‑ Boy Scout Troop #344, chartered through Waynedale United Methodist Church, got to sample a little bit of about every kind of weather that Indiana could offer‑during‑the last weekend in October‑for
Prior to Farnsworth’s methodology of “electronic fusion” only two methods of achieving a fusion reaction was possible, the first consisted of mating canisters of hydrogen fuel to a
As the holidays draw closer, you may be spending time looking for the right gifts for your loved ones. This year, why not skip the hassles and, at the same time, give a gift that can improve the recipients’
On October 25th of this year, the Wayne Township Trustee Office (WTTO) hosted the 5th annual Community Partnership Summit at the League for the Blind and Disabled. There were over twenty service organizations
I want to share with you some exciting activities that are making Fort Wayne a great place to work, live and raise a family.
We recently dedicated the City’s new Three Rivers Trail Marker. The
As you know, Veterans’ Day was Thursday, November 11. I was very impressed by the respect shown our vets by local print media as well as Fort Wayne’s TV stations. There were special TV
Editors note: Dave Trainer brought in this story, which was written by his uncle, Haldane W. Bean. It is about a father and his three sons who traveled from southern Illinois to Yellowstone driving
Reflections on Religion and Politics In American Life
Writing about religion and politics and how they interact in our world today is not an easy thing. We are currently in a war, and some would say
From the owners of the new billboards on Lower Huntington and Bluffton Roads
I am greatly disappointed in your recent article regarding the new signs my company has in the Waynedale area.
Editors Note: The Waynedale News receives an abundance of press releases and articles for each issue. Information that has a focus on Waynedale is given the highest priority. We try to evaluate all
More than 100 volunteers gathered Saturday, November 6, in four of Fort Wayne’s parks to plant 136 trees and 600 lilac bushes. This event was called the Great Tree Canopy Comeback and was sponsored
Navy Seaman Recruit ANDREW S. BURNS son of Cindy Chandler of Fort Wayne, Indiana and Randy S. Burns of Fort Wayne, Indiana recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great
All of you great folks in the circulation area of The Waynedale News may not be familiar with a Community issue of great importance. Due to a myriad array of issues the local Associated Churches Food
The place is a town called Chesterfield. It is about an hour south of the Fort. We, that is, my oldest and dearest friends, have known about it for some years,
15 STATE PARKS WILL BE CLOSED
The parks will close in order to accommodate the annual deer herd reduction, for the second half of the controlled hunt on Monday, November 29 and Tuesday, November 30.
I have several friends who are or who are dating musicians. Therefore, when we go out as a group the conversation often turns to music; old music, jazz and soul music. I hear a lot about theory, songs,
November 11th – the time to honor all who had fought in wars.
(Left-top) In The Waynedale News area Veteran’s were honored at American Legion Post #296 with a free meal of Ham and Bean Soup,
This is a true Thanksgiving story, and one that is dear to my heart for we knew the principal characters featured in it.
Brother Harry Craig was a traveling evangelist, and his wife Sister Myrtle Craig
Do you have widespread pain in four quadrants of the body (lines intersecting vertical and horizontal at the nave) and have tenderness or pain in at least 11 of the 18 specified tender
GENERAL HAULING & BOBCAT SVC.
Call us for all of your hauling clean up and bobcat needs.
Inside home, garage, basement, attic, construction, debris, brush, etc. We also deliver topsoil,
BAD DAY AT THE BALLPARK
As you read baseball history some stories surface that tell about a players bad days at the ballpark. Warren Spahn said that baseball is the history of people failing.
MARILYN K. MOORE, 51, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, November 14, 2004, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. She was born January 15, 1953, in Elkhart.
She is survived by her fiance, Cecil Smith of Fort
BARBARA “SALLY” TYLER WILLIAMS, 72, died Saturday, November 13, 2004, at St. Joseph Hospital. The Rochester, Minnesota native, was a member of First Presbyterian Church and served on the
LEE “HUCK” PENCE, 69, of Churubusco, died Wednesday, November 3, 2004, at his home. Born November 23, 1934, in Whitley County, he was a truck driver for Brooks Construction for 21 years,