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Current person in role: Jar Turner (2015-present)

Daily Local News – April 20, 2015

Monroe County has announced an impromptu closure of the County Courthouse tomorrow; Bloomington’s local co-op grocery is undergoing major challenges; On Friday, Governor Pence signed new legislation that allows for individuals to obtain and use overdose intervention drugs; Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor and former Democratic presidential candidate, is set to visit Bloomington on Wednesday; At a work session …

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Local Live – Myah Evans

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Up and coming artist Myah Evans visits the WFHB studios for an exclusive Local Live performance and interview! Myah shares with us how she got started, her ambitions as an artist, and her process of song writing. If you don’t know her yet, you will soon. 1. Night Owl 2. Pardon My Interruption 3. Everything’s Rosy Red 4. Brittle Bones …

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Firehouse Sessions – Marshall Lewis

Marshall Lewis

Marshall Lewis is a young singer/songwriter who grew up in Bloomington. He played a WFHB “Fund Drive Live” Firehouse Session before his show at The Bishop. He was accompanied by Zach Stoltz on drums. SONGS 1. Lessons of Loss 2. Wild 3. I Knew You The Most Hosted by Jim Manion Engineered by Jim Lang and Dan Withered Produced by …

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EcoReport – Joe Duff: Operation Migration, Part 2

In today’s EcoReport feature, Part 2 of Bob Kissel’s interview with Operation Migration co-founder Joe Duff about an experimental Whooping Crane reintroduction program.

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Local Live Remote – The Magmatix

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WFHB’s Local Live Remote broadcast takes us back to The Blockhouse to bring you ALL THE FUNK with The Magmatix as part of our Spring Fund Drive! Broadcast signal engineered by Jim Lang Produced by Erin Tobey Executive Producer is Jim Manion

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“Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin, Conclusion

The interconnected story cycle “Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin concludes. Austin’s character types and settings are in many ways familiar from other westerns, but her perspectives are feminist, conservationist, and anti-gun. She died in 1934, and her books soon went out of print—just as Hollywood was establishing its masculinist myths of a Wild West dominated by gun violence. Although …

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Local Live Remote – Hunterchild

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WFHB’s Local Live Remote broadcast takes us back to The Blockhouse for an unforgettable set from Hunterchild in support of WFHB’s Spring Fund Drive! Broadcast signal engineered by Jim Lang Produced by Erin Tobey Executive Producer is Jim Manion Hosted by Jar

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Firehouse Sessions – Robert Earl Keen

Robert Earl Keen

In the studio today for a new Firehouse Session all the way from Texas is Robert Earl Keen.  Robert Earl Keen and full band are in town for his show at The Bluebird whilst touring his new album “Happy Prisoner – The Bluegrass Sessions”. This album has reached no.1 on the Billboard Bluegrass. Robert Earl Chats to us about what …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #37 – April 2015

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig & Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, April 5, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB. ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guests the Rusted String Swindlers Singer/songwriter Cari Ray returns with another “For a Song” Poetry by Carol Marks and BCH Poet Laureate, Gunther Flumm Essays by Dave Seastrom and Rick Fettig Vera Grubbs …

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Books Unbound – “Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin, Part 4

The interconnected stories of ‘’Lost Borders’’ are set in the desert landscape of southern California, where author Mary Hunter Austin moved with her mother and brothers in 1888 at the age of twenty. The ailing Austin found strength in this challenging environment, and came to regard the land as a central character in her writing. The Books Unbound podcast presents …

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