Raising awareness of prostate cancer through a golf outing called the Blue Ball Open, local sportscaster Kent Hormann and Cynthia Cornwell, Executive Editor of The Waynedale News have scheduled the
The participants of Holy Scripture Lutheran Church’s “Bible Soccer Camp” get hosed down by Southwest Station 1 Fire Fighters Tom Goodwin and Doug Scott at the Church’s soccer
I remember finishing the last book in the Harry Potter series and sitting on my bed for a long time afterward, unable to grasp that the books I had grown up loving and devouring in one sitting were
Folks, I have good news and bad news. Since the world didn’t end, as some naysayer predicted, I guess you’re still stuck with me. Sorry about your luck.
The Biggest Loser?
I just read Notre
If you’re like most Americans, the term “debt ceiling” probably didn’t mean that much to you until recently. Now, of course, the debt ceiling debate is front-page news, day after
INTERIM STUDY COMMITTEE PROCESS WILL BEGIN IN EARNEST AT STATEHOUSE NEXT WEEK
STATEHOUSE – Even though Indiana does not have a full-time legislature like some states, there is no “summer vacation”
Gone are the days when a romp around the Waynedale Splash Pad would mean having to navigate around the mud puddles that formed around the edges. Thanks to the Waynedale Splash Pad Improvement project
Indiana law requires townships to help residents in need with their basic necessities, such as assistance with housing, utilities and medicine. I am proud that at the Wayne Township Trustee’s
Editors Note: The Community Calendar is a free announcement service for non-profit and not-for-profit organizations’ events. Although this is a free service provided please consider a $5 to $10 donation
BURNICE E. TOOR, 87, passed away Monday, July 18, 2011 at Visiting Nurse & Hospice Home in Fort Wayne. She was a native and lifetime resident of Fort Wayne, Burnice worked as a Secretary with Fort
RONALD L. “PETE” MARTIN, 77, passed away Monday, July 18, 2011 at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne. Born in Zanesville. He was a U. S. Army Veteran and worked as a machinist with Zollner
GENE COLEMAN, 82, of Fort Wayne, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2011 at Lutheran Hospital. He was born May 22, 1929 to the late Turpin and Jessie (Applegate) Coleman. Mr. Coleman retired from the Indiana
Dear Scouting Families,
Since January 1996, Janice Heniser has worked tirelessly in our Scout Shop, helping Scouts find uniforms, unit leaders find the patches and pins they need, and parents and grandparents
Q – I hear a lot about wild boar in some surrounding states; do we have wild boar in Indiana?
A – Yes, and the wild hogs are posing an environmental threat in Indiana. By following the law
(Use ground beef if deer meat is not available)
30 lbs. ground venison
3 lbs. chopped onions
2 lb. 4 oz. (2 ¼ qt.) general all-purpose flour
19 lb. 2 oz. (2 ¼ gallon) canned
With the recent lack of rain and extreme drought conditions, it might be necessary to take a look at what you can do to make gardening an easier chore for next year. Many plants are drought resistant
I will be leaving The Waynedale News right after this issue. I’m taking a sabbatical from newspaper writing to finish my second book of humor. Of course I won’t be moving; I’ll still
Celebration 2011: Robert and Ardis James inducted into the Quilters Hall of Fame
It’s mid-July and once again it is time to trek down to Marion, Indiana for the annual celebration for the latest
I SAW GOD WASH THE WORLD
by William L. Stidger
I saw God wash the world last night
With His sweet showers on high,
And then, when morning came, I saw
Him hang it out to dry.
He washed each tiny blade of grass
Dave (everybody called him Shark Boy) and Big Jesse docked at Lovango and were lugging their excavation equipment up the hill when they saw the monk and the milkmaids hard at work. The monk was collecting
“I’m scared,” said Blinky, the lighting bug. He shook with fear. “Something is wrong with my tail-light. It won’t shine anymore.”
“I can’t see in the dark!
Eat more vegetables. Stress less. Take the kids out to the park more often. You may already have a long list of resolutions. This year, honor your spine, too.
With the help of your doctor of chiropractic,
This week’s HTYH is a continuation of a medical doctor’s story: Whenever I sponsor somebody, I strongly suggest that they join a group that studies the book, “Alcoholics Anonymous.”