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For Annie Shea, enlisting in the U.S. Navy came as second nature. Coming from a family with both parents in the military, she knew it... [Read More]
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When it comes to giving patients the best experience, Dr. William Grider and his team at Kokomo Dental Center know it's important to keep up... [Read More]
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Kokomo Symphony Orchestra is continuing its mission of bringing classical music to the community on Dec. 9 with its Handel's Messiah concert. [Read More]
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Park organizer invites public out Dec. 8 at 5 p.m. to be a part of the filming... [Read More]
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Thelma Roe remembered a particularly hard morning four or five years after her husband of 56 years passed away. She was sitting at the kitchen... [Read More]
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When it comes to teacher burnout and fewer teachers entering the profession, the reasons why are fairly easy to pinpoint. [Read More]
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Since proposing the idea of starting a recovery center in Kokomo, Joey and Darcy Bennett have received overwhelming community support to help make the dream... [Read More]
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Downtown's largest holiday event is returning and bringing with it Santa, Mrs. Claus, and their reindeer. [Read More]
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A little taste of Italy has cropped up on the corner of Home Avenue and Deffenbaugh Street. [Read More]
A change in plans resulted in Christmas coming early for four area nonprofits last week, thanks to seven motorcycle clubs. [Read More]
A father and son are foregoing their annual vacation to instead lend a hand to the hurricane victims in Texas. [Read More]
Local businesses are getting proactive when it comes to bridging the skills gap for automotive and collision repair technicians. [Read More]
Several local churches and nonprofits are giving people in Howard County something for which to be thankful. [Read More]
Area labor unions helped hundreds of students start the school year off right by ensuring they had all the supplies they needed. [Read More]
As part of his 70-city tour across Canada, Mexico, and the U.S., Mediterranean artist Pavlo will make a stop in the City of Firsts on... [Read More]
Letter carriers celebrated 25 years in May of helping ensure the community's hungriest don't go without. [Read More]
Soupley's Wine and Spirits is giving the community a taste of what's to come this holiday season during its 15th annual Holiday Wine and Spirits... [Read More]
Mental Health America is bagging up cheer as the nonprofit prepares for one of its biggest undertakings of the year: the Gift Lift program. [Read More]
Hands of Hope and Coordinated Assistance Ministries, Inc. (CAM) are teaming up to once again provide a free Thanksgiving meal to those in the community... [Read More]
Kids running, making mud pies, catching insects—it's not a lost art at Boulevard Elementary School. [Read More]
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