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  • New downtown RediMed opens Monday
    In July, Lutheran Health Network announced that it would be adding two new RediMed urgent care clinics. The first will open its doors to patients in downtown Fort Wayne tomorrow at 8 a.m.
  • Riverfront design public meetings set
    Area citizens are invited to see the latest updates to the Riverfront Fort Wayne design concepts at one of two public input meetings. Both meetings will take place downtown at the Grand Wayne Center in Convention Hall A.
  • State ramps up Ebola response efforts
    State and local health officials are increasing measures to protect the health of Hoosiers in the event of an Ebola case in Indiana.
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A women dressed as the Hindu Goddess Kali participates in a procession on the eve of the Shivratri festival, in Jammu, India, on Wednesday. Shivratri, a festival dedicated to the worship of Hindu God Shiva, was marked across the country Thursday.

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Homestead diver Kevin Frebel twists in the air as he completes a dive in the South Side swimming and diving sectional championship on Saturday.

Got a little time Sundays to read the story behind the story? How about a video that will have you in tears of laughter? I spend a couple of hours on Saturdays looking for stories and items worth sharing.

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Campus calamities

  • The dark power of fraternities If you are a parent with a child considering the Greek life, this story is worth your time. Fraternities that are perfectly sane choices at one campus might be a disaster in the making at others. -- Story in The Atlantic by Caitlin Flanagan, author of Girl Land (2012) and To Hell With All That (2006). Shared by Faith Van Gilder
Bringing back the dead

  • The Mammoth Cometh "Bringing extinct animals back to life is really happening – and it's going to be very, very cool. Unless it ends up being very, very bad." By Nathaniel Rich, The New York Times magazine.
Semper fi to fashion

  • Hello to arms "There were grumbles in 2009 when the U.S. Marine Corps ordered troops to keep their hands out of their pockets except to quickly 'retrieve something.' But when the Corps' commandant later decreed that Marines had to stop rolling up their sleeves, the leathernecks went into action." By Ben Kesling at The Wall Street Journal.
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