Racing is a part of Bille Lehmann's life now and he has learned a lot throughout his life.
Ed Merkling might not be coaching national level swimmers, but he creates great young adults.
Ever since he was four years old, Robert Segovia has been a fan of the Chicago Cubs.
On a beautiful Tuesday afternoon, Ball State students basked and studied outside, near the Frog Baby statue. Until a street preacher came to preach. The university police was called, but no arrest was made on this preacher. Instead, the police allowed him to speak, which is under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. Freshman … Continue reading STREET PREACHER COMES TO BALL STATE TO SPREAD FAITH ABOUT JESUS CHRIST
The 2016-2017 Ball State men's swim and dive season finally concluded with the annual end of the season awards banquet held at the Knights of Columbus in Muncie. Outside the weather was rainy and dark, but inside it was sunny with beach balls and blue balloons to match the beach themed event. In his casual … Continue reading Ball State men’s swim and dive hold annual awards banquet
BY Patrick Murphy WARSAW, KY -- The smell of a roasted pig wafts through the fall crisp air and the blaring sound of music is heard. Another year at the Murphy Farm, which was 23rd consecutive year. This year, Kevin Murphy said that he used a fresh pig, instead of a frozen one. “It was … Continue reading ANOTHER YEAR AT THE MURPHY FARM. 23RD CONSECUTIVE YEAR
By Patrick Murphy MUNCIE, IN - On a clear sunny Wednesday morning, Michael Woroniecki was standing on the corner of Riverside and McKinley (Scramble Light), preaching to college students about one man: Jesus Christ. “When I was 20 years old, I met Jesus Christ at a Catholic Charismatic Conference at Notre Dame. I had no … Continue reading JESUS ON THE CORNER