Should you get the shot, or not? Those with medical conditions such as asthma, diabetes and pregnancy are at greater risk for getting the flu. Manager of infection prevention for IU Health’s East Central Region says people with those risks should get the season shot.
On yesterday’s 765BusinessJournal.com Radio show, we met Tom Leaird, and learned how he got into Scuba
hear about his Muncie business that’s an International connection, on the 765 Channel of WMUNmuncie.com.
On to the next round of high school football – Friday, Oldies 101 travels for the Anderson game, and WMUN Radio will be live at Delta as Yorktown makes the short road trip. 6:30 p.m. pregame on FM, AM, stream and smart speaker.
More now on this week’s Christmas Assistance sign ups at Muncie Salvation Army – Major Curtiss Hartley
Last week, the Kiwanis Club of Muncie welcomed Hannah Coffman of the Isaiah 1:17 House, from what we saw on social media. If established in Delaware county, she says it will serve as a safe and welcoming place for children who are removed from their homes and awaiting foster care. Look to their Facebook page to find out more, the link’s on our Local News page now. https://www.facebook.com/isaiah117housedelawarecoin/
WLBC News Bits:
A study found workers spend around an hour a day at work messing around on their personal smartphones.
Indianapolis Radio loses Radio host Jim Denny on Dec. 15 – retiring.
Thousands of Black women who have sued L’Oréal, Revlon and other cosmetic companies allege hair products are responsible for their uterine cancer and infertility, from NBC news.
Guinness World Records has recognized A new chili pepper named Pepper X as the world’s hottest.
According to a survey by Kimberly-Clark, 57 percent say that if the toilet paper in a public bathroom is rough and scratchy, they’d rather hold it until they get home.
Calling all vets – It’s two weeks from this Friday, and the call out to Veteran’s to attend and be honored at Muncie’s Northside Middle School – Principal Benjamin Willams
Three programs that day – 10, 11:30 a.m. and 2:30 – all are welcome, especially veterans and their families.
Liberty Perry Schools Fall Musical FREAKY FRIDAY with book by Bridget Carpenter, music by Tom Kitt, and lyrics by Brian Yorkey and by special arrangement with Music Theatre International on Thursday, November 2, 2023; Friday, November 3, 2023; and Saturday, November 4, 2023 in the Wapahani Auditorium at 7:00PM each night. Come see what happens when a teenage daughter and her mother mysteriously exchange bodies right before the mother’s wedding. Contact the Wapahani High School office (765)289-7323. for further information.