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Daily Local News – September 18, 2014

A group of people are currently gathered outside of Bloomingfoods’ near west side location in support of workers seeking to unionize;The director of the Monroe County Public Library is leaving her post early next year;The Commissioner of the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles said today that some Hoosiers deserve a refund;Students at Indiana University are working to remove shame and …

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Bloomingfoods Employees continue Efforts to Organize Union

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Bloomingfoods employees are hoping and expecting their managers to remain neutral during the effort to organize into a union. Last week, the Daily Local News reported on indications that workers at the retail grocery co-operative were trying to unionize. During that report we conveyed some parts of our conversation with Cindy Beaux -lay, a former employee of Bloomingfoods, about working …

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Daily Local News – September 17, 2014

Eli Lilly yesterday announced a partnership with U. K. drug maker AstraZeneca to develop and commercialize a potential new drug for Alzheimer’s; Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller joined collegues in thirty-seven states urging the FCC to allow more extensive use of call blocking technologies; The Alzheimer’s Association raised more than $55,000 this past Saturday in Monroe County with its Walk …

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Daily Local News – September 16, 2014

The national debate about militarized police forces continues as awareness grows about local campus police acquiring surplus military gear; Same sex couples in Indiana are still not able to marry, at least until the Supreme Court addresses the case later this month; Last Thursday, the Board of Director’s of Jill’s House voted to shut the organization down; Free furnace inspections, …

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Daily Local News – September 15, 2014

Ahead of a statewide launch of the “Moral Mondays” movement in Indianapolis this weekend, Bloomington’s Moral Monday contingent is holding a meeting this evening at 7pm in meeting room one-bee of the Monroe County Public Library; Indiana health officials are reporting an increase in the number of children with respiratory illnesses; Starting October 10, IU’s Grunwald Gallery will be showcasing …

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Remembering 9/11

The anniversary of September 11th was commemorated by the city of bloomignton this morning in showers plaza. Bob Loviscek, President of the Bloomington Metropolitan Professional Firefighters Local 586 led off the ceremony, we hear his words for today’s community report.

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County’s books are out of order

Monroe County is once again struggling to keep its finances in order. This week County Treasurer Cathy Smith told the county council that there are inconsistencies in the County’s financial records, dating back more than 15 months, and that the cause has yet to be identified… Play audio for more.

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Daily Local News – September 11, 2014

Monroe County is once again struggling to keep its finances in order; The owner of a local restaurant building was left wondering September 8th whether he’d be allowed to build apartments behind the business; The anniversary of September 11th was commemorated by the city of Bloomington this morning in Showers Plaza. FEATURE The anniversary of September 11th was commemorated by …

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Daily Local News – September 10, 2014

Hoosiers, along with officials from 31 other states, have rushed to file appeals asking the Supreme Court to consider the issue of same sex marriage;IU Bloomington has ranked number 30 for public universities, and 76th of the top 100 universities overall, according to the latest survey by U.S. News and World report;The Main Library has extended its Sunday hours in …

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Daily Local News – September 9, 2014

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