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While school's close to winding down, United Way of Howard County's kindergarten readiness programs are gearing up. [Read More]
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When Lisa Kimbrough switched gears in May and went from being a nurse at St. Vincent Kokomo to the owner of her own weight loss... [Read More]
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Good news for the shot-averse: the CDC dropped the number of recommended doses of the HPV vaccine for younger adolescents. [Read More]
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Jeffrey Bennett had the smells of rice and beans wafting through his dental office, Bennett & Jones Dental Care, last week as he took the... [Read More]
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Since the start of Rick Hagenow's career with Kokomo School Corporation 41 years ago, he always told students there was more than one way to... [Read More]
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Rhonda Eastman wasn't expecting to find out she had serious blockage in four major arteries when she signed up for a heart scan. [Read More]
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When Vietnam veteran George Dean returned home on Aug. 24 after playing pool, his house looked nothing like how he left it. [Read More]
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While Jacquelyn Thomas-Miller retired from Kokomo School Corporation as a special education teacher and administrator, she's far from through with teaching area youth. [Read More]
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Steve Hodson saw a whole new side of the union last year when he took the reins as president of UAW 1166. [Read More]
For the second consecutive year, Western Intermediate School students were awarded the Pink Sneaker from Kokomo Rescue Mission (KRM) for being the top fund-raising team... [Read More]
The Kokomo YMCA has something going for it that most Y's don't: a brand-new, state-of-the-art building. [Read More]
Ayanna Howard worked for NASA to develop the next generation of Mars Rover, and now she's working to develop the next generation of engineers. [Read More]
Comics Cubed is offering up another dose of a comic convention. [Read More]
Andrew Springer sat in Bona Vista's A.M. program last week, creating a stained glass jar to put in the gift shop. The money generated from... [Read More]
The Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza will receive an upgrade in the form of the city's first-ever interactive outdoor informational kiosk by month's end. [Read More]
The annual Duck Derby has reached the finish line. [Read More]
The Disabled American Veterans got an upgrade to their fleet, thanks to a concerned Indiana Transmission Plant 1 employee and generous upper management at FCA... [Read More]
Everyone is special. [Read More]
The overlap in transmission knowledge at all five area FCA US plants makes for a unique situation locally. [Read More]
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