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BSU Student Center Tally is Closed today (Monday Oct 24th) due to a hot water outage for the day.
The city council of Alexandria voted unanimously last week to give most city employees 10% raises, with raises of 14% going to firefighters and police officers. Elwood’s council also voted unanimously earlier in the month for a 10% raise to cover all city employees, including part-timers.
A new report says Indiana ranks #3 for best teeth in the country. Number 1 best teeth is Michigan and Wyoming takes the top spot for worst teeth.
He could have gotten far bigger punishment – People are still talking about this story from Friday – Here’s LBC’s Peter Killeen
The Star Press said over the weekend that no press release was issued, and the sentencing never showed up on the court’s calendar.
High school Volleyball: on to the Semi States, with still two Delaware county schools in it: Yorktown, and Wapahani could still advance – our neighbors to the south HSE will also play in the 4A. Survive this weekend, and play for State Finals Nov. 5 at Worthen Arena in Muncie.
Born in Muncie and got his MMA start with Team Wolf Pack in town – Sean Connor Fallon’s internationally-televised fight will take place on Nov. 18 at the Wintrust Arena in Chicago. He’s currently ranked first among middleweights in Indiana and Kentucky, first in the Midwest, third in the US Southeast, and fourth in the US. Fallon has won 13 out of his last 15 fights and is currently riding a 3-fight win streak all won with a finish.
Good news, bad news – The good news aside from perfect weather was a season high crowd of over 15 and a half thousand – the bad news was a four point loss for BSU football. They wait until a week from tomorrow for a road game to right the ship. Two more wins for women’s volleyball at home – they have road matches this weekend.
You need to decide “who you are” and your “purpose,” said Stedman Graham last week when he spoke at Ball State
He was here for the Letterman Series Lecture presentation.
Last year in the state of Indiana there were over 15,000 accidents involving deer. Out of those accidents there were 366 with injuries and two fatalities. ISP has tips: be careful during dusk or dawn hours. Pay attention to deer crossing signs. Don’t swerve to avoid hitting a deer – by swerving you put yourself at risk for a worse collision with another motorist or running off the roadway. Brake firmly and stay in your lane. And, always report the collision – don’t touch it. A frightened or wounded deer can hurt you – it’s best to stay in your car as you notify cops, and your insurance.
Poetry Night tomorrow (Tuesday, October 25) with a talented and award winning group of wordsmiths, Dr. Maude Jennings, Debra Gindhart Dragoo, Tom Chester, and more in downtown Muncie at the historic Heorot. Signup sheet available at 6:30pm for the 7-9 event – Must be 21+/open mic.
Recap for you – In case you missed these stories from Friday – ASO looking for new, that after a Hamilton County education upgrade
WLBC News Bytes:
Bob Evans Farms Foods, Inc. is recalling approximately 7,560 pounds of Italian pork sausage products that may be contaminated with thin blue rubber.
Ball State men’s basketball this Saturday hosts the Chirp or Treat when the team hosts DePauw in exhibition action. Free candy for kids, costume fun, games, free parking and tickets for just 7 bucks.
In the early morning hours of November 8, 2022, North America will witness the last total lunar eclipse of the year. In WLBCland / the Eastern Time zone, Partial eclipse begins: 4:09 a.m. Moon enters the earth’s shadow. Total lunar eclipse begins: 5:16 a.m. Moon turns dark orange or red. Peaking at 5:59 a.m. ending at 6:41 a.m., all according to Gary Boyle, The Backyard Astronomer.
High school football: Zach Johnson had the Oldies 101 win for Alexandria
Also, though Muncie Central lost, several wins – in a row, created some of the most excitement in several years for the Bearcats. New Castle’s still in, so is Yorktown after the win over Delta.