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- [Volleyball] IU Kokomo volleyball rounds out 2017 roster June 20, 2017The Indiana University Kokomo volleyball team welcomes the additions of Macee Rudy and Lily Goldstein as incoming freshmen and Bailey Worl as a transfer to the senior class of 2018.
- [Women's Basketball] IU Kokomo women's basketball announces Nicole "Colie" Trawick as ... June 14, 2017KOKOMO, Ind. – Nicole "Colie" Trawick has been selected as the next head coach of the women's basketball team at Indiana University Kokomo beginning with the 2017-2018 season.
- [Volleyball] @IUKVB adds trio of incoming freshmen June 8, 2017Erinn Adam, Nyssa Baker and Sarah Morin are officially Cougars.
- [Volleyball] IU Kokomo volleyball rounds out 2017 roster June 20, 2017
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- Redstone Arsenal lockdown lifted after 'possible active shooter' alert - VIDEO: Army base temporarily locked down June 27, 2017
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Monthly Archives: March 2015
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – One year ago, Northwestern High School Athletic Director Dan Armstrong decided the school needed to permanently preserve its rich athletic heritage. As a result, he founded the Northwestern Athletic Hall of Fame with charter … Continue reading
Gene F. Conard, Kokomo, died peacefully at St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo, on March 22, 2015. Born in Elwood, IN. on Sept. 5, 1929, Gene was the son of John and Eva Conard. His parents and a brother, George, preceded him … Continue reading
THE DEAN’S LIST BY DEAN HOCKNEY A few tears came to my eyes as I watched the last of the NCAA basketball games Sunday night. No, not because my Hoosiers lost or Butler fell. It was because the sports scene … Continue reading