This spring brings not only budding trees but budding revolutions sweeping across North Africa and the Middle East. The latest to join the revolutionary movement are the countries of Ivory Coast and Syria. The pattern has repeated again and again in the past weeks. Countries dominated by an entrenched
For some reason, I have a vivid memory of a Saturday afternoon spent on the couch with my family watching Arthur (1981), starring Dudley Moore and Liza Minnelli, on cable. It’s hard to say whether I was more excited or nervous about the release of a remake of such a good movie.
South Side High School is pleased to announce that the Fine and Performing Arts department is performing the classical musical “Gypsy”! The musical, “Gypsy,” is based off of the true story of the most famous burlesque dancer, Gypsy Rose Lee, and her mother, Rose’s, dreams
My nine-year-old stepson Nicholas Wamsley wanted to submit this letter after taking a walk in some woods today. He really feels passionate about how we take care of the environment.
Thanks Elizabeth Wamsley
We went in some woods in Waynedale today. We wanted to hike and enjoy the day.
When we got there
Ooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh I just have to tell you that I’m almost over the Gilly Whumps or whatever my mom used to call what I contacted about once a year. Now days everyone says I have allergies, the doctor says I have bronchitis, my friend from down south says that whooping cough
Senate Budget Adds $150M for K-12,
Statewide Full-Day Kindergarten,
Rewarding Best Teachers
School students are the big winners in the Indiana Senate’s proposed $28.2 billion two-year state budget, with $150 million being added for K-12 tuition support, full-day kindergarten (FDK) and performance-based
It seems spring has taken hold at last, so the thoughts of many property owners are turning to landscaping and gardening. As I’ve been out and about, I’ve enjoyed seeing the Main Street median and Courthouse Green come alive with daffodils and jonquils, lawns greening up and neighborhoods
If you’re purchasing a new home or refinancing your existing one, you’ve got some mortgage-related decisions to consider. And since your mortgage may well be the biggest financial transaction you ever make — and one that can affect your long-term financial goals, such as retirement —
If we are at peace within ourselves and have love, respect, understanding and wisdom, then we are in harmony with The Holy Spirit and our indwelling Christ Light.
We will serve all creation in a Godly manner as we are guided by Spirit. All our needs will be met. Nourish and bless all
KATHLYN D. BAK, 93, of Kendallville, formerly of Fort Wayne, passed away Friday, April 15, 2011 at Lutheran Life Villages, Kendallville. Mrs. Bak was born August 31, 1917 in Kendallville to the late Hyrom and Lura (Wentworth) Eminger. She retired in 1979 after 35 years at General Electric. Mrs. Bak
The next time the weather feels good and it puts you in the mood to do something relating to spring, think about your lawn. Remember those weeds you had last year…they are coming back! It is very important to get the jump on these broad-leaf perennials and to be aware that there is more than
Just the mention of the name will set my wife into a frenzy and she will instinctively reach for the anti-dandelion granules and head for the yard. Now this is all well and good when you’re living in the city and it’s like shoveling water up hill if you live in the country
SPRING TRAIL CLEANUP
It’s spring cleaning time. Come help Chain O’Lakes State Park with its annual spring clean-up hike on Saturday, April 23. After leaving from the nature center, participants will be clearing trails, marking areas that need to be trimmed with
This should be called ‘around the ol’ fishin’ hole since its coming to that time of year again. Summer is upon us and summer means ‘gone fishin’. In previous columns I’ve given you recipes for my favorite fish eatin’ – bluegills. A lot of my friends are
CSA VEGETABLE SHARE PROGRAM
We grow over 200 varieties of over 30 kinds of vegetables, including heirlooms. This year we are selling shares of our produce. For more information or to reserve a share: www.NaturallyHomegrown Farm.com
Sue Loebert at
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Arthritis is a great weather predictor. That’s about the only good thing you can say about it. Forty six million Americans, or one in five people, have been told by their doctor that they have arthritis. More than 100 diseases and conditions collectively are known as arthritis. The most common
PETS RULE AT PET EXPO
If you are a pet lover, make certain you are at the Memorial Coliseum next weekend, April 30-May 1.
The Allen County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to animals inaugurates the Northern Indiana Pet Expo and the real cool thing is-your altered cats and dogs are invited too,
All about us, the earth is waking up from the long sleep of winter. The maple trees are blooming; their twigs red-tipped and softly glowing from a distance. There is a greenish haze around the weeping willow tree, and the buds are fat and swollen on the lilac and forsythia bushes. Daffodils and hyacinths
Money can’t buy happiness and happiness can’t buy money,
but wouldn’t we all be happier if we had a little more money?
As you age, and the doctor can’t seem to figure out what’s wrong with you…that old rascal Arthuritis, always gets the blame.
Part IV of IV
Heidio was the last to have an exciting time. What would it be? Well, it was a totally different experience. She was at the beach with the other three dwarfettes when she put her hand into the pocket of her shorts. “What’s in there?” she thought. She was always stuffing
Household chores can be a pain in the sacroiliac. Unless you’re careful, routine activities around the home— washing dishes, vacuuming, even talking on the phone— can strain your back, including the sacroiliac area near the tailbone, and result in debilitating discomfort.
But you can protect
This week’s “Here’s To Your Health,” is a continuation of Scott’s story: As a result of working the Tenth Step: “Continued to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it,” sponsoring other people and following a few simple suggestions