Muncie Animal Shelter hosted Yoga with Goats on Sept. 21. There were eight goats for the participants to interact with at the event to raise money for the shelter’s animals.
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Lahody Meat is located on Wheeling Avenue; Ron Lahody; a Ball State graduate; and a US Marine Corps Vetern; owns the Lahody Meat business. The Butcher shops sells prime retail meat and cheeses.
A kidney bowl sounds like a prop you would find in a cheap 80s horror movie, but for local skate boarders, it’s just another challenge in the park.
There are plenty of opportunities to get involved in the community and volunteer this semester.
On campus with nothing to do? Here are seven events being held at Minnetrista from now to September.
The Delaware County Sheriff’s Deputies said their final goodbyes to one of their K-9 deputies yesterday.
Claire Boenitz first realized she was gay in the seventh grade. Ever since then, she’s had to change how she approaches other people.
For the first time, the Muncie community received direct answers about what is going to happen in the fall for Muncie Community Schools (MCS).
On Monday nights around 9 p.m., or more accurately 9:05 or later, members of the Society for Earth-Based Religions (SER) head to the basement of Ball State’s Bracken Library to discuss the night’s topic.
During the second semester of their freshman year, Abby Dujka, Alex Peters and Lexi Benakovich were hanging out and talking about their mutual struggles when an idea struck them.
Ken Holland wants to help bring peace to conflict-affected countries by nurturing future leaders. That’s why he’s leaving Ball State’s Center for International Development to become president of the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).
Chances for rain and thunderstorms on the way
After seeing three gun-related deaths in Muncie over the past two months, some community members have had enough.
A few warm days ahead, as rain chances ramp up later in the week.
A senior at Ball State majoring in studio art and psychology, Rogers leads the Swing Dancing Society on campus.
Today: Today will be partly sunny with a high near 76. Winds will be coming from the SE around 5 mph.
After a wild week of weather, the calm has finally arrived. Plenty sunshine is in store for your weekend forecast.
Muncie, IN (NewsLink Indiana) Today will be mostly cloudy with chances for rain showers and thunderstorms, especially in the afternoon and overnight.
Several systems will allow for rain and thunderstorm chances to remain in the forecast until Thursday. Changes to temperatures and conditions return late week.
A rainy start to April, as we move deeper into spring.