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Wednesday, 12/7/2022 Local News Here

If she decides to run for Governor of Indiana, Jennifer McCormick will be asked about her thoughts on abortion legislation The potential Democratic candidate will be a guest on This Week in Delaware County, first airing Saturday’s 9-10a.m. on WMUN, The Talk of Muncie, 92-5 FM 1340 AM and free streams. One of the many…Continue Reading

County, AT&T Planning Broadband Project

Delaware County has announced plans for a $2.3 million project with AT&T to build a state-of-the-art network and deliver AT&T broadband to some 1,250 customer locations in parts of the county. The project is contingent upon a final contract between the county and AT&T. The post County, AT&T Planning Broadband Project appeared first on Woof…Continue Reading

Victorian Holiday Home Tour

The East Central Neighborhood will have its annual Victorian Holiday Home Tour this weekend on December 10 from 4–8 PM and December 11 from 1–5 PM. reports there will be multiple homes on the tour, including the historic Emily Kimbrough home. Everything you need to build a gingerbread house will be provided. The winner…Continue Reading

8th Annual I.D.E.A. Conference

The 8th annual I.D.E.A. Conference is happening Saturday, March 4th at Ball State’s L.A. Pittenger Student Center. reports the planning committee is currently seeking proposals from speakers who have experience and information to share that will help improve quality of life in Muncie’s neighborhoods. If you are interested in presenting a session at the…Continue Reading

It Sounds Like There’s a Democratic Candidate for Indiana Governor

In her own words  –  Why is Jennifer McCormick considering a run for Governor Though she has said it’ll be January before her exploratory committee is done with their work, yesterday on WMUN’s Delaware County Today, I asked the now-Democrat if she was leaning in a run, or don’t-run direction Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a…Continue Reading

Elwood Mayor Wants To Keep The Job

Todd Jones has announced that he will seek a third term as mayor of the second largest city in Madison County. The Herald Bulletin reports Jones, a Democrat, ran unopposed in both the 2019 primary and general elections. In 2015, Jones defeated Marty Bevington in the primary election and defeated Republican Dan Tucker in the…Continue Reading

Anderson Working On Water Pollution Control Plant Issues

The city of Anderson has almost completed the required improvements to the water pollution control plant as a result of a reported violation. According to the Star Press, the Indiana Department of Environmental Management found the Anderson Wastewater Treatment plant in noncompliance. For several weeks, area residents have complained about an odor coming for the…Continue Reading

Winkle Cops Plea To Charges

Former Muncie police officer Chase Winkle pleaded guilty as charged to 11 charges pending against him — five counts of depriving arrestees of their constitutional rights by physically abusing them, and six counts of obstruction of justice. The Star Press reports the obstruction charges stem from allegations Winkle filed fraudulent police reports about those arrests,…Continue Reading

Boosting: When, and Who? In The Words of Dr. Bird from IUBMH

In his own words – Dr. Jeff Bird, President IUBMH had some good news about COVID improvements I asked him Friday on WMUN’s Delaware County Today Radio Show, when’s the time to get booster, or re-boosted People are still smiling today – 345 families served in Delaware County, with over $131,000 raised and spent Saturday…Continue Reading