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Unspoken Requests Episode 3 – with no guests

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Unspoken Requests Episode 2 – with guest Lewis Rogers (Busman’s Holiday)

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Unspoken Requests Episode 1 – with guests Jason Henn (Honey Radar) and Billy Stines (Third Uncle Records)

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Eco’s “Get Out and Hike!” – January 11, 2018

In today’s segment of “Get Out and Hike!” Jan Walker interviews Cathy Meyers about the Karst Farm Greenway.

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Eco Feature – January 11th , 2018

Today’s Eco Feature producer Rebecca Mueller discusses this weekend’s Wild and Scenic Festival organized by the Indiana Forest Alliance with their outreach coordinator, Sandy Messner.

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Eco Report – January 11 , 2018

In today’s episode of Eco Report, Don Geyra and David Lyman discuss the Indiana Department of Natural Resources report on the temperatures effect on the First Day Hikes. Continuing into the topics of Bloomington’s Wapehani Bike Park, the Weimer Dam,  and an Oregon appeals court ruling that the city of Portland’s banning of fossil fuel infrastructure is constitutional.  All in …

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Activate! – City of Bloomington Commission on Hispanic & Latino Affairs: Israel Fernando Hererra

Air date: 01/15/2018 Israel Fernando Herrera’s participation in leadership and other important roles has vastly improved the visibility and embrace of the Latino and Hispanic members of the Bloomington community. Israel’s service has touched the City of Bloomington Commission on Hispanic and Latino Affairs, at WFHB for the “Hola Bloomington” program, Lotus, Bloomington Worldwide Friendship, La Escuelita Para Todos, Grupo …

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Daily Local News – January 10, 2018

Monroe County Community School Corporation is working to fill the local need for child care. Air conditioning manufacturer Carrier Corporation announced the final termination of 215 employees at its Indianapolis manufacturing plant today. The Monroe County Health Department is creating a new, full time Health Educator and Harm Reduction position in response to the opioid crisis. Western Skateland in Bloomington has …

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Bloomington United Reforms

Bloomington United started as an anti-hate group after the murder of a Korean IU student by an avowed neo-nazi in 1998. Now, the group is reforming in response to what founder Rabbi Sue Laikin Silberberg calls a resurgence in hate groups and rhetoric.  Rabbi Siberberg announced the official reforming of Bloomington United during a press conference in Bloomington City Hall …

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Better Beware – Protect your Money

How to Protect Your Money in Six Steps

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