Hamilton County Sports Daily is owned and operated by Sagamore News Media.

Mark Morrow, a member of the Indiana Sportswriters and Sportscasters Hall of Fame, is founder of the site. This Kokomo native spent 45 years in the newspaper business, all in Indiana. He served as assistant sports editor at The Kokomo Tribune from 1972 to 1975; he was sports editor at The Michigan City News-Dispatch from 1975 to 1982, and joined The Indianapolis News in 1983. He spent 25 years at Indianapolis Newspapers. Before taking early retirement in January 2009, he spent his final 12 years at The Star as a sports copy editor.

Morrow, who was the beat writer for the Indiana Pacers in 1984-86, for 30 years was a golf writer and columnist for a sport he has a great deal of passion for, a passion for sports that is second only to Indiana high school sports. While at The News, he spent eight years as High Schools Sports Coordinator, a position he held for three more seasons while overseeing a 12-man Statistical Bureau at The Star, when the papers merged in 1995.

An award-winning journalist for sports writing and headline writing, Morrow designed and edited "END of an ERA,' which marked the final season for Indiana high school boys and girls single-class basketball tournaments. The six-page high school basketball extra was published March 1, 1997.

From December 2008 through April 6, 2010, Morrow was the online columnist for the VYPE High School Magazine Web site. He also edited the monthly magazine.

In December 2008, he published his book, "Have Laptop, Did Travel," a newspaper journalist's memoirs on Sports' Grandest Stage.'

Morrow sold Hamilton County Sports Daily to Sagamore News Media in 2014.