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Saturday, February 28, 2015
  • Speaking ‘Heart Languages’
    Growing up, Sarah Bauson’s family supported a number of missionaries and she heard first hand their accounts of spreading the Christian message throughout various and distant parts of the globe.
  • DAV needs drivers
    Paul Pristach knows a thing or two about Veterans Affairs hospitals. Not only is the 80 year-old a veteran of the U.S. Army, but he has tallied 50,000 miles driving our war wounded and other military vets to medical appointments around the Midwest. But now, he and his fellow volunteers need help. They need more volunteer drivers.
  • Goodnight addresses State Of The City
    In his eighth State of the City address, Kokomo Mayor Greg Goodnight highlighted the city’s economic growth and infrastructure gains. “Progress” is how the mayor chose to describe the landscape of Kokomo in 2015.
  • Creation Science Seminar coming to Kokomo
    Faith and science. Science and faith. For centuries these two entities have seemingly been at odds. Many consider them mutually exclusive of each other, but is that true? Dr. Don Patton aims to change some minds about the subject with his Creation Science Seminar scheduled March 9-13 at the Maple Crest Middle School Auditorium.
    
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  • 2/26/2015
    A special birthday party was held at Golden Living on Saturday, February 21st. Ruth Smith turned the big 100 and family came in from all over the country to celebrate. 
  • 2/26/2015
    Bridal showers are steeped in tradition, but today’s bridal showers continue to veer off the beaten path. Nowadays, bridal showers feature fun and games much like a party having nothing to do with a wedding.
     
  • 2/26/2015
    As inconvenient or dangerous flat tires or blowouts can be, they also can be prevented more often than not. Tires often produce warning signs that a flat or blowout is about to emerge, so drivers who want to avoid such unfortunate developments can inspect their tires for the following signs.
     
  • 2/26/2015
    GREENTOWN – In what could have been a banner night for a surprising squad turned into a team returning to form. In front of the largest boys basketball crowd in years at Eastern High School, the host Comets let a golden opportunity to secure its first conference title in 50 years slip away as Northwestern played spoiler with a 66-39 victory. In the process, the Tigers, which started the season 9-1, returned to form after seven losses in nine games.
     
  • 2/26/2015
    For the second consecutive year, a county school won the sixth grade Kokomo-Howard County boys basketball championship. A year after Eastern took the crown, Western knocked off Kokomo Red 41-28 to hoist the trophy in Memorial Gymnasium.
     
  • 2/26/2015
    It was not easy, but Kokomo Blue outlasted Western to earn a 51-41 victory and lift the championship trophy in the seventh grade Kokomo-Howard County championship game at Memorial Gymnasium.
     
  • 2/26/2015
    Carol Ann Snow, 57, of Kokomo, passed away at 5:25 p.m. on Saturday, February 21, 2015 at her residence. She was born on January 7, 1958 in Tipton to the late John S. and Emma V. (Ryan) Snow.
     
  • Mentoring with acceptance
    2/26/2015
    Acceptance, according to human psychology, is a person’s approval to the actuality of a situation, whether it be positive, negative, or indifferent, without making an effort to change it or to even protest against it simply because you don’t like. The theory is close in meaning to ‘acquiescence’, which is derived from the Latin word ‘acquiescere’, which means to remain at rest.  
VIDEOS
Campaign Video for United Way of Howard County
The United Way of Howard County proudly presents the 2014 Campaign Video! Give. Advocate. Volunteer. (Video by Tony Budenz)
Campaign Video for United Way of Howard County
The United Way of Howard County proudly presents the 2014 Campaign Video! Give. Advocate. Volunteer. (Video by Tony Budenz)
Our Community Is Our Heart
2013 has been a significant year for all of us in Howard County & the surrounding areas. We all rejoiced happy life events, won championships, laughed together, gone through destruction, pulled together as one, overcome obstacles, & walked/ran on the new bypass. We have given each other support & love in this community as a whole. Everyone has contributed to our home in a positive way, each of us coming from different walks of life, each of us individuals coming together one by one as building blocks to form this fine community in which we live. Please take a moment to see this video of some highlights of 2013. Hopefully you will see your best friend, your sibling, your parents, your neighbor, or maybe even yourself! OUR COMMUNITY IS OUR HEART!
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