State Senators — Republicans and Democrats alike — committed at the onset of this 2008 Session that property taxes would be “job one.” Hoosiers should know we are hard at work and will
We have had a harsh winter so far with the snow, cold, flooding and ice. I know some of you in Waynedale had to deal with flooding, and I hope you are doing better now.
Last issue, I told you about
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Hardball Capital, Barry Real Estate Companies, White Lodging Services and the City of Fort Wayne hosted a community open
The first phase of the 2008 session of the Indiana General Assembly has come to a close, and it is time to review what has been an active January at the Statehouse.
Wednesday (January 30) was the
Fort Wayne is uniquely positioned on three rivers. The rivers are tied to the area’s oldest history and continue to be a natural resource for our City. However there can be a downside to our abundant
ROBERT WILLIAM SHUMAKER, 92, passed away peacefully in the loving care at Visiting Nurse and Hospice Home on Sunday, February 17, 2008.
He was born in Fort Wayne on February 7, 1916 to the late Fred
ROBERT J. ANSBERRY, 84, of Fort Wayne, died Thursday, February 14, 2008, at Parkview North Hospital. Born on April 4, 1923, in Fort Wayne, he retired from General Telephone in 1986, and previously had
JAMES KREG CLEVENGER, 73, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, February 16, 2008, at Lutheran Hospital. Born on March 28, 1934, in Fort Wayne, he was a Fort Wayne police officer for 20 years, and worked at
RUTH SCHNEIDER LEBO STEPHANS, 95, of Honeybrook, Pennsylvania, died Tuesday, February 12, 2008, at Hickory House in Honeybrook, where she was a hospice patient. She and her husband had been residents
ELOISE MAXINE FISHER, 87, died Friday, January 18, 2008, at Ossian Health Care in Ossian. Born in Allen County, she was a homemaker, and a charter member of Highland Bethel Church.
She played the piano
SANDRA K. BONHAM, 60, of Columbia City, died Monday, February 11, 2008, at her home. Born December 2, 1947, in Decatur, she was the office manager at Fort Wayne Mold & Engineering Inc.
MELINDA LEAH “MINNIE” LUKINS, 55, of Fort Wayne, died Thursday, February 14, 2008, at her residence. Born September 12, 1952, in Fort Wayne, she was a member of American Legion Auxiliary
Today is my wash day. What day is yours? This is a wash day to clean and clear up any and all thoughts that would keep me from having a good day. And God knows that people want me to have a good day,
Steve Hoffman has been named Director of Administration at CANI, Community Action of Northeast Indiana, from Director of Planning and Development. In his prior role, he has directed the community development,
Esther M. Benjamin was born on February 24, 1908 near Waterloo, Indiana. She married Marion L. Dirr on December 24, 1928 and they lived in Fort Wayne for several years. A daughter, Marcella was born
Colorful Journalism in Fort Wayne is a continuation from an essay written by Herbert G. Bredemeir and presented to the Fort Wayne Quest Club 28 January 1966: Interested citizens of Fort Wayne in 1833
In the old days, if you worked for a company, your retirement income would likely have been in the form of a pension, with the amount based on your income level and years of service. Apart from those
SPRING MILL STATE PARK IN TOP 10
The 10k volksmarch at Spring Mill State Park, has been named one of the country’s top 10 organized walks as a result of a poll of the members of the clubs of the
Over 200 Boy Scouts, Webelos, and their leaders braved the cold and negative wind chills to compete in the annual Miami Klondike. It was held on Saturday, January 19th at Indian Trails Park, and concluded
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As you know, I worked the streets of the west end of Louisville for five years, on the night shift, where everything happened. Shootings were a nightly event, along with every kind of trauma
February has been called “the month of love and snow,” so says Jack Clark of Tennessee. It seems to me that there have been more snow and cold days than there has been love. Valentines Day
The Unity Lutheran School Limberlost Girl Scout Troop 720 held a 100th birthday party for Josie Dull Manter at the Villa of the Woods on February 13th. After the residents and Girl Scouts made a craft,
GIB YOUNG VINTAGE BASEBALL UMPIRE
I have studied many people that umpired baseball games during many years of history. One of the most interesting is Gib Young of Huntington, Indiana.