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  • No Marching Band In Muncie This Summer

    Some sad news for Muncie marching band students: “This late, it is too late to field a competitive band right now.” Those the words of Tom Jarvis, Muncie Central Principal – citing the administration’s desire to not set up the new director, or the kids, for failure. A special meeting of the school board will […]

  • Anderson Votes On Mounds Lake Commission

    The Anderson City Council chambers were full and the crowd spilled into the city hall auditorium for the special meeting on the Mounds Lake proposal last night. After listening to arguments for and against, the council agreed to introduce an ordinance to create a Mounds Lake Commission on a 7-2 vote. Anderson is the first […]

  • Portland Man Pleads Guilty To Murder

    A Portland man has pleaded guilty to murder in the March stabbing death of his wife. 53-year-old Richard A. Straley entered his guilty plea in Jay Circuit Court. He will face a maximum 65-year prison term when he is sentenced by Judge Brian Hutchison on June 22. Straley entered the guilty plea against the advice […]

  • Anderson Kicks Of Blight Program

    The City of Anderson’s Blight Elimination Program officially kicked off its first demo Thursday. A Locust Street address was the first derelict property to be demolished under the Indiana Hardest Hit Fund Blight Elimination Program. The property is located near the Anderson Speedway and marks the first demolition of many resulting from a one-point-five million […]

  • Taylor University Prez Announces Retirement

    The long-time president of Taylor University is retiring. Dr. Eugene Habecker announced he will retire at the end of the coming academic year from the position he’s held since 2005. During his tenure he raised more than $180 million for the school that has consistently been recognized as one of the best colleges in the […]

  • Anderson Police Investigate Armed Robbery

    Anderson police continue to investigate an early Thursday morning robbery at Ric’s Mart, on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. The store clerk says an African-American male entered the store armed with a handgun and demanded money from the safe. As he was doing so, the suspect struck the clerk on the top of his […]

  • No Poultry At Local/State Fairs This Year

    To protect Indiana’s poultry from potential exposure to avian flu, the Indiana State Board of Animal Health have ceased all events that allow co-mingling of birds from different locations. That means there will be no poultry shows at local 4-H fairs or The Indiana State Fair. Indiana is the 11th state to ban poultry exhibitions. […]

  • DelCo Dispatch Faces Critical Shortage

    Delaware County officials are looking for funds to help with a critical shortage of full-time emergency dispatch workers. 25-percent of the center‘s employees work part-time and lack the training and experience necessary to perform the job efficiently. Director Joe Winkle called his staffing problem a nightmare. Winkle plans to go to the council in June […]

  • Teen Caught On Video Pleads Guilty

    An Indianapolis High School student that was caught on tape beating a fellow female student has entered into a guilty plea and will be given probation. The 17 year old student is not allowed to have any contact with the girl he is accused of attacking. The video went viral and sparked controversy at Northwest […]

  • Police And Swat Teams Uncover Drugs

    Kokomo Police and SWAT teams have arrested six people and seized illegal drugs while serving a search warrant after acting on a tip about drugs and guns. 40 year old Charles Ellis was arrested and is facing various drug related charges. Two other residents were arrested for visiting a common nuisance along with three people […]

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