I AM SO PROUD OF THESE GIRLS! Every single one of them is getting better by the week! They are all playing their best basketball of their life, as far as I can tell. Put it this way, I personally have never seen any of them play this well. And it all starts with Coach Pixley. He expects them to play
As one of more than 200 councils of Girls on the Run (GOTR) International, GOTR of Northeast Indiana, serves 8 to 11 year old girls in Northeast Indiana. Their mission is to inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.
Paul Dean Sills and Aletha Ann Bridegam will be celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary on April 3, 2016.
The couple were united in marriage at 2:15pm at the First Church of God in Columbia City, Indiana.
Paul retired in 2005 as a cook.
They have a daughter, Patti Kaye Sills and granddaughter Adrianna
In the course of my tenure as Wayne Township Trustee I have come to feel strongly that education is the key to solving the problem of poverty in our community. That is why, four years ago, I established the Recognizing Achievement Scholarship. At the annual Holiday Celebration that was held in December
An annexation plan that would add nearly 23 square miles and approximately 22,000 people in an effort to continue the growth and positive momentum being experienced in Fort Wayne was announced on March 14.
The North IV annexation boundaries are Gump and Hursh roads to the north, City of Fort Wayne
When the Indiana General Assembly’s 2016 legislative session began in January, the members of the Senate Republican Caucus unveiled a legislative agenda aimed at moving Indiana forward.
We set out goals to improve our road infrastructure, spur regional economic development, establish stronger penalties
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It seems that at least once a month, some sort of senior fitness competition is featured on the sports page of local and national newspapers. The Senior Olympics was the forerunner of these types of events, and the designation quickly morphed into the National Senior Games. Soon localities and municipalities
MILDRED “MILLIE” SHURBOFF, 91, of Fort Wayne passed away, Thursday, March 10, 2016. She was born July 31, 1924 in Milwaukee, WI to the late Gregory and Mary (Martinz) Stase. She worked as the manager and owner of the Office Tavern from 1974 to 1998. She was a member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church.
MICHAEL MERLE SEIY, 66, of Fort Wayne passed away March 16, 2016 at Coventry Meadows. He was born January 14, 1950 to Merle and Grace (Schneider) Seiy. He was a member of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church. He was self-employed in the computer programming industry.
In addition to his mother, he is survived
DONALD CHARLES FAVORY, 86, of Fort Wayne, passed away Tuesday, March 15, 2016. He was born October 29, 1929 in Fort Wayne to the late Charles and Leota (Barker) Favory. He was a 1947 Elmhurst High School graduate and served in the Army during the Korean War. He was Owner and Operator of Favory Auto
The sun is shining brightly on this spring day, with a restless March wind blowing through the budding maple tree. Spring peepers announce loudly and persistently that spring has arrived. From pond and puddle, their shrill piping resounds in a jubilant chorus. At daybreak, the songbirds greet the
The 26th Annual Gathering of Quilters held at Wayne High School on March 19 was a resounding success. Over 600 quilt enthusiasts mainly from Indiana, Michigan and Ohio pre-registered and others dropped in to enjoy the day’s activities. Attendees found Pat Sloan’s lecture to be funny and informative.
By Karen Kingsbury
HB, 310 pages
Jag and Aspyn are angels sent to earth with an important mission—protect the lives of Marcus Dillinger, Mary Catherine, and their friends. There is only a small chance their mission will be successful, and there will be a large price to
Fort Wayne Community Schools’ elementary schools invite parents of students entering pre-kindergarten and kindergarten in the fall to learn more about FWCS’ programs and sign up for the 2016-17 school year.
Schools offering pre-K will have early registration at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 22. All elementary
Have you been discussing the possibility of homeschooling your child with family and friends? Odds are some of these individuals have not encouraged you and possibly flooded you with negative comments and what if questions.
What do you do when you don’t receive support from those whose opinions matter
You know what I’m afraid of more than aliens? Car accidents and strangers. 10 Cloverfield Lane takes a step back from the sci-fi scares of the first film in the franchise and instead presents audiences with an emotionally complex nail-biter about a woman held captive in an underground bunker, allegedly
April showers may bring May flowers, but March is National Umbrella Month. While ranking high on the list of truly obscure celebrations, this “Month” can still teach us a few things – especially if we think about “umbrellas” that can help us protect our financial goals.
Consider these key
Partners for 22 years at JW Signs, Jon Walker and Nancy Woosley have made a lot of friends through the years. Could be because they are so supportive of many Waynedale special events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Taste of Waynedale, Annual Picnic, Trunk or Treat, Christmas in Waynedale and more. It’s
The Waynedale Community Improvement Team (WCIT) and several area businesses will again sponsor an Easter Egg Hunt for the Waynedale Community at the Southwest Conservation Club on Saturday, March 26, beginning at 10:00 a.m. The Conservation Club is located at 5703 Bluffton Road.
This is a free outdoor
SCAN, Inc. is accepting lunch orders for its 31st Annual Brown Bag Lunch fundraiser to take place on Wednesday, March 16, from 11am-1pm.
Lunches must be pre-ordered, and are anticipated to sell out for the fourth consecutive year. New this year, orders can be placed online! They can also be submitted
On March 2, Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School 5th through 8th graders went back in time to the 1970s with Era Day. Era Day is an annual school event when the students explore and learn about American life during a certain decade.
The students moved about to different classrooms during Era Day
Kick off St. Patrick’s Day with Deer Park Irish Pub’s 18th annual Clover Classic! The best and biggest St. Paddy’s celebration in Fort Wayne, Deer Park plans to turn the city green. With The Peoples’ Parade, men & women’s keg-tosses, shamrock sprint, live music, Irish delicacies, and