Monday, June 29, 2020 Woof Boom Morning Briefs

Early Sunday morning, a person was struck and killed on Interstate 69 near the Marion-Hamilton county line at 96th Street early Sunday morning, according to WTHR. State Police were diverting all southbound traffic off the highway at 96th Street until about 7 a.m. Over the weekend, a man in Delaware County shot at police on […]

Three Charged In Alexandria Home Invasion

We told you about a home invasion in Alexandria earlier this week and now three arrests have been made. Police say 18 year old Karson Hartwell, 18 year old Tyler J. Beeme of Anderson, and 18 year old Brandon M. Coryell face charges in the incident on the 400 block of North Canal Street. Bail […]

New Castle Woman Dies In Crash

A 78 year old New Castle woman is dead after police say her car collided with another head on, in the 2600 block of south Ind. 103. Two Muncie women in the other car suffered serious injuries. 78 year old Doris Crawford was flown from the scene to an Indianapolis hospital where she died of […]

Healthy Turnout For BSU’s Journalism Workshops

More than 1,000 middle and high school students and teachers representing 36 states registered for Ball State University Department of Journalism’s Summer 2020 Journalism Workshops in the first-ever online only programming of the iconic skills bootcamp. The on-campus residential workshop moved to a virtual experience after quarantine orders and other mandated precautions in light of […]

Selma Athletic League Receives Community Foundation Funds

The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc., through the Liberty Perry Selma Town Endowment Fund, is awarding $890 to the Selma Athletic League. Selma Athletic League offers baseball and softball opportunities for children of all ages in the community. This grant will defray the cost of improvements needed to run an effective baseball […]

Selma Athletic League Receives Community Foundation Funds

The Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County, Inc., through the Liberty Perry Selma Town Endowment Fund, is awarding $890 to the Selma Athletic League. Selma Athletic League offers baseball and softball opportunities for children of all ages in the community. This grant will defray the cost of improvements needed to run an effective baseball […]

Friday, June 26, 2020 Woof Boom Morning briefs

More now from Steve Lindell’s conversation this week with Muncie Central High School principal Chris Walker.  The plan for athletics was approved by the school board Hear the entire interview this weekend on This Week in Delaware County. As we first reported yesterday, Ironman Lubbock cancelled on Wednesday for the event that was to have […]

Sentencing In Shooting Death Case

Sentencing Thursday for Willie Alex “Terell” Owens Jr. in Madison Circuit Court . The 36 year old Owens was found guilty of shooting Tommie L. Griffin three times in the head on Jan. 1, 2019. Griffin died of his injuries. Owens was originally scheduled to be sentenced in April, but sentencing was delayed due to […]

BSU Students Helping To Track Food Demand

Second Harvest food tailgates have been very much in demand, plus local farmers have ramped up production in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Star Press reports, during the spring semester, students studying geography at Ball State University were able to map out data on the local food system, finding out who was in need […]

Another Meeting On Muncie’s Livestock Code

The Land and Traffic Committee of the Muncie Common Council holds another meeting at 7:00 PM Thursday night in the City Hall Auditorium at 300 North High Street. The meeting will be in regards to public input on an ordinance of the City of Muncie amending the city code on livestock.