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Colts practice under the lights - Pharos-Tribune
Wide receiver T.Y. Hilton, who jammed his finger during Wednesday's practice, also did not work out. Highlights of the session included Luck's long TD pass to Fleener, and another deep touchdown from backup quarterback Matt Hasselbeck to undrafted rookie ...
Ruby A. “Hall” Coleman - Pharos-Tribune
FLORA — Ruby A. “Hall” Coleman, 70, Flora, passed away at 5:42 p.m. Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo. She was born the daughter of Charles and Anita (Strausser) Dillon on April 18, 1944, in Cass County. On Aug. 13, 1994, she ...
Linda K. Amelio - Pharos-Tribune
Linda K. Amelio, 62, Logansport, passed away at 5 p.m. Wednesday, July 30, 2014, at her residence after a courageous battle with cancer. Born on March 29, 1952, in Logansport, she was the daughter of Robert Lewis McMillen and Hazel Marilyn Rhoades.
Intensity at training camp stands out - Pharos-Tribune
As I headed to Anderson to the Colts training camp this past weekend, I was thinking, it’s hard to believe that football season is quickly approaching us. Training camp is now in its second week and the ball is rolling. As I got to camp there were a ...
Sports briefs, Aug. 1 - Pharos-Tribune
LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Logansport 11-year-old All-Star baseball team opened Ohio Valley Regional play with an 11-5 win over Henderson, Ky., on Thursday. Logan scored five runs in the first inning to take an early 5-0 lead. “We came out with the bats ...
Man vs. fish: Niche sport takes bows, arrows to the water - Pharos-Tribune
In the fight against Asian carp, local outdoors enthusiasts are increasingly turning to bowfishing — in which you don’t wait for the fish to come to you. You send an arrow straight to them. Bowfishing has become an increasingly popular sport according ...
2nd annual bike ride slated Saturday - Pharos-Tribune
WINAMAC — Dozens of bike riders will take over the Panhandle Pathway Saturday for the second annual Down and Back bike ride. The 44-mile trail begins in Winamac and extends all the way to near France Park in Kenneth. Kelly Hines, spokesperson for the ...
WOLFSIE: Giving a word of advice - Pharos-Tribune
So, what’s the word? Really, what is the word? With over 250,000 words in the English language, you’d think there would be a word for just about everything. Not so. Therefore, I am on a crusade to find a term for some everyday occurrences for which ...
PETERS: Have a cup of joe to help your eyes? - Pharos-Tribune
My day starts with coffee. I’m too cheap to buy it by the cup from baristas, so I just brew my own Folgers by the pot. I have a cup or two as I settle into work each morning, and another cup – sometimes two – in the early afternoon. That may not be ...
Trial dates moved in Wagoner clinic drug case - Pharos-Tribune
KOKOMO — Trial dates for seven of the eight people charged in the Wagoner Clinic prescription drug case have been moved to Oct. 3. Several of the suspects, including Marilyn Wagoner, the wife of Donald Wagoner, the former head of the clinics, were set to ...