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Thursday, April 28, 2016
  • The marathon
    Dr. Martha Hoshaw has been the guiding force behind Gabrielle Anderson’s effort to regain her physical health and independence. According to Dr. Hoshaw, though the journey has not been without obstacles, Gabby is attacking it with enthusiasm and determination.
  • Building on a billion
    Not many organizations can boast doing a billion of anything. Count the letter carriers as one of those groups. Not only have they delivered billions of pieces of mail through the years, they now lay claim to having collected more than one billion pounds of food for pantries across the nation. 
  • New crop of choices highlights this year’s Farmers’ Market
    Since Adrienne Akers Partlow took the reins of the downtown Farmers’ Market in 2014, she has seen the Market continue to grow and improve. Partlow said 2016 will offer even more to visitors and vendors.
  • A successful partnership
    Last October, The Crossing and the Salvation Army joined forces to help struggling students become contributing members of the community. Together, they formed a job training program, and seven months later the JTP has been deemed a success.
    
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  • Voting guide for primary elections
    4/28/2016
    For the first time in years, the Indiana primary election will be a key part on who is nominated for the office of President of the United States. While in most recent presidential primary elections the candidates have been decided long before Hoosiers enter the voting booths on primary election day, this year both parties are campaigning in Indiana with gusto.
  • Legion Auxiliary gives back to veterans
    4/28/2016
    The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 6 has worked hard this year to give back to the veterans in the community.  They gave $500 each to the Auxiliary Emergency Fund, Creative Arts (which helps the veterans in the Marion VA hospital and the Alzheimer’s unit at the Indiana Veterans Hospital with hands on art therapy, Indiana Veterans Hospital medical equipment, Occupation Comfort Warriors and the Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital.
  • The HIV and Hepatitis C connection
    4/28/2016
    HIV and Hepatitis C have two things in common:  both are caused by a RNA virus and both can be transmitted by blood.  HIV weakens the immune system, making it easier to contract additional infections. Co-infection is the term used when a person is diagnosed with two or more infections. 
  • Coram’s unusual route
    4/28/2016
    Taylor Coram chose a different route – she will run cross country at Indiana University Kokomo despite never being on the Kokomo High School cross country team. The soccer, varsity cheerleader, and track and field standout will attempt a new sport for the next four years.
  • Staying in the water
    4/28/2016
    Logan Hawk has made his presence known in the Kokomo Wildkat athletic program in swimming and baseball. But when it came down to which sport he wanted to participate in, it was the Wabash College Little Giants – an NCAA Division III program – that asked him to join their athletic program as a swimmer.
  • Northwestern wins tennis invite
    4/28/2016
    The Northwestern Lady Tigers tennis team improved to 6-0 after a pair of victories at the Logansport Invitational. The Tigers defeated Logansport 4-1 and Western 3-2 to remain perfect on the young season.
  • Voting guide for primary elections
    4/28/2016
    For the first time in years, the Indiana primary election will be a key part on who is nominated for the office of President of the United States. While in most recent presidential primary elections the candidates have been decided long before Hoosiers enter the voting booths on primary election day, this year both parties are campaigning in Indiana with gusto.
  • ROBERT E. KUHN, JR.
    4/28/2016
    Robert E. Kuhn, Jr., 86, Kokomo, passed away at 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, April 26, 2016, at his home. He was born Feb. 18, 1930, in Kokomo, the son of the late Robert E. Sr. and Margaret N. (Clemens) Kuhn. On July 21, 1950, he married Carolyn R. Thompson, and she survives.
  • Pet of the Week 4-28-16
    4/28/2016
    Meet Caprice! This sweet Torbie is only 8 months old and she came to us as a stray. She is a very social butterfly and loves humans. Her adoption fee would include her spay surgery, microchip, vaccinations and more!
  • 4/27/2016
    I have worked with Dr. Haendiges since she came to Kokomo in 1997.  Since that time I have unfortunately witnessed different situations where she has had to deliver devastating news to patients and their families.  She did so with the utmost compassion, respect and caring that I have seen by a physician.

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