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Anderson Police Receive Grant For Drone

The Anderson Police Department recently received a drone through a community safety grant from CenterPoint Energy. The Herald Bulletin reports the police department is using the grant funds to purchase a drone and the software package that includes advanced technology and searching capabilities. The post Anderson Police Receive Grant For Drone appeared first on Woof…Continue Reading

Murder Charge Filed In Deadly Shooting

A formal murder charge has been filed in a deadly shooting on July 30th outside the northside Muncie Walmart. 32 year old Tyler Abrams is charged with murder, criminal recklessnes and obstruction of justice stemming from the death of 34-year-old Samuel L. Gillum of Eaton. The post Murder Charge Filed In Deadly Shooting appeared first…Continue Reading

MuncieArts Seminar On Public Art

This month, MuncieArts (munciearts.org) will present a special two-day professional practice seminar for artists who would like to expand their creative practice into working in public art. “Making Public Art Work” will be held on Aug. 13 and 14 at Minnetrista Museum and Gardens, with a virtual keynote lecture by Kristen Giannantonio from the Monument…Continue Reading

Orchestra Indiana Tickets On Sale Monday

Orchestra Indiana has announced that individual concert tickets to its 2022-23 season will go on sale Monday, August 8th. MuncieJournal.com reports tickets start at $20, are available online any time at www.orchestraindiana.org, or through the Emens Auditorium Box Office. The Emens Box Office is open from 10am – 3pm weekdays (expanding to 5pm on August…Continue Reading

Muncie Man Charged In Mother’s Stabbing Death

Formal charges have been filed against a Muncie man in connection with his mother’s stabbing death. 28 year old Myron Armstrong is charged with murder in the death of 61 year old Sondra Armstrong. Police say the victim called 911 Sunday to say her son stabbed her in the chest. She died at the hospital.…Continue Reading

Charges Yet To Be Filed In Deadly Muncie Shooting

Delaware County prosecutors have until next Monday to file formal charges in a local man’s fatal shooting in the parking lot of the northside Walmart. According to the Star Press, 34 year old Samuel Gillum was found Saturday night outside the store at 4801 Clara Lane. If a man being held in the incident, 32…Continue Reading

BSU Partners With Gen.G Global Academy

Ball State University has formed a partnership with Gen.G Global Academy—a high-caliber international esports organization. According to MuncieJournal.com, the partnership expands Ball State’s role in the emerging industry of esports, while offering unique opportunities for student-athletes within Ball State’s esports program in the University’s College of Communication, Information, and Media (CCIM), and for Gen.G’s student-athletes…Continue Reading

Area Author Honored

J.R. Jamison of Muncie has been named to the Indiana Authors Awards for the book Hillbilly Queer: A Memoir, The book was nominated in the DEBUT category, one of eight literary categories where awards will be given. MuncieJournal.com reports winners will be announced on Aug. 24th. The post Area Author Honored appeared first on Woof…Continue Reading

Muncie Opens Their Hearts:  And Gives Away School Supplies

Muncie Opens Their Hearts: And Gives Away School Supplies

Help for families tomorrow – The Hearts and Hands United’s Tools for School giveaway is Saturday from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.  All Delaware County students are eligible— please provide identification, proof of residence or school IDs at the event. Proof of current address is advisable. Leaders in Fort Wayne want an…Continue Reading

Tools For School Giveaway

The annual Tools For School giveaway is happening Saturday. The Star Press reports it includes Hearts and Hands United’s Tools for School backpack and shoe giveaway 10 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Backpacks filled with school supplies will be given out at Heartland Hall, while shoes will be given out at the Memorial…Continue Reading