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Friday, July 28, 2017
  • Cass, Clinton, Fulton, Howard, Miami & Tipton Counties Creating Regional Plan
    Economic leaders drawn from a six-county region will be crafting a high-quality plan designed to build on the region’s economic strengths and serve as the blueprint for updating the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) last completed in 2012. 
  • Miami Correctional Facility donates to two local food pantries
    Five turkeys competed recently in Miami Correctional Facility’s Turkey Rumble Food Drive, racing around the “track” to see which team could collect the most food for local food pantries.
  • Special blood drive held in honor of Ryley Working battling cancer
    The community is invited to give blood in honor of Ryley Working at a special American Red Cross blood drive on Wednesday, Nov. 30, from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at North Miami High School in Denver.
  • Safe Digging Month Reminds of Importance of Calling 811
    In recognition of National Safe Digging Month, NIPSCO urges customers not to “dig blind” by calling 811 at least two business days before starting any digging project. 
  • IDHS Warns to Beware of Scammers after Storms
    The Indiana Department of Homeland Security offered a strong warning today, along with advice, on how to avoid getting scammed in the aftermath of storms.
  • A place to call home
    Paula Hobbs knows a thing or two about young adults. Not only is she a teacher at Maple Crest Middle School in Kokomo, but she has raised three teenagers of her own – the last one recently went off to college. 
  • Helping to build a future
    Ten local churches in the Kokomo area are working together to extend God’s love into the building of a family’s shelter. Habitat for Humanity of the Kokomo Community is leading the way for churches to get involved with Habitat, as well as continue to build hope for area families. 
  • Citizens on patrol
    What is your first reaction to the word home? There is hopefully a touch of safety in it. Somewhere we rest, where we can live our lives in peace with comfort. Criminals looking to steal valuable items or hurt homeowners will destroy any sense of safety in a home. Concerned residents have banded together with the help of the Kokomo Police Department to create 13 different neighborhood crime watch groups throughout the city. 
    Residents of Howard County know Delphi as one of the area’s leading employers. But ask someone in the offices of the United Way of Howard County, and they will tell you Delphi is also a community leader in the world of volunteerism. 
  • Celebrate the Marines at Pastariffic
    Birthdays are special occasions celebrated across different cultures throughout the world.  Some mark the birth of individuals, while others celebrate the origins of states, countries, or organizations.
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