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WEATHER

Snow returns Wednesday

Weather Forecaster Rachel Stinger has an update on tomorrow's snow chances and the continuing arctic cold.


The Common Market store is located at 900 W 8th St Jan. 26, 2021, in Muncie. The Common Market will use the $15,000 to build a kitchen and install touchless checkout counters, as well as paint the outside of the building. Jaden Whiteman, DN
VIDEO

VIDEO: Muncie's Common Market

The Common Market recently received a $15,000 grant from National Hartbeat of Main Street grant program and a $14,400 local grant from 8twelve Coalition. Its goals include being a food market, thrift shop, vinyl record store and many more, all in one location.



A Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans arrives before the NFL Super Bowl 55 football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)
NEWS

Five national news stories of the week

Advocacy groups call on Biden to end federal executions, schools plan for remote learning in the fall, hackers try to poison Florida drinking water, maskless Super Bowl fans raise fears about the coronavirus and a new program for minority businesses in Southern underserved communities make up this week's five national stories.


NEWS

New precautions for Walk a Mile in my Shoes

This week marks Muncie Mission's 17th annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes. The annual event is all about raising awareness of the community’s homeless and hungry, as well as raising funds to support Muncie Missions services. 


Redshirt freshman Mitchell Carter puts on his helmet Nov. 25, 2019. Jacob Musselman, DN Illustration
OPINION

Let your kids be kids

So, you’ve signed up little Robert for tee ball, and before long, you realize your child is good. Not just good — this kid is going to be the next Derek Jeter. So, naturally, you take the next step and install a full baseball infield in your basement, spend every weekend at the batting cages and travel all over the country competing in prestigious Little League tournaments. After all, you want to give your little champion the best chance at getting that college scholarship and set them up for a beautiful, storied career in the MLB, right?






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