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Nathan Langston, left, and Leighton Langston, 4, work on digging a tunnel out of the large snow bank in the front yard of their Sinclair Street home on Sunday after up to 4 inches of new snow fell in the area as of early Sunday.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Monday, March 3

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

1. BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT FOCUSES ON THE WASH HOUSE

Local entrepreneur says good service key to staying competitive

2. SISTERS-IN-LAW CHOREOGRAPH WINNER

Area women win Fort Wayne Dance for All with line dance.

3. FAVORED BULLDOGS FACE MAJOR TEST

Greg Jones previews 10 boys basketball sectionals.

4. TEACHER HONOR ROLL/EDUCATION NOTEBOOK

Kathleen Cagle is the newest member of the Teacher Honor Roll.

5. IT'S A DOG'S LIFE ... BUT WHAT THAT MEANS IS STILL ANYONE'S GUESS

Is it a myth that dogs are ashamed?

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