With January, February and March accounting for the largest natural gas bills throughout the year for Northern Indiana Public Service (NIPSCO) customers – primarily due to increased usage from colder temperatures – it is a great opportunity to take advantage of available energy efficiency programs
My Mom used to cut chicken, chop eggs and spread mayo on the same cutting board with the same knife and no bleach, but we didn’t seem to get food poisoning.
My Mom used to defrost hamburger on the counter and I used to eat it raw sometimes, too. Our school sandwiches were wrapped in wax paper
Natalie Portman is on a roll. In the last two months, she’s starred in Black Swan, for which earned a Golden Globe, was featured on the cover of Vogue, announced her engagement and pregnancy, and is earning advanced praise for her performance in the forthcoming indie drama The Other Woman. Now,
O you’re a sick senior citizen and the government says there is no nursing home available for you – what do you do?
Our plan gives anyone 65 years or older a gun and 4 bullets. You are allowed to shoot 2 Congressmen and 2 illegal immigrants!
Of course, this means you will be sent
I suggest that a portion of the windfall money from I & M be used by Fort Wayne Community Schools, with the proviso that it be used to reopen Elmhurst High School and Pleasant Twp. Elementary as of August 2011.
This would relieve the seriously overcrowded conditions in the other schools,
Oooooooooo- ooooohhhhhhhhh I just have to tell you that although I had a good time over the holidays, I’m really glad to be back home and, “. . . in the groove,” as my little granddaughter would put it. She’s so sweet. Just the other day she wanted to help me bake cookies so I let her. What
SENATE JOBS BILL WOULD MAKE INDIANA EVEN MORE ATTRACTIVE TO EMPLOYERS
by State Sen. David Long (R-Fort Wayne)
Senate Republicans are introducing legislation this session to make Indiana even more attractive to employers. Our plan is simple: foster the creation of private sector jobs by lowering
Have you ever found a $20 bill in your pocket that you had forgotten about or received a tax refund that you really didn’t expect? The first impulse in these cases is usually to go out and spend the money on something fun. You might not think too much about how you spend it.
On the other
Unless you keep track of obscure holidays, you may not be aware that January 29 is National Puzzle Day. And while this day may not draw much attention, it does recognize the enjoyment that millions of people get from doing puzzles. Of course, you’ll find puzzles in all aspects of your life. Consider,
January can be a somewhat depressing month in our area because of the persistent snow, cold and dreary days. But despite the weather, this January has been very exciting for me and for Wayne Township. I was honored to have been asked to participate in two celebrations of Martin Luther King Day, and
MARK E. RATHSACK, 52, passed away Saturday, December 25, 2010 at his home. He was born May 21, 1958 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin. Mr. Rathsack worked as a key specialist for Moss Engineering. He enjoyed the outdoors and loved to spend time fishing.
Surviving are his father and stepmother Charles and
BONNIE A. KRILL, 89, of Fort Wayne, died Monday, January 17, 2011 at the home of her daughter, Diana McIntosh. She was born July 30, 1921 in Fort Wayne. Bonnie was a sales associate with Hutner’s Paris on Rudisill Blvd. from 1958 thru 1963, and then again from 1973 until she retired in 1986. She
Please join the Boy Scouts at Calvary United Methodist Church on February 6, 2011 and worship with them on Scout Sunday. Scouts will be greeting, ushering, and presenting the flags during the worship ceremony. The Boy Scouts of America usually celebrate the 101st anniversary of its
New Deer Rules
Get Preliminary Approval
The Indiana Natural Resources Commission recently approved preliminary adoption of recommended rule changes for deer hunting. Components of the proposed changes include modification of the season structure, bag limits, hunting equipment, and licensing
DEER BURGERS RAY’S WAY
2 lbs. plain deer (venison) burger (no ground pork added)
1 envelope of dry onion soup mix
1/2 cup water
Lightly greased griddle
Mix deer burger, onion soup mix, and water together. Make the deerburger into eight 1/4 lb. balls. Split and open a
During the short, gloomy days of winter, one wonders if anything could possibly grow and yet, look good enough to actually want it in your home.
Well, the good news is that there are plenty of plants that tolerate these questionable conditions. The easiest among them are the “snake plant”
When I was growing up and doing a lot of camping with Boy Scout Troop 155 (I practically lived in the woods). My buddies and I enjoyed evening campfires and telling stories, telling jokes, and even reading stories of interest by the campfire light. Some of our favorite stories
ABOITE NETWORKING IS GROWING
Come join us every Monday at Noon at our new location: AJ’s Bar and Grill
2488 Getz Rd.
Fort Wayne IN 46804
Cost at the door $2 for administrative purposes.
No automatic gratuity-please tip!
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Sometimes having coffee with the guys down at the Mule Barn truck stop doesn’t lead to scintillating conversation. Like this morning. Instead of the philosophy counter, the guys were clutched together at the Round Table.
“Anybody read the paper this morning?” Steve said.
Common Threads: Amish Quilts from the Pottinger Collection
Go to the Fort Wayne Museum of Art to see the Pottinger Collection of Amish quilts. This weekend is your last chance to view it. Sunday is a free admission day too, from noon – 5 p.m.
In 1977 David Pottinger buys a general store
Snow, snow and more snow. Snow on top of snow on top of snow. It is still snowing.
It is beautiful—even if you are sick and tired of snow. Ordinary objects have been transformed into things of beauty; even the trash cans are topped with a towering white hat. The towering hemlocks
Dave (everybody called him Shark Boy) was back at school after his hunting trip to Indiana, but not happy about it. His final hour of math class seemed like it would never end. Although he had a lot of homework assignments, he thought he could get them done on his bus and ferryboat ride back to Cruz