FUTURE OF ELMHURST PROPERTY REMAINS A MYSTERY

On February 13 at 6pm the Fort Wayne Community School Board of Trustees held a hearing and vote to decide to seek a buyer for Elmhurst High School and adjacent farm land. The school was closed after the 2009 – 2010 school year ended, and the building has remained vacant since.

The school Board

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CHESS MATCHES PROVIDE THRILLS

On February 1st the Miami Indians hosted the Memorial Park Pirates for a chess invitational. Twenty-six students competed in the game of intellect and strategy, and the beginnings of a rivalry could be detected. This was the first time these schools had met for this event.

Coaches Doug Koerner from

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WILL HE SEE HIS SHADOW?

Groundhog Day is not the most popular holiday in February. It is hard to compete with Valentine’s Day when the event consists of waking up at 7am to see if a groundhog walks around for a little while. Groundhog Day has stood the test of time though, and that is for one reason; hope. We gather on

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GROWING UP IN WAYNEDALE INFLUENCED NEW BUSINESS

A local businessman draws upon lessons and values learned growing up in Waynedale. Corey Ford is the owner and operator of Fort Wayne Escape Room, one of Fort Wayne’s most exciting and unique enterprises. Ford spent 18 years of his youth in the Waynedale community, and his time spent here influences

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CHRISTMAS CHEER AND CHARITY IN WAYNEDALE

On December 4th, a festive event took place at the Masonic Lodge in Waynedale. Members of HIKE, a philanthropic organization supported by Job’s Daughters, hosted Cocoa and Cookies With Santa in order to raise money for their mission to provide financial assistance to children needing hearing devices.

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