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    Local Restaurant Is Quickly Becoming a Kokomo Favorite Photographer / Jim Hunt From the Mozart burger to Thomas Edison’s Stuffed Breadsticks, the menu at Kokomo’s Prodigy Burger Bar & Grill is packed with delicious dishes inspired by historic figures. “We specialize in paying homage to those greats of the past who were prodigies of their ...
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    Photographer / Heidi Pruitt JR and Lois McIntire founded Crystal Wand Creations back in 1992, but they rooted themselves in downtown Kokomo in 2012 as a spiritual, cultural and holistic gift shop. Within the shop you can find various incense items, gems, candles, religious relics, tapestries and other unique and spiritual products. As one of ...
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    Timothy Boor Recalls Unique Journey to Opening the Award-Winning Bohemian Tattoo Club Photographer / Jim Hunt Timothy Boor takes his art seriously. Very seriously. As founder of Bohemian Tattoo Club in downtown Kokomo, Boor and his staff approach every tattoo job fully aware that what they’re doing will be part of their customers’ lives forever. ...
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    Amber & Todd Jordan Have Collected a Big Following at Kokomo Toys & Collectibles Photographer / Jim Hunt Since its 2014 opening on East Sycamore Street, Kokomo Toys & Collectibles has been a local, regional and national shopping destination for all ages. And it’s not difficult to see why. The shop carries a staggeringly extensive ...
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    We Care’s Annual Tradition Brings Hope to Others Writer / Sarah Shutt Photography provided Hope, the doll that is at the center of the We Care tradition, has been a staple of We Care since she was found in a bag of donated items. Hope was originally created in 1965 by Hasbro Inc, with the ...
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    Popular Christmas Light Display Returns to We Care Park Photography Provided Growing up, Mike Wyant was one of 16 children. While circumstances weren’t always ideal during the holiday season, he still remembers looking forward to Christmas. “Christmas with 16 children was still Christmas, even though we maybe only got one gift,” Wyant says. “When you ...
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    Former Teacher Donates Mr. Potato Head Collection to Children’s Museum Photography Provided One Friday in 1995, Terry Moore went to Burger King for her weekly treat — a croissant and a coffee. This week, she noticed something different— a five-foot Mr. Potato Head figurine promoting a new movie called Toy Story as well as the ...
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    Annual Telethon Returns to Spread Christmas Cheer in Kokomo Writer / Christy Heitger-Ewing Photography Provided The year was 1973, and Dick Bronson was a deejay at WWKI-FM when he fielded a call from a forlorn factory worker. Unemployed at the time, he didn’t know how he was going to swing Christmas for his kids that ...
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    Photographer / Jim Hunt With decades of experience behind them, the team at All-Pro Plumbing, Inc., located at 606 South Locke Street in Kokomo, is proud to carry on their family tradition of excellent service and quality work. Throughout the years, they have been in business, they have always had the desire to continue to ...
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    Toys For Tots Brings Joy to Families Around Kokomo Photography provided Santa is more familiar with camouflage than red velvet. He leads a troop of Marines, a group considerably different from elves. His sleigh looks more like a diesel truck as he hauls toys from seven counties to Grissom Air Force Base. Sergeant Michael Walmsley ...