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In a coordinated effort to keep the conversation going and maintain momentum, students around the country organized another event to combat gun violence. Allen County’s was organized by Woodlan High School student Emily Farler.

The 16-year-old sophomore worries not just about gun violence and its impact, but also about the damage done by the divisions in our culture.



In honor of Earth Day, the Allen County Department of Environmental Management is launching an ambitious campaign at Eagle Marsh this Sunday, called "Reduce Your Use: Plastic Straws."

Rebecca Green

“Tim, what are your chances of being bitten while you are actually diving in the shark exhibit?”

Ben Clemmer

The League for the Blind and Disabled partnered with the University of Saint Francis for an art exhibit that opened last week. The show called “Sensing Beauty: A Multi-Sensory Art Experience” lives up to its name.

Kristin Miller, assistant professor of public relations, helped build the partnership between the university and the League for the Blind and Disabled.

“They needed a friend-raiser, an opportunity for their donors and their consumers to interact in some way.”

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Saturday is Record Store Day, and here in Fort Wayne, that means Wooden Nickel Records and Neat! Neat! Neat! Records and Music employees are working overtime to get everything in order, on the shelves and ready for the fun.