The Symetra Tour rankings have been updated. Recently Luers grad, Kristi O’Brien was ranked #163, based on her Q-School #2 score last year. She played great when she passed Q-School #1 in California to qualify for the SYMETRA Tour. But she didn’t do well at Q-2 in Florida. So she fell
Garden mums, chyrsanthemums are easily fooled into thinking that every time the temperatures outside at night cool down just a little, it must be Fall, so they immediately want to set bud and flower. The problem is that just as fast as they set bud, it gets warm again and the flower buds never fully
Whether from her days as Sookie on Gilmore Girls or her Oscar-nominated role in Bridesmaids, many people have become big Melissa McCarthy fans. Her over-the-top characters and knack for physical comedy have produced a string of box-office hits including this summer’s Tammy. As much as I would
The Berne Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the 2014 Swiss Days Festival, an annual celebration of Berne’s Swiss heritage, on July 25-26. The Swiss Days Opening Ceremony will take place on the downtown stage at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 24, 2014. This year’s
In St. Joe, Indiana
July 24th, 25th, & 26th
Art and Photo Show
Thur. 4:00pm-Sat .4:00pm
Entry pick up time: Sat .4:00 pm
Check for specific times
Crafts & Vendors
Thur. 4:00pm-Sat .Dark
Bake/Rummage Sale and Kids Coloring Contest Display at St
First annual car show will benefit the town of Roanoke
Northeast Indiana can look forward to a new event this summer; the Roanoke Beautification Foundation (RBF) has scheduled a classic car show to hit the streets in July. Aptly named Rolling into Roanoke, the show will feature a unique combination
Last April when I traveled to the Harlan United Methodist Church biennial quilt show, I visited Harlan Haus Antiques where I meet owner Karma Gottfried. I relate to her my interest in vintage textiles and antique sewing accessories. Karma shows me something special. It is a wooden board with a curved
A few days ago was America’s birthday. Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is the most celebrated birthday in the United States, commemorating the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. We declared our independence from the United Kingdom, known then
“You seem kinda low this morning, Sweetie,” Marjorie said.
“Business has been kinda slow for a while now, and it’s wedding season,” he said.
Marvin Pincus’ “business” of course, is free love counseling combined with free fly tying, in hopes of bringing
AN ACCIDENTAL LIFE
By Pamela Binnings Ewen
PB, 453 pgs, $14.99
This novel focuses on Rebecca and her lawyer husband Peter, who is working for the state of Georgia to prosecute a doctor who runs an abortion clinic. The lawsuit exposes what happens
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E. JEANNETTE BLAIR, 100, of Fort Wayne, passed away, Sunday, July 6, 2014.
Surviving family include her son, Brad (Becky) Blair; 6 grandchildren, and 16 great grandchildren.
A funeral service was at 1 pm Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at Elzey-Patterson-Rodak Funeral Home, 120 West Mill St., Ossian with visitation
ERMA JANET HORINE, 92, went home to the Lord on Tuesday, July 1, 2014. She was born in Allen County, Indiana to the late Alonzo Jeremiah and Clara Minnie (Sweeny) Heckler on September 6, 1921. She was a Spencerville High School graduate, class of 1939, and married Ronald Eugene Horine on December
MITCHELL, CLYDE L., 91, was entered into Eternal Life July 5th, 2014, in Lake Placid, Florida in the loving care of his family and home hospice.
Loving father of Gary (Elvera) Mitchell, Gayle Caswick, Deborah Stein, Tammy (Jerry) Lemke , further survived by 15 grandchildren, 24 great grandchildren,
If you want to send your children or grandchildren to college, retire comfortably and achieve other important life goals, you will have to invest — it’s that simple. But the process of investing can sometimes seem anything but simple. What can you do to gain confidence that you are making
I’d like to express well wishes to a friend of mine, Mary Morris. Mary recently retired from the Fort Wayne Housing Authority. I met Mary in 1972 when we both worked for the City of Fort Wayne in the Minimum Housing Department. We learned so much about helping others under the leadership of
I want to thank all of our residents who responded enthusiastically to the City’s recent Riverfront Fort Wayne survey.
Nearly 2,600 people took our survey about what they’d like to see along the downtown riverfront. People are clearly excited about the momentum they see in our community
A recent survey by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce found that nearly 40 percent of Indiana employers left jobs open because they were unable to find qualified candidates.
As our state economy advances, we must have a workforce to match. Too many Hoosiers remain unemployed or underemployed because
Have you ever walked into your own home, and really stopped and looked at the fall hazards that exist? I’m guessing, probably not. But, if you have elderly family members who visit, or more importantly, live with you, that’s exactly what you need to do. You’ll be amazed at how many
Most of us, at one time or another, have traveled for business. Some of us do this fairly often, and when we travel for business, we’re usually getting where we’re going by plane. Air travel used to be quick and easy. But lately, within the last ten years, maybe not so much. By now, we’re
Rules we don’t agree with… are always stupid.
The Little Outhouse
I lived on a farm,
Many years ago,
That had a little outhouse,
Where I used to go.
With a Sears catalog,
That I loved to read,
And missing pages,
Used for a need.
But I couldn’t sit there,
The City of Fort Wayne continues its innovative recycling ways with a new program designed to increase recycling in locations where it’s not always accessible. The new, “Borrow-a-Bin” program will launch this weekend with the upcoming Three Rivers Festival.
The program will have