Every five years or so a new fitness craze sweeps through the culture. Many people who try out brand-new workout styles eventually find that the things they learned long ago are actually the methods
This week’s HTYH is a medical doctor’s story: I just returned from Dallas, Texas where I spoke to a group of people involved with treatment centers for alcoholism and addiction and also
Shopping at your local Farmer’s Market is recommended because it is chemical free. Nutritional value begins to decline immediately after picking and continues as the produce ages. Exposure to
On May 10, St. Joseph-St. Elizabeth School, Brooklyn Avenue, held its annual “Era Day” at the St. Joseph campus. Era Day is when the teachers choose a decade and present “stations”
SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION #241 DONATES GENEROUS AMOUNT TO BOY SCOUT TROOP #344
“Now maybe some of our boys will be able to attend summer camp AND do it in proper uniform,” said Walter Pressler
“For it is in giving that we receive.” St. Francis of Assisi
Investing in your hometown is a great way to give back. And that’s what it’s all about in the life of NFL player,
Do you remember your first coach or teacher from the past? Someone who may be your mentor because of their positive reinforcements while you were growing up? Coach Brandon Exford is going to be one
The secret is out. Sertoma is probably Fort Wayne’s best kept secrets. Sertoma is an acronym for “SERvice TO MAnkind” and is an international organization. In the Fort Wayne area it
What was so damn great about
the Great Depression?
The Wet Bike
Three year-old Tami was riding her tricycle when daddy came out to bring her in for lunch.
On lifting her off of the tricycle,
Our light is ever-glowing, with the fragrance of an ever-blooming rose of Love from our Heart Center.
Growing in purpose in the Master’s Garden, we will always be blossoms of Christ’s
He was a year-old shelter dog. But even an animal deserves a second chance in life, so we adopted this shaggy, skinny mutt along with his behavior baggage from possible abuse and neglect. For more than
Memorial Day Weekend
May 28 through May 30
11:30 a.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Fort Wayne’s first swim club, Pocahontas Pool, will be hosting an open house over the Memorial Day Weekend, with free swimming,
Every spring, I keep a lookout for one of the most beautiful birds you will ever see. They are Rose-Breasted Grosbeaks and they migrate through our area on their way north to their summer homes. You
When my wife decided to clean our children’s fish aquarium with a dose of anti-fungus agent, I thought that was a good idea. Less of the green slime in the tank is a good plan if you ask me. But
Like a lot of children, I went through a phase during which I desperately wanted to run a zoo. My mother tried to tell me that to get there I’d spend years cleaning up after lions, but I could
SENATORS KEPT THEIR ‘EYES ON THE FUTURE’
Upper chamber helped turn session stalemate into success
State senators “kept their eyes on the future” during gamesmanship that could
Fort Wayne is
a City on the Move!
Fort Wayne and Allen County are “moving” into a very exciting time in our history as we move our administrative offices into Citizens Square at 200 E. Berry
Mother’s Day will soon be here. If you’re a mother, you will (hopefully) receive thoughtful cards and gifts. But there’s one present you may eventually want to give yourself, and it’s
To say that gas prices have really shot up is an understatement. High gas prices affect all of us, but put an extra burden on low-income persons. When gas prices go up, individuals with less income
DONALD E. HARRIS, 80 passed away Friday, April 29, 2011 in Greenville, Ohio. He was born February 11, 1931 in Randolph Co., Indiana to the late Norman Monroe and Frances Marie (Morris) Harris. He retired
DOROTHY MAE VOGELGESANG, 86, was called to her Heavenly home Wednesday, April 20, 2011. She was born January 20, 1925 in Fort Wayne to the late John and Helen (Steinbacher) Hermes.
Dorothy worked as
FREE CD AVAILABLE ON CONTROLLING NUISANCE WATERFOWL
If unwelcome Canada geese or other waterfowl are creating conflicts in your yard, pond or parking lot, the DNR is offering answers in the form of a
C – A – R – P
(The other fish meat.)
People ask me what is my favorite fish, where I go to fish, and why. All I have to do is mention C-A-R-P and I set my listeners into a fury. You might as
Moss in your yard or on the patio bricks, or even on your rooftops happens because of a number of reasons. Excessive shade (especially on the north side of your roof), poor drainage, lack of fertilizer,