It’s time to tackle the socially active issue as in, “I want to homeschool my child but how will I keep my child socially active?” or “How will your child learn to interact socially being homeschooled?”
I think it is rare for filmmakers to really portray children playing authentically, capturing the randomness and abandon in their fun. Mustang, the French film nominated for Best Foreign Language Film
As you’ve no doubt noticed, your trips to the gas station have been a lot more pleasant these past several months. There’s not much doubt that low oil prices have been welcome to you as a driver.
Having a pair of healthy hips is a key to healthy aging. But healthy hips are not only important for people in their 60s, 70s, and beyond. Your hips are one of your most important structural components,
Some of our clients have very little income and do a good job of managing the little that they have. Some have more income and may not manage it well. I’d like to offer some words of advice.
A check covering 75 percent ($862,946) of the funds needed to buyout 18 flood-prone homes was recently presented to the City of Fort Wayne by the Indiana Department of Homeland Security/Federal Emergency
The Indiana General Assembly has long prioritized Hoosier students and educators. Over half of our state’s general fund is devoted to K-12 education, making Indiana third in the nation for the percent
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For most people plants are difficult to grow and keep alive and healthy. This is especially tough inside the house during the winter months. But there are a few plants, both blooming and non-blooming
ANNABEL JANET KING FRENCH, 90, passed away on January 10, 2016 while a resident of Heritage Pointe Methodist Home, Warren, Indiana.
Born Febuary 22, 1925 she was the only child of the late Thomas Edward
VIRGINIA “SUE” DRUMMOND ENYEART died January 12, 2016. She was born on August 12, 1924 in Hannibal, Missouri and grew up in Elkhart, Indiana.
During her 57 years of marriage, her and her husband
MICHAEL T. EGTS, 63, of Fort Wayne, passed away peacefully on Saturday, January 23, 2016, surrounded by family. He was born November 30, 1952, in Fort Wayne, a son of Clarence Egts and Concetta (Talarico)
by Rachelle Dekker
Tyndale House Publishers
Who am I? It’s a question that looms before everyone, and the world offers a thousand answers. I am a consumer. I am a patriot. I
AT MY CABIN DOOR
By Ross David Fortner, Jr.
Howl, mighty Wind,
Breath of winter come, knock upon my cabin door.
Beckon my soul to wander
Upon your mighty gale,
To enter into
As exciting as 2015 was, 2016 looks to bring even more excitement to the local quilt scene.
On Saturday, March 19, International Quilting Day will once again be celebrated as the Appleseed Quilter’s
Animal Care & Control is offering free straw to any Fort Wayne City resident in need of animal bedding during these cold days of winter. Pet owners are urged to continually monitor the needs of
Mad Anthonys Children’s Hope House announced their ribbon-cutting ceremony for its expanded gift shop operations held on Tuesday, January 12 at Dupont Hospital, 2520 E. Dupont Road.
“Since May 2013,
Cadet Jackson Pierce is currently a second year cadet at The Virginia Military Institute (VMI) in Lexington, Virginia. Jack is studying on a four year Army ROTC scholarship. He is a Biology major, an
This Valentine’s Day take your sweetheart on a trip that won’t be forgotten — to the largest documented winter eagle roost in Indiana.
Eagle watches will be offered February 13 and 14 through DNR’s
Erin Acker Floyd states, “I’m a Waynedale girl.” Born and raised in the Lakewood Park subdivision, Erin attended Waynedale United Methodist Preschool, Maplewood Elementary, Miami Middle School
Bishop Luers students tend to set onerous goals, and through perseverance and determination, are able to not only meet their own expectations but exceed others as well. On November 1, 2015, Senior Ben
The Revenant, which means “one who has returned, as if from the dead”, is our semi-annual reminder that the frontier was violent, dangerous, and bleak. The film also features a performance from