THIS DAY IN HISTORY: February 13 in photos

1994 - Zynette Paige,intake officer for Juvenile Probation at the Allen County Court House, looks for a file on a client. Every file holds a case on a juvenile, the room contains two rows like this.
1995 - Pog slammers, these are the heavy disks that are thrown to flip the pogs.
1995 - 20-year-old Michelle Sliger, keeps in touch with her friends who went away to college with the help of Americia Online's e-mail service.
1995 - Lincoln Life employees Teresa Reidt and Luann Boyar,right, work on schedules Monday morning. The two were dressed in period costumes marking the last day for the Lincoln Life Museum at the old site.
1995 - Civil War Roundtable member Bob Willey, center, adds his view on a bit of history during a civil war quiz at their meeting at Old Country Buffet in Southtown.
1996 - Malcolm Walker, sings a number from the upcoming production of " Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" Tuesday morning at Memorial Park Middle School.
1996 - Gov. Evan Byah watches ads for his new plan to combat teen pregnancy through abstinence during a press conference at Wayne High School Tuesday morning. The t.v. campaign is suppose to drive the message home.
1998 - Robert Connolly of the Kekionga Club says he and others will restore the historic J. Ross McCulloch house at 334 E. Berry St. The home, pictured here from behind, will become a center for meetings and receptions.
1998 - Migraines lead singer Shawn Browning, aka Eddie Migraine, blows a ball of fire (a lit stream of alcohol) as part of the band's act.
2000 - Woodlan senior Sidney Bollier, left, and Manchester junior Carrie White, right, both underwent heart surgery this summer at Parkview Hospital.
2002 - A side view of a model of what the purposed expansion of North Side High School could look like.
2002 - Nurses' Guild members Thersea Upshaw,left and Sadie Hatch join in the Sunday worship celebration while in the nurses' front pew at Dupree Memorial Church of God in Chrsit,1231 Hayden St.
2002 - Eli Samaan, director of transportation planning for Allen County, retiring.
2004 - Local artist George Trendle is skilled in the lost art of scrimshaw, but also does carvings, wood burnings and other forms of art.
2006 - Fort Wayne Police kept the scene of a bank robbery at Midwest America Federal Credit Union, by General Electric, secure Monday morning. Police were able to follow the robber's track out the front door and down the street to Broadway where the suspect got into a car. They were looking for a man in a red stocking cap in a green car.
2007 - An Amish horse seeks shelter from the wind behind a build during Tuesdays Snow Storm.
2008 - Bishop Dwenger's Pat Stone carries a No. 1 seed into the South Side Sectional in the 50 freestyle. Stone also swims the 100 freestyle and anchors the 200 and 400 free relay teams for the Saints.
2009 - Kayleen Reusser's then new book on teen country music star Taylor Swift.
2012 - Bariatric surgeon, Dr. Sloan performs a Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass surgery on Connie Slagal, 44, at Lutheran Hospital. The surgery is all done laparoscopically and takes approximately two hours. During that time, the stomach is divided and a small pouch is created sealing off the majority of the stomach. A section of the small intestine is removed, and the remaining end is connected to the new stomach pouch.

News-Sentinel.com takes a daily look back at some of the historical people and events from our archives for this day of the calendar year through the years. We hope you enjoy our gallery.

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