Another delay is being requested by attorneys for former Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler in his federal theft trial. Tyler was arrested in November, charged with theft of government funds. His trial was originally set for this week, and then delayed until May 26th. Now his lawyers are looking for another delay because both attorneys will […]
A third woman has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of a man over an alleged custody dispute. The Jay County Prosecutor’s Office says a second 18-year-old, Hannah Knapke of Fort Recovery, Ohio, has been arrested and charged in the death of 31-year-old Shea Briar. This comes one week after 31-year-old Esther Stephen […]
One of Madison County’s largest employers plans to grow even more this year. Officials with Elwood-based Red Gold announced their intention to add two new processing lines to the company’s plant in northern Madison County, a project they termed “a multimillion-dollar expansion” of its operations that will add jobs and expand its footprint both locally […]
Another Delaware County Republican running for a seat in the Legislature is making education a top priority. Elizabeth Rowray, a school board member in Yorktown, has filed her candidacy for state representative in House District 35. The incumbent, Melanie Wright, D-Yorktown, who is a school teacher, is seeking re-election.
A former Alexandria city councilman has been elected to complete the four-year term of the late Donna Davis on the Anderson City Council. Don Lynch was chosen during the 2nd District Democratic Party caucus. Davis was elected to a 10th term in November, but died in December creating the vacancy on the city council.
Work orders for the Anderson Water Department will be going paperless soon. The Anderson Board of Public Works on Tuesday approved a contract with Ziptility Inc. for $9,500. Neal McKee, superintendent of the Water Department, said Ziptility is a field management software company that will allow paperless work orders for crews.
Fans of Muncie’s Texas Roadhouse will be happy to know the steakhouse on McGalliard Road will remain open while the new one is being built. The Star Press reports the new location is being constructed right next door where ALDI used to stand. Built in 1986, the current store originally served as a Sizzler. Ten years […]
Next week, Culver’s of Muncie, located at 1312 W McGalliard Rd will donate a portion of its sales to raise funds for the Selma 8th Grade Field Trip between 5pm – 8pm on January 29th. The class is going to Washington DC later this school year and is looking to raise capital to help pay […]
A representative of the Indiana Coalition for Public Education will be the guest speaker Saturday for the next joint meeting of the Muncie branches of the American Association of University Women and the League of Women Voters. Find out more at Muncie Journal dot com.
The Shanghai Ballet presents The Butterfly Lovers this Friday evening at 7:30 pm at Emens Auditorium at Ball State University. The Shanghai Ballet is one of the world’s predominant ballet companies, bringing the unique glamour of Chinese dance to the Emens stage.