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  • For sale
    Jay School Corporation is looking to offload three properties.
  • Second clinic
    A second coronavirus vaccination clinic is set to open in Jay County next week.
  • Statehouse pausing for one week
    INDIANAPOLIS — The threat of violence at the Indiana Statehouse has paused the lawmaking process for a week.
  • Knapke trial is set for the fall
    A new trial date has been set for one of the three women charged with the January 2020 murder of a Portland man.
  • Melt led to flooding
    Twenty-five years ago this week, melting snow and rain combined to flood areas of Jay County.
  • Oh so Schwiet
    Jay sophomore Renna Schwieterman's fourth-quarter effort helps Patriots clinch ACAC championship.
  • Fort falls to Flyers
    MARIA STEIN, Ohio — The Indians saw their halftime lead disappear after the third quarter.
  • Wait for it ...
    JCHS milks clock, then pull away from Tigers for berth in conference tournament title game.
  • Ison 3rd at state finals
    All Patriots finish in the top 4.
  • Humbled by Homestead
    The Patriots needed wins in each of the final three matches. Not only did they need those victories; to catch the Spartans, the wins needed to come by pins. The Spartans proved a worthy opponent.
  • Oath was broken; it's time to resign
    There’s been a lot of talk about the Constitution in the last couple of weeks. So, let’s talk about the Constitution.
  • Use the recycling trailers properly
    Jay County Solid Waste District is there to help. But its job is not to clean up your mess.
  • These past few years have been a blunt lesson in the importance of local journalism. You likely understand that sentiment if you subscribe to this publication.
  • Deniers would overrule Constitution
    To the editor: I am responding to a Jan. 5 letter to the editor in The Commercial Review. The author defends U.S. Rep. Jim Banks for joining the amicus brief for the election lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. I challenge the author on multiple counts.
  • Dreary days of winter are finite
    And so it begins: The long slog toward springtime.
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