Planning a wedding can be overwhelming, especially when you don’t know anything about the vendors that offer services for the big day. Couples will make dozens of decisions during the planning process —and just one bad choice could lead to a flaw in an otherwise perfect day.
This Week's Circulars
- Howard County bars sales of nonessential items at essential businesses
- Police: Kokomo woman confessed to drowning grandson
- UPDATE: GM recalls 1,000 workers to build ventilators at Kokomo plant
- GM hiring local workers to build ventilators in Kokomo
- Howard Co reports 2nd COVID death, extends travel advisory
- Area residents sue insurance agent
- Kokomo woman arrested in child's death
- Gov vetoes landlord-tenant bill
- Schools to be closed for remainder of school year
- Amish muster communities against COVID-19
OK, I need you to stop reading for a second. Put the Friday edition down and go get a pair of scissors and a folder. You better cut out this recipe and save it because it is the very last time you will see my pudding cookie recipe in print!
I’ve always been terrible at saying goodbye. It must be some kind of Midwestern thing, where we all stand by the door, drawing out the conversation until we can no longer postpone the inevitable.
Hip-hip hooray — Easter is on its way! Whether you are a parent of small children or an adult looking for an Easter egg hunt just for you, there are plenty of Easter-related activities happening over the next two weekends.
As I have mentioned in several previous columns, I started watching superhero movies nearly 6 years ago when I met my husband Scott. He’s always been a huge Marvel Comics fan — and will grudgingly watch DC movies, too — so I started sharing in his interest.
We are all guilty of spending too much time streaming television and movies on Netflix during our free time. But for kids, too much screen time can actually be detrimental for their brain development and overall health.
Eastern junior and senior high students have been busy for months preparing to present the musical “Hello, Dolly!” this weekend. This year, 145 students make up the cast and crew.
Your palms are sweaty and you nervously pick the hot pink nail polish off your thumb. There’s your crush, walking down the junior high hallway with his swoopy hair and Abercrombie polo. You, in your American Eagle hoodie, hide behind your Lisa Frank binder.