Almost a year after the origination of the initiative, a weather siren for the Waynedale community has been approved to be installed within the next three months. The purchase order for the $25,983 siren has been placed, which includes a new siren, pole, and installation at Southwest Firehouse Station
MARY F. (WALL) MASTERS, 51, of Fort Wayne passed away on Tuesday, April 11, 2017. She was born on November 19, 1965 in Winamac, Indiana. She worked at Tri-State Vacuum. She was an auxiliary member at VFW #1421, American Legion Post #241, and Eagles #248. She enjoyed bowling, painting, watching racing
One of Fort Wayne’s oldest Little Leagues is one that calls Waynedale home – and one that is backed by some of Waynedale’s most prominent businesses.
From a rain barrel decoration contest to talks about honeybee science, this year’s Earth Day Fort Wayne celebration offers activities, presentations and learning stations—all focused on protecting our natural environment.
On Sunday, April 30, from 1-5PM, join staff and friends of LRWP at Eagle
“We are fascinated by shovelers,” a reader wrote recently, “Maybe you could find an upcoming article regarding these unique ducks.”
I like the suggestion. Shovelers are unique in several ways. They’re shallow water ducks, puddle ducks, like mallards and black ducks, pintails, gadwall and
A few years ago the Park and Recreation Department leaders and Mayor Tom Henry announced the restoration of the Gen. Anthony Wayne statue and the plan to relocate it across the street on the Court House Green. The press reported: “The move of the statue is an effort to give more visibility to the
It’s getting toward the end of the school year, and once again the Wayne Township Trustee Office is taking applications for the Recognizing Achievement Scholarship that we offer to graduating high school seniors who are moving on to higher education. And this year for the first time we are offering
I finished passing back the linear algebra tests that I had graded to my students. “Check the tests over,” I told them. “Check to make sure the points I gave you add up to the score that I gave you. Let me know if you have any questions, or if there is anything that you disagree with.”
When: Sat., May 6
Where: Waynedale Masonic Lodge 7039 Elzey St.
Cost: Free-Will donation
PLANT SALE – TRILLIUM GARDEN CLUB
When: Tues., May 16
8am until sold-out
Where: St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church (Fort Wayne), SW
I recently announced that nine local organizations will receive 2017 Commercial Façade Grants to improve their properties. This year’s recipients are all located on well-traveled urban corridors that the City of Fort Wayne is working to revitalize.
The local organizations include Ziegler’s Window
ANTHONY “TONY” GABRIEL, almost 94, of Fort Wayne departed this life March 17, 2017 at St. Joe Hospital. He was born in Naugatuck, CT. He worked as the chef at various area restaurants, and was the head chef at Van Orman Hotel. In his spare time he enjoyed gardening and traveling. Tony was a Marine
For more than a decade, Indiana has led the nation in fiscal responsibility by passing balanced budgets, cutting taxes, and reducing the size of state government.
The fiscally responsible foundation we have built here in the Hoosier state has helped encourage economic growth and lower unemployment
MARGARET E. STETTLER, 94, of Fort Wayne, passed away April 15, 2017 at St. Anne Home. She was born February 19, 1923 in Buffalo, NY. She worked as a homemaker and after her family was raised, she had worked as a bookkeeper for Light and Breunig and as a secretary at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church.
We woke up to a green world this morning. Seemingly overnight, new green leaves were sprouting on the trees, while green grass overspread the landscape. Lavender pink of the redbuds contrasted with the pure white of the dogwoods as they were liberally scattered over the hillsides. The sun was just
Donald Ross Golf Club is looking for partners. Be part of a dynamic work environment! We have positions open in the Clubhouse, Snack Bar and on the Golf Course. We offer competitive pay and golf incentives/plans and a referral program just for introducing us to the right hire. Email
Evolution: Scripture and Nature Say Yes!
By Denis O. Lamoureux
PB, 184 pages
Denis O. Lamoureux shares his experience of living in an “either/or” dichotomy of creation and evolution as a Christian and –at one time—an atheist. Soon after becoming an atheist, he came back to his
Over time, you will run into various suggestions for investing successfully. Yet upon closer inspection, many of these ideas turn out to be “myths” – which could cause you trouble if you treat them as solid advice. Here are five of these myths, along with some reasons for ignoring them:
If there’s one thing you can honestly say about Delbert McLain, he’s as persistent as a winter cough. As our chamber of commerce here — he’s it, you see — his fertile brain never ceases its search to turn a sleepy little valley into a cross between Wall Street and Pittsburgh.
RUSSELL G. MCMILLEN, 90, passed away Sunday, April 16, 2017 in Fort Wayne. Born in VanWert, OH, Russell worked as an engineer with Navistar for 33 years. He proudly served his country as a member of the U.S. Navy during WWII. Russell was also a member of the American Legion Post #296.
The Annual Waynedale Easter Egg Hunt held on Saturday, April 15th at the Southwest Conservation Club was enjoyed by over 200 children. The event was sponsored by the Waynedale Community Improvement Team and organized by Beulah Matzak.
Beulah states, “Our appreciation goes out to the many generous
CALVARY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
6301 Winchester Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46819
Regular Worship Times:
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When: April 29, 10am-1pm and May 3, 5-7pm
Where: Calvary United
The oldest marathon in the world and generally regarded as the most prestigious, the 121st Boston Marathon was held on Patriots Day, Monday, April 17, 2017. A total of 30,000 marathoners ran ‘The Boston’ this year, of which nearly half were women!
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer registered and ran the
Plan now for a memorable grand finale in this year’s garden. Dahlias are spring-planted bulbs with big, colorful flowers that bloom continuously from midsummer to the first fall frost.
Early in the season, the foliage of these easy-care plants provides a lush green backdrop for nearby annuals and
In The Void, a police officer, Daniel Carter (Aaron Poole) drops an injured man off at a barely functioning hospital, to be cared for by nurse-his wife, Allison (Kathleen Munroe)-and her trainee, Kim (Ellen Wong). Meanwhile, a teenage girl, Maggie (Grace Munro) waits to be seen by Dr. Richard Powell
As we enter into the season for tornadoes and inclement weather, The City of Fort Wayne, Allen County and The Waynedale Business Chamber have reached an agreement to install an emergency siren within the next 3 months. Allen County Commissioners voted today and approved an Interlocal Collaboration