Jodi Jump, elementary teacher at St. Joseph-St.Elizabeth Ann Seton School, received the Notre Dame Club’s “Excellence in Teaching” Award for private schools in Northeast Indiana. This award is based on excellence in teaching, compassion for students, and dedication to the teaching
Verizon’s broadband investment commitment to build a fiber optic network in Fort Wayne is the most significant economic development initiative in years. The numbers related to the build out are staggering. Verizon will spend $65 million and hire 900 new workers in Fort Wayne in the next two
As always, the summer has gone quickly, and we are now approaching Labor Day. While sometimes we think of Labor Day as an opportunity for a long weekend, the purpose of Labor Day is to celebrate the working men and women of our Country.
In honor of Labor Day, I would like to thank all of the hard-working
If you look for reasons not to invest right now, you could find them – global unrest, high gas prices and so on. Yet, if you wait until “things settle down” before investing, you’ll have difficulty achieving your financial goals, because there will always be some external events
Recently I learned that various individuals are stealing recyclable cans and other aluminum products from recycling bins. The cases that came to my attention highlight the fact that the theft of aluminum and other valuable metals such as copper has increased considerably during recent months. You’ve
Talking to God is easy; it’s listening that’s the hard part. Sometimes we hear Him just fine. Most of the time we feel in the dark. Ah, but the growth that occurs during that time… No wonder God doesn’t talk out loud!
We’re obsessed with being right. If someone says something
KEITH B. ROSS, 81, of Fort Wayne, died Friday, August 10, 2007, at his residence. Born on September 13, 1925, in New Haven, he was the son of Kneale D. and Miranda E. (Grover) Ross; both preceded him in death. He was a 1944 graduate of North Side High School, and also attended Purdue University, Fort
JAMES LOUIS GIANT, 76, of Fort Wayne, died peacefully Tuesday, August 7, 2007, at home surrounded by his loved ones. Born March 31, 1931, in Tillman, Indiana, he was the son of the late Joseph A. Giant and Cloe Myers. He retired from Dana Corporation, Fort Wayne after 42 years, in 1997. He was a U.S.
MARJORIE “DOLLY” NICHOLSON, 71, formerly of Bridgedale Apartments, passed away peacefully Monday, July 30, 2007, 6:50 p.m., in the presence of her family at Saint Anne Home & Retirement Community, Fort Wayne. Born March 21, 1936 in Fort Wayne, she was the daughter of the late
By 1914 interurban lines in Indiana totaled more than 2,318 miles of track. Indianapolis’ Traction Terminal building was on the corner of Illinois and Market Street and that was its hub. The interurban served every major community in the state except Bloomington, Madison and Vincennes.
The Simpsons Movie. They finally made it, putting all of the characters you know and love together up on the big screen after nearly twenty years on television. Always satirical, occasionally raunchy, and giggle-out-loud funny throughout, this is one of those movies that you just have to see.
THEY USE LOTS OF BALLS NOW
As you visit the umpires at the Wizards Stadium you see them rubbing up five dozen baseballs for the game. As Major League players throw balls into the stands, baseball today uses lots of balls.
I guess they can afford it.
An interesting story in Rex Hanann’s American
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What: Two-Cylinder Club
Kenneth Aschliman, a senior at South Side High School, has received a Trustees’ Award scholarship to attend the Columbus College of Art & Design (CCAD). The merit scholarship was awarded as a result of an art portfolio competition held at the college which was judged by a team of CCAD faculty
Black Pine Animal Park isn’t far from our home. Recently, I had a request to talk to and pray for Scarlet, a cougar who is about to make her journey to the spirit world.
Jane, my wife drove me to the park and Karen, our friend who raised Scarlet, picked us up in a golf cart. I was taken to Scarlett,
R J ‘s Auto Service offers auto tune-ups and brake repair for most makes and models.
20 years experience.
By appointment only.
The POwer of Fruit
Fruits are a great source of vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants, photonutrients, fiber and
Silver-colored bands have adorned the legs of many Canada geese in Indiana for years, thanks to the DNR’s Division of Fish and Wildlife (DFW).
Now, some of these birds will also sport larger, plastic bands that are either orange or white, also courtesy of the DFW.
No, the State’s animal
Irises are an extremely simple perennial to grow in your garden and only require your attention every 2 to 3 years. They are grown from a “rhizome” which continually grow and multiply under ground and need to be divided occasionally to avoid over crowding.
When you are ready to grow irises
“I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me. . . ,” The first line of that poem goes over and over in my mind as eight year old Taylor follows every step I take. I think of the generations of little girls who have followed this pattern down through the years.
It began with our
Homer Hoke of Waynedale Plumbing reported that lighting had hit a pine tree in the backyard of his residence at 4024 Lower Huntington Road. The lighting strike occurred at 7:15 am on Thursday, August 9.
Bonnie Cook, of Geiger Developing, next door to Hoke’s property, said their phone systems
Fire Chief Don Patnoude welcomes Wayne Township Trustee Richard Stevenson to the Southwest Fire District station on Old Trail Road. Trustee Stevenson toured the facility, which formerly housed the Wayne Township Fire Department, and still is owned by Wayne Township.
Waynedale resident, Donald W. Waldron, was born August 21, 1925 in Hazelton, Pennsylvania and graduated from high school when he was seventeen. The year was 1943 and WWII was in full swing.
Don was making his living working in a machine shop but, most people in the area worked in the Pennsylvania coal
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Schroeder has been moved to the step-down unit, which is called CVU (Cardiovascular Unit). It is attached to our unit by a swinging door. We, in the CCU, have immediate access to any patient in the CVU if a problem is encountered with any of their patients in which our nurses would be needed.
The Alzheimer’s Association’s annual Memory Walk® will take place on Saturday, September 8th at Foster Park, Pavilion 1 & 2, 3900 Old Mill Road, Fort Wayne. Participants at this year’s event will move to end Alzheimer’s and raise awareness and funds to fight the disease.
The Alzheimer’s Association is the world leader in Alzheimer’s research and support. For more than 20 years, the Alzheimer’s Association has provided communities with programs aimed to educate the public about the disease as well as numerous programs to assist caregivers and patients