ArtsWalk in Muncie is Thursday Night

Coming up tomorrow night—The annual First Thursday in downtown Muncie will feature a special edition of ArtsWalk. This year’s theme is “It’s a Three Ring Circus.” Artswalk will feature unique arts, live entertainment for both childen and adults, delicious food and more. You can find a complete article on all the events, and vendors at this link […]

Muncie Fields of Faith Tomorrow (10/5/2022)

Good kids, doing good things – and making joyful noise –  Tomorrow night, it’s Fields of Faith – here’s FCA leader Jeff Mosier with how big of an event this is Back inside the Muncie Fieldhouse again Our world needs some uplifting words, and music Later this week, the history of the FCA. Saturday, Oct. […]

“Epic Comeback” Win for BSU

Called an Epic Comeback –  If you missed it Saturday: Ball State football scored 38 points in the second half to force overtime and then clinched the win, 44-38 Coach Neu sounded subdued there, because that was with Mick Tidrow before the game.   The Cardinals hit the road for their first MAC game away, Saturday […]

BSU: 12 Acres of Land to City of Muncie

MUNCIE, Indiana – The Ball State University Board of Trustees approved the transfer of 12.36 acres of land to the Muncie Redevelopment Commission (MRC) during its regularly scheduled meeting on Friday. The Board’s action was part of a meeting that included several informational updates—including on the Ball State-Muncie Community Schools partnership, a new Indiana Connection […]

Senator Todd Young: “Serious As a Heart Attack.”

Serious as a heart attack –  Indiana Senator Todd Young:  how seriously should Hoosiers take Vladimir Putin’s nuclear threats He said yesterday that the US should enlist other countries And, Young added It’s a world away, but you have heard of this week’s move by Russia to annex occupied areas of Ukraine.  Yesterday, I asked […]

MCS Enrollment Down, But Not Official, Yet

Enrollment seems to be down, but they’re not official yet – with ‘LBC’s (day of week) morning news, I’m Steve Lindell.  Enrollment at MCS was discussed this week at the Board Meeting, and Pres. Jim Williams said there is a slight reduction from last year Dr. K explained that this is not the final official […]

BSU Hurt with Chinese Enrollment by a Common Cause

COVID slamming enrollment numbers –  More now on the COVID impact of Cardinal students from China.  In the past, Ball State University has had many Chinese undergraduate students studying at the University, but the global pandemic has changed that dynamic markedly.  A spokesman for the University provided the following – returning to China to promote […]

Situation Resolved: But How Did a Gun Get Into School?

Serious incident at Central High resolved without incident  – Around 10 o’clock yesterday morning, school officials searched a student’s locker and found a handgun inside a backpack in a locker at Muncie Central high school. The student was immediately detained by school security officers and Muncie Police were called and took the student into custody.  […]

Funeral Today for Fallen Officer

To be laid to rest today  –  Thousands are expected to attend Richmond Police Department K-9 Officer Seara Burton’s funeral today.  Her funeral will be at 11 a.m. today inside Richmond High School’s Tiernan Center – Richmond Schools have an E-Learning Day today to allow the use of the facility.   After the funeral, a procession […]