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Schools

  • ‘Great day’ for Indiana Tech
    Indiana Tech President Arthur Snyder might be forgiven if he’s lost count of all the new buildings that have risen in the past few years on the university’s Fort Wayne campus at 1600 E. Washington Blvd.
  • IU, Purdue execs to begin meeting on IPFW’s future
    Indiana University and Purdue University have agreed to begin meeting to discuss options for the future management of IPFW, which currently is managed by Purdue.
  • Marching bands
    Northrop, East Noble, Bishop Dwenger, Concordia, Adams Central and Heritage took home honors Saturday following a high school marching band contest at DeKalb High School.
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TOP STUDENTS

Sarah Aurand, daughter of Guy Aurand and Cheryl Howell. Plans to attend Miami University and study psychology.

Alexander Bair, son of Phillip and Shelly Bair. Plans to attend Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and study chemical engineering.

Melissa Bono, daughter of Jim and Denise Bono. Plans to attend the University of Findlay and study pharmacy.

Sydney Collins, daughter of Jim and Marcy Collins. Plans to attend Baldwin Wallace University and study business.

Joey Hurless, son of Mark and Cindy Hurless. Plans to attend Ohio Northern University and study pharmaceutical business.

Caleb Markward, son of Kenneth and Marie Markward. Plans to attend Ohio State University and study economics.

Daniel Thompson, son of Randy and Kelli Thompson. Plans to attend Miami University and study architecture.

Andrew Todd, son of Michael and Lorali Todd. Plans to attend the University of Cincinnati and study civil engineering.

Scott Turner, son of Glenn and Chrisanne Turner. Plans to attend Ohio State University and study music education.

Nik Wolford, son of Bryan Wolford and Shannon Stegaman. Plans to attend the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.

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