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Today the organization “Feed the Children” will partner with Blood-N-Fire ministries to distribute food and essentials to help Muncie area children and families in need. The pre-identified families will receive a 25-pound box of food and a 10-pound box of personal care items. A spokesperson for the two groups says they’re trying to make things a little easier for families struggling in this economy.
(this is global, not just for this entry)
A Muncie woman was struck and killed by a moving train late yesterday morning. 51-year-old Shailor L. Keys was pronounced dead at the hospital about an hour-and-a-half after the accident, which was reported just after 11 a.m. at the tracks along Willard Street, just east of Hoyt Avenue. Police say Keys was walking eastbound on [...]18.06.13
An 18-year-old Marion man has drowned at the beach area of a state-run park. Witnesses say Jordan Laute of Marion began having trouble after he swam past the roped barrier into deep water at Salamonie Lake Reservoir. Conservation officers using a sonar device found Laute in 9 feet of water nearly three hours later.18.06.13
The wife of a horse-farm owner was injured early yesterday afternoon after she was trampled. The incident was reported around 12:45 p.m. at Stoney Creek Horse Farm in Henry County. The 37-year-old was training in a horse ring when the animals ran her over. She suffered pelvis, hip and leg injuries and was airlifted to [...]