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  • Downpour leaves Jay flooded
    A downpour that began Thursday night and continued into this morning led to flooding issues throughout the county. 
  • Visitors keep engine going
    The hit-and-miss engine catches bypassers’ eyes. 
  • REDKEY — Representatives from Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering, Inc., in charge of the sewer separation project gave an update to Redkey Town Council members Thursday evening. 
    They drove 695 miles at an average speed of 13 miles per hour, sitting on thinly padded seats. 
  • After six months, Portland Board of Aviation got a response from the Federal Aviation Administration about its runway extension justification study. 
  • Jay County wanted to move on from its 4-0 loss Tuesday at Richmond. 
  • MONROEVILLE — Alex Abbott scored his third goal in two games Thursday, but the Jay County High School boys soccer team lost to conference rival Heritage, 2-1. 
  • Jay ready for ACAC
    It’s been four years since Jay County has been in a conference. 
  • I’ve heard people talking and I’ve read the letters in old newspapers. 
  • The Jay County High School football team will host the Delta Eagles at 7 p.m. Friday. 
  • To the editor:
    On Aug. 15, a 12-year-old with talent beyond those years charmed an audience of hundreds, elevating his performance above 15 other worthy contenders to become the second grand prize winner of Stars in the Park. 
  • To the editor:
    I want to express that I know that nothing I write can take away the pain of the loss of a child and that I in no way want to even pretend that I can fathom the deepness of that pain. What I do want to do is to tell what I saw and experienced the few days that I was in Indiana. 
  • There’s nothing to worry about, the woman said. It’s next to impossible to fall out of a kayak. 
  • To the editor: Comedian Rodney Dangerfield’s theme makes me think of the thumbing of the nose of the J-Star Farms of Ohio to Jay County, Indiana’s rules and regulations concerning confined animal feeding operations and building permit rules. 
  • State treasurer candidate Mike Boland was surprised by the amount of traffic he encountered Wednesday on a stop in Portland. 


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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371