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Bring It On – April 11, 2016

Bring It On’s William Hosea and Liz Mitchell welcome special guests IU Professor, Dr. Tyron Cooper, and the City of Bloomington’s Dan Niederman and Hannah Lehman from the Department of Housing and Neighborhood Development (HAND).

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Activate! Hannah Center – Kathryn Sandefur

Hannah Center

Kathryn Sandefur discusses her involvement with the Hannah Center, which provides counseling, educational classes, material goods, and in some cases even housing for women experiencing an unplanned pregnancy. The Hannah Center provides a wide range of support for women and men dealing with tough family-planning decisions, and volunteers like Kathryn are an integral part of delivering these important services. LINKS …

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Bloomington Utilities Names New Director

Former Monroe County Council president Vic Kelson has been named the new director of the City of Bloomington Utilities Department. Kelson is a professional engineer and a certified ground water professional, according to a statement from the city government. He served on the County Council from 2007 until 2013, when he resigned. At the time, he said he needed more …

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Monroe County Voter Registration Count Spikes – County Calls for More Poll Workers

There has been a spike in voter registration in Monroe County this year. Monroe County Election Supervisor Tree Martin says 2300 new voters have registered in Monroe County. Martin explained the logic behind the rise in registered voters, saying “This is the first time that you have the potential to have a female for president; this is the first time …

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Daily Local News – April 11, 2016

Former Monroe County Council president Vic Kelson has been named the new director of the City of Bloomington Utilities Department; Last week Monroe County Circuit Court Judge Valeri Haughton appealed a $250 fine she was issued for missing a campaign finance reporting deadline; There has been a spike in voter registration in Monroe County this year. FEATURE The fear of …

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Woman’s Disability Creates Personal Reflection

The fear of moving back in with your parents is very real for many people; most will do whatever they can to prove that they’re independent enough to make it in the world, without help from mom and dad. So what happens when you’re diagnosed with an illness that forces you to move back in with your mom in your …

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Hola Bloomington – April 08, 2016

Los locutores de Hola Bloomington Araceli Gómez-Aldana y Carlos Bakota hablan sobre las elecciones locales, estatales y nacionales que se darán a cabo en las elecciones primarias aquí en Bloomington. Se habla de las diferencias de los dos partidos, la inmigración y las acciones ejecutivas del presidente Obama. Además, entrevistan a Javier F. León, el director del Latin American Music …

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bloomingOUT – Spencer Pride & Condom Fashion Week – April 7, 2016

On tonight’s show, join bloomingOUT anchors Schuyler and Ryne as they interview Jacob Balash and Katie Zuber from Spencer Pride. Also in the studio tonight is Israel Rodriguez from the Condom Fashion Week project. Tonight’s featured artists include Matt Gold, Parson James, and Cyndi Lauper. Also join us for a new installment of our weekly segment, “Open Doors.” Credits Anchors: …

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Vectren Energy Requests Gas Line Easement

This week the Bloomington Board of Public Works heard a request from Vectren Energy for a 948 square foot permanent easement across the lot at 810 N. Woodlawn Avenue where Fire Station #3 is located. Transportation Project Manager Roy Aten said the easement was needed in order to relocate a steel gas pipeline to accommodate upcoming road grading. “Vectren Energy …

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American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana is Filing a Lawsuit to Challenge the State’s New Abortion Law

The American Civil Liberties Union of Indiana filed a lawsuit today challenging the state’s new abortion law. The ACLU filed the suit on behalf of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky. They say the law is unconstitutional. The law bans abortions if the doctor believes the woman is only seeking an abortion because of the fetus’s race, color, national origin, …

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