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  • Free shredding of documents set
    The Better Business Bureau of Northern Indiana, the Indiana State Police and U.S. Postal Service have partnered to host Shred Day from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. Nov. 1.
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    City part of VA outreach program The Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs will conduct community outreach programs in eight cities, including Fort Wayne.
  • New trees, lamps to line Fairfield
    The Packard Area Planning Alliance on Thursday will celebrate the planting of 92 trees that will form a corridor from downtown to south Fort Wayne.
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Athletics for All

New federal directive states that schools must make "reasonable modifications" for students with disabilities or create parallel athletic programs that have comparable standing as mainstream programs.Michael Frogley Illinois head coach men's wheelchair basketball and team members of the AdapoDons talk about what this means for students during the IPFW Adapodons baskeball game against Illinois.

Good till the last shot

Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
AdapoDons’ Tim Leonard takes a shot while Illinois’ Olivia Morrison defends during the last game of the wheelchair basketball season Sunday at IPFW.

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