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Daily Local News – July 27, 2015

Monroe County health officials are exploring whether to begin operating a needle exchange program. The Monroe County Commission approved two projects related to environmental sustainability last week. This weekend Bloomington is scheduled to host the National Softball Tournament. This Thursday is the 50th anniversary of the founding of Medicare and two local organizations are celebrating the milestone. FEATURE A Bloomington …

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First Community Carbon Exchange Program in Development

A Bloomington resident is designing a first of its kind community carbon exchange program to implement in Bloomington. Once it’s underway, the program is intended to reward local residents for sustainable actions through incentives from local businesses. WFHB Correspondent Sierra Gardner spoke with the director of the program, Joe Davis, about the details and status of the program.

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Activate! – VITAL

Sara Frommer talks about her 16 years as a volunteer for Volunteers Tutoring Adult Learners or VITAL at the Monroe County Public Library. VITAL at the Monroe County Public Library

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Books Unbound – Elizabeth Stoddard and the 1860s, Part Five: ‘Two Men’ Chapters 3-5

The New England family saga Two Men continues as the patriarch dies and a long-lost heir visits briefly—leaving his 10-year-old daughter, Philippa, to be reared among the Parkes. Appointed as her guardian, the honest carpenter Jason Auster, who has married the female heir to the estate, finds his socialist ideals compromised by his new responsibilities for maintaining the family wealth, …

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Hola Bloomington – July 24, 2015

Los locutores de HOLA Bloomington Maria Auxiliadora Viloria, y Carlos Bakota hablan con abogada de inmigración Christie Popp sobre DACA, DAPA y la reforma migratoria. Además, Christie contesta las preguntas de los oyentas al aire. Hola Bloomington’s hosts Maria Auxiliadora Viloria and Carlos Bakota interview immigration lawyer Christie Popp. They talk about DACA, DAPA and immigration reform. In addition, Christie …

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bloomingOUT – July 23, 2015

Join hosts Ryne Shadday and Megan McCullough as they talk with executive director of Visit South Bend Mishawaka and IU alum Rob DeCleene. Rob is also the board secretary of the IU GLBT Alumni Association, and is talking with us today about the mayor of South Bend’s recent coming out. Along with the latest LGBTQ+ events and headlines, you will …

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EcoReport – July 23, 2015

In today’s EcoReport feature: in July of 2010 Amy Spindler of EcoReport interviewed IU’s Dr. Elinor Ostrom, the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize in Economics. To honor the late Dr. Ostrom and her work, here we rerun that interview discussing her research on the sustainability of the commons. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of …

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Personality Feature: “The People’s Diva,” Argenta Peron

Up next is a profile of a local personality – Argenta Perón, also known as “The People’s Diva” and the emcee for shows at The Back Door in downtown Bloomington. Off stage, Argenta is Patricio Battani, a recent Masters graduate from Indiana University’s School Public Health and HIV testing counselor who designs social media outreach for Positive Link here in …

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Better Beware! – Less And More

Symantec has released their latest report on Internet threats, and there’s both good and bad news. Spam is decreasing, but other dangers are ramping up!

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President Obama Proposes O.T. Rules Changes

President Obama recently proposed overtime rules that will change the pay threshold for employees to receive overtime pay. These rules have the potential to affect almost 5 million employees across the United States. WFHB correspondent Ivy Bridges spoke to Indiana University Labor Studies Professor Joe Varga, to get his opinions on the rule and how it could affect employers and …

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