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Members of the Jioke Riders perform for students Thursday at the opening show of the 68th annual Mizpah Shrine Circus at the Coliseum. The circus will continue through Sunday. For tickets, go to MizpahShrineCircus. com.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Friday, Jan. 24

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

1. LIBRARY APP HAS EXCEEDED EXPECTATIONS

Allen County Public Library app for smart phone downloaded 17,000 times.

2. KEIARA CARR PREVIEWS LOCAL EVENTS

Read about the upcoming comedy show where the comedian doesn't utter a word and learn what's going to happen at the downtown Winterval event.

3. FLU SEASON HITTING UNLIKELY TARGETS

Learn if you are a member of this group of unlikely targets.

4. EAST NOBLE SENIORS PROVE DUAL THREATS ON BASKETBALL COURT

Greg Jones profiles East Noble's Kavan Edwards and Kourtney Edwards.

5. I&M OFFICIALS WARN OF EMAIL SCAM

Read about the latest email scam you could encounter.

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