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Tracking students' digital footprint at Ball State - Star-Press
We live in a digital world. From credit card statements to what you Google, everything can be tracked and that allows organizations such as government agencies or big businesses to track what you do. If you buy a Blu-Ray player on Amazon.com, the online ...
Russell 70th - Star-Press
James and Esther Russell celebrated 70 years of marriage on January 21, 2015. The Russell's have loved farming and serving God. James also enjoyed taking friends and family on his airplane. Esther has made and given away many quilts, even in Africa.
Robert Hinshaw 100th Birthday - Star-Press
Robert (Bob) Hinshaw turns 100 on February 20, 2015. His birthday celebration is Saturday, January 31, 2015, 2-4 p.m. at the Washington House at Heritage Retirement Village in Yorktown. Bob retired from Ball State University as Assistant Director of Stores.
Pauline (Polly) Smith 90th Birthday - Star-Press
Polly is a Navy Veteran 1945-1946. She married her late husband, Jimmy while in the Service and retired from BSU after 21 years. Polly enjoyed bowling, golfing, skiing, and camping and now enjoys her church, reading the scriptures and cooking for others.
Jackson 70th - Star-Press
Arthur A. and Naomi K. (Landis) Jackson were married January, 28, 1945, at St. Mary Church, Muncie, Indiana, with Fr. Mueller officiating. They will celebrate their 70th anniversary with their children at the 5:30 p.m. Mass on January, 31st with a special ...
Yorktown pulls away against Monroe Central - Star-Press
YORKTOWN – The Yorktown boys basketball team spent its summer developing depth. With a starting lineup littered with multi-sport athletes, there was often somebody missing. So the Tigers had to patch together a lineup based on who was present at summer ...
Puppy rescued from southside Muncie Dumpster - Star-Press
MUNCIE – What kind of person drops a puppy in a Dumpster, closes the lid and walks away? That’s what local police and animal rescue officials were asking on Saturday after rescuing a puppy from a trash receptacle on Muncie’s south side. “I just don ...
Out-toughed: BSU women's rally not enough - Star-Press
MUNCIE – Ball State women's basketball coach Brady Sallee wasn't having any of it. It would be nice to talk about his team's comeback from 15 points down, maybe saying they ran out of gas late or dissecting the minutiae of late swing plays. But that ...
Puppy found abandoned in dumpster in Muncie - Star-Press
Puppy found abandoned in dumpster in Muncie A German shepherd mix Muncie Animal Shelter worker Brandy Cox freed from a garbage-filled dumpster in the 1400 block of S. Hoyt Avenue. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1JCU43U
Ball State doubleheader at Worthen Arena - Star-Press
Ball State doubleheader at Worthen Arena Ball State's Sean Sellers shoots past Kent State's defense during their game at Worthen Arena Saturday. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1BYYYt3
Kansas shows it's still the team to beat in Big 12 - Star-Press
AUSTIN — Bill Self looks at his team and sees a squad long on youth and short on size in the middle. He looks at his league and sees the deepest Big 12 Conference he's coached in during his 12 seasons at Kansas. And with Texas, Oklahoma and Iowa State ...
Friday's Delaware County arrest log - Star-Press
Law enforcement agencies in Muncie and Delaware County jailed 25 people Friday. Except for warrant arrests, the following charges are informal and subject to change until the Delaware County prosecutor's office reviews each case and files formal charges in ...
Detective wanted arrest warrant for NBC's David Gregory - Star-Press
The controversy over former NBC anchor David Gregory's display of a high capacity gun magazine got new legs this week. An affidavit shows a Washington Metropolitan Police Department detective requested an arrest warrant for Gregory, according to ...
Bizweek: Best of the week in business - Star-Press
We've heard a lot of mopping-up statistics from 2014, but here's one holdover that would no doubt be of interest in Muncie, where retail jobs are a big part of the local employment picture, and it has to do with retail jobs added nationally. In December ...
Yorktown’s Todd talks BSU offer - Star-Press
Yorktown offensive tackle Anthony Todd actually talked to Ball State football coach Pete Lembo, who was on Yorktown High School’s campus watching Todd’s teammate Riley Neal play basketball. Todd was just there lifting weights in the offseason.