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  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Rizzo gets a scratch behind his ears from his handler, Fort Wayne Police Department Officer Mark Brown, during Friday morning’s FWPD K-9 Training Division graduation ceremony at Citizens Square. On the left are Officer Jason Furhman and Lobo.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Mayor Tom Henry joined by members of the city council and residents of the Hamilton Neighborhood Association announced the completion of 1 mile of alley reconstruction work between Third and Fourth streets.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette City Clerk Lana Keesling swears in thirteen representatives from various art institutes within the city to serve on the city's new Public Arts Commission. The commission will oversee the city's Public Art Program, which was established in March through an ordinance sponsored by city councilmen Glynn Hines, D-6th, and Tom Freistroffer, R-at large. Under the ordinance, the commission will review and select art to be displayed in public spaces.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Cougars starting quarterback Matt Crable rushes the end zone against a wave of Robert Morris defense in the first quarter of the season opener at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium on Saturday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Amelia Worthington, 15 months, concentrates as she toddles down the playground equipment at Lakeside Park Wednesday morning.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Local bartender Seth Peterson fishes for bass in a feeder canal near Hefner Soccer Fields on Wednesday.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Tim Smith, a long-time local resident of Fort Wayne and a proven business executive, launched his mayoral campaign at International Park on Tuesday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Elizabeth Fennel, 2, of Fort Wayne, stomps on the water fountain at Kreager Park Monday afternoon. The splash pads will remain open into early fall, depending upon the weather.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Baldus Company manager John Klein works three stories up on a scissor lift to paint a mural for Shindigz on the Harrison Place building on Thursday.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette An accident on Lima Road that took down a power pole caused a large power outage across the city on Tuesday.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Clockwise from bottom, Beth Collier, art teacher for the residents at Lutheran Life Villages, Betty Reinking, Bonnie Pierce and Katie Whetstone work on painting a piano Wednesday afternoon at Lutheran Life Villages. The piano is part of a project for Art this Way and will be part of the 2018 Art Crawl on Sept. 21.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Brione Morgan, of Fort Wayne, helps his daughter Delilah, 13 months, down the slide Friday afternoon at Foster Park.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Thousands of people gather downtown on Saturday for Taste of the Arts.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Cousins Annalyse Workman, 4, front, and Hannah Lambert, 4, chase a butterfly along Park Avenue Thursday morning while visiting their great-grandfather.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Fourth-grade students at Weisser Park Elementary School work on a mural Monday morning. The mural, a collaboration with local artist Jerrod Tobias and students, is a 9-week project featuring the solar system.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Enjoying a breeze in the shade, Sonja Biberstine, an Ivy Tech paralegal student, studies for her introduction to philosophy class at Lakeside Park Tuesday morning.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Fort Wayne Children's Zoo train conductor Gary Ferris transports zoo-goers on a joy ride behind Shoaff Lake on a muggy Monday afternoon.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Church volunteer Sue Foreman works in the chapel garden at Trinity English Lutheran Church on Friday afternoon.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Gasia Douglas, 18, loses her balance while paddling around the pool during the annual Cardboard Classic at Jury Park in New Haven on Tuesday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Great Lakes Capital and Bradley Company officially opened Skyline Tower at 855 Webster Street on Thursday.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Members of Fort Wayne Fire Department's Fire and Rescue Engine 14 conduct elevator operator training in a parking garage at Purdue University Fort Wayne on Wednesday.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette After looking through a telescope, 5-year-old Avyn Oliver looks high on top of the Rousseau Centre to spot a camera that the telescope is pointed at with the help of Gene Stringer of the Fort Wayne Astronomical Society during Taste of the Arts on Saturday.  

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Photos of the Week

Favorite photos of the week from The Journal Gazette staff photographers.