Two Aging Wells Serving Anderson Will Be Replaced

A couple of 40 year old wells will be replaced after the Anderson Redevelopment Commission voted to allocate $1.2 million for the project. The wells in question are in the Lafayette well field off County Road 300 North, where the city recently opened a new drinking water treatment plant in the area. The Herald Bulletin […]

Man Held In Woman’s Overdose Death

No bail for a Dunkirk man behind bars in connection with a fatal overdose last July in Madison County. 27 year old Antoine Whitfield is charged with dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death. According to the Star Press, the charge stems from the July 26 death of Janey Nannette Pettitt, whose body was […]

COVID Cases Uptick Closes Northside Middle School

Officials at Muncie Community Schools have decided to temporarily close Northside Middle School until next week in response to a recent uptick in positive COVID-19 test results at the school. Students will shift to e-learning, utilizing the district’s Schoology learning management system, for the rest of this week. In-person learning is expected to resume on […]

IRONMAN To Hold Triathlon Event In Muncie

The IRONMAN Group announced the addition of a new full-distance IRONMAN triathlon event that will take place in the long-standing IRONMAN partner city of Muncie, Indiana on October 2, 2021. This event will be held in conjunction with IRONMAN 70.3 Muncie. The first half-distance triathlon event was held in Muncie in 1980 at the same […]

Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021 Woof Boom Radio Morning news

Dr. Box, please with the progress.   The leader of the Indiana State Department of Health shared a story of a family positively impacted by getting their shots As Kim Morris told you first yesterday, Hoosiers age 70 and older can now begin scheduling appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.  Appointments can be scheduled by visiting […]

Ingalls Weighs Action Against Heavy Truck Traffic

Too much heavy truck traffic is taking its toll in Ingall and now Town Council has been weighing an ordinance to shut it down. The Herald Bulletin reports the measure allows trucks to make deliveries using the closest intersecting streets and exempts from the weight restriction fire equipment, town vehicles and contractors performing work for […]

Judge Sets July Start For Tyler Theft Trial

July 12th is the new trial start date for former Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler. He’s facing a federal theft charge, accused of accepting a $5,000 bribe to steer excavation work to a local contractor. The Star Press reports Tyler was indicted by a federal grand jury in Indianapolis in November 2019, a few weeks before […]

Area Schools Get Grant Funding For Tech Program

Eight local K-12 public schools in Delaware County received a total of $182,000 in the third phase of the K-12 School Technology Resilience Initiative. Among those recipients Burris Laboratory School , Cowan Community Schools, Daleville Community Schools, Delaware Community Schools, Liberty-Perry Community Schools, Muncie Community Schools, Wes-Del Community Schools and Yorktown Community Schools.