• Creator
  • Ivanson, Alyssa; Adkins, Scott; Cook, Jennifer; Walker, Erin
  • Description
  • The owners of some restaurants and bars in Muncie, Indiana are against a proposed smoking ban in Muncie, Indiana. A few business owners even wonder if such a ban would force them to shut down completely.; The Hoosier Heartland Red Cross is anticipating a blood shortage in east-central Indiana. The HHRC has planned several blood-related events during the holiday season, but fears they may not yield enough blood.; The General Motors Company has ... more
    The owners of some restaurants and bars in Muncie, Indiana are against a proposed smoking ban in Muncie, Indiana. A few business owners even wonder if such a ban would force them to shut down completely.; The Hoosier Heartland Red Cross is anticipating a blood shortage in east-central Indiana. The HHRC has planned several blood-related events during the holiday season, but fears they may not yield enough blood.; The General Motors Company has confirmed that it will not be closing any of its plant location in Indiana. GM will be closing several plants in other parts of North America.; The New Castle-Henry County Municipal Airport in New Castle, Indiana has been vandalized. Some of the NCHCMA's runway lights were destroyed.; The Rural King Supply store in Muncie, Indiana has seen an increase in the sales of pellet-burning stoves, which use pellets made of wood and corn. Rural King believes that local consumers are searching for alternative fuel sources for heat.; The Indiana State Police have announced that extra officers will be patrolling the roads over the 2005 Thanksgiving weekend. The ISP will be looking for violations of the Indiana Seat Belt Law (IC 9-19-10).; Weather.; The Dunkirk City Public Library will be hosting another food drive. DCPL patrons may have fines waived in exchange for donating food items. less
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  • Digital video; Color images
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