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HOLA Bloomington – October 27, 2017

Hosts Erick Gutierrez, and guest Sean Mckinney, talk about men’s health. Locutor, Erick guiterrez, e invitado Sean McKinney, hablan sobre la salud del hombre.

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bloomingOUT – Doug Bauder – October 26, 2017

Join BloomingOUT anchors Rachel Jones and Kim Hanh as they catch up on what’s happening in the LGBT community, both locally and globally. Recently Bloomington received a perfect score from the Human Rights Campaign “Municipal Equality Index.” In addition, issues in Chechnya continue as “pinkwashing” gains attention regarding the Occupied West Bank and Gaza, Israel, and LGBT rights. During the …

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Voices in the Street: “Do you have anything special planned for Halloween?”

Halloween is just around the corner and this begs the question whether you have anything extra scary or fun coming up and whether you intend to disguise yourself wearing your favorite spooky costume. Is the candy ready to go and has the Jack-o-Lantern been carved? What are your plans for Halloween?

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Mike Trotzke

Mike Trotzke is the co-founder of Sprout Box, the CEO of Cheddar, and an organizer of The Combine, an annual innovators and entrepreneurs conference here in Bloomington. A young, ambitious business person who’s doing his part to spur the transformation of the Bloomington area, from a high-tech investors’ desert to a lush landscape where startups and investors can thrive. Trotzke …

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Daily Local News – October 26, 2017

President Donald Trump today issued a national health emergency declaration in regards to the nationwide opioid epidemic; Monroe County’s Emergency Management Director is working to connect citizens and governmental units with Everbridge, the county’s free notification system; The Bloomington City Council voiced less than unanimous support for a proposed zoning code change to accommodate sexually-oriented businesses; IU Health Bloomington and …

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Eco Feature – October 26, 2017

Eco Report’s Norm Holy interview Chris Craft about Beanblossom. Chris Craft is a professional wetlands scientist based at Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs. Craft discusses the wetlands, the wood ducks and more in tonight’s Eco Feature.

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Eco Report – October 26, 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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Standing Room Only: Nuclear Dangers

On October 11, Geoff Wilson of the Ploughshares Fund in Washington, DC spoke about the Trump administration’s planned $1 trillion nuclear weapons escalation and the growing risks of war with North Korea and Iran. The Bloomington Peace Action Coalition co-sponsored the talk, alongside the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, the Just Peace Task Force of the Unitarian Universalist …

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Daily Local News – October 25, 2017

The Ellettsville Town Council approved a tax break for the developers of a housing project scheduled to replace the Lenzy Hayes trailer park on State Road 46 in Ellettsville. Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb’s office is introducing an informational website to combat opioid abuse within the state. The Indiana State Senate Agriculture and Natural Resources Study Committee heard from opponents of …

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Pine Room/Muddy Boots Shutting Doors in Nashville

After nearly 70 years, the Pine Room tavern in Nashville, Indiana is closing its doors. A staple for Brown County artists and residents, the Pine Room was combined with Muddy Boots café in 2015, when current owners Betsy and James Oblack combined the businesses. As WFHB News Director Wes Martin reports, the combined businesses are for sale, but will close …

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