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Business Profile on Quantina Lake, travel agent, event planner

Business Profile on Quantina Lake, travel agent, event planner

| April 15, 2015 | Reply

By Jeanie Summerville 1.)  What is your profession and how long have you been in business? I’m the owner of Eventfulmoments Travel Agency and Event Planning Service.  I’ve been in business since last year but I’ve been providing these same services for five years. 2.)  Where are you located and what are your hours? I’m […]

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The quest for true equality

The quest for true equality

| April 15, 2015 | Reply

By Raynard Jackson During the past two weeks, Americans have lost their minds regarding the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) that was passed and signed into law by Indiana governor, Mike Pence.  My readers know I do not support homosexual marriage or the homosexual agenda of being legally protected as a class based on their […]

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Arrest made in Big Al’s robbery, homicide

Arrest made in Big Al’s robbery, homicide

| April 15, 2015 | Reply

FORT WAYNE—Police officials recently announced that they have made an arrest in a high profile murder case that occurred late last year outside a local business. On April 10, Fort Wayne police officials issued a statement saying that FWPD homicide detectives, with the assistance from the department’s Gang and Violent Crime Unit, have arrested 26 […]

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Obituaries: April 15-21 Edition

Obituaries: April 15-21 Edition

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Fort Wayne native serves aboard USS Ronald Reagan

Fort Wayne native serves aboard USS Ronald Reagan

| April 15, 2015 | Reply

By MC1 James Green SAN DIEGO–A 2012 Snyder High School graduate and Ft. Wayne, Indiana native is serving on one of the world’s largest warships, the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. Seaman Lovely Frantz is a yeoman aboard the San Diego-based ship, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier and one of only ten operational […]

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Questa offers ‘forgivable’ loans to area college students

Questa offers ‘forgivable’ loans to area college students

| April 14, 2015 | Reply

FORT WAYNE—With the cost of education continually rising, many college-bound students may be wondering how they are going to make ends meet. While there are numerous scholarship offers available at the front end of qualified student’s secondary education ventures, funds often can get tight later on, particularly in one’s junior and senior years. One option […]

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10th Annual Earth Day set for April 19

10th Annual Earth Day set for April 19

| April 14, 2015 | Reply

FORT WAYNE—Save Maumee, a renowned area environmental organization, is scheduled to host their 10th Annual Earth Day Celebration, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., April 19. “Earth Day is our way to celebrate the earth that we live upon and depend upon for our health and well-being,” said Save Maumee organizers on their website, savemaumee.org. “Join […]

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Kenya orders Somali refugee camp sheltering thousands to move

Kenya orders Somali refugee camp sheltering thousands to move

| April 14, 2015 | Reply

(GIN)–The United Nations, which is sheltering more than 600,000 refugees from war-torn Somalia, has been ordered by Kenyan authorities to relocate the camp in three months. “We have asked the UNHCR (the U.N. Refugee Agency) to relocate the refugees in three months, failure to which we shall relocate them ourselves,” said Kenya’s deputy president William Ruto […]

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First-ever training in emergency medicine begins in Ghana

First-ever training in emergency medicine begins in Ghana

| April 14, 2015 | Reply

(GIN)–In a collaborative effort between the University of Michigan, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, a teaching hospital and other medical groups, Ghana has launched its first-ever training program in emergency medicine and nursing. Some 15 specialist-emergency physicians, trained in the program,already are working in hospitals in the Ashanti, Greater Accra and Northern regions. […]

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Togolese candidates hope for change in upcoming polls

Togolese candidates hope for change in upcoming polls

(GIN)–Togolese opposition leaders are issuing calls for change—the mantra of President Barack Obama—as they seek the end of the 50 year dynasty of the Gnassingbe family in Togolese politics. Originally scheduled for April 15, a presidential election now is set for April 25 after voter lists are checked as ordered by the Economic Community of […]

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