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  • Allen judges withdraw budget appeal
    Allen Superior Court has withdrawn its budget appeal for 2015, accepting a $5.54 million budget unchanged from this year, Chief Judge Wendy Davis said today.
  • With county funds short, group cancels request for more
    The presiding judge at the Allen County Juvenile Center has withdrawn an appeal for $96,000 for next year's county budget after finding out last week there is no general fund money left for appeals.
  • Raising awareness for referendum
    Officials kicked off a public awareness campaign on the Courthouse Green on Tuesday on a November voter referendum to change the county’s model of government.
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5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Tuesday, Nov. 19

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

1. THE QUIET REVOLUTION

Allen County Public Library moves past concept of silent 'book warehouse'

2. PREP FOOTBALL PEAK PERFORMERS OF THE WEEK

The wait is over. Here are the Prep Football Peak Performers of the Week winners.

3. BAE MOVE TO SHIELD 1,100 CITY JOBS

Local, state incentives aid $39 million plant

4. BILLS NONSTOP IN DEBT SCAM

Frank Gray advises residents to hang up on bogus bill collectors.

5. HUNTINGTON EGG BIZ HATCHES

Echo Lake to supply 2 breakfast food factories it owns

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