A Marion man is under arrest after allegedly trying to rob the Circle K convenience store at 702 S. Washington Street in Marion early Sunday morning. Robert Colburn Jr., 25, allegedly gave the clerk a note demanding money. He left the store after the clerk stepped away from the cash register. Police tracked him to […]
A Muncie teenager has thrown his hat into the ring to become Muncies next mayor. Kristopher Shroyer, 18, also registered to vote at the same time he entered the Republican race. The Cowan High School senior lives in Muncie.
Muncie Mayor Dan Canan says he’s proud of the job done by Muncie street crews in handling the Blizzard of ’07. The crews did a good job of keeping the main streets and secondary roads clear. Neighborhood cleanup efforts were under way late in the week. Meanwhile Anderson Mayor Kevin Smith was also happy with […]
Walnut Street in downtown Muncie will be the place to be Saturday night for “Muncie Gras.” Thousands are expected to attend. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the gates for the biggest fundraising event for Downtown Muncie Development during the course of the year. Two outdoor entertainment stages and many indoor musical events […]
One of the Hummers donated to Muncie by producers of Armed and Famous got a special use early Wednesday morning. Police used it to transport the husband of an expecting mother to a birthing center where she was entering emergency child birth. The youngster was born at the Expectations birthing center on White River Boulevard.
Muncies South View Elementary School will remain closed Friday. Superintendent Marlin Creasy says the building suffered roof and structural damage possibly due to the weight of the snow. The extent of the damage has yet to be determined.
The second-generation leader of a Delaware County construction company died suddenly Tuesday. Dale Tschour was 47. He took over leadership of the Gale Tschour Company when his father and the companys namesake died in December of 2004.
The Marion community Schools have a new business manager. The school board hired Mary Jane Bartrom during its Wednesday night meeting.
An Anderson man has received a 15-year prison sentence on a charge of battery resulting in serious bodily injury and for being a habitual offender. Gregory Ragland, 48, pleaded guilty to the charges that were filed after he beat up his girlfriend. Under a plea agreement his sentence was capped at 20 years with five […]
Area stores are pulling peanut butter that federal officials say could be tainted with salmonella. The Peter Pan or Great Value peanut butter from Conagra Foods is in jars marked with the numbers 2111.