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That community college spirit in music was America's Hometown Band's forte Sunday at a free concert in Emens Auditorium. Not only did the band, led by Ball State music professor Roger McConnell give its time to a pair of local praise choirs, the
Economist Michael Munger made no secret of his Libertarian leanings when he told a Ball State crowd he ran for governor of North Carolina in 2008 as a third party candidate. Being a bad politician, Munger said, was much like those bad bankers that
Trying to convince voters they can help fix Illinois' deep fiscal woes, most of the Republican candidates for governor look one state to the east and cite as a role model the man George W. Bush nicknamed "The Blade" former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels.
A man charged with murder in connection with a shooting outside a strip club has been brought back to Lexington. The Fayette County sheriff's office said in a news release that it brought Tevin Wright back to Lexington from Muncie, Ind., on Friday.
That virtuosity that Violinist Joshua Bell puts into a performance of Tartini, Beethoven and Stravinisky enchanted the audience at Emens Auditorium on Monday night. The performance was a particular delight to Pat Ray, whose husband was Tom, was a
A Ball State University study says school nurses need more training, time and private space to help teenage students cope with dating violence. The study surveyed 348 K-12 school nurses nationwide to discover obstacles to assisting student victims.
While local government billed more property taxes in 2013, collections continue to decline over the last five years. And that $83.4 million in property taxes collected by Delaware County Treasurer John Dorer represents an 89.4 percent collection rate
All of Indiana University's eight regional medical schools will be offering the full four years of physician training once that program expands in Muncie this summer. The IU School of Medicine's other seven regional programs have previously started
An $8 million investment in a building to create more jobs in south Muncie is the latest venture by the Delaware County Economic Development Alliance. And that if you build it, they will come approach has already filled six buildings during the
Craig Smith is back hosting karaoke two weeks after the closing of Folly Moon. Smith will now be hosting karaoke at The Valhalla located at 215 S. Walnut in Downtown, Muncie every Sunday night from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Smith will also be hosting Trivia