Senate President Pro Tempore Robert D. Garton (R-Columbus) has appointed Senator David Long (R-Fort Wayne) to serve on the Forensic Diversion Study Committee, the Sentencing Policy Study Committee,
It’s back to school time, and we are excited about a new Green City Public Outreach campaign designed to inform and educate the community on the importance of conserving energy and improving air
Anyone that has ever had several things go wrong at once (whether you call it a run of bad luck, woe is me, or why does everything always happen to me) needs to have just one thing go right in order
The Menard’s store – Southtown Centre is open for business and will be more likely to succeed as part of the renaissance of the south side of Fort Wayne if each of us shops there now and
Brian Kurtz, William Knepper and Paul Carter have been named to the Don Hansen Football Gazette Pre-Season All-American Team.
Kurtz (Fort Wayne, IN / Bishop Luers H.S.) earned NAIA All-American first
As we approach the first anniversary of the hurricanes that devastated the Gulf Coast, you may be thinking, “What if something like that happened to me? Am I prepared?” In the blink of an
What Did Jesus Accomplish?
Is our eternal destiny a product of what Jesus did two thousand years ago or a result of what we do during our lifetime on the earth?
Most Christians believe that Jesus made
ORVAL E. GIBSON, 85, died Tuesday, July 25, 2006 at Markle Health Care Center in Markle, IN. He was born in Allen County and was Chief Deputy Surveyor with Allen County Surveyors Office for 39 years
Summer still holds sway in the hills, but there are subtle signs of coming autumn. Katydids have been sounding their plaintive dirge for the past couple of weeks or more, an early warning of frosty
The Waynedale Picnic Girls are delighted to take this opportunity to personally Thank You, The Waynedale Community for your generous donations to the 2006 Waynedale Community Picnic in the Park. Your
(and I thought they loved Lexus automobiles)
1. A bicycle can’t stand alone; it is two tired
2. A will is a dead giveaway
3. Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana
4. A backward poet
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
The City of Fort Wayne recently received a 50th Anniversary Award for its partnership with Sister Cities International. Fort Wayne was one of 23 cities to receive this award.
Fort Wayne has three sister
Noted outdoor writer and television personality, Ron Schara will be speaking for the annual fundraising banquet to benefit the Sheets Wildlife Museum.
Schara does the national television program, “Backroads
HE WANTED TO WIN THEM ALL
The book titled, Red Smith on Baseball, brings out the attitude of the New York Yankees and Manager Joe McCarthy in 1937.
The Yankees lost two games to the Tigers early
Garden tilling by Troybilt.
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SEASONS FOR HUNTING EARLY MIGRATORY BIRDS ANNOUNCED
The DNR has announced the early migratory bird hunting seasons for this year, including their bag limits and possession limits.
When you first started out in your career, you may have focused on paying off student loans, buying a home and, hopefully, starting to save for retirement. Generally speaking, these are pretty straightforward
Life on the streets
On occasion, at EMS, we were assigned a “detail” of significance when a dignitary or person of high risk would be in Louisville.
When Ted Kennedy came to town, he was
It’s Halloween, and for DJ (Mitchel Musso) and his friend Chowder (Sam Lerner), that normally means trick-or-treating. But DJ has other things on his mind, like the obvious onset of puberty and
The Washington Post reports there is a new company called BusRadio, that plans to install radio equipment in school buses for the purpose of advertising to school children. These kids obviously will
Boy Scout Troop 38, sponsored by Calvary United Methodist Church here in Waynedale, literally took summer camp by storm or was stormed at summer camp, whichever you prefer. “It rained not unlike
Glenn Miller himself was a trombone player around the time of World War II. Miller, along with his band had more hit records in a single year than any other musical group in history, including Elvis
Adam B. Hyder and Abbagail N. Waugh will be married on August 26, 2006, at 3:00pm at the Chamber of Commerce’s Fort Wayne Women’s Club, 402 West Wayne Street.
A reception will follow at 6:00pm
David Michael Winn and Evangeline Darlyne Walker were married June 20, 2006 at St. Joseph Catholic Church.
Parents of the Groom are Marjorie Winn and the late Ronald Winn. Parents of the bride are Floretta