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  • Muncie Altrusa Fund Announces New Officers June 20, 2024
    The Muncie Altrusa Foundation announces new officers. They include, President June Kramer, President-Elect Susan Volbrecht, Secretary Kailee McKnight, Treasurer Colleen Cooper, and the 2024-2025 Board Directors are Jennifer Johnson, Stephanie Clark, Tiffany Kerrigan, Angie Rogers-Howell, Kelli Petroviak, and Leigh Edwards. The post Muncie Altrusa Fund Announces New Officers appeared first on Woof Boom Radio News.
  • Candidacy Announced For 5th Congressional District June 20, 2024
    Elwood resident Roby Slaughter is mounting a bid to be an independent candidate for the 5th Congressional District seat. The Herald Bulletin reports Slaughter, 46, dropped off petitions bearing the names of registered voters to place him on the November ballot in courthouses around the district. Slaughter is running against incumbent Republican Victoria Spartz and... […]
  • Anderson Man Being Charged After Shooting Himself Following Traffic Stop June 20, 2024
    An Anderson man who shot himself during a confrontation with a Pendleton police officer is being charged with attempted murder. According to the Herald Bulletin, 39 year old Ross Morelock shot himself in the head on May 7 following a traffic stop in north Anderson and after exchanging gunfire with Officer Jerry Branson. Madison County... […]
  • Steve Lindell on his Trip to Uganda June 20, 2024
    We’ve shared several stories of my recent learning trip to visit with Radio Pacis in Northern Uganda, now a 25 minute interview with Editor in Chief Mike Rhodes is posted on MuncieJournal.com – plus some more photos from the journey. Indiana State Representative Sue Errington was on WMUN recently and invited suggestions for upcoming awards…... […]
  • Recount Date Set For At Large County Council Vote June 19, 2024
    June 26th has been chosen as the date for a recount of the Republican race for at-large county council in Delaware County. Delaware County Clerk Rick Spangler said the hearing in Delaware Circuit Court will be just two days before a recount deadline of June 28, reports the Star Press. The judge in the case,... […]
  • Judge Finds Muncie Man Guilty In Teen’s OD Death June 19, 2024
    A judge has found a Muncie man guilty of dealing the fentanyl that led to a local teenager’s overdose death. According to the Star Press, 24-year-old Ricky Lamiez Taylor was found guilty of aiding, inducing or causing dealing in a controlled substance resulting in death. The judge found Taylor not guilty of a second count... […]
  • Project Paradise Ribbon Cutting Thursday June 19, 2024
    Project Paradise was first established in 2024, with the mission to reduce violence and improve wellness among at-risk youth and young adults in Muncie, providing free access to musical education, studio recording, music engineering, photography, videography, and art classes. The public is invited at 1 pm on Thursday, June 20th, for a ribbon cutting ceremony... […]
  • Ball State Coach Helps Lead USA Volleyball Team to Victory June 19, 2024
    Yesterday BSU Men’s Volleyball Head Coach Donan Cruz Just got back from Mexico with the Under 21 National Team. Cruz served as an assistant coach. He brought home gold and qualified for the world championships! The team beat Canada in 3 sets on Sunday. The team now qualifies for the Norceca  Championship, similar to the... […]
  • Bike Safety Day in Anderson June 19, 2024
    Community Hospital Anderson says their Bike Safety Day is Thursday, June 20th from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. at the Geater Center, 1611 Chase St., Anderson. Some free bike helmets, will be available through the Hospital Foundation. There will be activities and snacks and two new bicycles will be given away during a free drawing. The... […]
  • Pendleton June Jamboree “K-Burgers” Benefit Others June 18, 2024
    After Pendleton’s June Jamboree (June 4 – 8th)  John Lord, Pendleton Kiwanis President. posted that the final number of the famous K Burgers sold was 10,020. That was not a record, BUT the 3,400 sold on Thursday night was a record for one night, according to his post.From those proceeds, checks for $420 will be... […]