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Samuel Hoffman - The Journal Gazette
Don't toss those old boots - recondition them. Chuck Bolinger of Chuck Foot Support points out a reconditioned suede boot, with a salt-stained mate at right.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Monday, Feb. 24

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

1.LAWMAKERS MULLING MOPEDS

Bill to regulate them, scooters moving on to state Senate

2.WORK BEGINS ON JEFFERSON ROAD REPAIRS

Repairs begun on West Jefferson Blvd. between Lindenwood Ave. and West Main St.

3.NORTH SIDE'S OPPONENT IN THE FIRST GAME OF 4A SECTIONAL ANNOUNCED

North Side will play the Snider Panthers for 3rd time this season.

4.EDUCATION NOTEBOOK

Target's gift a boost to school library

5.BREATHING NEW LIFE INTO BOOTS

Instead of tossing your old boots, here are some ways to recondition them.

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