Shafer Leadership Academy Announces New Membership Drive

Shafer Leadership Academy:  What is it? Ted Ward…

The membership director was on WMUN yesterday to talk about a new member drive. Hear the full interview on

As reported first on Wednesday, and yesterday morning on WMUN news radio – all three candidates are allowed to remain on the Republican ballot for the May 2024 Primary Election in Delaware County.  Brad Bookout, Ed Carroll and Sherry Riggin will remain on the ballot.

They came to Muncie…

Four Day Ray opened this week in Yorktown, confirmed by Town Manager Chase Bruton.

High school boys hoops:  double header planned for tonight on WMUN Radio and Woof Boom Radio TV – with the Yorktown and Delta games in focus, and we’ll follow the winners Saturday.  Best of luck Muncie Central – and we’re watching that outcome closely, and may had added games to bring you – it’s March madness, Indiana style!

The Muncie State of the City happens today at 8:00 a.m. at Cornerstone Center for the Arts.  Hear Mayor Dan Ridenour’s presentation Live on 92.5 FM, 1340 AM and Alexa: Play WMUN.

5th District Congresswoman Victoria Spartz says one of the many fights in DC regarding appropriations…

Energy as a tool of leverage for countries to control prices, and other countries – she feels strongly…

from yesterday’s WMUN Delaware County Today Radio show. Hear the entire conversation on

Mounting research shows that COVID-19 leaves its mark on the brain, including with significant drops in IQ scores, according to a physician scientist at Washington University in St. Louis, funded in part by the US Government.

Indiana history:  Today in 1888 The Ball Brothers began glass production in Muncie. The company had relocated to Indiana to take advantage of the abundant natural gas in the area. Another piece of Indiana history: Sunday in 1933 The Indiana Legislature adopted the cardinal as the official state bird.

On Tuesday,February 27th, the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals lifted the injunction halting Indiana’s ban on gender-affirming care for minors. Following the court’s decision, the ban will take effect immediately. In response, State Representative Sue Errington released the following statement:  “I am heartbroken for the young Hoosiers who will be impacted by this ban…With this ban, our state has instead chosen to turn its back on our transgender youth.”

Indiana Michigan Power plans to start construction next week to rebuild an aging underground power line along Tillotson Avenue in Muncie.  Along Tillotson Avenue between University Avenue and York Prairie Creek, just south of Euclid Avenue.  Typical work hours are 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on weekdays.

One of the many local Radio shows that we offer is called The Civil Libertarian…

That’s host Steve Guinn, Saturday’s 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. on Oldies 101.1 FM, 1240 AM and Alexa: Play WHBU.

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