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  • A unified front
    There is no easy fix to the drug abuse epidemic. But a unified community response is what it will take to roll back the debilitating influence addiction has in Jay County.
  • Helping hands
    Local chapters are continuing their celebrations of National FFA?Week. Above, Fort Recovery preschool aide Barb Alig helps student Bentley Wisener hold a baby chick Thursday at Fort Recovery FFA's petting zoo. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
  • JCHS graduate restarts program
    Blackford County Schools have an agriculture program for the first time since the 1980s. And a Jay County High School graduate is heading the new program.
  • Spring-like swing
    With another day of unseasonably warm weather, the playground at Hudson Family Park was a busy place Wednesday afternoon. Pictured, 7-month-old Jansen Robinette gets a push in a swing from his 8-year-old sister Sadie. (The Commercial Review/Ray Cooney)
    
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Gov 2017

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb visited Jay County last week. What issues would you most like to see him address in his first year?


 

  • A unified front
    There is no easy fix to the drug abuse epidemic. But a unified community response is what it will take to roll back the debilitating influence addiction has in Jay County.
  • JCHS graduate restarts program
    Blackford County Schools have an agriculture program for the first time since the 1980s. And a Jay County High School graduate is heading the new program.
  • Beumer's drug bill passes
    INDIANAPOLIS — A bill focused on prevention of cheating on drug tests moved forward Wednesday.
  • Two drug dealers sentenced
    Two local men were sentenced recently in Jay Circuit Court on drug dealing charges.
  • Hospital freezes pension plan
    With financial difficulties continuing to loom large over Jay County Hospital, its board took a step Wednesday to cut costs.
  • Browns celebrate 60th
    Dunkirk residents Bob and Sheila Brown are celebrating their 60th anniversary today.
  • Chittum, Miskinis to wed
    Jessica Chittum and Ryan Miskinis are planning a June 24 wedding.
  • The 16th Annual Spring Great Lakes Native American Cultural Arts Classes will be held on April 1 and 2 in the Women’s Building at Jay County Fairgrounds.
  • Fort Recovery Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Citizen of the Year & Hall of Fame Banquet on March 12 in the Fort Recovery Middle School Auditeria.
  • Area students graduated from Ball State University in December of 2016.
Third House Session
State Sen. Travis Holdman (R-Markle) and Rep. Greg Beumer (R-Modoc) speak held a Third House Session on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017, in Portland.
Brassissimo! at Arts Place
Brassissimo! trumpet ensemble plays a medley of "Hark! The Hearald Angels Sing!" and "Deck the Halls" on Dec. 7, 2016, during the MusicWorks Holiday Ensemble Concert at Arts Place.

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The Commercial Review, Jay County's Daily Newspaper
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