Sports editor Todd Golden expresses his dismay with the lack of mask wearing as resumption of local sports would be much easier to attain if masks were worn.
With most public pools in the Madison County area closed and 90-degree heat forecast for the holiday weekend, the White River is sure to attract people looking to cool off.
Just over a year ago, three friends made a split-second decision to pool their experience, knowledge and passions into a shared ambition. That ambition was to own a local, farm-raised butcher shop right in the heart of Boone County.
GOSHEN — Swimming pools are a hot commodity this year as families opt for more home activities this summer while the COVID-19 pandemic carries on.
Grace House’s newest project is Madison Park Church of God’s Dove Harbor Transitional Housing Ministry building, 1400 Broadway, which Karl Lazar purchased May 1 and plans to turn into a long-term treatment center.
Ivy Tech Community College officials have named Dr. Mia D. Johnson as interim chancellor for the Anderson campus as they continue their national search for a replacement for James Willey, whose final day is Friday.
After a successful first year as a high school, the Vigo County School Corp. is announcing that Vigo Virtual Success Academy, its full-virtual school, is expanding to serve grades K-12 for the 2020-21 school year.
When Kokomo Police Department Trainer Jim Nielson hired onto the department more than two decades ago, he remembers how difficult it was to even become an officer.
Indiana is ninth in the country for most firework spending per capita, according to U.S. trade census data, and sales are sizzling this year.
In his first State of the City address, Kokomo Mayor Tyler Moore committed to following through with his major campaign promises of increasing the city’s fire and police forces, focusing on improving streets and sidewalks – no bump-outs included – and working to create an industrial park.
A few months ago, Julie Hertzog and Rhonda Hill had never met, but driven by the same goal of unity, the two came together with others to create a way for the community to pray for not just Kokomo, but the world.
ANDERSON — A 64-year-old Anderson man told police, reportedly, that several sexual encounters were initiated by a 6-year-old girl starting in 2016.
ALEXANDRIA – The City of Alexandria is teaming up with a county animal welfare organization to help get a colony some believe includes about 100 stray cats, possibly the largest ever reported in the county, spayed and neutered.
Indiana State announced Wednesday that men's basketball assistant coach Terry Parker has left to take an assistant coaching position at Alabama-Birmingham.
This Week's Circulars
Joan R. Goldman, 80, passed away on July 2, 2020 at Sellersburg Health Care Center in Sellersburg, Indiana. She was born on March 10, 1940 to the late John and Roberta Frech (Hite)in Louisville, Kentucky. Joan retired from Clark County REMC where she worked as a receptionist. She was a membe…
William E. "Bill" Hamilton, 78 years of age, passed away on June 29, 2020. He was born July 1, 1941 in Glasgow, KY to the late Samuel and Elizabeth Hamilton. Bill was a veteran of the United States Army and retired from Laborers Union Local 576. He was preceded in death by his wife, Cindy Ha…
He is survived by his wife, Margaret; Daughters- Jacqueline (Gary), Liz, Susan, Denise; sister- Marie; several grand children and great grandchildren Visitation- Tuesday 1pm-8pm, Wednesday- 10am-12 pm Service- Wednesday 12pm.
Francis C. "Frank" Higdon, 75, passed away on June 30, 2020, at Providence Care Center. He was a great mechanic and avid University of Kentucky sports fan. He played the bass guitar in several country music bands over the years. His music was a big part of his life. Frank was preceded in dea…
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