I featured Billie in our Community Spotlight in June of 2016. She recently passed away on August 9th. And between those dashes, despite her illness, she continued to tirelessly advocate for Belle Vista Association. So it is profoundly fitting that someone who dedicated her life to her neighborhood,
The 2017 Bishop Luers Men’s Knight “Smoker” is Saturday, October 21, 7 p.m. to midnight, under the tent at Bishop Luers High School. Mass is at 5:45 p.m. in the Chapel of Saint Francis of Assisi. Tickets are available pre-sale at all home football games or the door on October 21 or by contacting
Betty couldn’t believe what Maxine had just whispered in her ear. “Say that again.”
Maxine leaned across the arm of her wheelchair, raised her hand to her mouth, leaned in close to Betty’s ear and repeated her statement.
Betty raised her hands to her mouth in a show of disbelief. Her eyes grew
NOW ACCEPTING NOMINATIONS FOR 2017-18 Wayne High School Athletic Hall of Fame. The Wayne High School Athletic Hall of Fame exists to recognize and honor Wayne High School Student Athletes, Coaches, Teams and Sports Contributors of their achievements and/or contributions to the Wayne High School Athletic
When Florencio Ortiz sent off for that new slicker, everyone in town and out at the ranch knew about it. He described in detail how waterproof it was and how a cowboy just couldn’t possibly get wet with this slicker on.
Then it came, and Florencio tied it behind the cantle of his saddle each day.
City construction of the Waynedale trails project is moving along at a good clip, even though some businesses along Bluffton Road are being impacted by the work.
The project is building trails along the east side of Bluffton Road, from Lower Huntington Road to West Foster Park, according to Frank Suarez,
Southwest Honey Co. has been working hard over the past couple of years to generate awareness within our community of the difficulties that honey bees are facing on a daily basis. Many have shown support by purchasing honey or perhaps attended an educational event “Explore the Honey Bee” for kids
Columbus Day is observed on October 9. And while it may be true that Leif Erikson and the Vikings beat Columbus to the New World, Columbus Day nonetheless remains important in the public eye, signifying themes such as exploration and discovery. As an investor, you don’t have to “cross the ocean
Darren Aronofsky’s Mother! is sure to polarize audiences. Although it looks like a home invasion thriller, the film uses allegory and gore to explore an issue both ancient and timely. I cannot fully express my take on the film without discussing the plot and its interpretation, so if you do not
Traditional German Activity Returns as Summer Ends.
A Fish Fry will be held in Fort Wayne on Friday, September 22nd, starting at 4:30 p.m. Fort Wayne Sport Club, located at 3102 Ardmore Ave in Fort Wayne, will host the event.
Come join in on the fun and enjoy the opening fall fish dinner of 2017. This
PATRICIA CAROLYN DENNEY, 77, of Fort Wayne, passed away, Friday, September 22, 2017 at Lutheran Hospital.
She was born in November 12, 1939 in Bristol, Virginia to the late Clarence and Geneva (Sansome) East. She had worked many different jobs throughout her life, but mainly worked as a homemaker,
Be still. Sitting in Deacon Jim Kitchen’s office surrounded by pictures of he and his wife, their children, grandchildren, and a beautiful cross that was recently gifted to him, this was easy to do. In this moment, I felt in awe of the man sitting with me. Deacon Jim Kitchens emitted an air of
Nice Car & In Good Shape Too!
Call Mike at (260) 750-2830
Our honey is raw, local (from Fort Wayne & Waynedale Hives) and packed with pollen and nutrients from the area.
Honey is a great natural sweetener and sugar replacement.
Students at 25 Indiana schools this academic year will learn about the outdoors, thanks in part to a grant program that supports field trips to Indiana state parks and reservoirs.
The Discovering the Outdoors Field Trip Grant Program is for public, private, parochial or home-school educators and is
Recently a set of quilt blocks caught my eye on Etsy: “Vintage Quilts Blocks” it was entitled and the description read, “Probably made in the 1950s by someone in my family. Squares were never sewn into a quilt. They have been carefully stored and show no signs of age–no staining, no smoke
The Dare to Dream Youth Ranch session scheduled for Thursday, September 21, 2017, serving the ‘Littles’ from its long-standing relationship with the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Indiana, Inc., will also introduce an exciting new partnership with the Student National Pharmaceutical Association
Summer is coming to a close. Your favorite sports’ seasons are ending, the yard has started to get cluttered with leaves, and it’s almost time to hunker down for the winter. There doesn’t seem to be any good outdoor activities to enjoy with the family! “Woe be unto the outdoorsman! There’s
As your lawn slowly starts giving you a break from the need to be mowed every time you turn around, don’t forget that now is actually the best time to spruce up your lawn for next year.
SOWING GRASS SEED.
There is plenty of time to thicken up your yard for next year with a little grass seed
While the Trustee’s Office does not close on Columbus Day, we still recognize that 2017 is the 525th anniversary of Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas on October 12 (officially celebrated on October 9th this year, the second Monday of the month). I remember being taught as a youngster
One former Waynedale family is venturing to make the world a little brighter – one rock at a time.
Laura Heffelfinger-Fields and her two young daughters have begun an at-home project to pick up stray rocks, paint them with fanciful designs, colors and sayings and hide them for others to discover.
Singing duo THE J TAYLORS will perform an evening of music ranging from pop to Country and Light Rock Friday, October 20 at the Cottage Event Center on US 24 in Roanoke. The event is a fund raiser for the Shepherd’s House facility for Homeless Veteran’s located in Fort Wayne.
The October event
Tickets are now on sale for the Allen County SPCA’s signature fundraising event, Growl at the Moon. The event will take place on Friday, October 20, 2017 at 6:00pm at the Grand Wayne Convention Center in downtown Fort Wayne.
This casual, one-of-a-kind evening features food, drink, live and silent
Black mask across its eyes, small head, pointed nose and ears, bushy tail with black rings, no animal in North America is more distinctively marked, more easily recognized than a raccoon. It’s also one of the most widespread animals of North America. Its range is from southern Canada south through
Steven Curtis Chapman with Ken Abraham
Hardback, 428 pages
This book is about a boy from Paducah, Kentucky who became one of the most successful and influential Christian singers of all time. Steven Curtis Chapman’s autobiography digs into his earliest memories. He was born