Muncie Journal’s Most Viewed Stories of 2020

Fireworks at the levy. Photo by Mike RhodesFireworks at the levy. Photo by Mike Rhodes

By Mike Rhodes, Editor-in-chief,

Muncie, IN—Every year around this time we share Muncie Journal’s Top 10 most viewed stories of the year.  Last year, an article about the polar vortex took the top spot. Amazingly, our most viewed story in 2020 was NOT about COVID-19. It was about fireworks!

You’ll find the rest of our most viewed stories for 2020 below. You can click on any story headline to review the initial story and the date it was published. (When you click on a story below, you can hit your back button to return to this page.)

Stories are ranked utilizing Google Analytics data measured from January 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020.

The Muncie Journal’s mission is to primarily publish positive stories in three subject areas: Education, Economic Development and Quality of Life in Muncie and Delaware County.

Thank you for viewing the content we’ve published during the year, and a very special thank you to all of our content contributors!



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