This is a continuation of Daniel Stark’s Diary as he and his company made their way from Auburn, Illinois to the gold fields in Sacramento, California. Daniel was 26 years old and had been married about two years. He left his wife and his one-year-old child at home while he and his friends and
It seemed a gloomy evening from the beginning. Janner was in one of her moods, and as I flat-kicked the pop machine, which dispensed my Big Red to begin my evening, I was hoping the night would go by quickly. Janner was young and I inherited her on her first day, when she came to us as
In an attempt to maintain Guinness Book of World Records status, law enforcement and truck drivers throughout the United States and Canada will join forces to hold the World’s Largest Truck Convoy® for Special Olympics on Saturday, September 24, 2005. In Fort Wayne, a loop running to and from
The readers of this column have long suffered from having to hear about the Long family vacations all around the United States. You’ve heard about our trip to the southwest in 1999, our visit to Gettysburg and New York City in 2000, our trip to the Pacific northwest, including British Columbia,
As Wayne Township Trustee, it is my job to address the needs of those less fortunate and to be a good steward of your tax dollar. Everyday I see individuals struggling to make ends meet. I see victims of domestic violence and families torn apart by substance abuse. I see those who are uneducated,
I want to salute our entire community for the outpouring of local support and generosity following Hurricane Katrina. The American Red Cross, the YWCA, United Way of Allen County, Salvation Army, our faith-based community, and other social service agencies have put forth a great team effort to assist
We’re all aware of the devastation from Hurricane Katrina earlier this month. Since that disaster struck there has been a tremendous outpouring of support from the citizens of Fort Wayne and northern Indiana. We live near major rivers and are well aware of how much misery flooding can cause—adding
~RICHARDSON IN VICTORY LANE~
Stock Car Fall Classic – 67 stock cars timed in trying for the 50 Lap A Main Event. Baer Field Speedway regulars dominated the top 3 spots and in the end it was a daring late race pass on the outside that found Neal Richardson in victory lane. Al Cook Jr. started
The Chiropractic “Adjustment”
Every day my patients tell me about someone they know who has some sort of problem, either with their neck, back, or any part of their body. And every time my patients say that they tried to get their friends to come in to see me but they won’t because
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CELEBRATING 70: MARK MCQUIRE’S HISTORIC SEASON
The other day I picked up a book; Celebrating 70: Mark McQuire’s Historic Season. The book was for sale, as the library no longer wanted the book. I guess anybody can second-guess, but it is interesting how baseball needed stories about a
Man, have you ever been Bob Whitin
With a Setter dog and gun?
When the air is clear and bitin
With a tang like mellow rum.
Frost a-sparklin on the corn shocks,
Dead grass scrunchin under foot,
Hikin down across the wood lot
Rigged for shootin, cap to boots.
Hit the bottoms where the Bobs
Apply online for waterfowl hunts
Up to September 30, waterfowl hunters can register for DNR property reserved hunts online at: www.indianaoutdoor.IN.gov. Mail-in reserved waterfowl hunt applications are also available at state fish and wildlife area offices and at Monroe Lake and Roush Lake offices.
In the next segment of Here’s To Your Health we will complete Sister Ruth’s story, but she is on vacation this week, so I invited Professor Glenn C. to be our guest columnist. He is a Methodist Minister who is a recovering alcoholic. He has a doctorate from Oxford University and has written
The sun is climbing higher in the sky, burning off the fog that has shrouded our hills during the night. Mist lies cupped in the hollows between the hills, dissipating in thin tendrils toward the sky.
The seasons are changing, slowly but surely. Each day brings almost imperceptible changes in the atmosphere,
Special agent Derrick Vann (Samuel L. Jackson) never leaves home without his gun. His job consists of getting inside illegal arms deals and busting the gunrunners during the exchange. Vann’s latest assignment hits close to home, however, when his partner is murdered, found lying on the side
MarkleBank collected donations at each of its seven branches for Katrina Disaster Relief. One hundred percent of the donations collected were presented to the American Red Cross. A total of $23,252.86 was raised. This total included $2500 collected personally from the MarkleBank Directors, $2000 from
Canterbury School was eager to help families suffering from the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. The school has taken these steps to show its support:
* Headmaster Jonathan Hancock has submitted Canterbury to the National Association of Independent Schools as a host school for displaced private school
Ooooooooohhhhhh I finally cooled down from the hot summer. I didn’t think it was ever going to get cool enough so Wayne and I could try another restaurant. It’s been so hot we even put the window air conditioners in this year. I guess Wayne got tired of seein’ me runnin’ around
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Oh my God! Oh my God!‑I don’t believe there is one person who has not heard or said this phrase.‑There is power in words, as we all know.‑They have the power to hurt and the power to heal.
Oh my God…Please give us the wisdom, strength and compassion to reach out to heal our broken
This week’s History of Fiber Optics is a continuation from George Gilder’s book, “Telecosm.” Around the time that Townes and Schlawlow were publishing their results and the implications, a perennial graduate student at Columbia, Gordon Gould, was filling notebooks with his
The financial markets will always be somewhat unpredictable. Some investors can cope with this fact, but others find it almost intolerable – and so they look for rules of thumb, or “anchors,” to keep their portfolios stable during all economic environments. Some of these anchors
FLORENCE L. (BEVERFORDEN) BRUBAKER, 88, of Fort Wayne, died unexpectedly Saturday, September 17, 2005. Born January 25, 1917, in Fort Wayne, she was a lifelong resident, except for when she lived in Adams County, for 20 years. She was the consummate storyteller and had received training as a child
JOHN A. MAHONEY, 84, of Fort Wayne, died Thursday, September 15, 2005, at Ossian Health & Rehabilitation Center. Born September 29, 1920, in New Haven, Kentucky, he held various engineering positions until 1971, when he started his own business, A. Fab Enterprises Contracting. He was a graduate