Little River Wetlands Project, a local nature organization, welcomes Soaring Hawk Raptor Rehabilitators for a free presentation and hike at Eagle Marsh on Wednesday, November 19, 6:30-8 pm. Meet Sherman
Indiana Senate Republicans will focus next session on balancing the two-year state budget, protecting education funding for K-12 and higher education, and again passing the constitutional amendment
STATE OFFICIALS, CAMPUS LEADERS WORKING HARD TO IMPROVE STUDENT SAFETY
Many lessons learned from campus tragedies at Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois
Officials from across the nation learned some
I was honored to be asked again this year to be one of the Chefs for the Flavor of Fall Fundraiser for the Brenda Hanchar Foundation. As many of you know, Brenda Hanchar was a nurse and a resident of
MAYOR ANNOUNCES FEDERAL MONEY COMING TO FORT WAYNE FOR NEIGHBORHOOD STABILIZATION
Funds Will Help Address Foreclosed Properties
Recently I illustrated what $7 million of HUD funds will do to strengthen
Over the past few weeks, the country’s attention has been riveted on the presidential election. Of course, we didn’t exactly forget that we’re in difficult economic times, but we did
INTER-STATE BASEBALL LEAGUE 1900
The other day I was looking through the Encyclopedia of Minor League Baseball and came across the 1900 Inter-State Baseball League stats. The teams in the league proved
GraphyXDirect Printing made the sign. Christopher Crawford took photos and created the layout for the signage. Just Especially for You supplied all the volunteers with T-shirts made especially for them
Michael Crichton was born in Chicago, Illinois, but grew up in Roslyn, New York. His father was a journalist and encouraged him to write and to type. Michael gave up studying English at Harvard University,
MARION “FRED” BUBP, 62, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, October 21, 2008, at his residence.
Born October 12, 1946, in Portland, Indiana, he was the son of the late Clyde Bubp and Opal (Bancroft)
ANNA BELLE KNAPP, 80, of Fort Wayne, passed away Friday, October 31, 2008, surrounded by her loving family at home, after courageously fighting ovarian cancer for over 12 years.
Anna Belle was born July
While reviewing this film I plan on staying away from politics. That is a difficult task, but the movie is not necessarily sided between you’re an Obama supporter or a McCain supporter, it’s
COLOR A RAINBOW
Blue and orange fade to yellow,
Colors keep coming all aglow,
To all creatures
Above and below.
The Great Spirit continues
His love to flow.
Oh! How beautiful!
Let us all join hands.
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The fifteenth annual Aboite Township One-Room School Reunion was held on Saturday, October 4, at the Aboite Township Fire Station Reception Room on Aboite Center Road with a total of 50 in attendance.
Neil Armstrong first walked on the moon on July 20, 1969. In the 36 years that followed, Neil gave very few interviews and lived an extremely private life. Famous writers such as Stephen Ambrose and
Imagine having the world’s most advanced fitness coach at your disposal. This coach customizes workouts based on your body structure and endurance and adjusts each exercise machine’s
The Fort Wayne Derby Girls are proud to announce their first Charity Bout for the 2009 season. Since their inception in 2005, The Fort Wayne Derby Girls have raised in excess of $31,000 for local women’s
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Brittany Croy, Class of 2010
Brittany Croy has applied to attend the Molecular Medicine in Action Conference held on the campus of IUPUI during March 1-2, 2009. Only fifty Indiana high-school students
Every year I get a lot of request for live trees such as blue spruce or Douglas fir to be used as indoor Christmas trees. Some things you need to know first are that those outdoor trees can not be kept
SEASONS OF LIFE
The first time I became aware of passing time, was when I was in about the third grade. School had let out for the summer, and I was at our house on Old Trail Road sitting beneath the
COME LITTLE LEAVES
“Come, little leaves,” said the wind one day
Come o’er the meadows with me and play;
Put on your dresses of red and gold
For summer is over and the
Cheryl Nelson, Waynedale Elementary School Art Teacher, received a check in the amount of $500 from Optimist Club president Esther Donovan on Friday, November 7. Nelson has been supplementing the art