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Government

Indiana Lawmakers are Hoarding Hoosier’s Money

MUNCIE, Indiana NEWS – We’re enjoying the articles which applaud Governor Mike Pence’s honesty about overcharging Hoosiers $2 million through the Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV). That’s a lot of money that has been taken away from Hoosiers needlessly. In fact, according to the press release, the BMV has a history of overcharging: The additional […]

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Government

Ball State University & Gannett: The Blame Game Continues

MUNCIE, Indiana – For those following the story about the “investment loss of $13.1 million” by Ball State University, you’ve witnessed one of the most bizarre news events in Muncie, Indiana’s history. We’re getting a few emails and Facebook messages all saying about the same thing, “What are Ball State and The StarPress doing? Don’t […]

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Government

Ball State University Loses Millions – Press Conference?

MUNCIE, Indiana – For a progressive outlet to be delivered such an excellent example to support the decline of journalism and later loss of democracy in this country – it’s like getting two cars for the price of one special. Not an everyday occurrence. Ball State University and the Gannett owned The StarPress (TSP), are […]

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Government

Ball State Trustee’s Name 15th President

(photo courtesy of Sun Journal) Muncie, IN – The Ball State University Board of Trustees today named Paul W. Ferguson the university’s 15th president. Ferguson’s appointment was unanimously approved at a special board meeting and press conference on campus in Sursa Hall before an audience of students, alumni, faculty and university friends. “So much has […]

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Community Culture Government

Governor Mike Pence Needs to Spend Time in Muncie

MUNCIE, Indiana – Every state leader wants to see their residents happy so they’ll want to stay and raise their families. While Governor Mike Pence denies, or plays coy, about his plans to run for president in 2016, his actions tell a different story. He’s almost trying too hard to get the attention of the […]

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Community

Don’t Wait to Experience the Difference at The Lofts at Roberts, Our Doors Are Now Open!

Miller-Valentine Group is proud to welcome its newest community, The Lofts at Roberts, to the Muncie, Indiana area. The Lofts at Roberts Muncie, Indiana (PRWEB) April 29, 2014 This brand new community was built exclusively for adults 55 and over. With…

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Art City Community Culture

Auschwitz Holocaust Survivor Eva Mozes-Kor Tells Muncie: “To Forgive”

Muncie Voice-Easter Sunday-April 20th, 2014 Muncie, IN Photograph: Top photo courtesy of Candles Museum. Bottom photo of Auschwitz Holocaust Eva Mozes-Kor Tells Muncie “To Forgive”; photographer, Aimee Fant, Muncie Voice. On Thursday April, 3rd 2014- Eva Mozes-Kor, 80, former Auschwitz Holocaust survivor/Menegele Twin of Nazi Germany, and current resident of Terre Haute Indiana, shared her […]

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City Community County Culture Education Government Wellness

Mayor Dennis Tyler Declares “Muncie Moving Forward”

MUNCIE, Indiana – This past week, City of Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler gave the “State of the City” address to a packed house of attendees at the Horizon Convention Center. While the address is generally retrospective, I get the sense this is yet another symbol of spring, or the birth of a new life for […]

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Culture

Eva Mozes Kor: A Holocaust Story Comes Alive at Emens

MUNCIE, Indiana – Eva Mozes Kor will speak of her harrowing experiences of personal loss and terror as a human experimentation subject of the Nazi doctor, Josef Mengele – Auschwitz’s “Angel of Death.” Among 3,000 twins chosen by Mengele, Eva was one of fewer than 200 twins who survived this notorious doctor’s fascination with gruesome […]

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Government Wellness

County Health Rankings: Delaware County Ranks 83rd

MUNCIE, IN – The County Health Rankings were released today and Delaware County slipped a spot to rank 83 out of 92 counties in Indiana. We are not surprised since the Gallup WellBeing Index was released yesterday showing Indiana has made no progress over the past year. The County Health Rankings measure the health of […]