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  • Jamison, Lindsey; Wilson, Chris; Frey, Molly; Bailey, Marcus
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  • The New Castle Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Andrew Saunders, the son of Indiana State Representative for District 54 Tom Saunders. The NCPD believes that Andrew may have been involved in a hit-and-run traffic accident that killed Thomas Jackman of New Castle, Indiana on February 4, 2005.; The Street Department of the City of Muncie, Indiana explains how drivers can fill out claims with the City if their vehicles are damag... more
    The New Castle Police Department has issued an arrest warrant for Andrew Saunders, the son of Indiana State Representative for District 54 Tom Saunders. The NCPD believes that Andrew may have been involved in a hit-and-run traffic accident that killed Thomas Jackman of New Castle, Indiana on February 4, 2005.; The Street Department of the City of Muncie, Indiana explains how drivers can fill out claims with the City if their vehicles are damaged by potholes within city limits.; Police in Redkey, Indiana have arrested a man who allegedly attempted to abduct a convenience store employee in Redkey, Indiana. The alleged abductor, Wayne C. Melton, later checked into Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana for treatment of unspecified mental health problems.; Family Forever Ministries Inc. of Anderson, Indiana hopes to purchase and renovate Killbuck Park in Anderson, Indiana. FFMI is currently in the fundraising stage.; Schools under the jurisdiction of The Delaware Community School Corporation, Cowan Community Schools and the Jay School Corporation all performed well on the Indiana Statewide Testing for Educational Progress standardized tests, exceeding the average scores.; Weather.; Cell phone advertising might be the wave of the future, according to a study by the Ball State University Department of Journalism. less
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