Delaware County, INmuncievoice.com

Time To Make Legal Changes to Parental Laws in Muncie and Delaware County Now

Tired of Being Scammed by Lawyers in Delaware County. When it comes to justice for parents of young children in Delaware County, Indiana, one thing is clear, there isn’t any because the process is all about money – or should I say generating fees for the lawyers. “No, Todd, the judges are generally concerned about doing what’s right for the children.”
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New Paris, OHWDTN

Clayton Murphy advances to Olympic finals

TOKYO (WDTN) – Early Sunday morning New Paris native Clayton Murphy delivered another strong run in the Tokyo Olympics 800-meters event. The Tri-Village grad cut to the inside and then shot the gap for a second place finish behind Australian Peter Bol. Murphy’s strong showing earned him automatic qualification into the 800 meter finals.
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Richmond, INWISH-TV

Richmond police arrest second murder suspect

RICHMOND, Ind. (WISH) — A second murder suspect has been arrested as part of the Richmond Police Department’s investigation into “recent reckless and violent criminal acts,” Chief of Police Michael Britt said in a Facebook post Friday. Charles Boyce Jr., 21, was taken into custody on an arrest warrant for...
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Preble County Fair returns today

EATON — The Preble County Fair returns today after last year’s event was canceled as a result of the pandemic. Celebrating 171 years, the fair is set to run from Saturday, July 31 through Saturday, August 7. The fair will take place on 722 S. Franklin Street in Eaton. Event...
Preble County, OHEaton Register Herald

Concert to highlight Monday evening at the fair

EATON — The 171st Preble County Fair kicks off today on Saturday, July 31, and will bring demolition derby fun this evening. But for fairgoers in the mood for something a little more musical in the grandstands, a special concert is set for Monday evening. SWAGG, an Ohio-based group who...
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Hagerstown Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

Here’s the forecast for the next four days in Hagerstown: Sunday, August 1: Mostly sunny then slight chance of showers and thunderstorms during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Monday, August 2: Sunny during the day; while mostly clear overnight; Tuesday, August 3: Mostly sunny during the day; while
Connersville, INConnersville News-Examiner

Connersville local climbs to the top of the world

Heather Morrow has always been an avid hiker. Last month, she set her goals high, 14,508 feet to be exact. Morrow decided to hike the Mt. Whitney Trail, a 22 miles round trip from Lone Pine, California. The elevation is 14,508 feet, elevation gained from the hike was 6,646 feet.
Fayette County, INConnersville News-Examiner

LOOKING BACK: Leslie Grubbs' family sees at least 118 straight Fayette County Free Fairs

Starting with his mother Ruby in 1903 Leslie Grubbs or a family member has attended the Fayette County Free Fair every year. Until last year the streak had been carried on by just he and his mother, but with Covid, Leslie at the age of 88 decided he better play it safe and stay home. Grand-daughter Sarah took up the mantle in his stead. He intends to start a new streak this year after breaking the old one at 88 years in a row.
Richmond, IN1017thepoint.com

RICHMOND POLICE ARREST ANOTHER ALLEGED MURDERER

(Myrtle Beach, SC)--Richmond police have rounded up another alleged murder. On the heels of the arrest of Lataj Brewer for murder earlier this week, investigators have now traveled to South Carolina to arrest 21-year-old Charles Boyce Junior on a murder warrant. Boyce was taken into custody Thurday without incident after questioning in Myrtle Beach. The FBI and the U.S. Marshal’s Office assisted in the case. Boyce has not yet been brought back to Wayne County. Investigators have not said what local murder Boyce is accused of committing.
New Castle, INCourier-Times

Bow-wow: small business owner makes her dreams a reality

Some of the happiest hellos and sweetest goodbyes I’ve known have been through the eyes of a dog. I’ve chosen a career where my day starts with a doodle circling around me, as close as possible, giving it her all to resemble a hug. I remember thinking in one of the early days, “How is this considered work?”
New Castle, INCourier-Times

New Castle 15s fall to Southeastern in Ohio Valley Regional

Folks knew that the other nine teams descending upon New Castle for the Babe Ruth League Baseball 15U Ohio Valley Regional starting Thursday were good ones, and the local boys found that to be true in their first game of the tournament. New Castle took on Southeastern of Lexington, Kentucky...
Lewisburg, OHEaton Register Herald

Tri-County North talks alumni engagement, mask mandates

LEWISBURG — Tri-County North Local School District board members and administrators discussed CDC guidelines, student and alumni engagement and ongoing construction projects during their regular monthly meeting Monday, July 19. Superintendent Bill Derringer updated the board on the status of current health mandates related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Centers...
Preble County, OHEaton Register Herald

Twin Valley South superintendent says masks are ‘a parent’s choice’

WEST ALEXANDRIA — Twin Valley South Board of Education members and administrators discussed mask mandates, enrollment for the district’s new preschool program and board seats going up for election later this year during their regular monthly meeting Monday, July 26. Superintendent Scott Cottingim announced that the district’s mask policy would...
Anderson Herald Bulletin

Briefs: July 31

MUNCIE — McKinley Avenue between Neely Avenue and Riverside was previously scheduled to be closed on July 27 and 28. The southbound lane of McKinley Avenue will be closed from Neely Avenue to Riverside Avenue on Monday, Aug. 2, from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. The northbound lane of McKinley...
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