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As thoughts are turning to holiday gatherings, nearly all involving food, many in the community will be in need of assistance to provide the basic food for their families. Wayne currently has three different food pantries and each works to provide for those they serve. A Food Pantry exists at First...
Monday evening four teams were recognized prior to starting their respective seasons at the Winter Sports Kickoff. The rally was postponed from Friday evening due to inclement weather. Both the girls and boys basketball teams, the wrestling team and the cheerleading squad were recognized.
Hundreds of people took part in the annual Christmas on Main activities on Thursday night, ahead of Friday's blizzard-like conditions.Included in the festivities were specials and treats in many of the stores, a fire pit for making s'mores and the parade.Numerous entries made up this year's parade...
This past Saturday, after a good match of rugby, Rod Tompkins, along with a group of esteemed individuals associated with Rugby, took the field as Tompkins was awarded the North American Program Development Award. Tompkins explained that when everything first started, he had never heard of rugby...
The Wayne Police Department, Wayne County Sheriff's Department, Wayne Volunteer Fire Department and Providence Medical Center ambulance crew responded to a two-vehicle accident on Wednesday morning.A car and dump truck collided in the 300 Block of East Seventh Street.The accident is still under...
On Wayne State College's campus, director of Faculty Services Chad Altwine noticed that recycling bins are often used. “We do about one and a half garbage trucks each week, so it’s fairly successful.” Altwine said. “Continue to use it, we have it here for a reason.” Altwine encourages students and...
Crews from the city of Wayne and Northeast Power cut down, moved and anchored an evergreen tree in preparation for Christmas holiday season.The tree was removed from a property on West Fourth Street and transported to the corner of Seventh and Main on Tuesday morning.Lights will no be placed on the...
Jonathan Webb and Nichole Owens and their four children will be the recipients of Wayne's fifth Habitat for Humanity home.A ground-breaking ceremony was held at the site of the future home, on South Nebraska Street, on Sunday afternoon.Taking part in the ceremony were Habitat for Humanity Board...
 Pick up a copy of this week's Morning Shopper to see our special 'On the Move' section. This publication centers on all things that move -- cars, trucks, tractors, snow mobiles, motorcycles, etc. Included in this particular section are articles on celebrating 40 years for Tom's Body and Paint Shop...
In honor of Veterans Day, we've included excerpts out of two articles written by Clara Osten that ran in this week's paper, along with photos from this morning's program at Wayne High. Members of the 189th Transportation Company presented the colors at the event, and keynote speaker Duane Schroeder...

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