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People in tables of four will gather in one room Sept. 25 after paying $200 for their table at the annual Just Desserts fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Muncie. Each table will discuss how much money they will collectively put on the line to beat out other tables to win the prize — their top choice of treats available. The reward will be sweets because, as Amy Gibson, director of resource development at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Muncie, said, “It’s all about the desserts, and who doesn’t love desserts?”
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MUNCIE, Ind. (NewsLink) -- Ball State Women's Soccer kicked off their MAC home opener Thursday, Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. against Eastern Michigan.
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MUNCIE, Ind.(NewsLink) -- Muncie’s Second Harvest Food Bank needs volunteers. The food bank serves eight counties, including Delaware County.
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The Indiana Department of Health announced today that booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine are available to eligible Hoosiers following federal authorization of the additional dose.
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The Mid-American Conference’s tagline this year is ‘MACtion’ and there was a lot of it on Thursday.
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Tonight: For tonight the rain will be moving out, clouds will be with us early then gradual clearing as the night continues. Temperatures will be holding in the upper 50s with southwest winds at 10 mph.
As a child, Lourenzo Giple saw a civil war affect every aspect of his life and community. Giple spent the first nine years of his life in Liberia and fled the country at 11 years old with his younger siblings — joining his father in Indianapolis while his mother stayed in Liberia for an additional seven years.
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Maya Wilkins is a junior journalism news major and writes “Girlboss’d” for The Daily News. Her views do not necessarily reflect those of the newspaper.
Ball State’s Student Government Association (SGA) met once again Sept. 22. Two new senators were voted in to the senate, and three articles of legislation were brought before the SGA body.
The U.S. moved a step closer Wednesday to offering booster doses of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine to senior citizens and others at high risk from the virus as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) signed off on the targeted use of the extra shots.
Warning: Plenty of rain today for the first day of fall. Over an inch and a half of rain fell here in Muncie. This lead to a flood warning being issued for parts of the white river from Indianapolis up through Anderson. That warning is in effect until Saturday.
Today: Rain showers continue throughout most of the day. We will see the heaviest rainfall around the evening commute, so be sure to take it easy out on the streets as there is a possibility of flooded roadways. There is a Flash Flood Watch in effect until tomorrow morning for Blackford and Jay counties. Winds will be on the breezy side coming out of the north at 10-15 MPH, gusts up to 35. A high of 59 degrees for the day.
Ball State will host its first in-person family weekend since the COVID-19 pandemic began Sept. 24-26, with one kickoff event Thursday night. Here's the list of events, as well as locations open for self-guided tours.
A quarter of the fall 2021 semester has already passed, and many students, especially freshmen, could be feeling homesick. With a little more than two weeks to go until fall break, Ball State is giving families an opportunity to reconnect at its annual Family Weekend Sept. 24-26, complete with a home football game, Emens Auditorium show, children’s events and other activities.
Tonight: Showers will continue and temperatures will drop to the lower 50s. Winds will increase throughout the night and could possibly reach gusts of 20 mph.
While attending Mount Notre Dame High School in Cincinnati, Megan Wielonksi knew she wanted to play volleyball at the collegiate level. During her junior year, her decision came down to two schools: Ball State and the University of Delaware.
Today: Heading into Fall, Muncie along with its surrounding cities are off to a rainy start. There are scattered, heavy showers expected this Tuesday. A high for today is 76 degrees, while a low tonight near 61 degrees.
Finding Her Sound
Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter and Ball State Alumna Tiara Thomas spoke with Associate Professor of Journalism Gabriel Tait about her time at Ball State and her career since then.
Tonight: Milder temperatures are in store tonight as temperatures drop into the upper 60's. The low for tonight is expected to be around 68 degrees.