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Hola Bloomington November 4, 2016

Locutor voluntaria Maria Auxiliadora Viloria Verde habla sobre S.O.S. Venezuela en Bloomington, IN. Ella comparta su biografía con nosotros, nos cuenta de donde se creció, cuando y porque se mudo a los estados unidos y que ella he hecho desde llegar a Bloomington, IN en Agosto 2006. También nos platica sobre la ayuda humanitaria para Venezuela y que podemos ser …

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bloomingOUT – Greg Chaffin – November 3, 2016

On tonight’s show, anchors JP and Ryne interview with Greg Chaffin, a guidance councelor from Bloomington High School North. Greg discusses the recent incidents headlines made at the school with the banning of the Confederate flag; as well as the history of the LGBTQ+ student community at Bloomington High School North. Tonight’s episode features music from Brandon Stansell and Pentatonix, …

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Voices in the Street: “with IU growing every year one wonders: Is Bloomington an affordable place to live?”

Longtime residents have certainly seen an increase in apartment complex construction over the last ten years, and many people are curious as to how these new developments affect local rent prices. We have gone out into the streets and asked local residents whether they think Bloomington is still an affordable town to live in.

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Big Talk w/ Michael Glab: Marc Tschida

Arts advocate Marc Tschida makes hand-crafted, wooden jigsaw puzzles featuring photographic images and artwork specific to Bloomington and South Central Indiana. His puzzles have become so popular, he’s now scaling back his job as a theater company administrator to produce them on a full-time basis. You can view his work at press puzzles dot com and they’ll be available in …

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Daily Local News – November 3, 2016

City Council members approved the creation of a new parking commission in their meeting last night; Bloomington residents interested in buying solar panels may soon be able to save money by purchasing through the city government; The Department of Natural Resources’ Division of State Parks recently announced that work will begin this fall at Spring Mill State Park to restore …

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EcoReport Feature – John Blair, of Evansville, IN-Based Non-For-Profit Valley Watch, Discusses Indiana’s Coal Fired Power Plants

In today’s EcoReport feature, Norm Holy interviews John Blair about Indiana’s coal fired power plants. This is the first of a two-part interview. We’ll bring you part two in next week’s show.

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EcoReport – November 3, 2016

EcoReport 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 eco-related …

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Standing Room Only: 2016 Candidate Forums for Monroe County Auditor and “Candidates on Demand”

Tonight on Standing Room Only, we will be finalizing our 2016 Candidate Forum series. The staff at WFHB has conducted forums in previous weeks with candidates for school board, treasurer, county commissioner, and the Indiana House of Representatives. You can find these past forums on wfhb.org. Tonight we will be hearing from three candidates who are running for county auditor. …

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Daily Local News – November 2, 2016

A crowdfunding campaign to “Save the Pub” has raised about twelve hundred dollars during the past 24 hours; The Interfaith Winter Shelter opened for its first night of the season yesterday; A hub for tourists in Brown County is changing locations next year; A study from the Indiana University School of Business finds that people in high-stress jobs with little …

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Better Beware:

Trolling for Candidates Election-related scams are way, way up this year – – here’s how to stay safe, at least until you vote. And there’s some good news about a mega-fraudster going down!

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