School Of Music Showcase At Sursa Performance Hall

The Ninth Annual School of Music Showcase is taking place virtually on September 25 at 7:30 p.m. The Showcase will feature a variety of outstanding soloists, chamber groups, and large ensembles in live and pre-recorded performances at Sursa Performance Hall. Rather than purchasing a ticket, attendees are asked to support student scholarships by donating to […]

I&M Expanding Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program

Indiana Michigan Power has been working with customers regarding their energy bills since the early days of the pandemic. I&M is providing an additional $175,000 to its Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program. To qualify, and to make sure the customers most in need have the best ability to receive assistance, customers must meet income guidelines and have a […]

Friday, 9/18/2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Party people might get a reprieve.   It was a short video clip from last weekend, a gathering held in the Village with social media posts that were shared with BSU and the Health Department – President Mearns told us yesterday in the WLBC Zoom Room what happened next The Muncie newspaper stated that Be […]

Madison County Is Buying Mobile Health Clinic

Madison County commissioners awarded a contract to a Wisconsin firm to build a mobile health clinic at a cost of just under half a million dollars. Officials say it will be used largely, at first, to combat coronavirus. The 39 foot vehicle will be used for COVID-19 testing and for mass vaccination clinics around the […]

Inmate Seeks Death Penalty

An Indianapolis man already serving two life sentences without parole has asked the Madison County Prosecutor’s office to file a death penalty case. The Herald Bulletin reports 45 year old Tommy P. Holland is charged with murder in the stabbing of Clifford Baggett at the Pendleton Correctional Facility on Aug. 9, 2019. He rejected a […]

Man Accused Of Attacking Stepdaughter’s Boyfriend

A Delaware County man is accused of attacking a teenage visitor to his home. The Star Press reports 43 year old Jeremy Lee Murphy of the 2200 block of East Delaware County Road 800-N is facing charges of battery resulting in moderate bodily injury and strangulation. The 17 year old alleged victim is the boyfriend […]

ArtsWalk Happens October 1st

A special edition of First Thursday, ArtsWalk will feature autumnal festivities and a celebration of arts, culture and KINDNESS in Muncie. Mask Up as you watch and learn from local artists as they create amazing chalk art. Enter the pumpkin carving contest and explore the DWNTWN community while searching for kindness rocks. It’s happening on […]

BSU Testing Shows A Hefty COVID Count

Just two weeks after students started returning to Ball State University last month, Delaware County has become a coronavirus hot spot. Out of nearly 600 students tested for the virus, more than half have been positive. Dozens of infections have been blamed on off-campus parties. University President Geoffrey Mearns says many cases are attributable to […]

Thursday, 9/17/2020 Woof Boom Briefs

Not enjoyable phone calls to make –  Our Steve Lindell spoke to Principal Chris Walker yesterday in the WLBC Zoom Room, and he was amazed at the understanding of all involved as they had to shut down Muncie Central football for a little while Hear the entire interview this weekend on This Week in Delaware […]

Police Probe Into Bullets That Struck Residence

Bullets struck a home on County Road 250 North and Bethany Road recently and police say they’re trying to determine who is responsible. Three bullets shattered the front window, pne of the bullets struck a wall, another shattered items in a curio cabinet and a third passed through the couch where a man had been […]