Author Wayne Scott Harral Explores the Possibility of Murder on the Moon in His Novel “Moon Luck”

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Book retail price | paperback, $19.50

Author Bio

Wayne Scott Harral has been around since 1957. In that time, he has done many things and been to many places. he has a BS and MS in Civil Engineering and an MBA. Wayne has made a career of providing construction management services mostly to the rail industry throughout the U.S. Abroad, he has worked in Qatar, in the Middle East, which was truly an eye-opener to the world. Wayne has traveled extensively, having visited some 60+ countries; and he is in the Italian Alps every year.

Local Dentist Expands Healthcare Options with Fort Wayne Sleep Solutions Innovating Sleep Treatments for Fort Wayne Residents

 Dr. Jonathan Hale, owner and dentist at Hale Family Dentistry, has opened Fort Wayne Sleep Solutions, specializing in treating obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and snoring with oral appliances. A dental sleep appliance is an FDA-approved alternative for those unable to use CPAP machines or choose not to. Patients who suffer from sleep apnea may not know that there are other options for sleep apnea treatment than using a traditional CPAP machine. Many Fort Wayne residents have already begun sleeping more soundly after consulting with Dr. Hale about their snoring and sleep apnea.

Loud and frequent snoring is a common symptom of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which causes people to stop breathing from a few seconds to more than a minute at a time. These breathing pauses are repeated throughout the night, occurring up to hundreds of times during one night of sleep in severe cases. OSA is a potentially life threatening condition that can increase the risk for many severe health problems from stroke, high blood pressure and heart disease to diabetes, obesity, depression and impotence.

“Most people tend laugh and joke about those who snore, but it is almost always a symptom to a much larger issue,” said Dr. Jonathan Hale, a Fort Wayne dentist and member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine (AADSM). “Fort Wayne Sleep Solutions provide a treatment called oral appliance therapy, which uses a custom-fitted mouth guard-like device worn during sleep to maintain an open, unobstructed airway.”

Oral appliance therapy is an effective alternative to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) machines, the traditionally-recommended treatment for sleep apnea. CPAP includes a face mask, tubing and a constantly running motor. According to the AADSM, up to 50 percent of sleep apnea patients do not comply with or tolerate CPAP. For many, oral appliance devices are more comfortable to wear than a CPAP mask. The devices also are quiet, portable and easy to maintain.

Dr. Hale works closely with sleep physicians to treat snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. Unique to the dental field, Fort Wayne Sleep Solutions can submit claims to patients’ medical insurances, treat Medicare patients, and provide pre-estimates for treatment prior to receiving the appliance. “The dental industry is not familiar with medical billing, but we’ve been able to tap into it pretty seamlessly with the help of partner companies. We see value in taking medical insurance since opening Fort Wayne Sleep Solutions. Patients typically do not have to pay high upfront costs,” says Dr. Hale.

To learn more about oral appliance therapy or to schedule a consultation, visit

About Jonathan P. Hale

Dr. Hale is a member of the American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine. He earned his Doctor of Dental Surgery from Indiana University in 2015 and began his dental career in Florida. In 2017, he and his family moved back to his native city of Fort Wayne to open Hale Family Dentistry. Over the last three years, Dr. Hale has traveled nationwide to learn from leaders in the field and bring this treatment to the people of Fort Wayne.

Dr. Jonathan Hale and Fort Wayne Sleep Solutions is located at 4116 E. State Blvd., Fort Wayne, Ind. 46815. Schedule a no cost consultation with Dr. Hale at (260) 755- 5777.

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Canada – Wayne Eyre Promoted from the rank of Lieutenant-General to General, continues to Act as Chief of the Defence Staff

Ottawa – National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

Today, Wayne Eyre was promoted from the rank of Lieutenant-General to General.

The small promotion ceremony, attended by General Eyre and his spouse Jennifer, was presided over by Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada.

General Eyre will continue to lead the Canadian Armed Forces and work on important priorities for national defence moving forward. 

“I want to thank General Eyre for his continued dedicated service to Canada and to the Canadian Armed Forces. His presence this year has ensured stable leadership and progress for the organization. 

His work has been absolutely critical in helping Canadians from coast to coast, while pushing forward with the important work of transforming the Canadian Armed Forces. I am truly grateful for his work.”

The Honourable Harjit S. Sajjan, Minister of National Defence

“I continue to be inspired by the extraordinary work of the Canadian Armed Forces and the broader Defence Team. Their selfless service to Canada is unparalleled and I am proud to be part of the team.

This has been a tough year and we face more challenges and hard work ahead, but I am confident in our ability to reconstitute the Canadian Armed Forces and transform ourselves to face the increasingly dangerous world.”

General Wayne Eyre, Acting Chief of the Defence Staff

General Wayne Eyre grew up on a farm near Wadena, Saskatchewan, and spent his high school years in Medicine Hat, Alberta. He joined Army Cadets at age 12 and has been in uniform ever since.

General Eyre attended Royal Roads Military College and Royal Military College.  Upon commissioning in 1988, he joined 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI), and has had the great privilege of spending the majority of his career in deputy command or command positions, including commanding 3rd Battalion PPCLI, 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group, 3rd Canadian Division and Joint Task Force West followed by Deputy Commanding General – Operations for XVIII (US) Airborne Corps, Deputy Commander Military Personnel Command, and for a short time Commander of Military Personnel Command.  He became Commander Canadian Army on 20 August 2019 and Acting Chief of the Defence Staff in February 2021.

Operationally, General Eyre deployed to Cyprus, Croatia, Bosnia and to Afghanistan twice with the Canadian Operational Mentor and Liaison Team in Kandahar advising 1-205 Afghan National Army Brigade in combat, and as the Commanding General of NATO Training Mission – Afghanistan. More recently, he was the first non-U.S. Deputy Commander of United Nations Command Korea in its 69 year history, and as such is the most senior Canadian officer ever permanently stationed in the Asia-Pacific region.  Among various domestic operations, he was involved in the 1997 Manitoba floods, the 1998 British Columbia forest fires, 2010 G8 Summit, and commanded the military response to both the 2015 Saskatchewan wildfires and the 2016 Fort McMurray evacuation.

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