Thursday, May 14, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

We spoke to 5th District Congresswoman Susan Brooks yesterday before she departed Indiana for DC, and she voiced her displeasure on the new bill announced this week by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.


The first rescheduled Muncie Chamber event is being announced.

President Jay Julian’s entire conversation will be heard this weekend on This Week in Delaware County on several of our Woof Boom radio stations.


Masks, or face coverings:  they work best, when clean. This week the CDC advised people that wearing the same mask for several days in a row, or placing them on surfaces – especially  in bathrooms – is not advised.


The postal service shouldn’t get money for a quick fix, says Sen. Mike Braun.

The USPS is facing larger than ever deficits, in the wake of the CCP Virus, also known as COVID19.


MCS Teachers doing amazing things.

Director of Public Education and CEO Lee Ann Kwiatkowski has several other teacher-stories to share.  Hear the entire interview on the News Page now.

Honesty is what members of congress want from China and the World Health Organization. Kurt Darling reports.


The postal worker who was shot and killed while delivering mail last month will be honored this weekend. Angela Summers’ family says they will hold a drive-thru service from 2-4 p.m. this Sunday at the Forest Lawn Funeral Home in Greenwood. Summers was shot by Tony Cushingberry-Mays on April 27 while delivering mail in an Indianapolis neighborhood.

Federal direct aid payments to States:  something that 5th District Congresswoman Susan Brooks is not opposed to.

Hear her entire conversation on the News Page right now –

Work IS being done behind the scenes at your Muncie Delaware County Chamber of Commerce.

Jay Julian spoke to us yesterday, and you’ll hear of several upcoming dates for rescheduled and planned events when you listen to This Week in Delaware County this weekend on several of our Woof Boom radio stations.

Teachers, working hard to keeps kids engaged in learning, away from the school buildings.  MCS CEO Lee Ann Kwiatkowski told us yesterday of letters being sent to kids.

Amazing educators, doing creative and special work.


Believe it or not, some people might be accidentally gathering germs from their facemasks.  Cleaning them is important, and there’s even an art to placing them on a counter – face up – because if face down, you might be spreading or gathering germs or other toxins.

A pantsless man, busted for driving drunk in Vanderburgh County