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Ball State picks up 7-foot-1 grad transfer Wells - Star-Press
When Nate Wells broke down what brought him to Ball State, academics was the first thing he brought up. He already had an undergraduate degree after playing four years of basketball at Bradley. But he wanted a Master's Degree in public relations.
W/R: Jails are still unwanted neighbors - Star-Press
Few and far between are the places where jails are acceptable. That’s a lesson that W/R and the community have learned over the years and it’s a lesson that might have played into the recent opposition to a proposal to relocate Delaware County’s 23 ...
This Week’s Whatzit - Star-Press
Hello, Whatziteers. Let’s see if this week’s Whatzit is easier than the one from last week. Thanks to Gerald Miels of Muncie for passing this along. Think you know what it is? Send your response via email to [email protected]
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Randolph County record - Star-Press
State vs. Mark D. Watson, 45, 2236 W. Seventh St., Muncie, nonsupport of a dependent child. Ladna Hylton, Union City, vs. Frank Hylton, Union City, dissolution of marriage. Nationstar Mortgage vs. Anthony L. Miller, 1173 S. Randolph County Road 1000-S ...
Meth found in safe adds to legal woes - Star-Press
MUNCIE – At this point, Zonda Wyleene Blevins doesn’t need any additional legal problems related to methamphetamine. But that’s exactly what the 42-year-old Muncie woman has, thanks to discovery of a safe in a southside home where she was arrested ...
Sex offender sued over traffic accident - Star-Press
Sex offender sued over traffic accident A recently convicted sex offender has been sued over his role in a 2013 traffic accident. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1yERzz0
Jay County record - Star-Press
State vs. Steven A. Taylor, 28, 108 E. Delaware St., Redkey, possession of a narcotic drug, possession of paraphernalia, driving while suspended. State vs. Coulter Q. Starlin, 41, 112 S. Jay County Road 800-E, Portland, driving while intoxicated.
Henry County record - Star-Press
Federal National Mortgage Association vs. Charlotte and Earl T. Masters, 8919 W. Henry County Road 550-S, Shirley. Wells Fargo Bank vs. Jason L. Rigney, 2017 Cherrywood Ave., New Castle. Dissolution of marriage W.J. Reeves Gregory vs. Dorothy Gregory, Shirley.
Amish Cook: Daniel becomes a schoolteacher - Star-Press
It was 5:30 on Wednesday evening. I stopped at Mom’s to chat with her for a bit before going to my husband’s office to fax my weekly column. While I was there I picked up the telephone to get my husband, Daniel, a quick call. He was at home taking care ...
Free legal advice available Tuesday - Star-Press
Local residents can get free legal help from an attorney with Indiana Legal Services 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Tuesday at Carnegie Library, 301 E. Jackson St. No appointment is necessary. To be eligible for the service, a person must have a household income less than ...
MSD offers ‘Shred Your Files Day’ - Star-Press
The Muncie Sanitary District will be offering its annual “Free Shred Day” again on Earth Day — Wednesday, April 22 — at the MSD Sanitation Department’s barn, 811 E. Centennial Ave. Hours for the event are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Officials invite ...
Two held in theft of 37 pairs of jeans - Star-Press
Two held in theft of 37 pairs of jeans Two shoplifting suspects were caught at the Muncie Mall, with a third escaped with $4,000 worth of jeans. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1yEQZRK
Couple sentenced in drug-dealing cases - Star-Press
A Portland man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for a drug-dealing conviction, while his wife received a related six-year prison term. Robert L. Morgan, 36, in recent days was sentenced by Jay Circuit Court Judge Brian Hutchison after pleading ...
Master the simple vinaigrette to deliver maximum flavor - Star-Press
Most people reach for prepared salad dressings because on busy weeknights they just can't handle the thought of whipping up yet something else. Because after cooking a main course and some sides and tossing together a salad, who has the time and energy to ...
Get out the grill: High 'steaks' for spring - Star-Press
Get out the grill: High 'steaks' for spring Get ready to break out your grill; it's finally warm enough to cook outdoors again. Check out this story on thestarpress.com: http://tspne.ws/1yECEVg