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Student Art Sought In Madison County

Artwork for the 23rd annual student art exhibition may be dropped off from 3 to 6 p.m. Feb. 25 and from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feb. 26 at the Anderson Museum of Art. The Herald Bulletin reports all Madison County students of high school age are eligible to enter the exhibition. This includes any…read more »

Black Muncie Trailblazers To Be Celebrated Saturday

Black Muncie trailblazers will be celebrated Saturday during a program at Minnetrista. The event, running from 10am to 2pm, looks at those who were pioneers in their jobs, community action, academic achievement and more, reports the Muncie paper. The event includes a workshop, “Empowering our Community by Investing in Every Generation” from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.…read more »

Applications Being Accepted For David Sursa Leadership Award

The Community Foundation is pleased to announce that nominations are being accepted for the annual David Sursa Leadership Award. The award rewards, recognizes, and encourages extraordinary leadership by a nonprofit board member in Delaware County. MuncieJournal.com reports the David Sursa Leadership Award annually recognizes a nonprofit board member in Delaware County who displays the characteristics…read more »

Tuesday, Feb. 22, 2022 Woof Boom Radio morning news

Report finally released.  In a 16 page report dated Feb. 17, prepared by a law firm hired by the school district, the events at Muncie Central High School in Relation to the V for Vendetta Project and subsequent events was released yesterday – among the recommendations that will be considered by the School Board:   Develop…read more »

The Report: MCS releases statement, and entire document

Clicking here will take you to the statement from Muncie Community Schools, as well as the actual Report prepared by the investigating law firm, related to the incidents from late 2021 at Muncie Central High School.   The post The Report: MCS releases statement, and entire document appeared first on Woof Boom Radio News.read more »

Anderson Armed Robbery Under Investigation

Anderson Police are investigating a Sunday robbery at the Anderson Pantry, 111 E. 53rd St. The Herald Bulletin reports two suspects entered the store wearing all black with gray masks covering their faces. One suspect remained at the entrance to the store while the second man went to the counter, displayed a handgun and demanded…read more »

Man Sentenced In 1993 Murder Of Pizza Delivery Driver Going Free

47 year old Martez Powell is scheduled to be released from prison soon after being sentenced in 1994 for shooting and killing a pizza delivery driver at the 400 Apartments complex on West Riverside Avenue. In recent months, Powell was transferred from prison to a “community re-entry center” in South Bend. He is scheduled to…read more »

Applications For Scholarship Being Accepted

Applications for the American Association of University Women, Muncie Branch, nontraditional student scholarship are due Friday, April 1. MuncieJournal.com reports the scholarship is worth $1,500 and is available for the 2022-2023 academic year, effective Aug. 1, 2022, through July 31, 2023. The scholarship must be used for tuition, health fee, books, and other classroom-related expenses…read more »

City Council Seeks To Fill Seats On MCS Board

Muncie City Council is seeking members for the Muncie Community Schools Board. The three individuals Muncie City Council recommends must be at least 21 years of age, be a United States Citizen, have at least a high school diploma or GED, with post-secondary educational degree preferred and be a resident within the MCS School District,…read more »

Monday, Feb. 21, 2022 Woof Boom Radio morning news

The State changed the rules, what’s next.  The subject of mask mandates will likely be discussed tomorrow at the Muncie Community Schools Board Meeting.  At the last meeting, a member of the audience asked for a vote, and President Williams complied That was before last week’s new guidance from the Indiana State Department of Health…read more »