Tire Rack Street Survival is a teen driving school held at a venue close to Fort Wayne where students are taught the basics of car control. Young drivers will become safer, more effective drivers.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE Marlin Stutzman, center, was the guest speaker at the Churubusco Rotary meeting yesterday. Stutzman, a…
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE On Saturday Paul’s Pad was officially open for use after a dedication ceremony. The splash…
Mr. Steve Darnell, Superintendent, will be available for walk-in discussions with parents and community the third Monday evening of the month from 4-6:30 p.m. He encourages individuals to stop by the administrative center during those times to share their thoughts with him about the district and ways the school and community can connect more meaningfully.
One Year Ago
Ann Creech was the lucky winner of one of ten $500 Meijer gift cards. The American Red Cross and Meijers partnered to award a $500 card to one lucky blood donor in the Indiana-Ohio Blood Services Region. Ann has donated blood for 27 years.
Cleary, a nationwide leader in manufacturing, delivery and construction of post-frame buildings, announced the sale of its 78,000th building.
The H1N1 influenza virus was still circulating in Indiana and preventative steps were still being encouraged by State Health Commissioner Judy Monroe, M.D.
David and Ruth Ann Figgins celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a dessert reception hosted by their children.
Nathan and Melanie Killworth celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary.
HANOVER, Indiana – Resident Robert Spencer was among 163 students who received the Bachelor of Arts degree during Hanover College’s 177th annual commencement ceremony. The graduation was held Saturday, May 29, at The Point on the College’s campus.
(Marissa (Ladig) Jasper and her uncle David Ayers on the Great Wall in May 2007.)
Dr. David Ayers, 1971 graduate of Churubusco, and son of Dean Ayers and the late Helen Ayers, step-son of Louella Ayers received an award for his outstanding contributions to International Peace and Understanding from the Akron Peace Council on July 16. Ayers was also presented with a Humanitarian Award and a certificate of Special Recognition from the House of Representatives and U.S. Senate.
The American Red Cross of Northeast Indiana announces the following Health and Safety classes during the month of September. All classes will take place at the American Red Cross located at 1212 E. California Road, in Fort Wayne.
CLICK HERE FOR LARGER IMAGE The New Era Camp Show was Friday, August 13. New Era, along with middle school…
The Collins UMC Third Annual Free Gospel Fest was a great success. The event was on Sunday night, August 15, and attended by 150 people. There was just enough breeze to make everyone comfortable.