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Kayla Bailey, 4, gets her binoculars ready Wednesday at Eagle Marsh. Children learned how birds and animals survive in winter through the Short Hikes for Short Legs program.

5 stories of interest to Fort Wayne area readers – Thursday, Jan. 16

Samuel Hoffman| The Journal Gazette
A trench carved through concrete meets a gaping maw Wednesday on Main Street as sewer construction continues between Ewing and Harrison streets.

Here are a few of the local stories that will be talked about today.

1. DIOCESAN PRIEST, 77, REMOVED

Abuse claim against city native comes to light 44 years later

2. EARLY FILING THWARTS CHANCES OF ID THEFT

Frank Gray comments on preventing tax returns fraud.

3. LUXURY RENTALS SET OFF DIEBOLD

155-unit community to be enhanced by memory care center

4. CHAMPIONSHIP HAS FAMILIAR LOOK

Garrett, Leo girls faced each other for title 4 times in 6 years

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5. PARKVIEW FIELD TO HOST HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL SERIES

Event will give area players the full professional treatment

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