Here comes college football – When Ball State football opens the season tomorrow, and next Saturday at Kentucky and then Georgia, what’s the payday like? Pres. Geoffrey Mearns
From yesterday’s WMUN Delaware County Today. All football games on WMUN this season – FM, AM, and streaming options.
WLBC News Bits:
The Mailroom in Muncie is closed permanently. The social media post did not specify reasons.
Indianapolis Named Among America’s Cheapest Weekend Getaways, travel site Scoot and Yanling says so.
This Saturday (9/2) is National Tailgating Day.
Saturday mornings on WMUN Radio: 8 a.m. Page Turners: The Broadcast Book Club with Cam and TC, then 8:30 a.m. Connected with Linzi Marie. Sunday’s, it’s Takin’ it to the Street Beat with James Burgess at 6, and Community Focus at 6:30 a.m.
In his own voice – More now on this week’s action by Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita – here’s Ball State’s Pres. Mearns from yesterday on WMUN
When BSU professor Mike Hicks gave testimony last week at the new state Health Care Cost Oversight Task Force, his key points
Hear that interview on This Week in Delaware County, first airing Saturday’s on WMUN from 9 – 10 a.m.
Sports on radio – on Oldies 101 it’s the Lapel home game tonight and Purdue football Saturday at 11a.m. On WMUN it’s the Central home game again tonight, and BSU football Saturday at 11 a.m.
The end of the year’s long saga – More on the sentencing this week for two former cops. “Your can’t blame your dad…” was part of what Judge Tanya Pratt told Chase Winkle when sentencing him to 10 years in federal prison for admitting to physically abusing 5, and filing false reports on those arrested. Sta Press also said in a case related to similar offenses, former cop Jeremy Gibson got 14 months – but was allowed by the judge to wait for his prison term to start Jan. 4, so he can be present for the birth of his fourth child.
Taking a property, and safely making it a viable tool for economic development – called Brownfields – here’s Brad Bookout
Talking about a trip to Detroit recently to learn more. Hear that entire interview on WMUNmuncie.com – look for Shows, and click on the 765 Channel.
This coming Thursday is Friday Thursday in downtown Muncie. Events throughout the area, plus at Cornerstone Center for the Arts with local artists displaying and selling work. The building remains open for events and room rentals.