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Heroes And Helpers Making A Comeback

Heroes and Helpers,” which partners local police and emergency responders with kids for Christmas shopping is back on for 2021. It’s happening 8-10 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 11, at the south Muncie Walmart store, 1501 E. 29th St. The program is sponsored by Muncie Crime Stoppers, will allow 50 to 80 children to each go…Read More

Muncie Man Charged With Selling Drugs To Informants

Authorities say not once, but twice, Khiry Hakeen White Sr. of Muncie, sold meth to informants with the Muncie-Delaware County Drug Task Force. The Muncie paper reports the 31-year-old Muncie man was arrested this week, when officers also served a search warrant at his home in the 1600 block of West 15th Street. The post…Read More

Small Business Saturday In Muncie

Small Business Saturday is happening tomorrow in Muncie and across the country. Locally, more than 100 local businesses and entrepreneurs will be gearing up their stores or setting up booths across town on Nov. 27the offering unique items you can’t get anywhere else, while lending important financial support to local retailers. The post Small Business…Read More

Friday, 11/26/2021 Woof Boom Radio morning news

Friday, 11/26/2021 Woof Boom Radio morning news

One more month.  Indiana’s Emergency Health Order has been extended through December by Gov. Holcomb, after Legislators said they won’t meet Monday to consider limits on vaccine mandates after all.  Legislators still vow to take up a bill, but not until January 4, the regular start of the General Assembly’s work.  Holcomb announced last week…Read More

Woman Dies In Delaware County Crash

A woman was killed in an accident Wednesday afternoon on Ind. 332 in Delaware County. The call came in at about 4:45pm. Police say a 2000 Toyota Avalon traveling southbound on Delaware County Road 700-W, failed to yield the right of way to a car traveling eastbound on Ind. 332. A passenger in the Toyota,…Read More

BSU Women’s Volleyball Headed To NCAA Tournament

Ball State takes home the 2021 Mid-American Conference Women’s Volleyball Championship. The number one ranked Cadinals topped number two ranked Bowling Green for the title and will advance to the NCAA Division I Women’s Volleyball Tournament. The post BSU Women’s Volleyball Headed To NCAA Tournament appeared first on Woof Boom Radio News.Read More

BSU Opera Theatre Presents Amahl And The Night Visitors

The Ball State Opera Theatre in collaboration with First Presbyterian Church presents Amahl and the Night Visitors on December 3rd at 7:30pm and December 4th at 3pm. According to MuncieJournal.com, each show will be presented in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church, 1400 W. Riverside Ave. Tickets can be purchased at the door or ahead…Read More

Indiana Economic Outlook Luncheon December 9th

The annual Indiana Economic Outlook luncheon is coming up on Thursday December 9th at the Horizon Convention Center in downtown Muncie. MuncieJournal.com reports there will be a 2022 economic forecast and a panel discussion on the post COVID-19 work environment. Topics include the size and scope of remote work, changing compensation and supervisory concerns, changes…Read More

Man Charged With Murder In Henry County

Murder charges face a man in connection with a deadly stabbing in Henry County. 43 year old Jerry Allred is accused of stabbing 43-year-old Richard D. Hatton Jr. during a fight late Monday in the home of Allred’s parents, in the 5900 block of East U.S. 35. Allred reportedly admitted that he stabbed Hatton, who…Read More

Children’s Nutcracker At Cornerstone Center For The Arts

The annual seasonal presentation of the Children’s Nutcracker is set for Dec. 16 -18 at Cornerstone Center for the Arts, 520 E. Main in the E. B. Ball Auditorium. On-line tickets go on sale Dec. 1 at MuncieBallet.org. MuncieJournal.com reports performances will be on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 16 and 17, at 7 p.m. with…Read More

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