Switch to Sandwiches
The Baja lady is back.
Except this time, she has switched from burritos to sandwiches.
Revamped, ready to grow
Fresh paint, new furniture and tweaks to services have led to “dramatic” increases in the Kokomo Family YMCA’s membership, the organization’s leaders said last week.
Local fireworks vendors aspire with ambition
Sales had been steady as of last week for Black Cats, Snap-n-Pops, Googles, Crackling Balls, Whistling Petes and warehouses full of other things that go boom in the night, store owners and managers said.
Entice to Invest
Improvements to quality of life in Kokomo will continue to be a major focus for city officials looking to improve the local economy, said Mayor Greg Goodnight.
New senior community emphasizes green lifestyles
A handful of residents in a few-month-old apartment complex listened as two green building experts told their audience members what they need to do to conserve energy and practice other types of green living.
Business briefs - Sunday, June 19, 2011
Leslie Hillis will join the staff at Homefront Learning Center in Kokomo in July.
A diner of decades ago
GALVESTON — Cooking has been a passion for Lisa Downhour for as long as she can remember.
Bill would make tax breaks easier for ‘dinosaur buildings’
Bricks and other debris lay behind a barbed-wire fence at an empty building south of downtown
These shoes are made for drinkin’
Don’t bother hauling coolers, weighed down with ice and drinks, to the beach.
Shoes work just fine.
Son of Puckett's Pies founders open shop
The adage is true: There isn’t much that’s as American as apple pie.
The pastry was something Alyona Puckett wasn’t introduced to until she moved to the U.S. from her native Russia.
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