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Sunday, April 30, 2017
  • Warm smile at the door
    They are typically the first people visitors meet walking into St. Vincent Hospital Kokomo and many times the last to say goodbye. 
  • Ride for Troops
    Bikers from all around will gather at Darrough Chapel Veterans Memorial Park on Sunday to embark on a 75-mile ride that aims to honor the past and present servicemen and women. 
  • Wildkats dance team moves on to state
    When Gina Curl moved from Logansport to Kokomo to start the dance teams in the Kokomo School Corp., she had no idea how quickly the program would take off. Barley two years old, the dance program at Central Middle International School and Kokomo High School now has a serious problem: they need a trophy case. 
  • A day in the life: Elementary teacher
    This is an ongoing series of the Kokomo Herald that takes a snapshot inside the lives of those who work in the community.
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  • Asparagus, Broccoli, & Chicken Stir Fry
    This recipe is brought to the Kokomo Herald by Kokomo Downtown Farmers’ Market Master and Manager, Adrienne Partlow. Try this recipe and others with fresh ingredients from the Kokomo Downtown Farmers’ Market sold by local farmers and artisans.
  • The Case Against Sugar: Part two
    Gary Taubes in his book “The Case Against Sugar” makes a very convincing argument that sugar is the culprit responsible for the proliferation of a myriad of long-term and metabolic diseases. 
  • The value of understanding water
    What is the most precious thing in your home besides the lives of yourself and your family? Could it possibly be the air you breathe and the water you drink? Funny how we take those very amazing items that sustain us for granted. 
  • Kokomo tops Western in baseball battle
    Three times last weekend the Kokomo Wildkats baseball team found themselves in a hole. And three times they found a way to pull off a victory. The result of a 3-0 weekend was a perfect start for the Class 4A No. 5 Wildkats and a 12-0 record midway through the campaign.
  • Joe Underwood to represent sheriff’s department nationally
    Kokomo Howard County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Underwood recently competed in the Natural Athletes Sports Association (NASA) powerlifting competition where he placed first in the police and firemen division. While there, Underwood also earned second place overall in the open division. 
  • Hochstedler heads to college
    For four years, coaches have come and gone in the Eastern Lady Comets softball program, but one thing has remained a constant – solid play from four-year varsity player Ashlynn Hochstedler. 
  • Safe Jobs Save Lives
    The National Labor Movement will remember workers who have been killed or injured on the job on April 28.  More than 4 decades ago the Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed and promised each worker the right to a safe job. 
  • Robert "Bob" Miller
    Robert "Bob" Miller, 92, passed away Monday, April 10, 2017, at Century Villa Health Care in Greentown. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on March 30, 1925, to the late Frank J. Miller and Evangeline (Hamann) Miller. 


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