Congressman Pence Questions Power Usage of Data Centers

Some in Congress are concerned about the amount of power needed for huge data centers, like the one coming to Ft. Wayne, and Greg Pence says this week there’s a hearing in DC that he wants some questions asked…

From WMUN news Radio earlier this week.

From the small world department: yesterday at Muncie on the Move, a Ball State Student said hello…

I mentioned that I just returned from her country to visit Radio Pacis…

her teacher also said hello…

they are hoping to help local businesses with IT and AI learning.

Religion is very important to the people of Uganda – the majority being Catholic – but too many religions to mention here – mass seemed to be a highlight of the week…

This from one of the many services I was invited to, with choirs always a big part of the event.

Find Your Place in Muncie – the new slogan, after a survey, as explained by Cheryl Crowder…

the rebranding of Muncie Downtown Development Partnership info was shared this week on the Radio show with Lathay Peguese on WMUN.  Hear the episode on

July 27 is the backpack, school supply and tennis shoe giveaway this year, and Al Holdren says donations are needed more than ever…

The organizer of the shoe part of the event says groups can pool their resources…

Jul 13th, 2024 is the First Annual Christmas in July Golf Tournament for Secret Families of Madison County. The event takes place at Fall Creek Golf Club in Pendleton, check in starts at 8:00 a.m. and Game play at 9:00 a.m. Chances to win prizes for several categories, including: Longest Drive, Closest to the Pin, Best Dressed, & more. It’s $60 per player. Register and find more Information at

The Muncie Chamber Cup Golf Outing is scheduled for June 25th and 26th, 2024. This popular event is organized by the Greater Muncie Chamber of Commerce and will take place at the Player’s Club Golf Course in Yorktown, Indiana. The outing features three flights: the first on June 25th at 1:00 p.m., and the second and third on June 26th at 7:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., respectively. Participants can register by June 14th to take advantage of the early bird pricing of $400 per team.

Fireworks plans are coming together – the City of Muncie show called Set the Night to Music is July 4th at Muncie Central High School grounds.  The Prairie Creek show is July 6th – both at 10 p.m., with music provided my Pyrotecnico and played on WLBC.  If your city or town wants to be on our List of events, email


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