Tommy Davis had a remarkable career in the big leagues. The Brooklyn-born infielder cut his teeth playing fast-pitch softball before playing i…
Too many citizens with mental health issues find themselves stuck in the criminal justice system. In Howard County, nearly 20 percent of the j…
Mike Zimmerman, Owner
According to recently released U.S. Census data, the City of Kokomo has gained population for the past four years.
When co-owners Stephen Foht and Shawna Snyder picked out a spot for their New Orleans-inspired restaurant in Peru two years ago, they knew rig…
Jerry Paul spends his days raising money to erect monuments. As president of the Howard County Vietnam Veterans Memorial Corp., he is dedicate…
The Kokomo-Howard County Public Library will be the place to be this summer if you’re looking for free family fun and a chance to win prizes.
Carver Community Center announces 3-on-3 basketball sign-ups for a tournament that will be played on June 13 at Rib Fest.
The Carver Community Center’s Ribfest is the kick-off event for summer in Kokomo. On June 13, thousands of people will descend on Foster Park for great local food, family activities, and a free concert.
Peru – Recently, a search warrant served by police officers with the CLEAN Team led to the arrests of Terry Duty, 52, and Karen Shell, 28, both from Peru, IN.
All sign-ups will take place at the PAL Field (3520 W. Boulevard).
The Howard County Criminal Justice Center has been short-handed for several years. As the economy improves, that problem gets worse. Employees seek better-paying jobs with less stress than the jail provides.
Over the past several years, we have witnessed a dramatic change in polling on social issues. It has happened nationally on the gay marriage, with a recent NBC/Wall Street Journal Poll showing 59 percent now approve of gay marriage.
Rep. Todd Rokita has betrayed you, again! On May 12, he signed on as a co-sponsor for HR 1599, a Congressional bill that would effectively block required labeling of foods that contain genetically engineered ingredients. A labeling requirement on such foods exists in 64 countries worldwide.
Wednesday May 20th, 2015 :: 07:50 p.m. EDT
I am writing this letter to try to clear up a few misconception concerning potholes in streets, for which the Kokomo Street Department is responsible.
The following are arrests made by the Kokomo Police Department. All those arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.