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First it was the snow. And then it was the power. Thousands of Muncie residents were left in the dark early yesterday when power lines were knocked out of service by heavy snow on tree limbs. The largest affected area was a section in northwest Muncie. The Royerton and Selma areas were also affected, bringing the total outage to about 3,000 Delaware County residents.
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Indiana should have new education standards by the end of next month. Public comment on the writing of the new standards ends today, the same day the State Board of Education is scheduled to take it‘s first vote on new standards. The General Assembly voted last year to pause Indiana‘s participation in the Common Core […]12.03.14
The former New Castle-area director of the Indiana Department of Child Services now faces charges in connection with a child sexual exploitation case. The U.S. Attorney‘s office says 58-year-old Michael Fleming – also a member of the New Castle school board – is charged with perjury and making a false statement to federal investigators and […]12.03.14
The estate of a Muncie man fatally injured when he was struck by a train has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Norfolk Southern Railway Co. 47-year-old Freddie L. Cooper was on foot when he was struck by a locomotive last Sept. 11 at the crossing south of the downtown Walnut Street roundabout. The suit […]