You choose, we deliver
If you are interested in this story, you might be interested in others from The Journal Gazette. Go to www.journalgazette.net/newsletter and pick the subjects you care most about. We'll deliver your customized daily news report at 3 a.m. Fort Wayne time, right to your email.

Editorials

  • Ulster's' 'Dr. No' learned value of 'yes'
    His followers called him “The Big Man,” and revered him as a leader. Others called him “Dr. No,” a sower of hatred and an enabler of violence.
  • BMV mess, Part II
    Governors shouldn't get mad, as a general rule. Anger and bravado can turn them into caricatures, like Rod Blagojevich of Illinois or Chris Christie of New Jersey.
  • Ulster's' 'Dr. No' learned value of 'yes'
    His followers called him “The Big Man,” and revered him as a leader. Others called him “Dr. No,” a sower of hatred and an enabler of violence.
Advertisement

Furthermore …

Carbaugh

Family first

It’s a big month for Martin Carbaugh, who was sworn in as District 81 state representative this week. He not only defeated former Fort Wayne Mayor and long-time Rep. Win Moses to win the seat, he became a big brother.

Carbaugh’s parents, Annette and Mark, legally adopted Tuwah David Carbaugh, 16, and Daniel Wayne Carbaugh, 17, last Friday. Martin Carbaugh was in Judge Charles Pratt’s court for the proceedings, happily shooting photos, then posing with the rest of the family for an official photo.

Carbaugh, 32, agreed that his family’s experience with foster care and adoption will inform some of his legislative work.

“I will bring a unique perspective, that’s for sure,” he said. “There has to be a big emphasis on adoption.”

Advertisement