A human library

“Our books are authentic. I’ve had people ask me if they are paid to be a book. No, because once you start doing that, you’re selling the story and it’s not the same,” Lewis said. “These are just authentic stories.”


Annual IRONMAN triathlon brings hundreds to Muncie

"I want to make a sandwich,” said Kim Rapp’s trainee after finishing the bike portion of the race, to which Rapp replied, "No, no sandwich making. Go, go, go!.. Stephanie, the one you just saw, it's her first 70.3. I've been coaching her for about five months for this. Everybody's doing great, it's a great day."


BSUDM events begin

“We enjoy coming out to help them, it’s for a very good cause,” Officer Matt Gaither said. “We all had a good time and it was fun.”


Early voting begins

“It’s really important [to vote] because we need people in the house and senate to really represent who we are as a people. If we don’t have any representation it’s really hard to get what we need as a community and a state,” Macklem said. 


Breezy weekend ahead

Weather Forecaster Rachel Wynalda provides Hurricane Ian updates and breaks down your weekend forecast tonight. 


The road to Fort Wayne

In recent years the college has partnered with companies and organizations in over 80 communities Indianapolis, Selma, Muncie and now into a new city up north east. 

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