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  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Indiana Tech forward Isis Parker scores over Siena Heights defenders while driving to the basket in the second quarter at the Schaefer Center on Wednesday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Carl Dalrymple, a student at Ivy Tech, works on a bread recipe Friday morning. The students competed in the 22nd annual European Competition. Eight winning hospitality administration students will have the opportunity to travel to France this spring to study the culinary arts. Four additional student winners will have the opportunity to study culinary arts in Vermont.

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Mad Ants' Stephan Hicks jumps up to shoot the ball as Stockton Kings' Daniel Ochefu tries to block his shot during the second quarter at the Coliseum on Monday.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Robert Wagner takes advantage of a day off work and mows the grass to help with leaf pickup in front of his Old Mill Road home Monday morning.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Construction crews work high above West Columbia Street on Friday using an aerial work platform.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Anthis Career Center auto students, from left, Nolan McKuras, Enrique Trujillo, Jacob Maggart, Keagan Snaufer and Jose Cortz take part in an internship “Signing Day” event at Kelly Auto Tuesday afternoon.

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Cooper Rice, 9, practices on his skateboard on the sidewalk at Shoaff Park during a sunny winter day Friday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Students at Concordia Lutheran High School receive cold weather training on Friday from JROTC instructor retired army Sergeant First Class Al Conrad, right. Katelyn Hickle, left, demonstrates how to properly layer clothing for the cold before her and her classmates attend the 46th annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., next Friday.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Purdue Fort Wayne guard Dee Montgomery scores over Oral Roberts guard Carlos Jurgens while driving to the basket in the first half at Memorial Coliseum on Thursday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Fort Wayne firefighters work on putting out hot spots at the U-Store Self Storage on Tillman Road after a fire Wednesday morning.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Guests look at a large map of the riverfront development during a Riverfront Fort Wayne Public Input Meeting at the Grand Wayne Center on Thursday.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Jordan Breiner, general manager at Steele Dynamics, takes a trial run down slide on the new playground equipment that was installed at Eel River. The equipment is a combination of the efforts of the PTO, SDI and Innovative Skilled Trades. The school recognized the donations at a school assembly Friday morning.

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Moira Colglazier, 4, breaks pond ice using a stick at Shoaff Park on Friday while attending Hike it Baby, a local chapter that encourages toddlers to play outside.  

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Avery Lothamer, 4, plays in the snow around the Lakeside Park playground on Thursday morning.  

  • Mike Moore | The Journal Gazette Tom Bennett feeds the fish on Thursday at the main branch of the Allen County Public Library as children watch through the glass.  

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Hazel Pepple, 1, of Auburn, hangs her pinecone bird feeder on a tree outside the Metea Nature Center after the Mini-Naturalist program Wednesday morning. The program is held monthly, with dates and details on their website.

  • Rachel Von | The Journal Gazette Ken Ramsey, seasonal employee with Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation, works on the details cleaning up dust around the upcoming “Hundred Acre Wood” Winter Exhibit at the Botanical Conservatory on Tuesday. The exhibit opens Saturday and features the enchanting world of Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends. You’ll find Eeyore, Rabbit, Piglet and Pooh Bear have made their homes quite comfortably in the Botanical Conservatory’s Showcase Garden. You can relive or be introduced to the imaginative stories of A.A. Milne from his books Winnie-the-Pooh and The House at Pooh Corner as you play in the Botanical Conservatory's version of the Hundred Acre Wood.

  • Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette Gavin Pelkington, of Pelkington and Sons, clears the sidewalks at Northbrook Village shopping center Wednesday morning.

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Photos of the Week

Photos by Staff Photographers of the Journal Gazette in the week ending on Friday