• Creator
  • Ivanson, Alyssa; Wolfram, Andrea; Bormann, Colleen; Cook, Jennifer; Adkins, Scott
  • Description
  • The United States Post Office is encouraging customers to mail items extra early during the holiday season.; The renovation of the High Street Bridge in Muncie, Indiana is nearly complete. The multimillion-dollar project is expected to meet its original deadline for completion.; The current Sheriff of Henry County, Indiana will not seek re-election. The current Sheriff's wife will run for Sheriff in the next election. She has already received ... more
    The United States Post Office is encouraging customers to mail items extra early during the holiday season.; The renovation of the High Street Bridge in Muncie, Indiana is nearly complete. The multimillion-dollar project is expected to meet its original deadline for completion.; The current Sheriff of Henry County, Indiana will not seek re-election. The current Sheriff's wife will run for Sheriff in the next election. She has already received the current Sheriff's endorsement.; Freezing rain caused several traffic accidents in Muncie, Indiana on December 2, 2006.; Autonomous cruise control systems may help avoid traffic accidents. ACC systems use either a radar or laser setup to detect other vehicles, then automatically slow their vehicle when it approaches another vehicle. One's vehicle accelerates to the preset speed again when traffic allows.; Weather.; The Envision internship program at Anderson University in Anderson, Indiana helps students gain relevant experience and increase their likelihood of future employment.; Local business, like Adair's Corner Market in Pennville, Indiana, are having difficulty competing with chain superstores, like Wal-Mart. less
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  • Digital video; Color images
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