They walked in tandem, each of the ninety-three students filing into the already crowded auditorium. With rich maroon gowns flowing and the traditional caps, they looked almost as grown up as they
I recently had the pleasure of speaking before the Skyline Seniors who meet once a month at the Skyline Community Church on Winchester Road. I was asked for my recipe and instructions for preparing
Jupiter and Saturn Meet in the Western Sky
Perhaps you’ve noticed those “two bright stars” shining in the western sky after dusk. Saturn is the brighter of the two and the brightest
90 Year young Marguerite Bashop celebrated her birthday on May 5th at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Powell on Winchester Road. Over sixty of her off-springs (spouses and families) enjoyed the
I read this recently in THE COURIER, the official messenger of the Anthony Wayne Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America
BOY SCOUT LICENSE PLATE INFORMATION FOR 2002
“January 1, 2002 represents
WANTED: FUNDRAISER ITEMS
Who: INDIANA CONSERVATION OFFICERS ORGANIZATION (IC00)
What: Donated Auction Items to benefit Indiana Conservation Officers
NEW PROPANE SAFETY DEVICE ON THE MENU FOR THIS SUMMER’S COOKOUT SEASON
Yes, the rumor is true; effective April 1st, propane tanks without an Overfill Prevention Device (OPD), cannot be filled,
TAYLOR UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE CAMPUS
TUFWC AND INDIANA READING CORPS HOST SUMMER WRITING WORKSHOP
TUFWC and IRC will hold Summer Writing Workshop, Mondays-Thursdays, June 3-13, from 9am to 11am in Founders
Hello Pool Players this issue is a tribute to Dave Hancock. What a champion! I will always remember that team: Weldon Rogers, Mitch Bedree, Art Riveria, Danny Briggs, Otis Saylor and Captain Dave Hancock.
Some investors have one eye on the news of the day to see how it may affect their stocks, bonds and other holdings. And many events do influence the performance of investments — in the short term.
Dear Dr. Reichwage;
I’m 47 years old and put off going to the dentist. I had a bad childhood experience, so I always wait until I HAVE to go. I want to overcome this. Is there help for me? Jim
It’s time to clean up your computer. The keys are starting to stick, the fan sounds like a broken air conditioner. And it seems as slow as your last computer.
Start with keeping
FORT WAYNE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME BANQUET
On Friday, May 24th at the Indiana Tech Cafeteria, the Fort Wayne OldTimers Baseball Association held their annual Hall of Fame banquet.
Three former Fort Wayne
A spectacular release of eleven doves will begin this year’s Military Ceremony at Prairie Grove Cemetery on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27th following the parade in Waynedale.
The ceremonial “white
Girls hopping along, singing: don’t step on a crack or you’ll break your mothers back! Girls playing in snow: fox and geese. Climbing trees, apple fights without physical contact. Hanging
As many who read this column are aware, there are many businesses in the “Waynedale News” area that are very important to local residents. In fact, one of the many appealing qualities of
President Bush has repeatedly expressed his interest in helping seniors with the high costs of prescription drugs. I, too, have a deep concern for people who are elderly or disabled and cannot afford
From Kingston Residence
Claude served as a Staff Sergeant in the Fort Wayne 122nd Fighter Squadron. He spent over 20 years in the Air Guard, some of which was reserve time. Claude served
Well, the much ballyhooed Special Session called by the Governor got off to a rather slow start last week. The Senate and House met on May 14th, as required by law, and handled some internal matters.
MCCARTHY NAMED AIR GUARD ENLISTED MEMBER OF THE YEAR FOR 2002
Technical Sergeant Jeffery D. McCarthy, son of Nancy G. McCarthy, Waynedale, was recently presented with the award by The Indianapolis Armed
One of the top goals of my administration is to make Fort Wayne the safest city of it’s size in the country. I’m happy to report this past week has been a good week in taking steps to achieve
(This Word from God could help someone avoid destroying their life!!!!)
Young women and Cosmopolitan magazine. I have to admit to you, that through all that I have seen and experienced in my life,
“This year our church is buzzing with excitement as we head out on a Bug Safari,” says Doug Reynolds, Vacation Bible School Director at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, 1819 Reservation Drive
As we stand in the South direction of Life’s Circle, we once again put our prayer down upon Mother Earth, saying that we are open and receptive to trust the decisions that we will make
Marvin Christian Nielsen, Jr., 71, died Friday, May 10, 2002 at Lutheran Hospital. A native of Chicago, Illinois, he worked for Dana Corporation as an inventory clerk and retired in 1994 after 35 years