Un negocio familiar
On a typical Saturday afternoon, the parking lot near 3 Hermanos Supermarket off of Wheeling Avenue in Muncie can be seen filled with people and cars. Music can be heard from open windows of trucks, and people scatter in and out of the small market, either joining or leaving the line that’s formed down the center of the store.
Good Luck, and Please Mess it Up
We are not supposed to be perfect. We are not supposed to never fail. Making mistakes is the hardest thing I’ve ever done, but I’ve walked away with so many valuable lessons because of it.
OPINION: Indiana politicians back out when it counts
When Senate Bill 480 goes into law, this life-saving care will become unavailable for all trans Hoosiers under the age of 18 in the state of Indiana. Many of our legislators have decided to go against the advice of medical professionals to ensure their bigotry becomes the standard by which all Hoosier parents must abide.
Remembering Beatrice “Bea” Moten-Foster and The Muncie Times
Members of the community remember Beatrice “Bea” Moten-Foster and Muncie’s first bi-weekly, African-American newspaper.
Where the Rainbow Doesn’t Reach: LGBTQ+ community needs to work on acceptance
I want to be clear. I love this community, and I would never want to come off as if I were bashing it, but there are real issues facing us, and if we continue to uphold power structures that are similar to those we are attempting to free ourselves from, we will never get further in our fight.
2022 Midterm Elections: Candidate Spotlights
Nov. 8 midterm Election Day is almost here. Before you go to the polls, check out what candidates in the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, as well as Indiana Secretary of State race stand for.
Meet the Owner of Delaware County’s ‘Hemp-ire’
Brian Nixon, a physical therapist turned farmer, is the only person who grows hemp in Delaware county. He uses the product not just to sell, but also to make medicinal products that contain CBD.
Add a Little Bit of Spice
Amanda and Kyle Reninger had to come up with a plan. After being told their cholesterol levels were too high, Amanda quickly began to research ways she could lower them.
From masks to vaccines to social distancing, the novel coronavirus changed the world in unimaginable ways. One of the most impacted industries was the travel industry.
From The Ground Up
Kathy and Jeff Clary were married for several years before they began one of the largest projects a couple can take on: building a house. After planning a small and intimate wedding, it was time for their first major project together.