A local celebrity, Isabel “Lefty” Alvarez, born in Havana, Cuba has been a Waynedale resident for as long as most people can remember. When she was 16, Isabel was the youngest Latina player to join the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League (AAGPBL). The women’s circuit born during
How long do you keep missing your father? Our Heavenly Father took my Dad to heaven 39 years ago, yet there is not a day that I don’t think of him.
I can still see him coming down the hill from the Ball Diamond carrying a bouquet of wild flowers that he had picked as he walked along. The flowers
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It’s summer time, and one of the best ways to get around the community is to use the new trails along Bluffton Road. This addition to the community’s infrastructure provides accessibility and promotes a healthy lifestyle. However, Waynedale still has a learning curve to overcome regarding safety
Well the summer season is in full swing now. School is out, Germanfest is over, and soon the fireworks will begin for the Fourth of July and the Three Rivers Festival. As we do every year, the Wayne Township Trustee Office started our summer event season by participating in the Waynedale Memorial
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MAURICE (MAURY) J. WYSS, 83, passed away April 30th at the Cedars Retirement Home in Leo, IN. Born at home and raised on a dairy farm near Monroeville, IN, he was the 6th of 13 children by Albert and Monica (Harkenrider) Wyss. He learned his 3 R’s, reading, ‘riting and ‘rithmetic, at St. Rose
May is Better Hearing Month and a good time to take inventory of your hearing health.
For the majority of people, hearing loss happens slowly over an extended period of time, sometimes 20 to 30 years. This loss is usually due to exposure to noise that is repetitive in nature and many times associated
Happy 4th of July! It’s that time once again to celebrate our nation’s Declaration of Independence with family and friends and for many of us a day off.
I remember the 1976 Bicentennial. It was the summer before I turned twenty. I was attending IPFW and living with an elderly woman on W. Wildwood