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  • Late-year risk jumps for drivers and deer
    If you live in Indiana, you're 21 percent more likely to slam your car or truck into a deer during the next 12 months than you were during the entire previous year.
  • Helping feed hungry kids
  • 911 center allowed budget boost
    The Allen County Council granted a request Thursday from the Fort Wayne-Allen County 911 call center for nearly $300,000 while denying a smaller request from the Soil and Water Conservation District.
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Chad Ryan - The Journal Gazette
Zach Firestone works a little cross-country skiing into his routine Thursday along the St. Marys River in Foster Park. Wednesday's snowfall probably won't last long: Today's forecast calls for a high near 50.

5 things of interest to area readers - Friday, March 14

Samuel Hoffman - The Journal Gazette
Fiber artist Amy Gunderson demonstrates the nuno felting process of fusing wool into silk Thursday at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. Gunderson's demonstration was part of the "2nd Thursday in the Paradigm Gallery" programs where patrons can watch artists work.

A look at some things Fort Wayne area readers will want to know.

LOCAL STORIES YOU'LL WANT TO READ

FRIDAY'S WEATHER - Mostly sunny and breezy. High near 50. For more details, click here.

LOCAL SPORTS

  • Saint Francis men lose in opening round of the NAIA Division II national championship tournament game. Click here to read game story.
  • Huntington University women win their NAIA Division II national championship tournament game. Click here to read game story.
  • Mad Ants defeat Eric 104-92. Click here to read game story.
FYI

  • Housing voucher deadline is today. Click here for details.
  • There are no school delays.
THINGS TO DO

The JG Out & About page is filled with activities and events for everyone. Click here.

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