U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar’s office announced that Fort Wayne resident Gus Steigmeyer would display his award-winning project on agricultural toxins in the Richard G. Lugar Northeast Indiana Community Service Center in Fort Wayne. The project will be on display June 18 through July 2 weekdays from
Fort Wayne Community Schools Driver Education program is now taking enrollments for the second summer session, which meets July 7-25. The four-hour classes are offered between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. daily (Monday-Friday) at Anthis Career Center, 1200 S. Barr St.
Any students 15 years old or older may
The Cathedral Choir is inviting the public to a one-hour concert of all patriotic music and singing at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Fort Wayne on Wednesday, June 25, beginning at 7:00 p.m.
In addition to the Cathedral Choir, the patriotic concert will feature a brass quartet
June is one of the most popular months for weddings. This may be due, in part, to June being named for Juno, the Roman goddess of women and marriage. Of course, Juno and her husband, Jupiter, probably had very little trouble with money, but if you are getting married this month, you and your spouse
Wow!! It seems like we just finished celebrating Memorial Day, and already we are looking forward to the July Fourth holiday. The days and weeks seem to go by so quickly in the Summer, don’t they?
We are continuing at Wayne Township to help our clients with the goal of transitioning them from
TOUGH NEW LEGISLATION WILL IMPROVE PUBLIC SAFETY
Laws will protect domestic violence victims; target sexual predators, impaired drivers
Safety of Hoosiers was a priority this year, with lawmakers passing legislation to protect victims of domestic violence, keep violent sexual predators off the streets,
City Utilities hosting series of meetings about long term control plan
City Utilities will host a series of introductory public meetings to inform and educate City Utilities customers about the City’s long term control plan to significantly reduce combined sewer overflow into Fort Wayne’s
MILDRED I. GRAFT, 89, of Fort Wayne, passed away Friday, June 13, 2008, at her residence. Born January 6, 1919, in Warren, she was the daughter of the late Kenneth A. and Carrie L. Hawkins. She was a bookkeeper for her husband at O.C. Graft & Sons. She was a member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church.
SHAWN MARIE WARD, 32, of Roanoke, died Monday, June 2, 2008, at Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne. Born July 19, 1975, in Fort Wayne, she was a member of Arcola United Methodist Church. She was a Pharmacy Technician at Walgreen’s in Waynedale and the Paulding Road location. She was a loving wife
MARY I. CRICKMORE, 85, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, June 10, 2008, at her daughters residence in Fort Wayne. Born March 24, 1923, in Fort Wayne, she was a homemaker.
She was a member of Receptive Homemakers Club, Tri Lakes Overlanders Camping Club and Antiques Club. She was a member of Elmhurst Church
DONALD C. REICHERT, 89, of Fort Wayne, passed away Monday, June 2, 2008. Born April 29, 1919, in Fort Wayne, he was the son of Joseph and Alvina Reichert. In 1937, he graduated from South Side High School and then enrolled in Franklin College where he played basketball, baseball and football.
JANE L. BEERMAN, 94, of Fort Wayne, died Saturday, May 31, 2008, at Hospice Home. Born July 19, 1913, in Fort Wayne, she was a homemaker, and member of Hope United Methodist Church in Hoagland.
DONALD J. BELLIS, 75, of Fort Wayne, died Wednesday, June 4, 2008, at Englewood Health and Rehabilitation. Born July 22, 1932, in Payne, Ohio, he was a member of Waynedale United Methodist Church.
He was a Korean Army veteran. He retired from International Harvester in 1986 and then worked at
Scented baits catch more fish. That’s a fact. And because of that, scented baits of various styles are hitting the market at a seemingly weekly basis. With the glut of new products out there all vying for your dollars, anglers need to become familiar with the subtleties and limitations of these
Kung Fu Panda
It took me a while to decide which movie to do my first review for The Waynedale Newspaper because, honestly, there wasn’t much out that I wanted to see. From early days, I kept watching previews for Kung Fu Panda and just thought it was going to be another DreamWorks animated
Colorful Journalism in Fort Wayne, was presented before the Fort Wayne Quest Club on January 22, 1966 by Herbert Bredemeir: An early editor of the News was Jessie Austin Greene, who was born in Indianapolis March 3, 1867, the son of a pioneer Methodist minister. He graduated from Wabash College and
The American Red Cross encourages all citizens to learn the skills necessary to save a life in cardiac arrest situations through Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR). In recent weeks, discussion about “Compression-Only CPR” has surfaced in news reports and the medical community. In response,
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 submissions on a timely basis.
In the Medicine Wheel, there are four basic things to reflect on and meditate and pray upon for our spiritual balance. The first is to look within ourselves, to do some introspection of where we are on our Earth walk. This is the west direction of the Medicine Wheel, and it is here where we seek the
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On Sunday, June 1, 2008, Kay Stark was doing her regular Sunday after church routine of clearing her computer and checking numbers on the Lottery website. When she compared the winning numbers on her computer’s screen with the Power Ball ticket in front of her, she was shocked to see the first
LAKE LAYERS’ TEMPERATURES AFFECT FISH LOCATION
As spring temperatures rise, natural lakes across northern Indiana begin to divide themselves into three distinct thermal layers. How deep each layer becomes and how much oxygen each layer holds will ultimately affect fish and fishing throughout
It is custom to display the national flag from sunrise to sunset on buildings and on stationary flagstaffs in the open on all days that weather permits, but especially on national and state holidays and other days that may be proclaimed by the President of the United States.
The U. S. flag may be displayed
SHORTAGE OF WOOD FOR BASEBALL BATS?
The Baseball Commissioner has announced his next investigation will be the quality of baseball bats.
It is no doubt true that bats are shattering a great deal more than years ago. I remember bats cracked and they were taped with friction tape and we kept on using
There are a few steps you can take to ensure that your tomatoes will be disease-free, clean and without cracks. Moisture seems to be the key factor in raising the best fruit. While mulching around your plants helps to hold nice, even moisture, it is advised that you not add too much, too soon, as