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Daily Local News – December 3, 2014

Secretary of State Connie Lawson released the official voter turnout report yesterday for the 2014 general election; Beginning in January, the City of Bloomington and Bloomington Meadows Hospital will establish a new suicide support group for teens and children in the community involving free ongoing monthly meetings for community youth affected by suicide; Researchers from Indiana University’s Center on Education …

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Daily Local News (每日地方新闻) Dec 3,2014 – The Monroe County Public Library (Monroe公共图书馆)

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The Monroe County Public Library has been awarded the Indiana Library Federation Programming Award –Monroe公共图书馆已经获得了印第安纳州图书馆联盟编程奖 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 0:36 — 565.7KB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Daily Local News – December 2, 2014

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Indiana recently filed suit against The GEO Group, a Florida company that privately runs the New Castle (Indiana) Correctional Facility; The Environmental Protection Agency has recently been under fire from Indiana politicians and government agencies for its enforcement of new limits on carbon dioxide emissions from coal and oil-fuel power plants; The Monroe …

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Daily Local News – November 20, 2014

The city council heard from street vendors and restaurateurs during their meeting last night about a proposed ordinance that would address the growing street-food sector of Bloomington; The city of Bloomington is planning to install a new stop light on West Bloomfield Road; A portion of the city’s B-Line trail will be closed Monday, November 24 to all pedestrian and …

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Daily Local News – November 19, 2014

Three term Bloomington Mayor Mark Kruzan announced he will not seek reelection while on Indiana Newsdesk’s Ask the Mayor program yesterday; Local realtors and landowners are still not satisfied with proposed changes to Monroe County’s zoning laws; Bloomington holds an above-average ranking in “LGBT Friendliness,” according to an Indiana Daily Student report on a recent evaluation by the Human Rights …

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Daily Local News (每日地方新闻) November 19,2014 – Firearms Season 2014 (枪械赛季2014)

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Indiana Department of Natural Resources has announced that deer numbers are down, but says this year’s firearms season will still be productive for Indiana deer hunters —印第安纳州自然资源署已宣布,鹿数量下降,但是他说,今年的枪械赛季依然为印第安纳鹿的猎人生产枪械。 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 0:36 — 559.6KB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Daily Local News – November 18, 2014

The Indiana University Board of Trustees will hold a special meeting of its Finance, Audit and Strategic Planning Committee tomorrow in Indianapolis to review a resolution to borrow money to finance a new Arts and Science Building at its Northwest campus in Gary and to pay for renovation work on Franklin Hall on the Bloomington campus; The state agency charged …

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Daily Local News – November 17, 2014

Indiana college students graduate with more debt than students in most other states; Indiana University is moving forward with President Michael McRobbie’s plan to establish an engineering program on the Bloomington Campus; Off-duty and retired state troopers are now patrolling the Johnson Hardware Building on weekday mornings; Workers at the Monroe County Solid Waste Management District will get 5 percent raises next year; …

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Fall leafs and preparing for snow fall

This mornings’ flurries reminded area residents that winter weather and icy roads are on their way. City of Bloomington Public Works Director Susie Johnson says her department is ready and waiting for winter weather, even if it coincides with the remnants of fall leaf pick-up. She says the trucks still need converted from leaf removal to snow plows, but they …

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Griffy Lake deer

Newly publicized documents are raising questions about a planned deer kill in the Griffy Lake Nature Preserve. Activists opposed to the kill presented information to the Bloomington City Council during public comment last night. The city’s permit to begin sharpshooting deer in the preserve takes effect Saturday. Maria Heslin, a former deputy mayor who opposes the sharpshooting, said she recently …

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