So, the big Oscar Night has come and gone. I have to say that, my own opinions and favorites aside I was really not surprised by most of the winners—-except one. I was sure that with all the other awards it won and all the press it has gotten that The Aviator would take Best Picture. I was thoroughly
The Law Firm of Tourkow Crell Rosenblatt & Johnston, located in Waynedale, Monroeville, Decatur, Fort Wayne, and Garrett sent their entire staff for a day in Nassau, Bahamas on Thursday, March 3, 2005, along with the next day off, Friday, to recuperate. This was given in recognition of their hard
This week’s Here’s To Your Health is a continuation of our Step Eleven discussion: Sought through prayer and mediation to improve our conscious contact with God “as we understood Him,” praying only for knowledge of His will for us the power to carry that out. In his book Twelve
PFC Jason A. Fry, 25 years old, graduated from MCRD-San Diego on November 19, 2004. A graduate from Homestead High School in 1998, he joined the United States Marines, leaving for Basic Training on August 22, 2004.
He is currently stationed at Camp Horno, which is located in Camp Pendleton, CA. His
The recent death of Katlyn Collman (killed because she accidentally stumbled across a meth lab) has thrust Indiana’s methamphetamine problem into the spotlight. Methamphetamine production has become widespread in our state, and I am committed to doing everything I can to help curb this criminal
The Internal Revenue Service is looking to give $4 million dollars in unclaimed refunds to local citizens. Are you one of them?
For the second consecutive year, the Wayne Township Trustee’s Office is hosting a site for the “Money In Your Pocket” campaign in conjunction with the
The new Green City Initiative will help make Fort Wayne more environmentally friendly. The initiative includes purchasing hybrid vehicles, repaving the Rivergreenway to encourage more walking and bike riding, floral gardens along major corridors, and the endorsement of green building methods.
For several years we’ve had what was basically an unforceable truck ordinance in Fort Wayne. Finally there was general agreement that the ordinance needed to be updated so truckers, police officers, and all citizens are aware which roads and streets are legal truck routes and which aren’t.
How Will the Balance Tip?
Though apologists for the Islamic Caliphate like to point to the Ottoman Empire as an example of religious tolerance existing long before such a concept ever took hold in a religiously divided Europe, the reality of a difficult life as a non-Muslim minority in a Muslim society
Wayne Township Trustee Matthew Schomburg today announced that the Wayne Township Trustee’s Office is proud to once again host the premier Easter Egg Hunt in northern Indiana. This event has grown every year thanks to this special community responding to the outreach efforts of our agency partners
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PARISH ART EXHIBITION
Who: First Presbyterian Church Gallery
The Waynedale Nudist Club – ‘Tannin Bottoms’ will be holding their Spring ‘Pan In A Flash,’ meeting at 5:21, April 28, 2005. Please, if you bring a hot covered dish, make sure it has a sturdy lock-down lid; remember, innocent splashes not only can hurt; they can also
Trust in the Great Spirit with all your heart. In all that you do, know that He is always with you. Acknowledge and talk to Him at sunrise. Thank Him every day at sunset, and He will make straight your path.
I believe that now, more than ever, is a time for a vision quest. We need to
The wind howled around the house last night and set the wind chimes all a’jangle. Some may call it the March lion prowling about, but Grandma O’Dell had a better description. When she heard this type of wailing wind, she would say, “I hear a ‘Snow Booger’ howling around
Not too long ago we experienced a beautiful, warm, sunny day that gave me a glimpse of spring. When I woke up that day, I knew I had to get outside and take advantage of the day. So my brother and I got into the car and headed for the McMillen Tennis Center on Tillman Road. After about
IT’S MORE THAN EASTER EGGS- THIS IS YOUR LIFE!
I think I made an old friend mad last week at church. He came through the door for the first time in months and I said, “Wow it isn’t even Easter yet”. Well, here we are approaching that time of year once again. It is a season
I WAS RAISED AT THE POOR FARM
-Continued by Cindy Cornwell
The following is a memoir written in 1986 by Carl C. Johnston, a reprint from the Old Fort News 1986, provided by The History Center, Fort Wayne courtesy of Marilyn Horrell. The memoir, which includes some recollections of Carl C. Johnston’s
Recently, I received a call from a local truck driver. He told me that he was driving down Engle Road, across from the Golf Dome, and he thought that he saw a bald Eagle. He called me to give me a ‘heads up’ on the situation. I grabbed the 35mm Canon with the zoom lens and drove out
Little River Wetlands Project, Inc., a 501c(3) non-profit organization, has recently opened an office at 2403 Fairoak Drive in Waynedale. Their mission is: “An innovative partnership together with public and private organizations dedicated to maintaining a harmonious relationship with the community
Like many people, you may dream of a day in which you get a sudden infusion of wealth. Realistically, you know that you’re probably not going to win the lottery. But you could get an inheritance. And, depending on its size, it could give you an enormous boost toward achieving your long-term
I have told you that on night shift with EMS we all have to know each other well. We‑mix and match on many nights. If one person’s partner calls in sick or has a V-day, we easily match with someone else. We all do well, as long as none of us gets stuck with Deafendum. On this particular night,
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Inside home, garage, basement, attic, construction, debris, brush, etc. We also deliver topsoil, fill dirt, stone, sand, landscape materials, boulders, etc.
On Sunday, February 20, 2005 at the Waynedale United Methodist Church the annual Miami District Recognition Dinner was held. The sheer number of volunteer hours that these adults devote to our youth and our community would be staggering if calculated.
The City of Fort Wayne and the community of Waynedale
I read your “Scouting Smoke Signals” article from the February 9 issue of The Waynedale News with much interest and fond memories of my days in the Boy Scouts. I’m now 71, so the following account happened a while ago.
BSA Troop 29, in Bantam CT, along with Litchfield, Morris and
After the story on the Klondike Derby ran I received a letter from Mr. Dick Clark. Dick is 71 now but he is plenty sharp on his youthful scouting activities and adventures. Dick recounted many of his stories with Troop 29 in Bantam, Connecticut. The Scouts had access to a cabin