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  • New downtown RediMed opens Monday
    In July, Lutheran Health Network announced that it would be adding two new RediMed urgent care clinics. The first will open its doors to patients in downtown Fort Wayne tomorrow at 8 a.m.
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    Area citizens are invited to see the latest updates to the Riverfront Fort Wayne design concepts at one of two public input meetings. Both meetings will take place downtown at the Grand Wayne Center in Convention Hall A.
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    State and local health officials are increasing measures to protect the health of Hoosiers in the event of an Ebola case in Indiana.
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Pence: Heather Neal will be missed

Statement as issued Tuesday by Gov. Mike Pence on the resignation of Heather Neal:

"I have accepted Heather Neal's resignation as Legislative Director and wish her every success in her new endeavor. Heather has served this administration with integrity and effectiveness, and she will be missed. During the early days of our administration, Heather Neal played a pivotal role in developing and enacting policies in our Roadmap for Indiana, and her tireless efforts made a difference for families, small businesses and family farms across the Hoosier state. With her departure, she brings to a close a chapter in her distinguished career serving five statewide elected officials in various leadership capacities. Karen and I express our heartfelt appreciation to Heather Neal and her family for her hard work and sacrifices on behalf of the people of Indiana."

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