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  • TRAIN exhibit displays models
    Brice, 5, and his sister, Stella, 3, perched on Blaine Ryan's knees and eagerly helped “conduct” two trains moving in opposite directions through the hallways and rooms of the History Center on Sunday.
  • Hadley Road to close at tracks
    A section of Hadley Road will close for a week between Indiana 14 and Bass Road for railroad track work.
  • Wallen Road work continues
    Work on Wallen Road is scheduled to end about 4 p.m. Tuesday between Fritz and Huguenard roads.
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Will Minich, 3, enjoys the view from the cab of a Caterpillar trencher Thursday as he and his dad, Luke Minich, check out the Farm Show at the Coliseum. The Minichs are farmers from LaPorte.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Friday, Jan. 17

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A car sits in the median after sliding off Interstate 69 just south of Exit 309 (US 30 West/US 33 North) on Thursday after snow began to make for slick driving conditions.

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

1. BUSINESSMAN DONALD R. WILLIS HIT WITH SELL-HOME ORDER

Foreclosure paperwork filed against home at 1830 Forest Park Blvd.

2. DIVING INTO RECORD BOOKS

Homestead diver Kevin Frebel dives his way into record books.

3. KEIARA CARR PREVIEWS LOCAL ACTIVITIES

Read about the University of Saint Francis "New Media Exploration" exhibit and the Janis Joplin Tribute - "Buried Alive in the Blues."

4. SON-IN-LAW CHARGED IN AUGUST HOMICIDE

Suspect in death of woman, 59, at large

5. 1 KILLED ON SLICK ROAD

Rigs jackknife on I-69

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