edition's performance as part of Jay County High School's spring choir concert. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney) 
    
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  • Huffman joins hospital board
    Jay County's hospital board has a new member. 
  • Collector by birth
    Doug Tallman went to his first antique car show when he was 2 weeks old. 
  • Permits were issued in April by the Jay/Portland Building and Planning Office for $1.3 million in new construction. 
  • Michelle Kaufman, who graduated from Ball State University earlier this month with a degree in journalism and telecommunications, has joined the staff of The Commercial Review as a freelance writer. 
  • Rate hike is approved
    REDKEY  Town residents will see an increase in their water bills beginning July 1. 
  • To the editor: As a former supermarket manager of several stores who routinely made bank deposits of thousands of dollars and attended many seminars on how to spot shoplifters, I felt humiliated with a recent experience at the local Walmart. 
  • To the editor: When a person is elected or appointed to a position, we expect them to respect the wishes of the citizens and attend all Portland City Council meetings. 
  • To the editor: Early this year, my 1-and-a-half-year-old great-granddaughter Kamryn Price became the victim of a tragic child abuse incident that left her brain dead. 
  • To the Editor: On behalf of Jay County Wrestling Club, we want to thank all of our sponsors and everyone that attended our DCCW Invasion Wrestling Event this past weekend. 
  • It's a little thing. But it's not a little thing. It's certainly not a little thing if you're on a motorcycle. 
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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