Actor, director and producer LeVar Burton, star of such renowned projects as Reading Rainbow, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Roots, will be the featured speaker for the Fort Wayne Educational Opportunity Center’s 35th anniversary fundraiser on Wednesday, April 17.
“LeVar Burton has translated his movie and television fame into a passion for making early [...]
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Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives Brian Bosma appears to like dark, smoke filled rooms out of the public eye when it comes to legislation. In a letter written February 19th, Bosma explained his dissatisfaction with the Governor for not keeping his mouth shut on the Indiana budget, and Pence’s proposed tax cut. As a [...]Continue Reading →
Marcia Linsky, was one of two magistrates who oversee the misdemeanor and traffic court for the Allen Superior Court.
Linsky also sits on the board of directors for Blue Jacket, Inc., a non-profit agency that provides training, employment and vocational direction to convicted ex-offenders in the greater Fort Wayne/Allen County region.
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Okay folks. This involves Senate Bill 0230, and here’s the basics.
IC 1-1-2-1; IC 1-1.5; IC 35-51-1.1.
Synopsis: Applicability of federal law in Indiana. Provides that any federal act, order, law, rule, regulation, or statute found by the general assembly to be inconsistent with the power granted to the federal government in the Constitution [...]
On Facebook, the liberals are all over the phrase, “well regulated militia.” Just today, someone posted this on my wall.
For the MILITIA to have guns…oh, and they didn’t have assault rifles when the Bill of Rights was written…just sayin’. However, this point always falls on deaf ears…
Ignore the facts, and believe everything the [...]Continue Reading →
John B. Kalb, 77, passed away Thursday. Many readers of this blog know who he was, and how he stood up for the little guys.
He will truly be missed. Below is a picture of John in uniform in the door of his Mister Softee truck with four young customers, in June of 1959 in Fort [...]Continue Reading →
It’s been a while since I posted one of these. The focus is to highlight offenders against childen that work in retail establishments where children are present.
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From the mayor’s office:
Fort Wayne, Ind. – Fort Wayne Mayor Tom Henry today provided a progress report on Legacy Fort Wayne and announced that several Legacy projects are ready to be presented to City Council for approval.
A resolution on Legacy projects will be introduced and discussed at City Council’s meeting on December 11. It’s [...]Continue Reading →
We visited the new Spring Street bridge last week after receiving a tip regarding cracks appearing. Sure enough, they were there, and there’s plenty of them. On the south side of the bridge, we discover 28 cracks within the first half of the span.
City of Fort Wayne partnered with the Allen County Highway [...]Continue Reading →
DEVELOPING: We have confirmed through multiple sources that Pat Miller will be returning to his golden mic at WOWO. Miller will resume his position on the 3-6 p.m. drive time slot, effective January 2nd.
You’ll recall that Federated Media hired the oft arrogant and antagonistic Gregg Henson as its program manager back in 2011. Henson was very successful [...]Continue Reading →