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Sep 18, 2014 |
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Mason family seen boom, bust and still offer family hospitality By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (ENTERTAINMENT) - Steve Mason was sitting at the Oasis the other day talking about the glory days of Muncie when the bar used to cash $15,000 worth of pay checks on a Friday from workers at Ball Brothers, Warner Gear and elsewhere in south Muncie. Those days went west when Ball Brothers closed and Warner Gear shut down its...
Sep 16, 2014 |
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Muncie Auto Group looking to expand commercial site By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS) - Jeff Daniels was one of the primary sponsors of the popular Four for the Fourth run in Yorktown last summer. And the leader of Muncie Auto Group is posed to be the next chairman of the Muncie Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. Daniels offered a few tips on the auto business besides talked about more...
Sep 05, 2014 |
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Interstate 70 corridor key to development in Henry County NEW CASTLE,INDIANA (NEWS) -  A premium producer of delicatessen meats and cheeses is building an $80 million processing plant in the community, creating more than 200 jobs by 2016. Boar's Head, the Sarasota, Florida based deli meat brand, announced plans to build on County Road 400-S just minutes from Interstate 70. Mayor Greg York and Gov...
Sep 02, 2014 |
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Mayor Dennis Tyler: America was built with blood, sweat and courage of working people By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS)  - Labor had its day in the community as the Solidarity United Way Picnic drew a few hundred people to south Muncie to celebrate working people and those who built America. Live United was the message among business and labor as a classic car show, hot dogs and beans and...
Aug 25, 2014 |
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$16 million bond paid by food and beverage tax funds improvements By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS)  -A pledge of millions of dollars in food and beverage tax for a new DWNTWN parking garage and efforts to silence train whistles took government and civic leaders only an hour to decide last week.  The $8 million garage will accommodate the new Courtyard by Marriott expected to break ground in...
Aug 05, 2014 |
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City offers financial coverage for new independent living property By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS) -  A new $12 million assisted living property in south Muncie got a boost from local government this week. And developer Mark Waterfill of Indianapolis, anticipates construction of Muncie Senior Living at Tillotson Avenue and Memorial Drive could begin this fall. The project modeled after...
Jul 29, 2014 |
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eBook prices at middle of debate between Amazon and Hachette Publishing FREE PRESS REPORT SEATTLE, WASHINGTON (NEWS) - Earlier today, Amazon posted an official note entitled, "Announcement Update re: Amazon/Hachette Business Interruption," that shares some information about their views on the dispute with Hachette. Here is the entire post from Amazon earlier today: With this update, we're...
Jul 20, 2014 |
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More than 250 jobs in pipeline for city along Interstate 70 By Rick Yencer NEW CASTLE, INDIANA (NEWS) -  Corey Murphy offered some great economic news to partisans Saturday giving the Henry County community hope for more income and jobs. A large food processing company is looking at land along a county road near Interstate 70 that could start with 250 jobs and then add 100 more. It is the kind of...
Jul 09, 2014 |
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New rules, permits for outdoor entertainment, drinking and dining proposed By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA  (NEWS)  - A daring plan to make DWNTWN Walnut Street accommodate those with disability and others who drink and dine will change the landscape of the heart of the city. Mayor Dennis Tyler unveiled the latest plan Wednesday to redo Walnut that will involve rebuilding the street scape, adding...
Jul 07, 2014 |
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FREE PRESS REPORT MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS) -  University Estates (UE), located on Bethel Avenue, delivered over $26,000 in proceeds and donations to the local Habitat for Humanity Restore last month. The staff at University Estates believe that they have a responsibility to help the less fortunate and contribute to the common good. Over the past few months, University Estates has been going through...
Jul 02, 2014 |
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 Dozens of jobs, few job seekers during holiday week By Rick Yencer MUNCIE, INDIANA (NEWS) - Thousands have attended the yearly congressional job fair at Ball State University in nearly two decades, but that was not the case Wednesday when only dozens showed up. More than 60 employers including manufacturers like Mursix and Reber Machine, retailers like Lowe's, Menards, Speedway and Rickers...

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