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Daily Local News – June 27, 2017

Concern about the way Monroe County Community Schools collect unpaid lunch debts is prompting some community members to voice their discomfort at tonight’s school board meeting; A statewide survey by the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community finds that teachers have increasingly favorable views toward educator evaluations while superintendents have grown less fond of them; In its meeting last night, …

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Daily Local News – June 26, 2017

The Bloomington Police Department reported last week that 10 drug overdose cases occurred in the city within 24 hours. Numbers released by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development show Indiana leading the Midwest in low joblessness numbers. Plans are in the works for a new performing arts center in Nashville, Indiana. Bloomington’s Department of Economic & Sustainable Development, in collaboration …

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Matlock Heights Merits Historic Designation

The Matlock Heights Neighborhood has received a historic designation from the Bloomington Historic Preservation Commission. It’s the first neighborhood of Mid-Century Modern homes in the State of Indiana to receive this classification.

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Local Live – Blood Red Moon

Blood Red Moon (Jared Spoonmore and Jay Hayse) play apocalyptic, metal-influenced, acoustic rock. The two are from Bedford and have been playing together since the age of 13. They are looking to complete their ensemble with a drummer and perhaps a move to electrical instruments. In the meantime, they are managing a fairly wicked message of doom with their current …

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Hola Bloomigton June 23, 2017

Locutora Luz Lopez y Melanie Oben entrevistan al Pastor Erick Gutierrez de la Iglesia Hispana Sherwood Oaks Hosts Luz Lopez and Melanie Oben interviews Pastor Erick Gutierres from the Sherwood Oaks Church

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Kite Line- June 23, 2017: Toxic in Texas

This week takes us to Texas, where we hear from Candice Bernd, speaking at the 2nd Fight Toxic Prisons Conference, which took place earlier this month in Denton, Texas. Candice talks about the intersection between environmental activism and the carceral system. In Texas, prisoners are subjected to extreme conditions, and some prisoners have filed a class action lawsuit claiming that …

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bloomingOUT – From the Archives: J Patrick Redmond – June 22, 2017

The bloomingOUT crew takes a week break from the live program, but hopes you enjoy this re-airing of an interview with Vincennes, IN native and author of Some Go Hungry, Patrick Redmond. Patrick Redmond will be returning to BloomingOUT next week to talk about his latest work. This episode also features music from this week’s featured artist, Ryan Dolan and …

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Voices in the Street: “What are your thoughts on the Michelle Carter case?”

Recently, Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the suicide of her 18 year old boyfriend. The verdict was handed down in Massachusetts and carries a maximum sentence of 20 years. Ms Carter urged her boyfriend by text messages to commit suicide and told him by phone to get back into his truck as it filled with deadly carbon …

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Big Talk! w/ Michael Glab: Shelly Westerhausen

Like countless people before her, Shelly Westerhausen came to Bloomington to study at Indiana University and wound up staying here. A vegetarian since she was a young girl, Shelly grew up in a town that didn’t even have a vegetarian restaurant. She was drawn to Bloomington by our town’s diverse and varied eateries. She has blogged about cooking for years …

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Daily Local News – June 22, 2017

The Sycamore Land Trust has acquired two square miles, or 115 acres, that will be added to the Bean Blossom conservation area; Bloomington City council members take their time with one of two proposed ordinances aimed at encouraging more affordable housing in the city; The U.S. Justice Department announced it will help twelve cities, including Indianapolis, develop strategies in hopes …

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