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Monthly Archives: January 2014
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – In one of the busiest times in Taylor High School athletic history, the program finds itself without a leader. On Jan. 22 – just as Taylor was hosting the boys and girls Howard County … Continue reading
UPDATED: Jan. 28, 2014 at 12:01 a.m. Both the boys and girls Howard County basketball tournaments have experienced delays due to winter weather. All varsity games are at Taylor High School unless otherwise noted; junior varsity games are at … Continue reading
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – As everyone in central Indiana knows, it snowed over the last two weeks – a lot! By some counts, Kokomo and Howard County were blanketed by more than 23 inches of the white stuff … Continue reading