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Those wishing to vote in the May 5 primary have until the close of business on Monday, April 6, to register to vote or submit any changes to their voter registration records. The Allen County Voter Registration office is located at One E.
Allen County residents who want the county Highway Department to apply dust-control material to their stone and gravel roads this spring will be able to sign up beginning April 1.      More..
Author and Heritage Foundation fellow Ryan T. Anderson, left, and Concordia Theological Seminary Professor Rev. Dr. Peter Scaer address about 50 supporters of traditional marriage Friday at a luncheon at Emmanuel  Lutheran Church sponsored by Shepherds United. (News-Sentinel photo by Kevin Leininger)
Now that those backward fools in Indiana have passed a law that could make it harder to buy wedding cakes just so bigots don't have to violate their fundamental religious beliefs, a lot of people who normally preen over their commitment to diversity and...      More..
NAACP President Larry Gist speaks Friday afternoon as community leaders gather together to offer solutions to the rash of violence that has left three people dead within the last week. Left to right: Ted Okendu, Jermaine Jackson, Christopher Woods, Leroy Jackson, Iric Headley, Tim Grant, Jonathan Ray and Derek Reeves.
Photo by Sheryl Krieg
To curtail the violence in Fort Wayne's neighborhoods, representatives from the Fort Wayne/Allen County NAACP gathered Friday afternoon with about 15 community leaders to declare a "cease-fire," and offer alternatives for troubled youth who often are...      More..
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