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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
  • Patriots prepare
    Allison Addington plays saxophone Tuesday night during the Jay County High School Marching Patriots’ dress rehearsal for their upcoming performance at the Indiana State Fair. JCHS will travel to Indianapolis to perform Saturday at the Music Travel Consultants State Fair Band Day. (The Commercial Review/Samm Quinn)
  • Police: Beware of scam artists
    There’s little law enforcement agencies can do once money has been lost to a scam. So education is the key. 
  • Courthouse clean up
    Jerrad Brockhaus of Atlas Building Services Inc., Wabash, works on removing caulk from the stairs in front of the east entrance of Jay County Courthouse on Tuesday afternoon. The work is part of a masonry project to clean and repair the exterior of the courthouse. (The Commercial Review/Kelly Lynch)
  • Commissioners make changes
    Drainage assessments for multiple watersheds will be changed in an effort to either pay off debt or combine with a larger watershed.
    
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  • Police: Beware of scam artists
    There’s little law enforcement agencies can do once money has been lost to a scam. So education is the key.  
  • Jay County, unlike others in the state, didn’t receive Federal Emergency Management Agency funds for the hazardous weather the area experienced during the winter. 
  • Drainage assessments for multiple watersheds will be changed in an effort to either pay off debt or combine with a larger watershed. 
  • DUNKRK — The result of one construction project is ready to be unveiled to the public while the city continues work on several others. 
  • Jay County Solid Waste Management District sailed through its budgeting process. 
  • Couple to wed in October
    Erin McLaughlin and Rodney Brooks are planning an Oct. 4 wedding. 
  • Applications are being accepted for the first semester of MusicWorks at Arts Place beginning Aug. 25 and continuing through Dec. 23. 
  • Sometimes a time-out can be a good thing. My three-year old grandson, Nicholas, and I were playing one evening. I won our sword fight or whatever it was we were playing. He put his hands on his hips and told me I was in time-out. I was not to get up until he told me I could. 
  • The 5th annual Norman Vinson Memorial Poker Run will be held Saturday, Aug. 2. 
  • Sitting in a hospital room, waiting for information about a sick loved one is stressful. 

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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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