Tuesday, 9/22/2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Fieldhouse nearing completion, again!   The remaining work on the North Walnut Street Fieldhouse is nearing completion That’s Central High School Principal Chris Walker last week in the WLBC Zoom Room. More Facts, Not Fear: despite what you may hear on National news sources, Indiana is much better off than many states.  Gov. Holcomb from last […]

Anderson Deals With Aftermath Of August Shootings

13 shootings in Anderson last month is being labeled alarming by a local pastor. Rev. Anthony Harris of the Church Upon On Rock on East 29th Street said one shooting is too many in Anderson. According to the Herald Bulletin, twelve incidents involved shots being fired at either people or vehicles. Four local men have […]

MCS Receives $825K In Grants

Four grants totaling $825,000 will allow Muncie Community Schools (MCS) to improve young students’ literacy, help train teachers and increase security at MCS facilities.$500,000 from the US Department of Justice’s School Violence Prevention Program, $100,000 from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, $225,000 from the Indiana Department of Education, $150,000 for a 21st Century Learning […]

Fields Of Faith 2020 Draws Near

Fellowship of Christian Athletes of East Central Indiana has been approved for a crowd size variance for Fields of Faith 2020. The event will take place Wednesday, September 30thon the Shawnee Heights softball/football Field, 1600 E. Fuson Rd., Muncie, IN 47302. Gates open at 6:15 p.m. Music begins at 6:40. Program begins at 7:00. Bring […]

Monday, 9/21/2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Who received an invite, and who did not?  Last week, the Muncie newspaper reported on some candidates, including 6th District Congressman Greg Pence, not agreeing to be in forums organized by some Muncie groups.  Friday, Liz Dessauer, Spokeswoman for Greg Pence for Congress campaign emailed a statement at our request:  “Our campaign was never contacted […]

BSU Trustees approve balanced budget

As a result of prudent planning, combined with better than projected enrollment and retention, Ball State University’s Board of Trustees today approved a balanced budget for 2020-21.    Ball State President Geoffrey S. Mearns informed the Board that the budget will enable the University to continue to focus on its academic mission while also responding […]

BSU Provost Presents Different Proposals For Spring Calendar

Ball State’s Board of Trustees met Friday and Susana Rivera-Mills, provost and executive vice president for academic affairs, introduced two different proposals for the spring 2021 semester calendar at the meeting to begin instruction on Jan. 19 and eliminate spring break. The second proposal for the spring 2021 calendar would include staggered start dates for […]

Clean Is A Top Priority For Teachers Returning To The Classroom

Anderson Community Schools teachers are thinking clean, as in disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizer and other cleaning supplies as they return to in-person instruction September 28th. The Anderson Education Foundation, through the Classroom Closet, will hold a special opening for the 2020-21 school year from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Tuesday at the D26 Career Center building, […]

Man Charged In Attack On Teen

Police say they charged a New Castle man with punching a 14-year-old boy in the face, and later pointing a firearm at a woman who tried to intervene on behalf of the juvenile. According to the Star Press, 44 year old Jeremy Scott Bailey allegedly threw the boy against a wall and then punched him […]