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    Fort Wayne/Allen CountyCounty Night Out Thursday in GrabillThe first of three County Night Out events will be Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Grabill Park, 13131 Indiana St., Grabill.
  • SACS shows1% growth inenrollment
     The Southwest Allen County Schools district saw another predictable enrollment increase this year, adding steam to a decade-long trend upward, according to preliminary figures released Tuesday.
  • Hicksville hospital cuts formal ties to Lutheran
    Citing a need for total independence, an Ohio hospital has ended its 11-year formal affiliation with Lutheran Health Network.But it was a friendly breakup, officials said.
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5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, Dec. 5

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

1. VICTIM 'TURNED HIS LIFE AROUND'

Local business owner officially ruled 44th homicide in Allen County.

2. LANDFILL GAS TO HELP POWER GM PLANT

GM to convert landfill gas into electricity for its Allen County truck assembly plant.

3. ANOTHER ROUND OF DETOURS BEGINS

Crews continue sewer work on Main Street

4. JG REPORTER DIPS INTO FICTION

Dan Stockman uses Fort Wayne as the locale for his novel "Brood X."

5. KEEP YOUR SMALL PETS SAFE FROM OWLS

Frank Gray's column tells the story of Sammy, the Chihuahua-terrier mix, who had a tragic encounter with a great horned owl.

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