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CREDIT: Tribune News Service- President Joe Biden delivers remarks on Feb. 5, 2021. Some in Congress are saying his spending on COVID relief contributed to a sustained pace of high inflation that’s sent Biden’s approval ratings skidding and left key moderate Democrats with limited appetite to embrace his remaining economic agenda. (Stefani Reynolds/Pool/Getty Images/TNS)

AP: Senate Democrats approve big Biden deal; House to vote next

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats pushed their election-year economic package to Senate passage Sunday, a hard-fought compromise less ambitious than President Joe Biden's original domestic vision but one that still meets deep-rooted party goals of slowing global warming, moderating pharmaceutical costs and taxing immense corporations.

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Weather 8/3/2022, 9:30am

Special Weather Statement for Delaware County August 3-9

August 3, 2022, the National Weather Service and the Weather Channel issued a Special Weather Statement for Delaware County, Indiana. August 3, the area is under a Heat Advisory, and from August 3-9, Delaware County is under a Hazardous Weather Outlook. 

enterprise 5/2/2022, 3:00pm

Muncie’s Maker Force

A former 80,000-square-foot laundry facility in Muncie holds limitless possibilities. 

Boombox music fills the second floor while artists move tables to set up for First Thursday, a monthly event to draw people to explore art and culture downtown. A woodworker helps children build birdhouses while Steven Knipp colors hair in his salon a few doors down. Adjacent businesses invite people in for gift shopping or ax throwing.

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Art of downtown Muncie: Part 1

A series of photos taken July 12-13, 2022, feature art in downtown Muncie, Indiana. Some photos include art that showcase love for the Muncie area and some simply show art itself. (Kyle Smedley/DN)



Habitat’s Heroine

Enterprise 3/28/2022, 7:20pm

Greater Muncie, Indiana Habitat for Humanity, Inc. wouldn’t be possible without the efforts of Sharon Brown.

With a bottle of water, reading materials and a phone charging on the table beside her, Sharon Kay Brown sits in her favorite rocking chair every Tuesday evening and tunes into NBC’s “Chicago Fire.”



JOSLIN: Homophobia unacceptable in the face of growing monkeypox concerns

Opinion 7/30/2022, 10:00am

Since the current outbreak of monkeypox began in May, those in the LGBTQ community have been subject to hate for the outbreak, and it needs to stop.

Monkeypox is mostly spread through person-to-person contact, including during sexual contact. It can also spread through touching objects, especially if it is shared by two or more people, and also by contact with an animal that has been infected with monkeypox. Monkeypox is not a sexually transmitted disease, and it can be spread through other non-sexual means.