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Davis brothers a steal as a WR duo

Aug 29, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Adrian and Andrew Davis are a lot like Andrew and Aaron Harrison, in that both Davis brothers play the same position WR, while both Harrison twins play guard on the hardwood. Adrian is a 6’3 170 lbs. WR, and Andrew is 6’4 and 175 lbs. More

Willett welcomes playing with stars

Apr 6, 2013 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Thomas Nelson (KY) HS has a nice nucleus with stars like Kevin Ndahiro and A.J. Youngman one young man who sometimes gets lost in the shuffle is 6’4 205 lbs. wing Austin Willet. One thing colleges will love about Willet is the fact that he has a 4.4 GPA. More

Sports Xpress Recruiting Xclusive: Domonick Brown

Oct 29, 2012 • by Kenneth True • Nations Elite
Domonick Brown and John Hardin will head into the Kentucky High School Class 5A playoffs unblemished at (10-0) and with big wins over Henry Clay and Boyle Co. highlighting their resume to go along with a district championship. Brown talks with SX about where his recruitment stands inside. More

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Muncie crime: 150 years of murders, mysteries

Mar 20, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Lewis' assailant, Kevin Noles of Selma, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to eight years in prison. In 1999, Noles ... Two of those high-profile cases saw Ball State University students — Tony Sak and Christopher Coyle — as victims. More

Meet RPD's newest officer Caitlin Smith

Mar 6, 2015 • The Rushville Republican
... resident and 2014 Ball State University graduate Caitlin Smith as Rushville's newest police officer. Caitlin is the middle child of three siblings of Scott and Carla Smith. Following graduation in 2009 from Wapahani High School in Selma, Smith ... More

His final escape

Mar 10, 2015 • Current in Zionsville
Personal: Wife Liz and daughter Maxine, 23, who is nearing graduation from Indiana University with a major in computer science. Shirk graduated from Ball State University with a teaching degree in math and science. He spent one year as a teacher in ... More

BSU president unveils 'risky' strategic plan

Feb 6, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
MUNCIE – After warming up the crowd with alma mater and fight songs performed by The Statesmen, a male-voice student choir, Ball State University President Paul Ferguson stepped onto the stage of Emens Auditorium and out of the shadow of predecessor ... More

Tracking students' digital footprint at Ball State

Jan 25, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Ball State University is attempting to make sure that the data collected on students is used as efficiently as possible to help them graduate in four years. The newest tool for the university is software called Rapid Insight. "(Rapid Insight) simply ... More

W/R: Would-be judges asked to tell all

Feb 21, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Have a hankering to be Muncie City Court judge? Well, if you're an attorney and live in Muncie, you have until the end of the business day on Wednesday to submit an application to Gov. Mike Pence. The governor — who will appoint a successor to Dianna ... More

State delays action on pain doctor's license

Jan 22, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
MUNCIE – State medical licensing authorities have put on hold their action against a doctor whose Muncie pain clinic was raided until after the resolution of criminal charges filed here in Delaware County. The Indiana Medical Licensing Board and ... More

Young Purdue team no longer playing like it

Feb 26, 2015 • Muncie Star Press
Even for college students, things typically wind down by 11 p.m. on a Monday. It was nowhere near bedtime for Purdue freshman Dakota Mathias when he called junior Rapheal Davis at that time earlier this week. Mathias wanted to get some shots up in ... More

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