A reader commenting on my column about nimrods from Podunk emailed that he appreciates a little context with his news, “a concept that seems to be an endangered species.”
Nebraska’s bold position that it may play fall sports on its own in 2020, defying the Big Ten’s cancellation announcement Tuesday, would present a number of legal and financial hurdles to pull off.
The Indianapolis Colts entered Phase 2 of training camp Wednesday, replacing their face coverings with football helmets and running drills at full speed on the practice field for the first time.
Stein Mart Inc. announced today that it and its subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions form bankruptcy relief under Chapter 11 in the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida – Jacksonville Division.
I love music. One Saturday a couple of years ago I spent the entire day just listening to various artists. I had asked myself the question, who was the best present or past African American male singer?
All local police departments should show their openness to the community by enabling citizens to file complaints about officers without fear of reprisal.
When Anna Ulam opens Collective Roots, 1102 Central Ave., it will be the first grocery store of any kind in downtown Anderson in nearly 50 years.
I never expected the COVID-19 pandemic. Nobody did, but we find ourselves in a crisis unlike any that I can remember. On Aug. 5, the Kokomo Tribune published a column by Leo Morris. He began by quoting George Santayana: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”
It will be a year like no other for those attending ISU and other colleges with residential campuses. Masking and social distancing are paramount; social life will be more limited, and even dining halls have new safety protocols.
Three positive COVID cases at Riverton Parke Jr./Sr. High School, with other staff quarantined, prompted Southwest Parke Community Schools to dismiss in-person learning districtwide Tuesday and instead use elearning until Aug. 24.
In what could be one of the few races this year, 40 high school cross country teams are slated to compete Saturday in the Valley Kickoff at the LaVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course.
Local workers will continue to produce ventilators inside the Kokomo General Motors Components Holdings plant after the company fulfills its order from the federal government to produce 30,000 of the machines.
The Big Ten Conference’s decision to postpone fall sports, including football, presents a far-reaching impact to not just its member schools but to states and university towns within the Midwest.
As Xavier Rhodes was wrapping up a recent Zoom call at the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center, T.Y. Hilton entered the room for his session with the media.
While short-lived, strong gusts of wind left trees and power lines down across the county and thousands without power Monday evening.
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A family-only service will be held at 2:00 PM on Saturday, August 15, 2020. Livestreaming of the service will be available online at www.facebook.com/scottfuneralhome
Rose M. Dixon, 84, passed away on Monday, August 10, 2020, at Autumn Woods Health Campus with family members by her side. She was a retired registered nurse at St. Joseph's Infirmary and later a Quality Assurance Coordinator for Audubon Hospital. She is survived by her sons Brian J. Dixon (B…
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