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  • Bone Dry June In Madison County July 1, 2022
    It’s been the driest June in Madison County in ten years. The Herald Bulletin reports Anderson and Madison County averages 5.24 inches of rain in June and this past month most of the area has received less than 2 inches of rain. There was a high of 9.54-inches of rain in 2015. The post Bone […]
  • NC Company Buys All Steel Carports Facility In Yorktown July 1, 2022
    A lease on life for the All Steel Carports facility in Yorktown that was built along Ind. 332 but never used. The Star Press reports it’s been sold to a North Carolina company that plans to produce steel structures at the site and hire about 40 employees when full-time operations begin. Northedge Steel paid $5.5 […]
  • Why Not To Use Fireworks Near Water Sources July 1, 2022
    Indiana American Water encourages everyone lighting off fireworks this weekend to keep them away from local water sources to help reduce the amount of contaminants entering Indiana’s waterways. Recent studies have shown that many fireworks and the waste they create, may contain certain hazardous compounds that can contaminate water supplies and present health concerns. The […]
  • Utility Services Tax No More In Indiana As Of July 1 July 1, 2022
    At a time when costs are increasing across the board, Hoosiers will soon benefit from the elimination of a special tax on utility bills. The repeal means monthly savings for all customers beginning July 1, 2022. MuncieJournal.com reports the Utility Receipts Tax and Utility Services Tax is currently a 1.46% addition to energy bills based […]
  • Government Contract Ends, So Does the Free Tests July 1, 2022
    Contract with Government ends – so do the free tests  –  Yesterday was the final day – as reported first in our free MuncieJournal.com earlier this week, Open Door Health Services’ no-cost COVID-19 testing site offered its final day of testing Thursday, June 30. Their state-contracted community testing site status ended. Community members seeking testing […]
  • Madison County Trial To Start Next Week For Man Charged With Attempted Murder June 30, 2022
    A Marion man charged with attempted murder in connection with a 2020 shooting is scheduled to go on trial Tuesday. The Herald Bulletin reports 29 year old Tevin King will be tried in Madison Circuit Court Division 6 in the shooting of Antonino Thompson on Aug. 16, 2020, in the 1600 block of South Madison […]
  • Muncie Fireworks Shows Details June 30, 2022
    The City of Muncie will celebrate America’s Independence Day with two spectacular fireworks performances. The first show will be displayed at Prairie Creek Reservoir on Saturday, July 2nd, at 10pm. You may listen to the music accompanying the reservoir fireworks on 104.1 HD1 WLBC. The official City of Muncie show will be aired by 104.1 […]
  • “A Lot Of Hurdles” for Anderson to get a new Grocery Store June 30, 2022
    Will a food dessert in Anderson be getting a drink?  It will if a Marion man is able to develop the former Marsh store on Nichol Avenue into a shopping center.  Liam Barnes III has been working on a project for the past three years in hopes of opening a grocery store and converting a […]
  • Muncie Welcoming New Festival In August June 29, 2022
    There’s a new street festival set to debut in Muncie in August featuring hot air balloons and hot food. The Star Press reports Muncie Downtown Development Partnership is hosting an all-day event called Fire Up DWNTWN, presented by Ivy Tech Muncie, on Aug. 6. The event will begin at 1 p.m. that day on the […]
  • Muncie Man’s Lawyer Says Client May Not Be Competent To Stand Trial June 29, 2022
    The lawyer for a Muncie man charged with murder says his client may not be competent to stand trial. The Star Press reports 33 year old Jason De’Andre Harris is accused of fatally shooting Erik Sparks, a 28-year-old Muncie man, on Feb. 7. Harris’ attorney filed a motion asking that his client be examined by […]