The investment world can be complex – and trying to navigate it by yourself is a daunting task. That’s why you may want to work with a professional financial advisor – someone with
LEGISLATURE ADDRESSES TEACHER SHORTAGES
While another school year races rapidly to a close, the summer ahead will see new laws take effect that may have a profound positive impact on Indiana education.
I, like many of you, can remember when gas was only a small part of our budgets. Things have really changed, haven’t they?
Rising gas prices have a big impact on all of us, but particularly on
I’m proud to announce that the City of Fort Wayne more than doubled its goal six months early for the Energy Star Change a Light, Change the World program.
Since October, more than 1,200 people
Fort Wayne Newspapers Three Rivers Festival is pleased to announce the winners of the 2008 National City Parade Grand Marshall Contest. The contest began in mid-March and concluded April 21, 2008. The
JANET RUMSEY, 76, of Columbus, Indiana died Monday, May 12, 2008, at Four Seasons Health Care Center. She was born October 16, 1931, in Moores Hill, Indiana, the daughter of Lawrence L. and Mabel M.
VIOLA W. SCHWARZ, 84, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, May 6, 2008, at Lutheran Hospital. Born April 5, 1924, in Ossian, she worked in clerical and bookkeeping for numerous companies and individuals for
RUTH MARIE HISNER, 84, of rural Ossian, died Wednesday, April 30, 2008, at her residence. Born May 8, 1923, in Allen County, she was a homemaker and helped her husband on the family farm. She was a
We’ve come a long way in television viewing since the days of “rabbit ear” antennas. From the snowy black-and-white images, to the colorful, crystal clear 500-plus channel dishes and
“Colorful Journalism in Fort Wayne,” was presented by Herbert Bredemeier before the Fort Wayne Quest Club, 22 January 1966: Mr. Carl Detzer, now Roving Editor for Reader’s Digest,
My friend, Jeff Freeman, loves to hunt mushrooms. He called and said he would come over and we would hunt mushrooms in our woods. He asked, “May I bring my cousin
Mark? I would like for you to
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
Once again, University of Saint Francis Student-Athletes excelled academically as well as athletically during the recently completed Spring Semester.
In addition to setting a team record for victories
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One day, Ali and Julie were taking a walk in the forest.
“Wow!” Ali shouted. “This one is huge!”
“All of them are huge,” replied Julie as they looked at the pretty
My dad is a WWII Vet, turning 89 in May. I am one of those rare persons with a WWII veteran father because he married late and I was a surprise even later. Like a typical boy, I grew up eager to hear
MUSEUMS ARE IN FOR HARD TIMES
The Fort Wayne newspapers have had many articles about the possibility of the very fine Lincoln Museum closing its doors. Poor attendance is part of the reason.
Once, while in Brown County, Nashville, IN, we were visiting with friends, sitting on their outdoor deck and observing a number of hummingbirds fighting over a feeder that was hanging from a tree. I
The Lauer’s-Richard A. and Jeanne “CJ” (Lynch) Lauer, 4024 Hiawatha Blvd., recently observed their 60th wedding anniversary with a reception.
The couple has three sons, Ronald A., Randy
Drawings by local YWCA founder Agnes Hamilton will be the focus of an art auction June 20 at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art (FWMoA). The fundraiser for the YWCA begins with a reception at 5:30 p.m. with
Our hills are alive in a green world today; green grass stretches to the wooded green hills and even the drizzly rain has a greenish cast. Tendrils of fog clinging to the side of the hills tell us that
Jim Sack, founder of Fort Wayne’s Germanfest, will present: A Most German Town: How Germans Came to Dominate Fort Wayne, on Sunday, June 1, at 2:00 p.m. at the History Center.
It has been said
Saturday morning, May 10, 2008 at 10 am, the Foster Park Lions Club presented the Lions top award, the Malvin Jones Fellow Award, to Mr. Pat Pedden. He managed and owned Karen’s Kitchen for many
What would posses a grandmother to try out for roller derby? In a recent interview with a Fort Wayne Derby Girl, I found out why thousands of women are skating their hearts out and risking injury for
Waynedale’s Miami Middle School Lady Soccer Team displayed outstanding ability throughout the 2008 soccer season. Coached by Doug Koerner and student assistant Dana Koomler, the Lady Indians held