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Volunteer Connection – May 2, 2014

A weekly snapshot of how people of all ages can match their time and talents to local needs. Each week Volunteer Connection brings you the “featured five” – five ways to get involved NOW! Volunteer Connection is a co-production of WFHB and the City of Bloomington Volunteer Network, working together to build an empowered, vibrant, and engaged community!

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Voices in the Street – Little Five: Hosting the World’s Greatest College Weekend

The Little 500 is utterly unique and also the largest collegiate cycling event in the world.  This year’s race saw the team from Kappa Alpha Theta win the women’s race by twelve-one-hundredths of a second, and the Black Key Bulls scored the victory in the men’s division.  Voices in the Street hit the streets, or track, rather, to speak with …

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Student Awarded for Undergraduate Reasearch and Creative Activity

Indiana University Student Madeline Dinges was one of five students awarded this year’s Provost Award for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity. Dinges and her mentor, Justin Ross, an associate professor of public finance and economics in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs worked together to produce a fiscal analysis that acted as a guiding document for Lake County Indiana. …

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Daily Local News – May 1, 2014

More tornado outbreaks are likely to occur through the warm months of April to July; The Indiana University Health hospitals in South Central Indiana hosted a food drive in March, in honor of National Nutrition Month; The Bloomington Commission on Aging is celebrating creativity and our aging population this month with the Fourth Annual Creative Aging Festival; This Saturday is …

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EcoReport – Piret Harmon: California State of Emergency

In today’s EcoReport feature, Piret Harmon, General Manager of the Scotts Valley Water District in California, discusses the newly announced state-of-emergency drought covering all of California, and how it is affecting the state’s economy and environment.

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Grassroots Conservatives Poll Straw

The group Grassroots Conservatives describes itself as a coalition of conservative Republicans, Tea Party Patriots, constitutionalists, independents, and libertarians who come together to pursue the American Dream. The group held a straw poll last night at the Monroe County Public Library, inviting members to select the Republican primary race candidates for Congress, County Council District 2, and County Council District …

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Daily Local News – April 30, 2014

By a vote of ten-to-one, the Indiana State Board of Education put an end to the current academic standards today, focusing on a new method they say will help students be more college and career ready; Members of boards and commissions in Bloomington will have to reveal financial information more regularly as a result of a new city policy; The …

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Bloomington Beware! – Publish And Perish

Authors — especially academics who need to publish — are being hit by fake publicists who promise all kinds of publicity and book-sales. Then they take the money and run!

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Daily Local News – April 29, 2014

The principal at Fairview Elementary reported April 22nd on what she said were positive developments at the school; Developers got the green light April 24th to build a 3-story, mostly residential building on the north side of Bloomington; The Ellettsville Town Council voted April 28th to accept $223,000 in federal funds for its Heritage Trail project; The city of Bloomington …

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Filmmaker & IU Alumni Denis Hennelly Focuses on Social Justice in Upcoming Film Screenings

“No Justice, Just Us” is a slogan that connects film director and Indiana University graduate Denis Hennelly’s two most recent films, Bold Native and Goodbye World. Bold Native offers a fictionalized representation of the Animal Liberation Front showing activists planning a major disruptive event, while Goodbye World looks at the ways we try to hold on to normal in the …

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