“My goals for the next year are to search for what God would have me to do next with the experience he has given me during the past two years on this campus.” These are the words of Stephanie Demorest, the adjunct Greek language professor for Taylor University Fort Wayne (TUFW). Demorest has
Honor puts city into Hall of Fame
Mayor Tom Henry announced that Fort Wayne was named an All-America City at the National Civic League’s 60th annual All-America City awards in Tampa, Florida.
The National Civic League’s award honors communities that work together to solve issues facing cities.
Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana (YLNI) is pleased to offer a summer of farmer’s market products with extended dates and more choices for the fifth year in a row! The only market located in the Downtown Improvement District began July 11th and runs every Saturday through September 12th, from
Public Enemies is one part classic-mobster movie, one part innovation. On my part, I wasn’t all that impressed.
The movie tells the tale of famous 30’s bank robber John Dillinger (Johnny Depp), his friends, his girl (Marion Cotillard), and Melvin Purvis (Christian Bale), the FBI agent determined
Lutheran Hospital has been verified as a Level II Trauma Center and a Level II Pediatric Trauma Center by the Committee on Trauma (COT) of the American College of Surgeons (ACS). This achievement recognizes a trauma center’s dedication to providing optimal care for injured patients.
It’s the rare child who actually wants to eat fruits and vegetables. Kids are bombarded by television and radio ads for cereals, candy, and chips that contain huge amounts of sugar and large quantities of saturated fat. The sugar craving begins in childhood…kids quickly develop a taste for sweets.
Mat Latos, who pitched in Fort Wayne as recently as this season, could be in line for a promotion to the Major Leagues. If his contract is purchased this season, it would mark the first time a player has played in Fort Wayne and been called up to San Diego during the same season.
SAN DIEGO —
MAYOR’S COMMERCIAL FAÇADE GRANT PROGRAM RESULTS IN ALMOST $1.5 MILLION INVESTMENT
26 projects in targeted locations to make exterior improvements
Recently I announced that the City’s $400,000 commercial façade grant program will result in nearly $1.1 million of private investment for improving
NEW STATE LAWS MAY HAVE BEEN MISSED DURING TALK OF BUDGET SHOWDOWNS, GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWNS
STATEHOUSE – In our last column, we began a review of new state laws taking effect this month. This week, we continue that list of legislation that could have been missed amid all the talk of budget showdowns
You most likely need to save and invest for retirement. But if you have children, you also may want to put money away for their college education. Are these two goals mutually exclusive?
They don’t have to be — but achieving them both can be challenging. Over the past generation, the responsibility
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Nurse Claire Avery has her future mapped out perfectly…until she is assigned to work in the ER. Claire finds her world spinning out of control after dealing with a tragedy that hits too close to home and meeting Logan Caldwell, a handsome doctor.
A continuation of Pemberly Farnsworth’s story: It was our wedding night and I was in our motel room. More than an hour had passed since Phil (Philo T. Farnsworth) had left to return the borrowed roadster. Stretched across the big honeymoon bed, I was alone and my mind resumed its wandering.
SAMUEL J. ADKINS, 68, of New Haven, died Friday, July 10, 2009, at Parkview Hospital. Born November 10, 1940, in Harold, Kentucky, he worked at Perfection Bakery and he also enjoyed gardening.
Mr. Adkins is survived by his wife, Peggy Adkins of New Haven; children, Billy Harris of New Haven and Shannon
BYRON R. CARRIER, 78, of Fort Wayne, died Friday, July 3, 2009, at Visiting Nurse & Hospice Home. Born May 25, 1931, in Fort Wayne, he earned a Masters degree in Education and served our country in the U.S. Army. He worked for Fort Wayne Community Schools at Elmhurst and Ivy Tech, retiring
PAUL E. POIRY, 82, of Fort Wayne, died Friday, July 3, 2009, at Riverbend Health Care Center. Born on March 25, 1927, in Fort Wayne, he was the owner of City Market, retiring in 1991. He served his country in the U.S. Army, was a member of the Model A Club and past member of the Ossian Lions
BEATRICE “SUE” LINDLEY, 73, of Fort Wayne, died on Monday, July 6, 2009, at Hospice Home, Fort Wayne. Born August 6, 1935, in Huntington County, she was the daughter of the late Howard “Dutch” and Hazel (Melling) Mason.
She was a nurses aid at Byron Health Center for 18 years. She was
JOHN S. GRANTHAM SR., 74, died Wednesday, July 1, 2009 in Fort Wayne. Born on January 11, 1935, his wife, Connie survives him. They had been married for 51 years.
Also surviving are his children: Shane (Jody) Grantham, Heather Grantham, Eric (Nicole) Grantham, and Holly (Andrew) Vollink, a grandson,
The Mid-Central College Conference has selected Mark A. Pope of the University of Saint Francis as the MCC Athletic Director of the Year for 2008-09. As its selection, Pope will be the MCC’s nomination for the NAIA National Athletic Director of the Year, to be named later this year.
While Barrack feasted on rice worms Brother Lamb slowly reached for his catch pole with the loop at its end. This would’ve been rooster Barrack’s last meal on earth, but just as the monk was about to slip the noose around his neck the ground split open with a loud bang and slammed him to the ground.
There are approx-imately 23 species of hydrangeas but only five are commonly sold in this area. These Japanese natives are known as big leaf, French, garden or florist quality hydrangeas. All seem to winter hardy here even though they are only rated as perennial to Zone 6. Hydrangeas should be planted
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Who: Monson Chapel
Why: Building Fund
“Go Max Go!” shouted Sam as his dog raced through the obstacle course. Max was the last dog to race and he was neck and neck with the leading component’s time. “Wooh Max. That’s my boy!” Sam screamed as Max crossed the finish line beating the other dog by only a second. Sam ran out onto
from “Song Eternal”
It is the quiet of the morning that I love, to have my morning coffee, walking in the backyard, awaiting the song of my winged friends.
I notice a large sunflower, roses that await the morning sun, the fragrant smell of early morning dew upon flowers and spices.