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Monday, March 30, 2020
 
JJCL boost
First Bank of Berne recently made a contribution of $750 to John Jay Center for Learning. At left is Rusty Inman, executive director of John Jay. At right is bank vice president and agribusiness banker Rex Journay. (Photo provided)
  • Excited for opportunity
    Tabby Sprunger will begin her tenure as Jay County Chamber of Commerce’s executive director Monday.
  • Companies respond to COVID-19
    CVS Health and Walgreens have announced plans for hiring additional workers and providing bonuses to employees required to work on-site during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Convenience change
    Essential business is not business as usual.
  • Local funeral homes have all had to change they way they do things in the face of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the ever-changing restrictions that go along with it.
  • Stellar off for 2020
    State suspends program; Jay! plans to seek designation next year.
  • Indiana has been designated as an eligible area for Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan assistance for COVID-19, Jay County Development Corporation executive director Travis Richards said Thursday.
  • More than 22,000 file for benefits
    The financial impact of COVID-19 can now be quantified.
  • Unemployment jumps to 3.5%
    Unemployment has been historically low.
  • Meals available
    Local restaurants provide free and reduced options.
  • Tyson curtails business travel
    Tyson Foods Inc., parent of Tyson Mexican Original, has joined several large corporations such as Walmart and Amazon to restrict international business travel because of the coronavirus.
  • Connect shares mission for city
    Cohesiveness. Collaboration. Unity.
  • Deadline is Monday for chamber event
    Monday is the deadline to make reservations for the Jay County Chamber of Commerce’s annual community awards banquet.
  • Former Walmart may get new owner
    John Hemmelgarn, director of Jay/Portland Building & Planning, said Thursday that Pioneer Packaging is looking to buy the property.
  • Love the ’90s
    The fair is going old school.
  • Flipping excitement
    Jay County team expresses enthusiasm following Indiana Bond Bank event
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