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Owner Tony Henry throws out candy, gifts and bead necklaces as King Rex while Cajun Skip and the Zydeco Troup Band play during the Deer Park Pub's 15th annual Mardi Gras party on Tuesday.

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

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North Side's Mike Davis blocks the shot of Snider's Devlyn Williams in the third quarter of the Redskins' victory Tuesday at East Noble. North Side won the game 58-46 and will face the host Knights on Friday night in the sectional semifinals.

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

1. GED STUDIES HELP LOCAL WOMAN'S EDUCATION DREAM COME TRUE

Brieanna Strebig, diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of 2, will speak tonight at the Adult Continuing Education Department's commencement.

2. WEDNESDAY IS FOOD DAY IN THE JG LIVING SECTION

Read the latest restaurant news and area food events in THE DISH and cook interviews and recipes in COOK'S CORNER.

3. PAST HAS SCHROCK READY TO LEAD PUSH

Justin Cohn writes how Lincoln Kaleigh Schrock, Komets' captain, is ready to lead the Komets as they try to make the playoffs.

4. FATHER JAILED IN ATTACK ON BABY BOY

Felony charge filed in skull-fracture case

5. ST. JOSEPH CASTS LIGHT ON HOSPITAL RENOVATION

St. Joseph Hospital is in a three-phase renovation project.

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