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Daily Local News – July 30, 2015

The Indiana Health Department has wrapped up its investigation into Planned Parenthood facilities across the state; U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly of Indiana voted against the Senate’s six-year Surface Transportation Reauthorization bill today after an amendment he and Jeff Flake of Arizona introduced was not picked up as part of the bill; The Monroe County Council debated Tuesday where to find …

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Better Beware – Travel Scams

The Federal Trade Commission is warning about online hotel-booking scams. There are various ways fraudsters prey on travelers; here’s a roadmap to the swindles and directions on how to avoid the potholes.

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Local Live – Slip Me 5

Lulu, Lucky, Lunchmeat and Ron of Slip Me 5 stop by the WFHB studios to perform some jazz standards. They’re a newly formed band who play swing tunes that will get you out of your seat and moving to the rhythm. 1.) Blue Skies – Irving Berlin 2.) Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby – Louis Jordan …

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Progress Slows for MRF

Progress on Monroe County’s new recycling facility has been slowed down over the last couple of months. Last summer, the Monroe County Solid Waste Management District Board of Directors and the County Council approved the establishment of a Materials Recycling Facility, or MRF (“murf”). That facility is intended to process and sell the County’s recyclables. A budget of a little …

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Daily Local News – July 23, 2015

Yesterday an activist group released a second video depicting a senior Planned Parenthood official discussing tissue donations, furthering claims from some that the organization is illegally profiting from the sale of fetal tissue; The Indiana State Department of Agriculture has launched a new state-wide program to promote farming and consumption of locally grown foods; A Florida-based company continued its campaign …

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Standing Room Only – Citizen Science and Astronomy

Science Café Bloomington recently hosted a discussion with Daniel Cervantes, the director of Bloomington’s Feynman Observatory, about citizen science and the field of Astronomy. Marta Shockett, Science Café organizer, provided an overview of contributions made by citizen scientists through history. Daniel, who is also a Solar System Ambassador for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory at Caltech, gives the audience insights on …

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Local Live – Trollkiller

Joining us this week is Trollkiller, recipient of RAW’s 2014 Indiana Artist of the Year, playing us their blend of laid-back summertime porch rock. 1. The Secret Circus 2. Shame 3. Just Friends 4. Don’t Count on Me 5. The Key in the Tree 6. The End Hosted by Jar Turner Engineers: Jim Lang, Dan Withered, Adam Reichle, and Ilza …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #40: July 2015

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig and Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB. ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guests: Lucky & The Kid (aka Picker Dan Bilger and Barry Elkins) Vera Grubbs interviews artist Darren Redman Pam Raider interviews Keith Bradway of the Writers, Readers and Poets Society (WRAPS) Jeff …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #39: June 2015

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig, Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, June 6, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB. ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guests: Amanda & Brian Webb Anabel Hopkins tells us about the Partake Film Festival Alan Birkmeyer shares info about the Relay For Life event Jeff Tryon’s My Brown County: How Peoga got it’s name Singer/songwriter Cari …

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Voices in the Street – “Tag, you’re it!”: Graffiti in Bloomington

Some say graffiti is art; others regard it as nothing more than vandalism. There does seem to be more of it around Bloomington these days; even the WFHB firehouse has been tagged a couple times. So what do YOU think Bloomington? How do you define graffiti, and when does it transcend vandalism and become art? Is there really more of …

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