Lt. Gov. Crouch Comes To Muncie

Lt. Governor, Suzanne Crouch spoke Wednesday at a lunch event for the Muncie Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. She spent much of her talk relating the importance of small business, and conservative fiscal leadership. Before the event, she visited the Erskine Green Training Center at the Courtyard by Marriott. Hear the entire presentation this weekend […]

Nominations Sought For Chamber Awards

Nominations are being sought for the Chamber Champions Awards. They take place March 20th and members will be recognized for longetivity and also the Al Rent Spirit of Muncie Award Nominees for the Al Rent Spirit of Muncie award should volunteer for the Chamber of Commerce and be a role model, a respected leader and […]

BSU-MCS Liasion Retiring

The person who’s been a go between for Ball State University and Muncie Community Schools is retiring. Marilyn Buck isn’t being replaced as BSU officials say it was never meant to be a permanent position. She was instrumental in establishing a plan to help the school district recover through its affiliation with Ball State. A […]

PlySpace Announces Spring Term Residents

PlySpace, an artist-in-residence program of the Muncie Arts and Culture Council, is excited to introduce the Spring Term residents, Kevin Titzer, Siena Hancock, Matt Litwin, and Victoria Eidelsztein, who will be joining PlySpace and residing in Muncie through April 2019. Each resident brings a host of community-focused projects and an array of skills to the […]

Three Family Members Face Drug Counts

A mother, father and teen son all face drug related counts in Dunkirk. Police say 18 year old Logan Hollingsworth told police when they came to his West Washington Street home that dealing drugs was his job. That stemmed from drug deals that allegedly went down between November and January. Also, 40 year old Tessa […]

Van Cott Lecture In Political Economy And Liberty

The Department of Economics will host the 2nd Annual T. Norman Van Cott Lecture in Political Economy and Liberty on Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. in the Arts & Journalism building, Room 175 on the campus of Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Joseph Butz, Chief Operating Office, Kaiser Permanente, will discuss Free […]

‘State Of The Child’ Session March 1

Join the Indiana Youth Institute, United Way of Delaware County and Ball State University on Friday, March 1 for “State of the Child,” a series of town hall discussions, led by the staff of the Indiana Youth Institute and hosted by thought leaders in communities across the state. The Muncie session will be 9:30 to […]

Young-Sponsored FFA Bill Passed By Senate

The Senate passed a bipartisan resolution yesterday introduced by Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chris Coons (D-Del.), and cosponsored by a bipartisan group of over 40 additional Senators, to mark February 16-23, 2019 as National FFA Week. In addition to designating National FFA Week, the resolution recognizes the important role of the National FFA Organization […]

Hep A Cases Reach County Jail

The Delaware County lock up is dealing with a hepatitis A outbreak. The sheriff says it was detected this month. Statewide, there have been more than 980 confirmed cases of hepatitis A , including seven in Delaware County. The Delaware County Health Department provided vaccinations to inmates and jail staff. Jammie Bane, administrator of the […]