Delaware County to bring back staff to County Building

The Delaware County Commissioners voted Friday afternoon to bring back all staff members to the County Building beginning May 6th.  The building will still be restricted from other visitors.  This would allow the Department Heads May 4 – 5 to get their staff ready to return, as well as some more preparations such at Plexiglas […]

Indiana GOP Chairman on Indiana’s Back on Track Plan to Reopen Indiana

INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Republican Party Chairman Kyle Hupfer released this statement in response to Governor Holcomb’s phased Back on Track plan released today to reopen Indiana: “Today, Governor Holcomb outlined the most comprehensive, data-driven, and well-thought-out plan for reopening a state in the entire country. Hoosiers have benefited from his steady, thoughtful leadership since day one […]

Friday, May 1, 2020, Woof Boom Morning Briefs

In Indiana, nearly 91% of the deaths of COVID19 are over the age of 60.  Dr. Kristina Box from the State Department of Health clarified yesterday that contact tracing has been going on, but the new, centralized plan announced Wednesday is intended to enhance and speed up the reliability of that data.  Gov. Holcomb shared […]

Thursday, April 30, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Today is the special “Buy a Card, Save a Madison County Business” Radio-thon from Woof Boom Radio  Your purchase of a gift card through the Madison County Chamber today will provide immediate capital for struggling businesses, and will be redeemable at that business when they open.  Visit the Madison County Chamber’s website for info, or […]

Wednesday, April 29, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Muncie Sanitary District recently posted on their website, their Billing Department will remain closed to the public, even after sanctions are lifted.  District officials also announced that they will not be moving their offices to a new downtown location as planned but instead will relocate some operations to their new Sanitation Operations Plant located at […]

Tuesday, April 28, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Ivy Tech Community College is assisting General Motors Co. in its efforts to quickly fill more than 1,000 full- and part-time temporary jobs at its Kokomo plant to help current employees produce 30,000 ventilators by the end of August.  Full- and part-time temporary manufacturing team member positions offer a starting wage of $16.67, and holiday […]

Monday, April 27, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

The Small Business Administration will resume accepting PPP loan applications today (Monday, April 27) at 10:30AM EDT from approved lenders on behalf of any eligible borrower.   In the first round of the program, the average size of a loan was $206,000.  In Indiana,  approximately 36,000 loans were approved, valued at $7.5 billion.  Again, whether you […]

AUDIO: BSU President Geoffrey Mearns, on Commencement and much more

Ball State University President Geoffrey Mearns has agreed to spend some time with Woof Boom Radio news weekly.  Today we discussed Commencement, possible budget and service cuts, how the Health Center will deal with students (a parent question), and ‘will the students be allowed to come back to campus for Fall semester?’ LISTEN HERE: https://soundcloud.com/wlbcwakeupcrew/bsu-pres-geoff-mearns-april23