Local updates

Nobody ever decreed that Major League Baseball must resume spring training by the middle of June, open the season by Fourth of July weekend, play 82 regular-season games, and tie a bow on the playoffs by the end of October – or else. 

MUNCIE, IN – Second Harvest Food Bank announces the following Tailgate Food Distribution events.

Grant Information and Applications are now available for the DFRC 2020 Grant Cycle. 

The Jay County High School Agriculture Teachers have served this community for almost a decade together, Melissa Wolters (14 years), Brittany Kloer (12 years), Cody Linville (11 years), and Seth Swallow (9 years).  They serve as positive role models for their students as well as those intere…

An 11-year-old girl is alive today because of Jay County Conservation Officer Rhett Braun and his fellow officer Cole Hollingsworth. 

special report

In this the final part of The Journey Home of Winchester, The News-Gazette concludes their series on the trials and tribulations facing the homeless veterans shelter. With new admissions still on hold from the VA, what is the future for the local facility? 

Updated

After a four-week delay, Primary Election Day is finally here. On Tuesday, June 2, Randolph County voters will go to the polls to decide on respective party candidates to be represented on the Nov. 3 general election ballot. 

INDIANAPOLIS - Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the Indiana National Guard supported local agencies throughout the state to curb virus’s spread and serve during the time of need. The Guard’s COVID-19 plans team stationed Stout Field in Indianapolis filled a critical component in organizing spec…

The Union City Lions Club met once again on Tuesday, May 26. After a long pause because of COVID-19, the club met to end the Lions year with the Installation of Officers. During the meeting, the new Union City Lions Club mascot was introduced. The Lion mascot costume was made by Lion Jim Dub…

National Updates

With some states getting ready to lift their stay-at-home orders and relax their social distancing measures, it may seem that health officials have the coronavirus outbreak under control.