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- [Men's Basketball] Cougars take on No. 3 Red Hawks January 17, 2018Throughout the game IU Kokomo played point-for-point with the number three ranked team in the NAIA. The Cougars put up a fight that included a pair of 7-0 runs in the middle of the second half, but the surge came too late as Indiana University East snuck out of Cougar Gym with the win.
- [Women's Basketball] @IUKWBB victory marks program first January 17, 2018For the first time in program history, Indiana University Kokomo captured a victory against cross-state rivals Indiana University East, who are currently ranked 27th in the NAIA DII Women's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll. Throughout the first half of the River States Conference competition the lead was only exchanged a mere six times, with the Red Wolves seeing their […]
- [Basketball] Cougar Basketball Versus Brescia Postponed January 12, 2018
- [Men's Basketball] Cougars take on No. 3 Red Hawks January 17, 2018
- Fournette says Steelers fan rear-ended his car January 18, 2018When Leonard Fournette was rear-ended in Jacksonville on Tuesday, he was surprised to find out the driver was a Steelers fan.
- Source: MLB pitch clock looms as talks stall January 18, 2018Barring a change in negotiations, it appears MLB will add a 20-second pitch clock and a restriction on catcher mound visits in 2018 without the union signing off, a source told ESPN.
- Gulati: Perceptions of U.S. affecting WC bid January 18, 2018null
- Fournette says Steelers fan rear-ended his car January 18, 2018
- FOX411's snap of the day January 19, 2018
- Snowstorm pummels southeast, kills 10, including 8-month-old baby January 19, 2018Winter Storm Inga swept the South from Texas to Florida and even north to Massachusets on Wednesday, killing at least 10 people and wreaking havoc on flights.
- Officials fear China compromised US covert communications, report says January 19, 2018U.S. intelligence officials are now concerned that China has compromised the methods that the CIA uses to communicate with overseas assets, dampening agents’ enthusiasm after the Monday arrest of a former CIA officer for retaining classified information, the Washington Post reported.
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Monthly Archives: November 2015
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – It is hard to make Brett Colby speechless, but when he arrived in the Walter Cross Field press box after Friday night’s game, that is what he said he was, “Speechless.” And he should … Continue reading
BY DEAN HOCKNEY KOKOMO, Ind. – Kokomo has played varsity football for 93 seasons, but Friday nights IHSAA Class 5A Football Regional title game may be the most important contest in the school’s 892 outings. Win number 510 would give … Continue reading
CALLED FOR TRAVELING: DON SMITH LOOKS AT DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOOSIER HYSTERIA AND HOOPS ON THE WEST COAST
CALLED FOR TRAVELING WITH DONALD SMITH MERCED, Calif. – As many of you know, my wife, Karen, and I left Kokomo and relocated to Merced, California, to be closer to our kids, grandson, family (remember, Karen is a California girl), … Continue reading