Phil’s Hobby Shop has announced their new location in Fort Wayne. With over 6,000 square feet, this new location will feature a 16-foot slot car track, a custom train display, and an exclusive
Mike Robinson, Vice President for Sustainability and Global Regulatory Affairs for General Motors, will be the keynote speaker for the 19th annual CEO Forum at the University of Saint Francis North
Early Monday morning the sun rose over Key West and it was another magnificent day with snow-white cumulous clouds billowing above. Dave’s Dad woke him and asked him to get ready for their flight
When I mentioned last time that I was tired of superhero movies, I hadn’t account for what has been touted as the summer’s biggest movie, Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises,
Have you recently received a pension buyout offer? If so, you need to decide if you should take the buyout, which could provide you with a potentially large lump sum, or continue accepting your regular
Fort Wayne’s Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) is doing well; in fact, we rank in the top 15% for economic and job growth nationwide. That’s according to a recent study by Area Development
For too long, residents of southwest Allen County have received substandard water services from the privately-operated utility company, Aqua Indiana. Poor water quality, rate hikes and severely low
I am so proud of my staff, which has once again stepped up and met the challenges of helping our community during a crisis. Many of us, including me, lost electricity for days after the storm that struck
More than 120 years ago this week, Vincent Van Gogh died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. In his short life, Van Gogh produced hundreds of watercolor paintings, sketches, and prints –
MARY C. SCHNEIDER, 84, Fort Wayne, passed away, Wednesday, July 11, 2012. She was born on March 28, 1928 in Fort Wayne to the late Charles and Latonia (Waggamon) Dalman. She spent her life working as
BEVERLY M. (POORMAN) FLECK, 78, of Fort Wayne, died at home surrounded by her loving family. She was born on March 10, 1934, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She worked for Fort Wayne Community Schools, All
Little River Wetlands Project, a local nature organization protecting almost 1,200 acres of natural and restored wetlands near Fort Wayne and Huntington, offers interesting and informative nature events
Those woodland creatures may look cute and cuddly, but don’t let that fool you. A bite from a raccoon, skunk or fox could have serious consequences, including an expensive medical bill.
Bad mouths have broken many a nose.
The Horse & The Ass
My nephew, Dougie, sent me the following quote by Larry Pillow, which he thought was memorable.
“When your horse dies, dismount.”
We all know that someone will find Jenkins’s cabin. Someday. Oh, it’s up there in those hills somewhere. We all know that.
It’s become a friendly object of conjecture and speculation.
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Yep, you read it right. Last Saturday Eleanor Burns who revolutionized the technique of strip quilting was inducted into The Quilters Hall of Fame in Marion, Indiana.
Eleanor’s path to stripper
We awakened to the soft pattering of rain on the roof, a most welcome sound after the violent thunderstorms and accompanying winds of the past few weeks. In spite of all the stormy weather, the ground
As with the rest of our physical selves, we don’t think about our bones until something goes wrong. Bones are just there, under the surface and unseen, normally never taking up space in our conscious
This is the beginning of Larry’s story: I come from the land of southern hospitality. All I ever wanted from this world was to be accepted and treated like a real person. The old timers in AA
Dr. Keith J. Harrison is joining his father, Dr. David K. Harrison, in dental practice at Harrison Dental Group, 6412 Winchester Rd. Dr. Keith Harrison was born and raised in Fort Wayne, graduating
Keith Oyer of Wayendale standing next to his hand built canoe.
“I started the canoe during the fall of 2011 and have been working as I can since then. My wife and I both like to fish and are looking
The first six weeks of college are among the most important in a student’s life. You need to learn to navigate new surroundings, people and expectations, says Levester Johnson, vice president