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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.
  • Trust sees more land buys for The Landing
    Red Rok might become a building block.The downtown barbecue restaurant leases the first floor of 123 W. Columbia St., a building bought for $900,000 last week by the Downtown Development Trust.
  • 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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Fort Wayne region in the know, Saturday, March 15

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  1. Biomet expansion means 150 new jobs.
  2. TechFest author tells teens: Risk failure, live your dream .
  3. Did springing back break your clock? It’s more common than you think.
  4. Ex-pastor sentenced to 40 years, accused of molesting foster child.
  5. State leaders -- both Republicans and Democrats -- proclaim victories as session ends.

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