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Saturday, June 25, 2016
  • Peace and strength
    Kevin Kile had tried it all: the counseling sessions, the group therapy, the medications – none if it was really solving his problems. A veteran of the Iraq war, Kile has been suffering Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) since his service ended in 2006.
  • Kokomo gears up for Haynes-Apperson festival
    With the Haynes-Apperson Festival a little over a week away, festival chairman Paul Wyman said he is relatively relaxed going into the event, and it is due to the amazing team of dedicated volunteers who have been working all year to make it happen.
  • Laird prepares for Rio
    When it comes to the smallest population of any independent African state, none are smaller than Republic of Seychelles with its 90,000 inhabitants. When it comes to sporting events, none are bigger than the Summer Olympics and its estimated 10,000 athletes scheduled to compete this August in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Mesh the two together and one has a direct tie to the City of Firsts.
  • Fifty members and counting
    Service organizations are a vital part of any community, and the only way they survive is through the hard work and dedication of volunteer members – and the ability to recruit. For the Greentown Lions Club, the member that keeps the group growing is Jay Freeman, a 44-year member who surpassed a milestone in membership recruiting.
    
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  • Panthers fall in title game
    6/23/2016
    Entering the 50th Annual IHSAA Class 3A Baseball State Finals at Victory Field in Indianapolis, the Western Panthers had the hottest bats in the state. The Black Attack crossed home plate 36 times over the course of the regional and semi-state rounds of the tournament. 
  • WESPY Awards for the Panthers
    6/23/2016
    Last year, Western High School assistant football coach Derek Tuggle had an idea that he took to Athletic Director Josh Larsh. Tuggle’s idea was to form a Panthers award program modeled after ESPN’s ESPY Awards. Larsh liked the idea, and after approval from school administration, the WESPY’s were created – Western’s Excellent Sports Performances of the Year.
  • Mantis fall twice
    6/23/2016
    Troye Kiernan became the fifth player to add his name to the inaugural Kokomo Mantis Football Club scoring roll on June 18. Kiernan, starting at midfielder for field manager Marcelo Santos’ side, got a rebound off a rocket shot attempt by substitute forward Xhovani Dokaj that ricocheted off the left bar of the Dayton Dutch Lions’ goal and blasted it home in the 62nd minute, tying the United States Soccer League Premier Development League battle at 1-1. 
  • VERNON E. EMBRY
    6/22/2016
    Vernon E. Embry, 85, passed away Sunday, June 19, 2016. He was born May 25, 1931, in Dardanelle, AR, to Samuel and Luella Embry. Vernon married Ruth A. Embry, and she survives.
  • July 4th, Not So Pet Friendly
    6/23/2016
    The Fourth of July is one of the most stressful and potentially dangerous times of the year for pets.  While you and your family, friends, and neighbors are celebrating the holiday with fireworks, pets are finding these festive activities anything but celebratory.
  • 6/16/2016
    On May 14, 2016, the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive took place. Local Branch 533 would like to publically thank everyone who participated. We are a merged branch that includes Letter Carriers in Kokomo, Tipton, Peru, and Greent own. 
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