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Craig Klugman and Richard Inskeep with his First Freedom Award presented by the Hoosier State Press Association in Indianapolis in 1996.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, Jan. 9

Here are a few of the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. LONGTIME JG PUBLISHER RICHARD G. INSKEEP DIES

His efforts kept Fort Wayne a two-paper town.

Click here to view the "RICHARD INSKEEP IN MEMORIAM" photo gallery.

2. SNOW-FILLED SIDEWALKS SHAME OF CITY

Frank Gray comments on unsafe city sidewalks.

Click here to view the "WEDNESDAY SNOW SCENES" photo gallery.

3. CUSTOMIZING A PASSION

Local bike builder's work recently seen in Easyriders magazine

4. VOMITING TODDLER WAS DRUNK

Tests find infant, 2, heavily intoxicated on hospital arrival

5. IPFW PROFESSOR NAMED STATE POET LAUREATE

IPFW English professor George Kalamaras has been selected as the fourth Indiana state poet laureate.

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