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After high school, Williams enrolled in Ball State University in Muncie. He took two janitorial jobs and worked as a deputy sheriff to pay tuition.
Roger Schroder, a Milan playerwho spent much of the afternoon on the bench, had a good view of the four Indian players flooding one side of the court to give Plump a chance to go one-on-one against Barnes of Muncie. "What I saw happen was just what was planned during the time-out,' Schroder says.
* After years of fiscal distress, during 2017, the State designated Muncie Community Schools, the largest school corporation in the county, as a fiscally impaired school corporation and appointed an emergency manager to implement a deficit reduction plan to stabilize the corporation's finances by the end of the year.
Nardone added: "I play a guy called Jim Leish, who is Muncie's boss."
In addition, AT&T will introduce 3G service in Anderson, Bloomington, Columbus and Muncie and expand its 3G footprint in Allen, Hamilton, Johnson and St.
Marsh spokesman Connie Gardner was quoted as saying, "We are in the Muncie area currently starting projects," and said further information would be available in the coming weeks.
Last October, nearby Muncie welcomed an $11 million investment by Sallie Mae, which occupies a 54,000-square-foot facility and now employs 675 who work on collecting accounts that are late, but not yet in default.
The president of the Muncie, Ind., Sanitary District's board of commissioners has proposed a mandatory recycling program.
January 20-22, 2006 * Ball State University Muncie, Indiana
BRITISH Champion Richard Muncie has a new nickname - the Walkover Kid The 17-year-old Granite City Boxing Club flyweight battled his way to gold medal glory and a British Four Nations Title in his native Aberdeen last month.
Colin Muncie, TCP managing director, said: "From the outset Corus has said it wishes to maintain a significant stake in TCP.
After completing his own residency in Muncie, Indiana, he took a year off and indulged his other passion by sailing through the Bahamas with his wife, Christy, a federal prosecutor who was then in law school.