You may have seen an article floating around about the movies on Netflix that are too scary for people to finish. I think a few items on that list are there due to gore and low quality, but I can say that when I saw The Conjuring in the theater (to review it for this paper), I was tempted to walk
After months of renovation work, the Clyde Theater is finally getting ready to shine.
Big music shows are scheduled to visit the newly-revamped theater beginning in May, including some nationally-known acts that the building’s promoters hope will attract concert-goers from around Indiana, Michigan
The Indiana General Assembly concluded the 2018 legislative session earlier this month, passing 210 bills, 99 percent of which received bipartisan report.
Among these bills are those that accomplish our legislative agenda. At the beginning of the year, my colleagues and I considered the issues facing
GENEVIEVE “MAMAW” “JENNY” STAPLETON, 85, of Fort Wayne passed away peacefully at her home on Friday, March 16, 2018. She was born on September 6, 1932 in Middlesboro, Kentucky, a daughter of the late James and Nellie Nix. She worked at home raising her family.
She considered her family her
Happy Easter and I’m not fooling! What do these two holidays have in common: They both are linked to calendar dates. The date of Easter in the Western Church is determined differently than in the Eastern Orthodox Church. Some years they are both celebrated on the same Sunday and in other years like
The days are longer and the temperatures are warmer – so it must be spring. For many of us, that means it’s time for some spring cleaning. But why stop with sprucing up your living space? This year, consider extending the “spring cleaning” concept to your financial environment, too.
That was the message from the Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities, and if you stopped by our office this past month you would have seen on the wall in our lobby the big colorful posters shouting out that message. Step up closer to it and read in smaller print, IndianaDisability
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RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE
Thursday, April 12 8am-6pm
I want to offer my congratulations to Steve McDaniel as he’s been appointed as the new director of the Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department effective April 2.
Steve is a 26-year veteran of the Fort Wayne Parks & Recreation Department. He’s served as deputy director of asset management
BUILDING THE BODY: 12 CHARACTERISTICS OF A FIT CHURCH
By Gary L. McIntosh and Phil Stevenson, Baker Books, PB, 224 pages
What does it mean to be physically “healthy?” What about “fit?” Is there a difference between the two? These are the questions McIntosh and Stevenson explore in this book.
This month’s Community Spotlight focuses not on who, but rather what. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight Kingston’s Taste of Waynedale as this was the 10th Annual and final year of Kingston sponsoring the event.
The 2018 Taste of Waynedale was again a success. With close to 500
The month of April, traditionally a rainy period, gives way to May, when flowers will bloom because of the water provided to them by the April rains. The proverb, “March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers,” was first recorded in 1886. The shorter version in the headline above is part
ELMHURST CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
2908 Kelmar Dr.
Fort Wayne, IN 46809
Regular Worship Times:
Sunday School 9:30a
Sunday Morning Worship 10:30a
Sunday Evening Service 6p
“Hour of Power”
Sunday School For All Ages
Spring Has Arrived!
Your calendar says spring is here. The robins and the 1st plants of spring say that spring is here. And finally, our average highs for the day seem to say that spring is here. So, Mother Nature is ready…are you?
In the hardware business, our spring prep consists of bringing in
THERESA ELIZABETH NICHOLS, 31, of Fort Wayne died Thursday, February 8, 2018. Nearly 32 years ago God blessed our family with a little girl. The doctors said she would never live, but God set out to show us all who is in control. Many doctors would do nothing for her because they said, “she has
We attend a little country church in our rural community. I have been involved in many community events and have taken on lots of assignments that have come from the congregation leaders. Mostly I have worked in scouting.
On Tuesday of one week, I had been asked by the congregational leaders to take
MELVIN RAYMOND SCHWARTZ, 95, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at Coventry Meadows. Melvin was born August 24, 1922 in Fort Wayne to the late David and Louise (Bleich) Schwartz. He served in the U. S. Navy during WWII.
Melvin was a former member at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church,
My husband and I were awakened by a phone call in the middle of the night. A time of night when you get that feeling in the pit of your stomach when the phone rings, because you know it most likely is not good news.
Our 12-year old daughter was having a fun sleepover at her best friend’s house since
When: Sat., April 7
7039 Elzey St.
Cost: Free-will donation
PLANT YOUR OWN BASKET DAY
When: Sat. April 14, 9a-2p
Where: Broadview Florist, 5409 Winchester Rd.
Add’l: Build your own hanging basket, we’ll grow it for you
This past weekend Waynedale was hopping with Easter events for the kids. From an Easter egg hunt to games, activities, art and more, kids had a blast and it really got them in the Easter spirit. It was all totally egg-citing fun!
Despite the less than spring-like weather on Saturday, March 24, 2018,
It was still dark when the women arose from their beds, hurriedly put on their garments, and started down the path to the sepulcher where the body of Jesus lay. The pine torch flickered, sending out a warm smell of resin that blended pleasantly with the sweet odor of the spices that they carried to
A word of advice. If you have yet to experience Kingston’s Taste of Waynedale, you better do it this year. Kingston announced that this, their 10th year, will be their final year of sponsoring the event. Marketing Director Camille Garrison states “Waynedale has a couple of large scale new events
Officials at the Alliance of Indiana Rural Water have found the best-tasting water in the first of four regional competitions held throughout the state Indiana. On February 7th, 2018, during one of the Alliance of Indiana Rural Water’s training sessions in Albany, Indiana the winner of the first
By Samuel Parker Revell
PB, 283 pages
Jack and Laura are a married couple who ventured to Las Vega in an attempt to rekindle a dying marriage. Colten is a gas station clerk. Red is a sheriff. Molly is a runaway teen looking for adventure in Los Angeles. Boots is a lonely man who lives