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Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Cooperation pays huge dividends
It may be impossible to overstate the importance of the grant awarded last week to the Jay-Blackford Manufacturing Council.
More guns, to what end?
To the editor: This is in response to Steve Erwin’s Oct. 20 letter to the editor in which he indicates that Hillary Clinton and Evan Bayh are anti-gun.
A dictionary may be helpful
Sometimes in politics, it’s helpful to have a dictionary around.
Historical Society says thank you for support
To the editor: The Jay County Historical Society is proud of the progress made this year and wishes to thank the community for its support.
Solve problem by syncing the lights
To the editor: In the past few weeks, several letters to the editor and editorials have appeared in The Commercial Review concerning traffic on U.S. 27 (Meridian Street) in downtown Portland.
How can we best handle judges?
When it comes to judicial selection, my home state of Missouri was a place of ingenuity.
Change would help accountability
In 1812, Massachusetts Gov. Elridge Gerry approved revised state districts to help his party, the Democratic-Republicans, in their upcoming election against their rivals, the Federalists.
Clinton, Bayh are anti-gun
To the editor: In the 1990s, the Clinton administration was on record that there is no individual right to keep and bear arms.
Car becomes time machine
Sometimes the family car can turn into a time machine.
Mumbower says thank you for inaugural event
To the editor:
On Saturday, Oct. 8, the inaugural Dunkirk Police Department/Dunkirk Neighborhood Crime Watch crime awareness event took place at Dunkirk City Park.
Thank you for help with event
To the editor: The Pregnancy Care Center of Jay County had a wonderful autumn event, which was held at the beautiful Lions Civic Center in Portland.
Jay library is a community success
Has it really been 20 years?
Early voting offers options
It was like Christmas morning when it came in the mail. For a political nerd like myself, receiving an absentee ballot provides a sense of giddy.
We can create our own bike share
Does the benefit justify the cost?
Liquor law says a lot about loyalty
If you like to have the occasional alcoholic beverage, I’m sure the following has happened to you.
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