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MUNCIE, Ind.(NewsLink) -- COVID-19 vaccinations are available to those 50 or older in Indiana, but as of last week, teachers of any age group are eligible for the vaccine through the Federal Retail Pharmacy Program.
The dry stretch continues today, with temperatures topping out at 68 degrees thanks to sunny skies. Temperatures were about 20 degrees above our average at this time of year, which is 46 degrees. Today marks 9 consecutive days with no precipitation, which is the third longest March dry stretch in Muncie history! This stretch looks to come to an end later this week, as rain chances enter the forecast for the end of the week.
Today: Skies will make their way out of the area and we will see some sunshine later this afternoon. As the clouds move out of the area, temperatures will continue to rise. We will warm up to 67 degrees here in Muncie and we will see clear skies all day. In the graphic below, we can see that we have not received any precipitation for this month yet. Last year at this time we saw 3/10 of an inch of rain. Today we are 7/10 of an inch below average for the month of March.
For someone who has solidified his or her name in team record books, one might wonder, “What more does he or she have left to give?"
In recent years, Stephen King has been shifting away from the strange and horror genres. Books like The Outsider and If It Bleeds still implement horror and bizarre elements, but it’s beginning to feel as if these elements have been placed on the backburner. He's been fixated on the crime, mystery, and detective genres with novels such as the Mr. Mercedes trilogy and The Outsider. King has released novels under the Hard Case Crime imprint, books intended to catch the feel of classic pulp fiction and noir novels, beginning with The Colorado Kid and Joyland. King once again returns to Hard Case Crimes with Later.
Well… another day, another reboot of a beloved childhood property. And yet somehow, I never saw this coming. Didn’t they already try making a Tom & Jerry movie back in 1992? And wasn’t it a widely-panned disaster that failed to make its money back, relegating Tom and Jerry’s “cinematic” presence to direct-to-TV specials on Cartoon Network? Yes, to all of the above. And yet, apparently, someone thought they could do it better this time. Luckily, this one doesn’t make the mistake of having Tom and Jerry talk, but it does make the mistake of writing in human characters that we’re supposed to care about.
After Saturday’s 76-69 win against Western Michigan, head coach Brady Sallee had already shifted his focus to the Mid-American Conference Tournament.
Welcome back to another episode of Wrapped Up! Tune in as we cover this week's top stories with Microsoft Mesh, the Golden Globes ratings, casting choices for the new Dungeons and Dragons movie, and reports for a potential model for the Nintendo Switch.
Tonight: Clouds will begin to pop in overnight resulting in partly cloudy conditions. Temperatures will still have a chance to drop pretty quickly once the sun goes down, so we'll see a low around 40. 10-15 mph winds from the SW will continue to push in the warmer air we have been seeing.
Scott Edward Rutledge will be the new Dean of the College of Health effective July 1, 2021, which Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs Susana Rivera-Mills announced in a press release.
Following a cooler but pleasant week last week, it is shaping up to be another very pleasant and warm week ahead for us. Rain is in the forecast starting Wednesday evening though, so if you can try and get outside and enjoy the warmth and sunshine today.
Ball State (4-5, 0-0 MAC) competed in the Bulldog Invitational in Starkville, Mississippi, over the weekend. With each game, head coach Lacy Wood has one message for her players: Keep growing.
After a year without many blockbusters, it seems like studios are being forced to start releasing their more high-profile works. Warner Brothers has been doing this recently with films like Wonder Woman 1984, The Little Things, and Tom & Jerry. Now, Disney follows Warner Bros.’s similar concept of releasing films on their streaming services on the same day they drop in theaters. However, Disney is taking a different approach by including a premium charge on top of requiring a subscription to their service.
It’s been well over a year since we’ve received the last bit of Marvel content. Ever since Spider-Man: Far From Home was released in July of 2019, there’s been a year and five-month drought of Marvel films and television. With Black Widow, Eternals, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier all getting bumped, WandaVision became our first look into where Phase Four of Marvel will go.
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines "dirtbag" as a dirty, unkempt or contemptible person. Ten games into Ball State's (6-4, 0-0 MAC) regular season, that's the term head coach Rich Maloney said his players have used to describe one another and their grittiness.
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Sometimes, there’s no place like home.
At certain points last year, head coach Brady Sallee was not sure if his team would take the floor this winter. Fast forward to Saturday afternoon, and the Cardinals have completed a full conference schedule amid a global pandemic.
Welcome back to another episode of the Coven! Join us as we talk about director Joss Whedon's multiple controversies, what makes a good strong female character, and the misogynistic themes in Whedon's films! Tune in for all this more on this week's episode of the Coven!