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Tuesday, August 04, 2015
  • Budget sparks talk of cuts
    Jay School Board gave its approval to advertise the 2016 budget. But with the process came warnings that enrollment, and therefore revenue, is expected to continue dropping and some difficult decisions must be made.
  • Cleaning contaminants
    An employee from Connerstone Enterprises, Montpelier, operates a backhoe  Monday afternoon to clear cement from the parking lot of the former Shell gas station at the corner of Meridian and Votaw streets in Portland. Ron Freeman, president of Jay Petroleum, said the site is being cleaned for residual contamination at the request of the Indiana Department of Environmental Management. (The Commercial Review/Chris Schanz)
  • Council will be asked for $$
    Jay County students with 529 college savings accounts could gain another $50 in those accounts.
  • Airport seeks trailer variance
    The Lutheran Air helicopter will be stationed in Portland beginning Sept. 1, but the accommodations for its crew will be different than planned.
    
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  • Budget sparks talk of cuts
    Jay School Board gave its approval to advertise the 2016 budget. But with the process came warnings that enrollment, and therefore revenue, is expected to continue dropping and some difficult decisions must be made. 
  • Council will be asked for $$
    Jay County students with 529 college savings accounts could gain another $50 in those accounts. 
  • Airport seeks trailer variance
    The Lutheran Air helicopter will be stationed in Portland beginning Sept. 1, but the accommodations for its crew will be different than planned. 
  • There will be a few more roads closing in Portland in the near future. 
  • Residents working on new memorial
    Fort Recovery Village Council heard a proposal Monday night for a veterans memorial in Monument Park. 
  • Golfers positive despite losses
    Jay County High School’s girls golf team opens its season Wednesday having lost three of its top five players from last year. 
  • Jay County High School has its new boys basketball coach. 
  • I want to play. 
  • Season ends for Rockets
    KANKAKEE, Ill. — The Portland Rockets’ season has come to an end. 
  • Rockets KO the Muskies
    KANKAKEE, Ill. — The Rockets weren’t quite ready to let their season end. Even the defending champions couldn’t send them home.
    Portland scored three times in the first inning of its National Amateur Baseball Federation regional tournament elimination game Friday and knocked out the 2014 champion Beecher Muskies 4-2. 
ACAC football media day - 7/31/2015
Jay County High School football coach Tim Millspaugh and JCHS senior Mario Rodriguez talk about the upcoming season during the Allen County Athletic Conference football media day July 31, 2015, at North Side High School in Fort Wayne.
ACAC football media day - 7/31/2015
Jay County High School football coach Tim Millspaugh and JCHS senior Mario Rodriguez talk about the upcoming season during the Allen County Athletic Conference football media day July 31, 2015, at North Side High School in Fort Wayne.
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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
P.O. Box 1049 Portland, IN 47371