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Weekend reading: The News-Sentinel's top stories from the past week

The rising waters of the St. Marys River turned the playground at Foster Park into a haven for waterfowl Monday morning. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
The rising waters of the St. Marys River turned the playground at Foster Park into a haven for waterfowl Monday morning. (Photo by Ellie Bogue of The News-Sentinel)
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A shocking win over a top-ranked opponent for the Saint Francis women's basketball team.

•Two companies have teamed up to buy the Glenbrook Commons shopping center.

•Fort Wayne Police urged caution this week after a string of armed robberies at apartment complexes.

•Pete DiPrimio provides a postmortem on the Indiana Hoosiers' 11th straight loss to Wisconsin.

•The Mad Ants franchise is experiencing something it's never had before – a winning culture.

•Reggie Hayes: The cautionary tales of Lance Armstrong and Manti Te'o should make us think twice about sports hero worship.

•Kevin Leininger looks at the legacy and impending retirement of longtime Grand Wayne Convention Center leader Bob Lister.

•Story and video: Huntington University theater students learn a lesson on the art of swordplay.

•They grew up playing backyard sports together. Now, these two best friends are both pro champions.

•Tom Davis sorts through the conflicting stories and concludes: "Manti Te'o is a liar."

•Story and video: A photo collection at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art showcases dramatic moments and images from the civil rights movement.

•Story and video: Two Decatur women have high hopes for a song they wrote to memorialize fallen troops.

•Reggie Hayes ranks the four potential Super Bowl matchups, from best to worst.

Most-read local news story

Feds blast Henry's plan to move Anthony Wayne statue

Most-read sports story

Notre Dame coach has mishandled week in every way

Most-read lifestyle and entertainment story

Restaurant news: Blue Stack Smokehouse is now open

Most-read editorial

On power and anti-Agenda 21

Our top news video of the week

•Huntington University students learn the art of swordplay:



Our top sports video of the week

•Final 30 seconds of Snider vs. Canterbury boys basketball:



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