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WBOI Weekend News Roundup 04/14/2018

Apr 13, 2018
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For this Weekend News Roundup, we will highlight the top headlines including: falling Indiana tax revenue, Mayor Tom Henry's support of the Electric Works project, a Fort Wayne federal judge appointment, a Purdue tuition freeze, and the City of Fort Wayne's call for observant volunteers. 

Then we'll dig into President Trump's tariffs and we'll wrap up with an interview on Philadelphia sports with Josiah Blodget of Neumann University. 

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Bill Scott

This past Saturday, the University of Saint Francis football team won the NAIA National Championship for the second straight year. The undefeated USF Cougars came into the game at Municipal Stadium in Daytona Beach riding a 22 game winning streak. 

After winning a national championship in December of 2016, the University of Saint Francis extended Head Coach Kevin Donley’s contract through 2021. Donley’s Cougars haven’t lost a game since.

“Winning one is quite an accomplishment. To do it back to back really kind of puts the university in an elite category.”

Lisa Ryan, WBOI News

Ivy Tech Northeast announced it’s creating a baseball team for its Fort Wayne campus. Once the team is accepted into the National Junior College Athletic Association, Ivy Tech Northeast will be a Division II school, which would be unlike any other Ivy Tech campus.

U.S. Paralympic Team Leaves Fort Wayne For Rio

Aug 29, 2016

The 2016 Paralympics start next week, and one of the teams has been training in Fort Wayne. 

State Wars Hockey

About 10,000 people from the United Kingdom, Canada and more than 30 different states are in Fort Wayne for a 12-day roller hockey tournament.

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