David & AJ Jackson—1936 Ford pick up truck

I’m learning as a writer to use social marketing to find stories. A few months ago, I put a note on Facebook that I was looking for owners of antique vehicles to do profiles for an auto publication. Lo and behold, a friend from Taylor University-Ft Wayne contacted me about her husband’s truck. “Is 1936... Continue Reading →

Harlem Globetrotter ‘Handles’ Franklin Interview

While on assignment for the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel newspaper recently I had the opportunity to interview Harlem Globetrotter ‘Handles’ Franklin. The Globetrotters were in Fort Wayne to play at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. To say Mr Franklin values education would be an understatement. Read to discover how much this athlete cares about kids.... Continue Reading →

Teen Court volunteers judge juvenile offenders

 Angie Dial is an amazing lady running an amazing program. She’s influencing teens to stay out of trouble and possibly enter a career with the justice system. No job gets better than that.  ** Teen Court, organized in Wells County in December 1998, has offered hundreds of local teens the opportunity to see how the... Continue Reading →

In the Midst of Fear

                                                                  This devotion came after I’d read a diary kept by a friend during a hiking trip to Europe years ago. From that same diary I wrote two more stories – both religious -- about Sharon’s thoughts and feelings during her stay in Europe. All were published with her permission and I gave her copies... Continue Reading →

Jerri Lehman offers wigs to cancer patients

Women in the Wells County area who have lost hair due to cancer treatments have a convenient and economical alternative to purchasing a wig. Jerri Lehman, owner of Lehman Styling Salon and Lehman Barber Shop, offers the use of her wig bank and professional styling services at no charge to women experiencing those conditions. As... Continue Reading →

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