Continued From March 4th Issue
After mother’s death, four months earlier, my younger siblings were trying to be brave; they were like three little lost lambs. Inadequate as I felt, I was all they had to cling too. How could I agree to be married and leave them? There was just one answer: I couldn’t.
The History Center commemorates the bicentennial of President Abraham Lincoln’s birth with the exhibit “The Faces of Lincoln, Part III: Idealizing the Image,” on display April 3 through May 15, 2009.
The Faces of Lincoln is a three-part exhibit that is comprised of holdings from the Jack Smith
The Sisters of the Cloth Quilting Guild, Inc. is hosting the 19th Annual Gathering of Quilters at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on National Quilting Day — Saturday, March 21, 2009. The show starts at 8 a.m. and closes at 4 p.m. The registration fee is $20. The theme for this year’s
Editors Note: Alyssa Fleming is going to college in Madrid Spain. Her grandparents live in Wayndale & they are sharing some of her E-mails with us.
Hola! Qué tal? I am not sure how to do the upside down question mark and exclamation point yet. Anyways, I have been back in Spain for about a month
SENATE’S PLAN ALLOWS COUNTIES, VOTERS TO DECIDE REORGANIZATIONS by State Sen. David Long
(STATEHOUSE) – According to the National Association of Counties, Indiana is the only state in the nation that divides fiscal and legislative policy-making decisions between two groups – boards of commissioners
Some of my administrative staff recently visited the Ave Maria House. This is the facility that opened this past Summer to provide a day shelter for homeless persons.
My staff was very impressed with the work this new shelter is doing to help the homeless population in Wayne Township. The shelter is
If you already contribute to an IRA, then you’re taking an important step toward building the financial resources you need for retirement. If you don’t have an IRA, then you might want to consider opening one. But which one?
Your two main choices are a “traditional” IRA and a Roth IRA. These
MAYOR ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF PROGRAM TO SPRUCE FACADES ACROSS CITY
Strong Response Yields More Funding for Projects
Earlier this month, I announced the recipients of the City’s first Commercial Façade Grant program with members of the business community along the North Anthony corridor.
One day Nick and Lucy were in class working on a letter, when a nice PTA parent walked in and said, “Raise your hand if you would like to try out for cheerleading, or basketball.” Nick quickly raised his hand happily, as Lucy’s smile faded. “Lucy! You love basketball. Why wouldn’t you try
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
I remember seeing the first live action Street Fighter movie based on the video game series of the same name when I was a kid. It came out in 1994, so I was about 9 or 10 when I saw it. Of course, I loved it. It was campy, action-packed, and starred Jean-Claude
REECE “HUTCH” HUTCHINGS, 87, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Sunday, March 8, 2009, at Hospice Home. Born January 11, 1922, in Sparta, Tennessee, he joined the U.S. Army at the age of 17, becoming one of the first members of the 101st Parachute Battalion serving in Japan, Germany, Philippines, the
BARBARA ANN RAY, 75, of Fort Wayne, died Wednesday, February 25, 2009, at Lutheran Hospital. Born January 5, 1934, in Chicago, Illinois, she was the daughter of the late Marshal B. and Ethel (Henneicke) McNutt. She was a bus driver with Fort Wayne Community Schools from 1967 to 2004 and a member of
ZOLA MARIE BRAND, 96, of Fort Wayne, died Tuesday, March 3, 2009, at Parkview Hospital, Fort Wayne. She was born on January 24, 1913, in Fort Wayne. She worked at General Electric during World War II and retired from Fort Wayne Community Schools as a custodian.
Surviving are son, Jack Johnson of Fort
RICHARD N. WYSS, 81, of Fort Wayne, died Sunday, March 8, 2009, at Lutheran Homes. Born December 18, 1927, in Allen County, he was a life long farmer and member of St. Therese Catholic Church. He served in the Army during the Korean Conflict.
Surviving are his sisters, Marjorie (Donald) Borne, Ileen
STEP BY STEP
(from “Song Eternal” by Dancing Feather)
When we are on the wrong path of life and tempted to continue, we need to talk with Grandfather (God). He will tell us, temptation is common to man. It is easy to follow its path. We need to follow our brother (Jesus). He knows the path
During last year’s boisterous, historical, and sometimes hysterical presidential election, campaigners spared no words to elevate their man or woman. One of the lofty pontifications flowed from the tongue of world famous Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, and known for his Million Man
Most folks that are looking to buy a shamrock are really in the market for the oxalis plant. Oxalis is grown from tiny bulbuls, which rapidly re-develop underground and continue to grow year after year, making it a perennial. Sometimes, if you get a hold of the wrong variety of oxalis; i.e. wood-sorrel,
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PROFESSIONAL INDOOR FOOTBALL
What: Fort Wayne Freedom Football
Dogs and owners are invited to the second annual Easter Bone Hunt, sponsored by Happy Dogs Daycare to benefit the pet adoption and volunteer programs of Animal Care & Control.
Dogs should arrive on leash Saturday, April 11th at Franke Park pavilion one for the event. All dogs will be admitted for
March entered out hills like a bad-tempered lion, scattered some snowflakes hither and yon, and brought frigid temperatures both day and night. Tulips that had raised hopeful heads through the dirt in the flower bed hunkered back down to await a warmer day. Trees held their buds in and shivered in
THE GIFT OF FAITH
I have just returned to Louisville from the Fort. I wanted to share my experience of this last couple of weeks with you:
It began with a call from my sister, Kathy. From the solemn tone of her voice, I knew this was not a routine call. I went in my bedroom and shut the door. I
This week’s DYK was written by a prominent professor with long-term sobriety: We could study a tree for the rest of our life-time and never know everything about it, but what about the ground it grows in? The ground is something totally different from the tree. Yet a tree can only sprout and grow
This week’s HTYH is a continuation of Tim T’s story: I had a bad attitude, that’s what it said on my third grade report card; Timmy doesn’t play well with others. I got arrested a lot; I wasn’t a violent criminal, but rather a stupid criminal. I got arrested for stupid things. I got arrested