Not backing down – She stood by her comments made recently to US AG Merrick Garland – 5th Dist. Congresswoman Victoria Spartz, on WMUN Radio yesterday, I asked about her comparisons to the KGB
Congresswoman Victoria Spartz wants accountability about the funding and aid that the US is sending to the country that she was born in. Yesterday on WMUN’s Delaware County Today Radio show, she brought up some history of how we have dealt Ukraine
hear the full interview Sunday morning at 6:30 a.m. on WLBC’s Community Focus.
It’ll be two, 2:30’s in a row on WMUN Radio – the Mid-American Conference says the Ball State Cardinal football game will kick off this Saturday and at Eastern Michigan on Oct. 7 at 3:30 p.m. The Radio pregame is 1 hour before kickoffs!
Some say tone is everything. Here’s Ball State Daily News reporter Kyle Smedley on the football loss last week
That from the WMUN Power Hour sports talk show weekdays at 4 p.m. Cards are on the road for the next two.
On the Radio this weekend, hear about the recent groundbreaking for the Muncie Mission Ministries, meet the candidates from last week’s Project 50 Candidate Forum, hear more about Muncie’s Call Men to Pray, and Congressman Greg Pence. Check your favorite Woof Boom station for times and dates.
Good kids, getting ready to converge next week – Fields of Faith is coming up this Wednesday in Muncie – Jeff Mosier
Oct. 4, doors at the North Walnut Street Fieldhouse open, music starts 6:40 p.m. and program at 7 p.m. All are welcome – hear that entire interview on WMUNmuncie.com.
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This Friday is National Coffee Day (9/29).
Indiana has the sixth lowest percentage of underage drinking in the country, according to a new study from Addiction Treatment Magazine.
Ironman Muncie is Saturday. Athletes from around the world have started to slowly arrive – may will be training, and familiarizing themselves with the route around Prairie Creek Reservoir, so please give them space and make them feel welcome.
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Muncie Police and Fire Trunk n Treat is 10/31 from 6 – 8 p.m. in the city hall parking lot.
Scientists have found clear differences in the blood of people with long Covid — a key first step of developing a test to diagnose the illness, in a report this week on NBC news.