The Cowan School Board Wednesday night accepted the resignation of Cowan Junior-Senior High School physical education teacher and baseball coach Keith Nunley. He picked up his third drunk driving arrest last November, and his guilty plea led to a felony conviction. Meanwhile the board also approved a contract with an outside firm to conduct background […]
Around 20 people from the MoveOn organization protested outside the Muncie office of Congressman Mike Pence (R-6th) Wednesday. The group is against an escalation of the Iraq war through a troop surge planned by President Bush.
The Delaware County Commissioners are reviewing ideas on how to improve traffic flow at the intersection of Jackson and Morrison roads between Muncie and Yorktown. A traffic roundabout with a creek flowing through an island in the middle of the intersection is one of the ideas being considered.
The Carmel City Council this week approved increased connection fees for new water service for both homes and businesses. The council also approved an increase in penalties on bad checks.
A total of 15 felony charges of crimes against children have been formally filed against a Swayzee man. Christopher Beard, 28, made his initial court appearance in Grant Superior Court Two Wednesday morning. Beard was arrested Monday is being held in the Grant County Jail on a $310,000 bond.
The Fort Wayne man accused with abducting a girl, killing her and then dumping her body in a gravel pit near Albany in Delaware County made his initial court appearance Wednesday. Simon Rios pleaded not guilty to charges related to the case and then requested a speedy trial. His trial date has been set for […]
Guide Corporation says it is ending health and life insurance coverage for former salaried workers and retirees from the Anderson plant and from the companys headquarters in Pendleton. The final day of coverage is March 17.
The Eaton Town Council has a special meeting planned for seven p.m. Thursday. The council will discuss the proposed annexation of the Shideler area.
The Anderson Redevelopment Commission has approved an $893,000 contract with Poindexter Excavating of Indianapolis to do dirt work for a railroad spur line to the new Nestle plant.
The Alexandria City Council is setting about the task of getting a number of city projects accomplished. Discussion and an action plan are being organized. Among the projects is a city-oriented web site that will be used to promote the community.