David Parrish American Legion Post 296 on Sunday, October 2, 2005 served an SAL Brunch from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The meal consisted of garbage plate, biscuit & gravy, French toast, cheese omelets,
Of all the runs we all went on, shootings were the most popular. That might seem odd to those of you sitting in an easy chair reading this, but we weren’t at EMS for the pabulum
Jon L. Rupright, Vice President/Chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College Northeast, has announced his retirement from the college effective December 31, 2005. Some of our readers may remember Jon Rupright
Emergency assistance, in regards to the basic necessities of life, is the primary responsibility of the Wayne Township Trustee’s Office.‑The office, as a guardian of your tax dollars, requires
The City of Fort Wayne continues to find ways to protect the community from the risk of flooding. The City’s Flood Control Department will upgrade its current automated flood warning system with
At a recent neighborhood meeting I heard more discussion regarding the Tiffany Heights project being planned along Ardmore Avenue north of Sandpoint Road. That project was “okayed” earlier
I have been writing articles for The Waynedale News for some time now and I noticed I have not given a verbal tour of the practice. We opened on March 15, 2004 and are located at 4656 W. Jefferson Blvd.,
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 e-mail was supposedly sent to the Editor of Men’s Health Magazine. Note: We could not find any business called the Allen Business Exchange, but thought that this was an interesting
This week’s “History of Fiber Optics” is taken from George Gilder’s book, Telecosm. The essence of laser science quickly became molecular manipulation, the central art of all
This week’s “Here’s To Your Health” is from a recovering alcoholic named Fiona D. who lives in Ireland, in County Mayo, in a pleasant little house in a town immediately on the
MS BASS TOURNAMENTS WINNERS
by Matthew Haddix
The Fifth Annual MS Benefit Bass Tournament was held Sunday, September 18, 2005, on the Cedarville Reservoir in Leo, Indiana.
A total of 41-teams participated
“Oh sun and skies and clouds of June
And flowers of June together,
Ye cannot rival for one hour
October’s bright blue weather.
by Helen Hunt Jackson
It is here; that glorious autumn season
The Elmhurst High School fall production will be Bram Stoker’s drama DRACULA as dramatized by‑Hamilton Deane and John Balderston.‑Production dates are Friday, November 4th and Saturday,
A legend in the sport but well past his prime, Harry Vardon (Stephen Dillane) was considered the greatest golfer ever by the beginning of the twentieth century. Five-time British Open champ, Vardon
Boy Scout Troop 349, sponsored by Aldersgate United Methodist Church of Fort Wayne, Indiana returned to Bear Creek, South Dakota for a fifth time this summer from July 16 to July 24. It was a very
THE VISION QUEST
Some have gone to the most respected elders of the Native community and counseled with them.‑ Some were put up on the mountain for a period of time to seek their vision and their
Students at St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth Ann Seton School in Fort Wayne recently donated hundreds of Beanie Babies to an evacuation center in Brookhaven, Mississippi.
“The students in grades K-8 wanted
Bishop Luers art students worked on 6 of the 85 miniature Mastodons that were auctioned off along with 50 large Mastodons on Friday, October 21 at the Grand Wayne Center.
This event was part of a joint
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Even Cooperstown Can’t Get It Right
Ben Walker, Associated Press writer, wrote an article titled: “Big call is coming up for only woman umpire.” In this article he talks about Ria
You probably think a lot about how you can achieve your financial objectives. But have you ever thought about helping other people achieve their goals?
If not, perhaps you should. You might find that
BRUCE A. COX, 40, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, October 16, 2005, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born September 21, 1965, in Plymouth, he was a member of Sons of American Legion #241. He was a fork
CONCETTA FRANCES EGTS, 86, of Fort Wayne, died Friday, October 14, 2005. Born January 21, 1919, in Manown, West Virginia, she was a receptionist at Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, retiring in 1992.
PEGGY SUE ROBERTSON, 63, of Fort Wayne, died Wednesday, October 12, 2005, in Fort Wayne. Born December 20, 1941, in Midway, Kentucky, she was a cashier for Amoco Station and other various businesses,