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Sunday, July 05, 2015
  • Heritage on display
    When the new collegiate Prospect League team in Kokomo announced the team name of Jackrabbits last year, many in the City of Firsts scratched their heads. Most did not realize the rich heritage of the name Jackrabbit and what it meant to local automobile history.
  • Delphi gives back to the community
    Delphi Electronics and Safety is a staple of the local automotive culture. While known as a world leader in automotive safety, many in the local community fail to realize how much Delphi gives back. For the seventh consecutive year, through Delphi’s Excellence Week, Delphi Gives Back is a chance for the employees to provide community service to the Kokomo Area. At the same time, it is also an opportunity for the community to get to know more about some of the community members that work at Delphi.
  • A legacy of caring
    When Dennis and Judy Schulte were killed by a drunk driver in March of 2013 while visiting Seattle, their family lost beloved parents and grandparents, their former students lost valuable mentors, the community lost two dedicated and active citizens, and scores of local children lost two very important advocates.
  • Community Garden weathers the storm
    Ask Sarah McCormack, master gardener and coordinator of the Howard County Community Garden, how this year has gone and she says, “Great.”
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  • Russiaville Lions Roar
    Ask any local baseball player, and they will probably say winning the David A. Kasey Memorial Youth Baseball Tournament is a goal they either point to as a crowning achievement – or a game they wish they would have won. Lions Club manager Jason Bryant is no different. That is why he was all smiles after his team from Russiaville held up the Ralph Stewart Insurance Trophy following a 7-1 victory over Hague Water of Southside in the 59th edition of the Kokomo Tribune sponsored event.
  • Cooper is top Cougar
    Indiana University Kokomo welcomes Greg Cooper as the athletic and fitness center director. He began his position Monday, June 8. Cooper will manage the Milt and Jean Cole Family Wellness and Fitness Center, as well as oversee the athletics programs, which launched four years ago.
  • Bluegills get tougher after the spawn, but can still be caught
    Just about any day now, the bluegills will finish up spawning in area lakes and ponds and begin scattering out and moving into deeper water.  
  • Municipal Stadium named best in nation
    It was a banner week for the city of Kokomo and the Kokomo Jackrabbits last week – literally. After a five round competition among 32 stadiums, Kokomo Municipal Stadium – while not yet finished – was voted the Best Summer-Collegiate Ballpark in America in a contest sponsored by Ballpark Digest. Municipal Stadium defeated Athletic Park, home of the Wisconsin Woodchucks, 55-45 percent in the voting total. 
  • 7/3/2015
    Pamela K. Meyer, 71, Bringhurst, passed away at 8:00 pm on Wednesday, July 1, 2015, at her home. She was born on June 27, 1944, in Kokomo, the daughter of Dillard & Alice M. (Langford) Holt. She married Donald L, Meyer on December 17, 1973, in Elizabeth City, NC, and he survives. 
  • Pet of the Week 7-2-15
    Meet a sweet guy named Charcoal! This cute fellow is only 4 months old and he was surrendered because his owner had too many animals. Charcoal gets along well with other cats and enjoys car rides. He also loves attention and a comfy lap. 
  • 7/2/2015
    We wanted to thank you and your staff for all your help with our annual fundraiser Wednesday night. One year ago we had our best event ever, raising $38,000 and this year in moving from Pastarrific across the street to Bel Air Events, our goal was $50,000. We haven’t gotten all the figures together yet, but it looks as if we will be somewhere in the $60,000-plus range. Needless to say, we’re delighted.





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