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Friday, June 25, 2021
 
Thursday, September 10, 2020 11:40 AM
  • Couple thankful for help with fire
    To the editor: We would like to express our sincere thanks to the Portland, Salamonia, Ward Township and Southwester Mercer fire departments for their excellent job of responding to our barn fire on Father's Day, Sunday, June 20.
  • Southside brings back senior program
    To the editor: The Southside Church of Christ is reviving its Senior Program.
  • JCHS baseball offers thanks
    To the editor: Recently, the Jay County High School baseball program collaborated with many individuals in our community to host a Strike out Cancer game to benefit a local young man currently battling cancer.
  • Doing nothing harms democracy
    To the editor: Today, May 28, 2021, the United States Senate drove yet another nail into the coffin holding the remains of America's Democratic Republic.
  • Celebrate county’s Special Olympics
    To the editor: It is not often that you get to celebrate your 40th birthday twice.
  • Farmers need to become educators
    To the editor: Farmers wear a variety of hats. Nutritionist, chemist, vet, computer engineer, mechanic and even meteorologist.
  • Contact for Lions has been changed
    To the editor: This letter is to let everyone know that the Dunkirk Lions Club no longer has Kent Taylor as its secretary/treasurer. He moved south over a year ago.
  • Jay County 4-H Council says thanks
    To the editor: On behalf of the Jay County 4-H Council I would like to express a sincere thank you to the Jay County community for its support on the council’s donations for its capital campaign to raise funds for improvements on the 4-H buildings at Jay County Fairgrounds.
  • JCDC is key for economic growth
    To the editor: The International Economic Development Council has declared May 9 through 16 as “Economic Development Week.”
  • Optimist clubs offer their thanks
    To the editor: The Jay County Optimist Clubs would like to thank the residents of Jay County for taking the opportunity to encourage the show of respect for all the law enforcement officers of Jay County.
  • Legislature ignores its lack of knowledge
    To the editor: “A wise man understands the limits of his knowledge and seeks to overcome his ignorance. A foolish man will wallow in the pigsty of his stupidity.”

  • Show respect for law enforcement
    To the editor: The Jay County Optimist clubs are honoring all police officers who work in Jay County.
  • To the editor: US Aggregates has proudly served Jay County for more than 50 years.
  • To the editor: At a recent visit to the Loblolly Marsh Nature Preserve in Jay County, I noticed the educational sign “Drain the Swamp,” which depicts various ways of dealing with drainage.
  • To the editor: There is a bit of an unexpected tussle going on right now in the statehouse.
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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