NFL players who excel on the field and in the community are continuing an NFL-USO tradition initiated more than 45 years ago as they take part in weeklong visit to U.S. troops at military bases throughout the Middle East.
Carolina Panthers punter JASON BAKER, former NFL linebacker DHANI JONES, Cleveland
After eating a big farm breakfast the captain and Dave headed west for Sanibel Island. Dave was driving and the captain started reviewing his call list—Big Jesse was at the top of the list—he appeared more than 20 times on the missed calls window. Jesse answered on the first ring and before they
I think The Lorax was my favorite Dr. Seuss book growing up. I loved when the Lorax jumped out of the stump and there was something hilarious and touching about how outraged and bossy he was. It looked to me that Danny DeVito would be a perfect person to voice the Lorax. In fact, doesn’t he
It has been a great privilege to participate in the Waynedale Community Improvement Team with a dedicated group of people. Waynedale is home to many great events and the team looks forward to creating events that help knit residents together and promote Waynedale to others in northeast Indiana.
I have spent the early weeks of my second mayoral term working to ensure that Fort Wayne’s financial base remains strong into the future. To that end, I recently created a Fiscal Policy Working Group to examine the current fiscal landscape and provide policy guidance to City of Fort Wayne decision
2012 LEGISLATIVE SESSION WRAP-UP
The recently concluded 2012 legislative session may have been quick – just under three months, as prescribed by law – but lawmakers were able to achieve some major legislative victories for the people of Indiana.
Chief among those accomplishments was passage of a
I am pleased to report that the Indiana General Assembly, during this past session, did not eliminate Townships or make any substantial changes in the operation of your Wayne Township Government. We will continue here at Wayne Township to provide our residents with professional and efficient service
SPRING HAS SPRUNG
May our Creator watch over us and hear our songs of joy in our hearts and see the smile on our faces …knowing that we are blessed.
That’s life. That’s love.
That’s The Way Shower.
He loves us.
You know who The Way Shower is, don’t you?
HILLARD DAN HINER, 86, passed away Thursday, March 15, 2012 in Fort Wayne. He was born July 26, 1925 to the late Hillard and Lucile (Clark) Hiner in Peru, Indiana. He was a mechanical engineer, a truck driver and a farmer. He was member of Masonic Lodge #725 for 59 years, Scottish Rite for 59 years,
ELLEN LORAINE SPRUNGER, 93, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Thursday, March 8, 2012. She was born Friday, September 13, 1918 in Fort Wayne to the late Kurt Adler and Anna (Stewart) Pender. She graduated from Northside High School. Mrs. Sprunger worked for Indiana Bell as an operator for 6 years
You’ve got until April 17 to contribute to your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) for the 2011 tax year. That’s not a lot of time, but if you have some money available, and you haven’t completely funded your IRA for 2011, consider doing so before the deadline. And once you’ve
The garden catalogs start coming out when the snow is too deep to even find dirt. But we don’t care. This is a catalog time of year, a time for making plans and figuring out how to do something even better than we did last year. There in the fishing catalog is that new fly-tying vise. I know
It is agreed that buying certified seed potatoes is best to help avoid any potato diseases or viruses that could be present in regular store-bought potatoes. These viral problems can get established in your garden soil and cause problems to re-occur for many future years to come. Store-bought potatoes
Lately, I have noticed a lot of news regarding all aspects of the body. According to one report I read, this is a multibillion dollar-a-year business. I never knew my body was worth so much money. I’m tempted to sell it, or at least rent it out on a part-time basis.
I did not know how big of
$125 QUEEN PILLOWTOP
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PART-TIME PARKING CASHIER WANTED
Downtown Fort Wayne locations.
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A Waynedale church is gearing up to assist those affected by the devastating tornado that struck southern Indiana recently.
Needed are items such as, toilet paper, facemasks, paper plates, paper towels, diapers, gloves of all kinds, plastic trash bags and hygiene products. These supplies can be brought
THE WOMAN WHO
Three years ago Perfect Location Realty moved into the Macedonian Tribune building that I manage for the Macedonian Patriotic Organization. A fledging real estate company, co-owners Zack Wilson and Justin Geeting brought a youthful vibrancy to a building which had lost
There’s a month in each year,
That always seems drear
For thirty-one days or so,
But look at it right
And all will seem bright,
And jolly wherever you go.
For March is a jolly old month you know,
Jolly as jolly can be;
Sometimes it’s snowing and freezing and blowing,
Don’t retire before you expire.
(An ad as it appeared
in a British newspaper).
For sale: wedding dress
~ worn only once ~ by mistake.
The Steal Business
I have a friend who is in the steel business. One day, when a stranger inquired what he did for a living, he answered, “I’m
Man and Machine
Is a computer like a human brain or is a human brain like a computer? When machines allow us to extend our abilities, are we enhancing our humanness or becoming more machine-like? What are the meaningful distinctions between humans and machines and how do these impact our daily pursuits
This week’s HTYH is the beginning of Dave’s story: The age of miracles has not passed, they’re happening all around us and if you like happy endings you’re in the right place. AA is full of happy endings. There are, of course, a few sad songs about the ones who took an arrow
Andrea Ledgerwood of Angola and Travis Koester of Wadesville are the state winners of the 2012 youth essay contest sponsored by Sen. Richard Lugar, Indiana Farm Bureau Inc. and Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance.
A total of 595 eighth graders from 31 counties participated in this year’s contest. Ledgerwood,