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  • Integration agreement approved
    Prepare to say goodbye to Jay County Hospital and hello to IU Health Jay.

  • Declines will continue
    Enrollment declines for Jay Schools are expected to slow a bit in the next few years, but the numbers won’t reverse themselves, and they won’t erase the fact that total enrollment has dropped 46 percent since 1974.
  • Retrospect: Patriots won with defense
    Thirty years ago this week, the Jay County High School boys basketball team used a traditional tactic — lock-down defense — to win its season opener in the first game it played with a new rule — the 3-point shot — in place.

     
  • Back to Orlando
    PENDLETON — The Patriots are heading back to Orlando.

  • Setting standards
    It’s not about redemption, really. It’s not even about proving to themselves that they’re capable. The scoresheets have already shown that. It’s about putting forward the quality of routine that meets their standards. And earning another berth to nationals, of course.
  • Patriot girls swim team blasts Jets
    MONROE  The Patriots didn't lose an event on Monday. 
  • Jay County boys to be more balanced
    A year ago the Patriots were relatively easy to defend.
  • WESTFIELD — A pair of invitational meets are in the record books so far this season, and the Patriots have finished in the top two each time.
  • Second rally falls short
    WINCHESTER — For the second time this season, the Patriots fell behind big against a Class 2A powerhouse.
  • Patriots hold on
    DECATUR — Turnovers allowed the host Squaws to take a second-half lead. For a team that didn’t shoot very well from the free-throw line, the Patriots made them down the stretch when it counted.
  • To the editor: It's 4:17 a.m., and the first news I hear this morning is that some kook from Northern California used four people for target practice. 
  • Oh, cut it out. 

    Todd Rokita's campaign ought to put a sock in it. 

  • To the editor: We are blessed and want to thank you for blessing us even more by giving of yourselves, by helping us sort through debris, for providing a place to keep what was saved, for washing bags of soiled, rain-soaked, insulation-coated clothes and for bringing food to feed our family.
  • While it’s somewhat reassuring to see a bipartisan group of senators cobble together new legislation that would strengthen background checks, it’s hard to shake the feeling that it’s all more gesture than substance.
  • To the editor: Family LifeCare held their annual fundraiser on Sept. 23 and raised over $31,000. 
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
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