Application For Scholarships For Non-Traditional Students

Applications for the American Association of University Women, Muncie Branch, nontraditional student scholarship are due Wednesday, April 1. The form to apply for the scholarship must be secured no later than Wednesday, March 25. The scholarship is worth $1,500 and is available for the 2019-2020 academic year, effective Aug. 1, 2020, through July 31, 2021.

Change Of Venue For Muncie Sanitary District Board Case

In response to the legal action filed by the current City of Muncie Engineer, Brian Stephens-Hotopp, in conjunction with the City of Muncie, the attorneys for the Muncie Sanitary District Board filed a motion for change of judge, last Monday, February 3, 2020. After negotiations, attorneys for both the City of Muncie and the Muncie […]

Opponents File Appeal To Drug Treatment Center Decision

An appeal has been filed by opponents of a proposed drug treatment center in Anderson. The Board Of Zoning Appeals approved a 100 bed facility for men-only at the former Mockingbird Hill site. The appeal claims the facility would jeopardize the safety, security and comfort of the community and interfere with quality of life.

KIDS Count Data Book To Be Released

Join the Indiana Youth Institute, United Way of Delaware, Henry and Randolph Counties, and Ball State University on Friday, Feb. 28 for “State of the Child Conference.” This year, the presentation of the 2020 Indiana KIDS COUNT Data Book will be followed by discussing how communities can address the issues. The Muncie session will be […]

Four Anderson Residents Indicted In Drug Trafficking Operation

Five people have been indicted after authorities uncovered more than 25 pounds in methamphetamine, 10 pounds of cocaine, other drugs and firearms during a 16-month investigation in Anderson and Indianapolis. Among those facing federal drug trafficking charges are 37 year old Charles House, 25 year old Sean Brown, 34 year old Marcus Hayes-Patterson and 34 […]

Teen Accused Of Threatening Ex-Girlfriend With Sex Videos

Charges face an 18-year-old Muncie man accused of distributing two videos of his sexual activities with a former girlfriend. The Star Press reports DeAndre Curtis Long, of the 2900 block of North Elgin Street, reportedly told the 16 year old victim he would use the videos to “expose” her if she didn’t “resume their dating […]

BSU Students Get A Taste Of Food Insecurity

Ball State students got a taste of what it’s like to be food insecure. NewsLink Indiana reports there was a poverty simulation event put on by Second Harvest Food Bank to see if students could survive living in poverty for a month. The simulation is a two-and-a-half hour role-play opportunity. Participants spend one month in […]