I’ll admit it; I like chicken wings. I like them coated & fried, BBQ’d, KFC’d, or done up Buffalo Style. I like Buffalo Style the best and I looked for an ‘easy’ way to prepare them. Father’s Day found me with 16 pounds of wings to prepare. Here is a recipe
Apple’s aggressive advertising campaign brings out the truth on Microsoft Windows.
When I was a consultant at Indiana University we had a little survey of computer preference. Computer consultants with Windows backgrounds and Macintosh backgrounds and even NeXT users actually preferred Macintosh
I am writing this column on June 7th. As such, the material may appear dated by the time you read this column. If so, please forgive that transgression, but at least you know why it occurred.
I thought I would take a break from writing about the Special Session currently ongoing in Indianapolis. By
Polaris, The North Star
As Earth turns, the entire sky seems to rotate around Polaris, the North Star. Polaris is fixed in the night sky and never sets. Other constellations appear to move in circles around Polaris.
To find Polaris, first find the Big Dipper. If you follow the two stars at the end
Six months ago, I announced to the public I was adding a new staff position (Resource Specialist) to Wayne Township. The mission of this position is to locate and secure monetary and non-monetary resources for those who are either partially or wholly denied Township assistance. I fully recognize
As you are probably aware, there has been an ongoing effort to strengthen Fort Wayne’s downtown. Our central city is often described as the anchor for the community and I agree with that viewpoint. If you compare our city’s downtown area now, to the situation in the 1970’s, there
One of Fort Wayne’s most notable assets is our outstanding Parks and Recreation Department. We have 87 parks throughout Fort Wayne, and soon that number will increase. One of the larger and more widely used parks in the southwest quadrant of the city is Foster Park.
Fort Wayne is also enjoying
PURDUE SOIL SCIENTIST DIGGING FOR ANSWERS TO SEPTIC SYSTEM FAILURE
Purdue University is partnering with Allen County officials to dig for answers to why septic systems are prematurely failing for numerous homeowners in northeast Indiana. Brad Lee, Purdue Extension soil and land use specialist, will
A lot has gone on since 9/11 happened. A lot of flags have been bought, flown, and displayed in every way shape and form. THE WAYNEDALE NEWS handed out about 1000 flag decals before, during, and after the Memorial Day weekend. I bought a new flag at Maynards and am flying it night and day from
QUIET WARRIORS CHAPTER KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION NEWS
Due to the closing of Parkwest’s Fish of Stroh, our “Quiet Warriors” will be meeting on July 6, 2002, at Minnie’s Banquet Hall in the Colony Service Center, 6433 Bluffton Rd.,
Ft. Wayne, IN., across from
Dear Dr. Reichwage,
I only go to my dentist when my teeth bother me. Now my dentist says I need to see a gum specialist for gum disease. My gums don’t hurt or bleed, except when he uses that measuring thing. I think he causes the bleeding and my gums are fine. Elizabeth K., New Haven
IPFW – (INDIANA UNIVERSITY/PURDUE UNIVERSITY FORT WAYNE)
AREA COFFEE HOUSE TO DISPLAY WORKS BY LOCAL WAYNEDALE ARTIST
A display of art by a new talent in the Waynedale area is now being featured in Daddieo DaVinci’s dining room. The work of Miss Lindsey Marshall to be on display. The artist
FOREST AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP OFFERED
A workshop on improving forestland for wildlife is offered for woodland owners and others interested in Indiana’s environment from Sept. 26 – 29 at the Indiana FFA Leadership Center in Trafalgar, Indiana. The program is free and includes
Throughout your working years, you save and invest so that you can create a comfortable lifestyle in retirement. After you’re retired, though, you still need financial planning if you’re going to maintain that lifestyle.
To keep your retirement plans on track, you can take a number of
If you are in need of transportation and a car isn’t within your budget, or having a driver’s license isn’t possible, your choice may only be a few blocks away. Scoot-on-down to Summit e-Bike (the corner of Lower Huntington Road and Beaty Avenue) at the same location where you will
History of the Midwest Baseball League
The Midwest Baseball League started operations in 1956. It was just a name change from The Mississippi Ohio Valley League (M.O.V.) which operated 1949-1955. The M.O.V. was a throw-off of the Illinois State League which operated 1947-1948.
The original 8 teams
Mt. Calvary Lutheran Preschool in Waynedale was recently recognized for reaching the third level of the Paths to QUALITY program of the Early Childhood Alliance in Northeast Indiana. This program works with and identifies early childhood centers who strive to provide quality educational programs for
QUIET WARRIORS CHAPTER KOREAN WAR VETERANS ASSOCIATION NEWS
Due to the closing of Parkwest’s Fish of Stroh, our “Quiet Warriors” will be meeting on July 6, 2002, at Minnie’s Banquet Hall in the Colony Service Center, 6433 Bluffton Rd., Ft. Wayne, IN., across from the Kentucky
Sue Lewis, a resident of Leesburg, Indiana and an employee of Zimmer Corporation in Warsaw, Indiana, recently donated a used rear engine driven Snapper riding lawn mower to Portage Creek Camp Association. PCCA, a not-for-profit organization, is the sponsoring organization of Boy Scout Troop 44 and
E. William Steinforth, 80, died June 19th, 2002. He was an Insurance Agent at Anthony Wayne Underwriters for 30 years and a veteran of WWII where he served as a Captain in the Marines. His wife Kathryn preceded him in death. He was a member of American Legion Post 296 and Odd Fellows. He has four
Ruth Esther Valentine, 98, died Wednesday, June 5, 2002 at her residence on Sandpoint Road. A native of Liberty Center, Indiana, she was a homemaker and a member of Waynedale United Methodist Church. She is preceded in death by her husband Lewis Valentine who passed away in 1995 and a son, Ray E.
David Louis Runkle, 25, died Saturday, June 15, 2002 in Fort Wayne. A native of Pueblo, Colorado, he was a union carpenter. He was a football fan and liked fishing.
He is survived by Parents Victor “Red” and Kim L. Runkle, Fort Wayne; companion Rita Wilson, Fort Wayne; son Matthew Runkle,
The Burden of Emotional Baggage by Charles F. Stanley
Our emotions exert a powerful influence over our lives. We hear about people being “ruled by their emotions,” “caught up in their emotions,” and even “lost in emotion.” Sometimes our emotional drives can be
On Tuesday, June 18, 2002 the newly renovated and expanded facility for Older Adults, Villa of the Woods, 5610 Noll Avenue was dedicated with Bishop John M. D’Arcy presiding.
Villa of the Woods is a licensed residential living facility serving older adults and participates in the State of Indiana
DIVINE SECRETS OF THE YAYA SISTERHOOD
This will not be the first time I have written a column about the Yaya’s. We formed our Yaya Sisterhood about two years ago, right after the book came out. We have 18 members now, and are we having fun or what?? We get together as often as