Is there a bug going around the office that you want to avoid catching? Does that headache or cough keep coming back? There are numerous alternatives that can be found at your local health food or vitamin
Jupiter, Saturn and Mars Span January Evenings
Three planets are currently above the horizon in the early evening sky about an hour after sunset. Jupiter, Saturn and Mars span the sky for the remainder
GUEST EDITORIAL-This is an editorial written by an American citizen, published in a local newspaper in another town, and sent to us by a relative. I concur with it and I think you will also.
Oooooohhhhh I just have to tell you where we went to eat the other night. I was so excited – until we got there and had to wait in line for thirty minutes, in a crowded space, while carrying around
BOY SCOUT TACO SOUP
1 lb. Hamburger (brown and drain)
1 pkg. Taco seasoning
1 pkg. Ranch dressing
2 cans Pinto beans with liquid
1 can Ro-Tel Tomatoes
1 can Hominy with liquid
2 1/2 cups water
Tickets for the rousing Rodger’s and Hammerstein musical OKLAHOMA went on sale January 14. General admission tickets are $14 for adults; $12 for senior and $7 for
LET US PRAY
In the Circle of Life, there are many paths, like spokes in a covered wagon wheel of the Old West and in a modern bicycle of the new Millenium. All paths lead to the center hub. In it
“IT IS MY FAULT”
With the passing of my father, Jack Troxell, it has been my responsibility to clear out and sort through the personal possessions of his estate. It has been a labor
I used to listen to my grandmother say, “where does the time go?” Well, back then it didn’t mean a thing to me, for I was young with my whole life ahead of me. Now,
BISHOP LUERS HIGH SCHOOL
BLHS CHEERLEADING COMPETITON
BLHS will host its 4th Annual National Cheerleading Association Regional on February 9th. Doors open at 7am with registration until 9am. The
Old-Time Baseball Player Charlie Koons Dies
The Fort Wayne Old-Timer’s Baseball Association lost its oldest member January 1, 2002 when Charlie Koons passed away. Known by many baseball players
ECHO FROM ETERNITY
Vince Foster served as deputy counsel to President Bill Clinton until the night of July 20, 1993, when he allegedly committed suicide in a Washington, D.C. park.
Wow, here it is Playfair Amusements fall pool league winners, runner ups and individual accomplishments.
*SUNDAY LEAGUE 1st David Goodman, Roger Sipes, Mark Zahm, Carl D Agostino, Wally Walburn, Geno
The New iMac from Apple Computer.
In the difficult and dark times of the digital information age comes a spark of hope and glory that the industry has needed since the introduction of Microsoft Windows
Sarah Wladecki, a student at Bishop Luers High School, will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to attend the Presidential Classroom Scholars Program on February 2 to February 9, 2002.
Sarah will be joining
We enjoy the Waynedale News immensely. Hope you always keep it a “hometown” paper. Alvin & Marilyn Hutchins-Muldoon Rd.
Enjoy paper and really enjoyed latest article on Wiley. (God
Caylor-Nickel Clinic, P.C. is pleased to welcome James R. Stone, M.D., general/vascular/thoracic surgeon to their staff. He joins George Babcock, M.D., Claire Scheele, M.D., and Marika Krech, PA-C,
Larry D. McGinnis, 67, died Sunday, January 13 at Lutheran Hospital. A native of Glenwhite, West Virginia, he worked at International Paper (Wabash Fiber Box) for 27 years and was treasurer of Pace
Richard W. Crow, 68, died Thursday, January 10, in Parkview Hospital. A native of Weaver, Alabama, he retired from the Air Force in 1969 and then retired from Raytheon Industries after 13 years as
Margaret G. Wilson, 97, died Friday, January 11. A native of Washington County, Ohio, she worked in the business office of St. Mary’s hospital in Decatur, Illinois. She retired in 1980. She
Earl Dewayne Baker, Sr., 68, died Wednesday, January 9 at his Fort Wayne residence. A native of Fort Wayne, he was owner and operator of Baker Trenching and Excavating and he was also owner/operator
Doris E. Springer, 65, died Tuesday, January 1 at Ossian Health Care in Ossian, Indiana. A native of Maples, Indiana, she was employed at Lincoln Life for 20 years. She retired in 1991. She also
Rosalie Hulda Lockwood, 63, died Friday, January 4, at Hospice Home of NE Indiana. She was a computer operator for Wayne Home Equipment-Burner Division and also a cashier at Target. She was a member
Marylin Wright, 66, died Sunday, January 6, at Parkview Hospital. A native of Ligonier, Indiana, she was a receptionist at F.O.E. #248 for 13 years. She retired in 2000. She was a member of American
Theodore G. “Ted” Robinson, 72, died Saturday, January 5 at Hospice Home of NE Indiana. A native of Cook County, Illinois, he was a retired self employed painter. He was a member of Waynedale