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Monday, April 24, 2017
  • UCT honors Deputy Koontz
    After introducing every player, a prayer by Amy Roe, and a perfectly-executed rendition of the National Anthem by Sean VerLee, Noah Koontz, who was escorted to the pitching mound by his mother Kassie, delivered the opening day game ball to UCT alumnus and current professional baseball pitcher Nolan Sanburn. 
  • Park nearly recovered
    Six months ago, Kokomo Parks Superintendent Torrey Roe was beginning to think about winding down the summer softball season, securing the parks for the winter, and placing the annual Christmas lights display in Highland Park. 
  • April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
    The month of April has been designated as Prevent Child Abuse Month in not only Kokomo but also around the country. Ask any professional in the field, and they will say that child abuse and neglect is preventable. But despite efforts to spread the message, statistics show child abuse is on the rise.
  • Bind Café shines light on Syrian refugee crisis
    A concert, held at Bind Café on Saturday, April 22, starting at 5 p.m., will bring in two Syrian refugee families that are being resettled in Indianapolis who will share their stories and also an IU Kokomo professor who will walk attendees through the immigration process. 
    
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  • Kats are red hot
    4/20/2017
    Baseball fans have been following a group of Kokomo High School athletes for years, and this season, the talented junior class of Kats finally is beginning to roar. 
  • Anything is possible with an Angel
    4/20/2017
    Ainsley’s Angels of Indiana is taking the charge to ensure those with special needs have the chance to compete with the rest. Most recently, Kokomo was represented in the Rudolph Run, and, coming up, the City of Firsts will be represented at the Indianapolis Mini Marathon on May 6.
  • Mullenix heads north
    4/20/2017
    People in Allendale, Mich., take football seriously. And one local student-athlete will find out how serious when he hits the gridiron at Grand Valley State University this fall. 
  • Kennard Wayne Curtis
    3/31/2017
    Kennard Wayne Curtis, 49, left this Earth to join our Lord on Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Kenny was a devoted husband, father, son, and friend. Ken was born in Flora, Illinois.
  • Pet of the Week 4-20-17
    4/20/2017
    Meet Newt! This sweet feline is 4 years old, and he has already been neutered and vaccinated. He is also front declawed. Newt is a little shy, so he would do best in a home without other pets.
  • 4/20/2017
    On March 11, approximately 250 guests attended one of Kokomo’s most unique annual events, the Acacia Academy’s Art in Bloom. The event, held at First Church of the Nazarene, raised just over $50,000 for Acacia’s student scholarship fund. 
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