1/2 Mile Modifieds – The points race tightened up as Jeremy Wallen found victory lane for the 5th time in the 2005 season. Wallen started on the outside of the front row and was never headed after
When a person thinks of a chiropractor, they usually think that the only thing a chiropractor does is treat back and neck pain. Of course, this isn’t true. In this article I
Some things never leave you. They just get buried where, if not reminded so many years later, they will stay.‑Such is the case I am about to tell you. I have not thought about it, or him, in a long
FOLLOW-UP, BASEBALL NOT PROMOTING THE GAME
With a three hour 3-2 game not being too exciting, baseball is again promoting everything but the game itself.
Baseball America has brought that out this summer.
The LeighAnn Palmer Golf outing will be a double shotgun 4-person team Florida Scramble this year. The outing is scheduled at Grey Goose Golf Course, Decatur, IN on September 11, 2005.
The proceeds from
Brilliant Young Minds Emerge
Six years ago, the Wayne Township Trustee Office began a quest to help area youth with one of their most serious long-term needs —-computer skills. Light heartedly, calling
The City is considering changes to utility rates. This is not an easy decision, but investments must be made to our infrastructure system. Recommendations will be presented to City Council in October
There’s been quite a bit of public discussion recently regarding the concept of “eminent domain” under which it is possible for our government to require a private property owner to
The University of Saint Francis football team received two first-place votes and is No. 2 in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Association 2005 Pre-season Top 25 rating which was
‑‑‑ University of Saint Francis volleyball coach Hector Kiely is pleased to announce he has received commitments from three high schools senior volleyball recruits from northern Indiana.
It was Bishop Luers against Wayne on a hot humid night, Friday, August 19, 2005. Luers is coming of an 8-4 season and Wayne is trying to find itself after a dismal 0-10 record last year.
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
This week’s Here’s To Your Health is a continuation of Sister Ruth’s story, we ended last week with…Many of us have wasted a lot of time praying for selfish ends, it doesn’t
2005 Early Migratory Game Bird Seasons
Sept. 1 – Nov. 9
Daily Bag Limit: 25
Possession Limit: 25
Sept. 1 – Oct. 16
Nov. 4 – Nov. 17
Daily Bag Limit: 15
There is a mumble of thunder in the distance as another summer storm moves closer. Dog days set in rainy, with frequent showers that inspire the gardens—and weeds—to grow by leaps and bounds. In
As the reader may have gleaned from my reviews of The Ring, The Grudge, and Red Dragon, I’m kind of a chicken. In spite of this, I still love a good horror movie, especially one that involves
Pictured are Kala Ealey and Helaina Evans (two of Irene’s 30 grandchildren).
Irene was born September 9, 1916, on a farm in southern Illinois, and has lived in Waynedale since the 40s.
She is the
Singin’ in the Rain…I love a rainy day!
There’s something wholesome about a refreshing rain that washes everything clean. And I enjoy the way nearly everyone scurries about
On Saturday, July 17, 2005 the David Parrish American Legion Post 296 traveled to present the Blue Star Salute program to the 122nd Fighter Wing of the Indiana Air National Guard. The Post #296 Legion
After eighty years on this beautiful earth,
THIS IS HOW IT LOOKS TO ME
As the age of nations comes and goes
We’re just a brat in swaddling clothes.
Our family tree is still a sprout,
CAMP WAS GREAT THIS YEAR!
From July 10 through July 16, Troop #22 was at Boy Scout Summer Camp, held at Camp Little Turtle at Pleasant Lake, Indiana. All the boys worked on merit badges, and they did
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,
Did you ever hear anyone say, “All we can do now is pray”?‑ It is better to start each day with a gratitude prayer.‑ If you don’t believe you have anything to be grateful for,
This week’s “History of Fiber Optics” comes from George Gilder…Einstein realized that on many occasions a photon would strike an electron already in an excited state. In this
BONNIE A. PENCE, 53, of Fort Wayne, transferred from Earth to heaven on Saturday, August 20, 2005, at her residence. Born July 15, 1952, in Fort Wayne, she was Lab Supervisor for Essex Group, Inc. and