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Mary Moran, a registered nurse in obstetrics and labor and delivery, left, and Sue Slane, medical coder, celebrate 50 years of employment during a gathering in their honor at St. Joseph Hospital. Neither woman plans on retiring soon. The two have known each other since before they started working at St. Joseph Hospital.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Friday, Feb. 28

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

1. 'VISIONARY' LIBRARY DIRECTOR TO RETIRE SEPT. 1

Jeff Krull, Allen County Public Library director, is retiring.

If you would like to see a photo gallery of the Allen County Public Library through the years, CLICK HERE.

2. 16-YEAR-OLD GETS 25 YEARS FOR ROBBERY

Victim shot, paralyzed during act

3. BULLDOG STEPS UP BIG TIME

Senior Hogue scores 8 points in 4th quarter

If you would like to see the photo gallery from the game, CLICK HERE.

4. LIKELY SUSPECT IN ROBBERY, STANDOFF ID'D

19-year-old killed self in apartment

5. KEIARA CARR PREVIEWS UPCOMING THEATER EVENTS

"Moulin Rouge – The Ballet," "Exiles" and "Whose Shakespeare is it, Anyway" are previewed today.

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