It’s a summer of remakes. It seems that no one has an original idea this season. There’s Bad News Bears, Herbie: Fully Loaded, and The Honeymooners. Then there’s Bewitched and War
Today is July 1st, and I was greeted with the fascinating news that Justice Sandra Day O’Connor has decided to retire from the US Supreme Court. This comes as a shot out of left field, as everyone
A Move in the Right Direction
One of the things that I am most proud of about Township Government, is the fact that the cost of services provided by our office are returned in part to those citizens
I hope you are enjoying the warm weather. It has been a busy summer in city government as we work to be innovative in attracting and retaining jobs. Summer also means construction season, and we’re
I’m sure you’ve heard quite a bit about the recent City Council debate regarding whether to purchase bins for residential trash pickup in Fort Wayne. After a fair amount of discussion City
Continuing on with the night in Louisville in which we were hit with the biggest snowfall in its history (or at least recent history), one story topples over the first. We were able to stagger our truck
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
If you are a traveler and haven’t taken in Savannah, I recommend it highly. The city has restored many of its old buildings and it appears to me that the South, in general, takes
HELLINGER PURSUES GLOBAL LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Miss Michelle Hellinger of Wexsford Drive in Fort Wayne, has been selected to participate in the Global Young Leaders Conference (GYLC) from July 17
Just fifty years ago today
They were wed, a man and a maid.
Strong beat their hearts with faith and joy.
They loved and were not afraid.
They trod the primrose path of youth
From altar to the sea,
Swimming pools provide countless hours of summertime recreation and family fun. However, pools are a tremendous responsibility and require strict safety practices. According to the National Safety Council,
Grandfather Daniel and his company were on day 35 of their adventure to the gold fields. They had traveled from Independence, Missouri to about the middle of Wyoming. They were still traveling along
This week’s segment of “The History of Fiber Optics” is taken from George Gilder’s book, Telecosm. The light our eyes can see is only a tiny slice of the full range of “colors”
SCOUTS ADD TWO RECRUITS
“We are going strong at Boy Scout Troop #22,” said Jack Shepard, local Boy Scout leader. Boy Scout Troop #22 and Cub Pack #3322 just had two Weblos cross over
Thin shafts of pale sunlight filter down through the tall poplar trees and ruffled layers of hemlock boughs. Patches of blue sky show through drifting white clouds, and it promises to be a fair day.
There is a new addition to the Waynedale business world. All-American City Ballet has taken up residence at 7001 Ardmore Avenue. New proprietor Shay Evans says she is excited. “I now have a beautiful
Pioneer Hi-Bred International, Inc., has given $5,000 to the Salomon Farm barn restoration project through the Fort Wayne Community Foundation.
Donated to the Fort Wayne Parks Department by area
Paul Sills retired from driving truck in 1999. He had worked for MidStates Express driving local routes. He also had a deal with Maxwell Tree Service to get rid of scrap logs. Paul is 64 years old and
Rather than answering questions about public concerns on video gaming machines in Allen County, information provided by the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission provides greater evidence that recent
If you’re like many people, you keep investment vehicles in different places. You might have started traditional IRAs with two or three financial-services providers while buying some stocks from
ENDANGERED OSPREY NUMBERS TAKE FLIGHT IN INDIANA
Department of Natural Resources biologists recently placed 16 brightly painted young osprey chicks into rearing boxes at 4 locations in northern and
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The City of Fort Wayne, Animal Care & Control Department has issued a hot weather alert for animal owners. Due to current extreme high temperatures and high humidity, the department recommends that
AA holds an international convention every five years and this year’s 2005 international convention was held at Toronto, Canada on July 1, 2, and 3. The Friday night opening flag ceremony was
This week’s “Here’s To Your Health” is a continuation of Sister Ruth’s story, we ended her story last week with…I could not say the words, “My name is Ruth