Aeromodel Racing Flies Into Muncie

Flying high in Mjuncie. Enthusiasts involved with the AMA’s International Aeromodeling Center throughout July and August for the National Aeromodeling Championships are in town taking part in top cometition. There is high speed racing with small aircraft that can reach 200 mile per hour, also, control line a nd RC combat flights happening this weekend […]

Old Wilson Middle School Property On The Market

Wilson Middle School is apparently for sale. A property management firm that purchased it in 2015 is trying to sell both the building and the propertythat surrounds it. The asking price is $4.9 million dollars and the company had hoped that its purchase of the property would have lead to hundreds of jobs in the […]

Groups Sue To Keep Indiana Vote ID From Trump Commission

Two advocacy groups are suing to block Indiana from releasing voter data requested by President Donald Trump’s commission on election fraud. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in Lake County Court by the NAACP and the League of Women Voters of Indiana. They argue Indiana law prohibits Secretary of State Connie Lawson from releasing voter information […]

Area Grad Killed In Crash Of Military Chopper

A graduate of Shenandoah High School was among 16 military members killed in the crash of a military chopper this week. Investigators say Ryan Lohrey, a 2005 grad and member of the football team, died in the accident. Fifteen Marines and one Navy Corpsman were killed in the Mississippi Delta when a KC-130 tanker slammed […]

Back 2 School Fun Fest Slated For Muncie

A Back 2 School Fun Fest is happening a week from today, Wednesday, in Muncie. Open Door Health Services hosts the event 1 to 4pm at 333 S. Madison Street. There will be school and sports physicals, immunizations, and dental screenings offered for little to no cost. Children of all ages can enjoy free games, […]

Ex-Lawmaker Appointed To Alcohol Law Commission

A former Indiana lawmaker has been appointed to lead a commission that will examine the state’s Prohibition-era alcohol laws. Former Sen. Beverly Gard was announced on Tuesday to lead the Alcohol Code Revision Commission. Indiana’s antiquated booze laws became a hot-button issue during the legislative session after a convenience store owner devised a way to […]

Tweaks To Madison County Needle Exchange Program

Some changes made to the Madison County syringe exchange program. The Board of Health had voted to remove a small, metal bowl from those kits used to cook drugs. Madison County Council has a Tuesday meeting at which a resolution is expected to be put on the table that would ban the health department from […]

Report: Dealership Plans Stalled By Ownership Change

Plans to build a pair of auto dealerships on McGalliard Road are in limbo. The Star Press reports some work has been done on the Dellen Ford and Hyundai dealerships but things were postponed by a change in ownership. The likely time table of when the $14-million project will be done now is early to […]