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Daily Local News – January 13, 2015

Indiana Governor Mike Pence will give his state of the state speech tonight; Today was the deadline for lawmakers to file bills in the state legislature; A new Business Directory is now available to highlight minority and women-owned businesses serving Bloomington and Monroe County; Monroe County has hired a part-time employee to help residents buy health insurance. FEATURE Indiana has …

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Local Live – Rusted String Swindlers

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Rusted String Swindlers bring us “that high lonesome sound” for another unforgetable Local Live experience! SONGS 1. Winding River 2. John Hardy 3. Your Hand in Mine 4. Rabbit in a Log 5. White House Blues 6. Stockade Blues Originally aired on 12/17/2014.

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Activate! – Shalom Center’s Job Links Program: Victor Harnack

Victor Harnack, founder of the Job Links program at Shalom Center, talks about the rewards of helping people redefine themselves through employment and readjust their perceptions about what work should be. Also, more volunteer opportunities in our community from the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network.

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Research: Black Students Punished More Harshly

There is increasing pressure on K-12 schools to examine their policies for punishing students, particularly because research now shows black students are punished more severely than white students. Correspondent Joe Crawford brings us this story about how local schools are dealing with the issue for today’s WFHB community report.

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Daily Local News – January 12, 2015

Bloomington has its first official candidate for mayor; John Hamilton filed paperwork this morning with the Monroe County Clerk’s office declaring his intention to run as a Democrat in this year’s municipal election; Democracy for Monroe County, has decided to review its mission statement and potentially broaden its support beyond its partisan origins; The hierarchy of the Monroe County Community …

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Firehouse Sessions – Otis Gibbs

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Indiana native Otis Gibbs stopped by the WFHB studios for a Firehouse Session before playing the Deer Park Americana Series. Gibbs has lived in East Nashville, TN for seven years and tours Europe regularly. His latest album is Souvenirs of a Misspent Youth. Gibbs also produces a podcast called Thanks for Giving a Damn. SONGS 1. It Was A Train …

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Firehouse Follies – Forbidden Vegetables

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The WFHB Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe is pleased to announce that two of our more popular characters from shows past–Penelope Pringle, vascular recovery nurse, and Oprah Operagurl, the only opera singer in the world to accompany herself on the violin–have time in their busy schedules to join us for “Forbidden Vegetables,” the winter edition of the Firehouse Follies.Plus, special musical guests Harpeth Rising.

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EcoReport – Amphibian and Reptile Species in Indiana

This week on Ecoreport, Mike Luurtsema from Hoosier Forest Watch and Sarabeth Clue-Mundy from Indiana DNR discuss the status of different amphibian and reptile species in Indiana.

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Bloomington Beware – Scams On Us 1

A highly suspicious phone call offering “business owners” a highly questionable benefit came in just as this week’s script was being written — what timing!

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Interchange – Beyond Description: Witnessing Historical Trauma

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Tonight’s program is one half of a collaboration with WFHB’s Books Unbound centered around a memoir of a first-person eyewitness account written by Wang Xiuchu of the 1645 Massacre in Yangzhou, China, called, in English, An Account of Ten days at Yangzhou. This memoir will be featured this Saturday at 5 pm on Books Unbound. The Massacre at Yangzhou was …

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