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Anderson Community Schools probably won’t name a new superintendent until next spring, and even an interim likely won’t be voted in until early October.
In the meantime, Assistant Superintendent Beth Clark says she plans to approach the role of superintendent on an “as needed basis.” She’ll step in if an executive decision is needed.
(this is global, not just for this entry)
Public school transportation systems across the state are moving closer to avoiding possible termination, thanks to the efforts of State Representative Sue Errington of Muncie, The Indiana House Thursday approved the Conference Committee Report on the legislation that will allow schools suffering at least a 10 percent loss in revenue in their bus transportation funds […]14.03.14
Police say a Muncie man threw his infant son head-first into a playpen after the boy’s cries disturbed the man during his drag racing video game. The 7-week-old baby was later airlifted to Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, where doctors determined he had suffered serious brain injuries. 23-year-old Joshua Scott Orick is preliminarily charged […]14.03.14
IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital will soon have its own police department. Doug Hale will become the hospitals first-ever chief and Sharyl Mench — a 20-year Muncie Police Department veteran will be deputy chief. The number of full-time positions being made available has not yet been determined. An official swearing-in ceremony will be held April […]