Steve & Susan Reddin of Yoder celebrated their 50th anniversary on November 2nd. The couple married in 1968 at the Church of God in Zanesville. Mr. Reddin is retired from Bailey Trucking and Mrs. Reddin is retired from Prentice Products. They are the parents of daughter, Lisa (John Jr.) Olry &
Recently I was traveling along a dusty road when I stopped at a place in the middle of nowhere. The road from our high school in St. Anthony to the one in Salmon where we often competed, ran through a long, barren stretch of road. The trip on a school bus was about three hours and seemed to go forever.
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With Halloween just around the corner, let’s think about some of the fun plants that can enhance this spooky season.
The flower of this plant looks very ‘pumpkin’ like as it matures and takes on the orange color in September. It makes a great dried flower. You can start
In a continued effort to empower and address the needs of crime victims impacted by violence and abuse, my Commission on Domestic Violence, Rape and Sexual Assault has launched a new website: www.endtheviolencefortwayne.org.
The website includes a “Get Help Now” button with information about what
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Joseph Henry Schuhler, 91, of Fort Wayne passed away on Monday, October 15, 2018. He was born on Sunday, November 28, 1926 in Fort Wayne. He served in the United States Army. He worked his entire life as a farmer. He was a member of St. Aloysius Catholic Church. He is survived by his sister, Betty
My first house was an old two-story farmhouse. The windows were the old double-hung wood type. And they did not keep out the cold air at all! If you have the same problem of cold drafts coming in through your windows and giving you cold feet, here’s a few tricks that I learned on how to keep your
Currently, there is a flurry of documentaries about criminal justice reform. On Hulu, v, directed by Stephen Maing, follows a group of NYPD officers who go against the department in an effort to bring down an illegal quota system that was leading to a disproportionate number of people of color facing