A new technology studio, business analytics lab and space for Indiana University Kokomo's KEY Center for Innovation should be complete by the end of the year or early 2024 at the latest.
Teryn Renbarger could make more money working in a medical facility.
Chris Sellers can confirm the old adage: a tornado sounds like a train.
Suzie Reagle hopes prospective applicants see her job postings.
Tipton Middle School’s Builders Club, a student-led community service organization sponsored by the Suns of Tipton Kiwanis, raised $250 for the Tipton County Humane Society. Pictured are Builders Club members, from left, Aleah Brewer, Abby Lacy, Norah Pearson, Mr. Rick Chandler, Josie Hiatt …
Ivy Tech Community College is aiming to raise 600 gifts in 24 hours to celebrate its 60th anniversary on the first ever Ivy Tech Day, April 11.
Fifth grader Abby Smith chose body positivity as the topic of her research project after noticing how many of her fellow students felt about themselves.
Noelle Duncan stood at center court prior to tipoff between the Marion Giants and Kokomo Wildkats in mid-December.
Eastern High School students Nathan Rush, left, and Porter Stone were selected to the Indiana Bandmasters Association All-State Band concert. Rush, a senior, and Stone, a sophomore, were among eight bassoon players selected. They performed at Elliott Hall of Music on the campus of Purdue Uni…
It was Max Johnson’s first summer at Taylor High School.
RUSSIAVILLE — Western School Corporation’s share of money from a class-action lawsuit settlement concerning the marketing of electronic cigarettes toward children will be used for educating students about the dangers of substance abuse.
Registration for Tipton Elementary's kindergarten and pre-school programs are now open.
The Kokomo Area Career Center’s entrepreneurship program had one of the most popular tables at last week’s career fair for fifth graders.
The Northwestern High School Jazz Band earned a gold rating at the Indiana State School Music Association Jazz Contest earlier this month.
Students at Taylor Elementary School logged 40,540 minutes of reading over the last two weeks.
The cyclops story in “The Odyssey,” is one of the most recognizable parts of the Greek epic poem.
Kokomo School Corporation intends to use settlement money received from a class-action vaping lawsuit for teacher grants.
Kokomo School Corporation intends to take on $6.1 million in debt for renovations and improvements to school facilities.
Eastern High School will play host to the longest-running scholastic county music festival Wednesday.
A science project that examined the effectiveness of household cleaners against different kinds of bacteria received top honors Friday at Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo’s third annual science fair.
Kindergarten round up for Howard County Elementary School is scheduled for April 28.
The hype around this season started well before it began, almost immediately after last season’s Final Four run ended.
A dance party broke out during lunch Wednesday at Kokomo High School featuring some of the most recognizable Black musicians.
GREENTOWN — With its new field house complete, Eastern Howard School Corporation has its sights set on the next project — a new high school baseball field.
Sonja Glover had the hometown crowd behind her Saturday night as they cheered her to a first runner-up finish in the 2023 Distinguished Young Women of Indiana competition.
“Research like mine could help people understand how sea life could get hurt,” Kamryn Taylor said, clad in a lab coat, as she presented her science project.
The children of Jerry and Katybeth Wooldridge have established a scholarship for seniors at Taylor High School, in memory of their parents.
TIPTON — If there’s one thing school officials wish more people understood, it’s school finances.
A piece of legislation that could make for partisan school board elections was heard by the full House of Indiana Representatives this week, despite seemingly widespread opposition.
Eating bugs used to be a playground dare.
Northwestern School Corporation officials hope architect designs and cost estimates for a multi-million-dollar school improvement project are finalized by late May with work beginning in the fall.
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