260 Seconds with Dr. John Aden, Ph.D.

March 24, 2018

Historian Dr. John Aden is the executive director of the African/African-American Historical Museum and also serves as the diversity teacher

Ryan Krueckeberg

November 17, 2017

President of Young Leaders of Northeast Indiana
He grew up on a dairy farm in Decatur right near the state

Charles Shepard

November 17, 2017

CEO of the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
He had a set of drums and The Rolling Stones were big.

Corbin Asher

September 23, 2017

Allissa & Mark Barnhorst Would like to announce the birth of their son Corbin Asher, who was born on

Tim Parsley

July 14, 2017

Parsley completed changed his life, leaving a job as a pastor and completing his bachelor’s and master’s degrees in art. He went back to Cincinnati, where he grew up, and began creating public murals.

Violetta Todorova

June 9, 2017

In Russia, you do one thing — and you do it well. For Violetta Todorova, that one thing was violin. Meet the Fort Wayne Philharmonic’s concertmaster as she plays 20 Questions.

Bill Griggs

May 9, 2017

Back in 1871, a group of men played the very first professional league baseball game in history right here in Fort Wayne. Problem was, the site of that game was forgotten through the years. Enter Bill Griggs, president of the local chapter of the Society for American Baseball Research. He not only found the site but has played a not-so-small role in getting it recognized with a monument.

Jane Cuttitta Needham

April 29, 2017

Happy Retirement Jane! When you see Jane Cuttitta Needham RN wish her a very happy and well deserved

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