Tuesday, 12/7/2021 Woof Boom Radio morning news

More than 30 degrees different in one day.   It got a lot colder yesterday – and space heaters can be useful, but dangerous That’s Mike Pruitt from the Bargersville Fire Department from last weekend’s This Week in Delaware County Radio show. Numbers are up, but some experts say the statistics are unreliable, because of timing.  […]

Body Found Near Railroad Tracks

Who is it and how did they get there? Muncie police are investigating after a man’s body was found Monday morning near railroad tracks on the city’s west side. It was found along White River Boulevard between Nichols and Godman avenues. 911 dispatchers received a related call at 8:27 a.m., according to the Muncie paper. […]

First Merchants Bank Releases Corporate Social Responsibility Report

First Merchants Bank has published its first corporate social responsibility report, “Elevating Communities.” MuncieJournal.com reports it highlights commitment to corporate social responsibility priorities in five key areas: employee empowerment, community investments and charitable giving, financial wellness, community home lending and diversity, equity and inclusion.

Monday, 12/6/2021 Woof Boom Radio morning news

Over $1.5 million since 2004.   That’s the total amount spend on kids and families for Secret Families Muncie, after about  $180 grand was spent on 350 families in Delaware county according to a social media post by Ben Smith who serves as the account each year.  Each family received a decorated live tree, fully wrapped […]

BSU Football to play Christmas Day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Dec. 5, 2021 Ball State selected to play Georgia State in TaxAct Camellia Bowl Cardinals set to play in back-to-back bowl games for third time in program history MUNCIE, Ind. – Ball State is going bowling once again as the Cardinals have accepted an invitation to play in the TaxAct Camellia Bowl against […]

BSU women’s volleyball season ends in round 2

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – – The Ball State women’s volleyball team saw its magical season come to an end Saturday evening with a 3-0 (29-27. 25-11, 25-19) loss at top-seeded Louisville in the second round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Championship. However, the BSU Cardinals (30-4) did not make it easy for the top […]

BSU Volleyball still dancing!

Dec. 3, 2021 (press release) Ball State Women’s Volleyball Is Still Dancing; Tops Michigan 3-2 Marie Plitt’s 20 kills; solid all-around defensive effort guide Ball State to the third NCAA Tournament win in program history and its first since 1995 LOUISVILLE, KY – – We’re going to round two!   Win No. 30 for the […]

Charges Against Anderson Man Upped In Crash

A Muncie man is charged with causing the death of another man in a three vehicle accident that happened three months ago. 56 year old Antonio Elmore ultimately died of his injuries a week after the crash. Now, 58 year old Glen Dent, who had been charged with OWI, is facing other charges in the […]

Friday, 12/3/2021 Woof Boom Radio morning news

Delayed, again.  Phil Nichols’ trial on corruption-related charges has been rescheduled for June 6.  The former Democratic Party chairman in Delaware County, had most recently been scheduled to stand trial Jan. 3.  His attorney said the COVID-19 pandemic had hampered his ability to investigate allegations of bid rigging on MSD projects.  Seven other defendants who […]