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Eco’s “Get Out and Hike!” – December 07, 2017

In Eco Report’s latest feature of “Get out and Hike!”, Eco Report’s Jan walker interviews Jill Vance about trails at Fairfax.

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Eco Feature – December 07, 2017

In today’s Eco Feature, Eco Report’s Norm Holy speaks with Rae Schnapp about the impact of logging on the forest ecologies of Southern Indiana.

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Eco Report – December 07, 2017

Eco Report is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

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Daily Local News – December 6, 2017

The Bloomington Planning Department is issuing a recommendation to decrease the size of housing developments in the city’s downtown.   The city of Bloomington partnered with the future Graduate Hotel on Kirkwood Avenue, to develop an art project at hotel’s construction site. The Centers for Disease Control ranked the city of Bloomington as the ‘drunkest city in the state.’ United States …

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Santa on Sale Street this Saturday in Ellettsville

This Saturday, Ellettsville residents come together to celebrate Christmas with traditions old and new. Organized by the nonprofit Ellettsville Main Street, the Santa on Sale Street event is a collaboration between Ellettsville businesses, nonprofits and schools. WFHB Assistant News Director Sarah Vaughan has the details.

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Double Whammy- Two Scams You May Not Be Aware Of

Two dangers you might not be aware of: fake celebrity endorsements are a real problem, and there are serious risks in having your DNA tested.

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Everyday People: Commission on Aging

Phil Stafford with COA discusses what the Commission does and how they do it in the city of Bloomington.

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Seven Oaks Lawsuit Challenges Charter Schools’ Constiutionality

In April, the Indiana Coalition for Public Education filed a federal lawsuit against the state of Indiana, over the recognition of an educational charter for Seven Oaks Classical School. The lawsuit claims the charter, which was issued by an Evangelical college in northern Indiana, violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment. In today’s feature report, WFHB News Director Wes …

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Interchange – Honey From a Weed: The Life of Patience Gray

As we’re in the midst of a holiday season that can so often feel like merely a smattering of one-off charitable acts and token expressions of fellow-feeling paired with culturally enforced gluttony, it seemed appropriate to turn to a different kind of life, one which defines fasting and feasting in much different terms. As the sweet gives to salt it’s …

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Monroe County Health Department to Renew Needle Exchange Program

The Monroe County Health Department is looking to continue operating its needle exchange program. County Health Department Director Penny Caudill says the program is up for re-approval by the Monroe County Commissioners tomorrow. Caudill says the first step in continuing the county’s nearly two-year old program is to ask Commissioners Julie Thomas, Amanda Barge, and Patrick Stoffers to allow the …

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