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Daily Local News – October 15, 2014

The City of Bloomington Commission on the Status of Women is holding a reception tonight to celebrate 40 years since its inception; The Heartland Film Festival begins tomorrow and two of the featured films were made by IU students and alumni, according to a press release by IU; Area 10 Agency on Agency will host a panel, “Elder Justice, A …

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Daily Local News – October 15th, 2014 ( The Red Cross has opened shelters for residents – 红十字会开放避难所)

红十字会已开避难所为遭受这场风暴居民.

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Daily Local News – October 14, 2014

Today, the Republican caucus of the Indiana General Assembly announced their legislative agenda for the 2015 session; Indiana University’s football coach, according to an Indiana University Bloomington news release and the Bloomington Herald-Tribune, says there are plans for a major new construction project at Memorial Stadium; On Friday, October 17 Indiana University will inaugurate its newest school on the Bloomington …

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Daily Local News – October 13, 2014

Two recent public forums in Indiana have addressed the spread of the virus Ebola to the United States; Within the next 30 days the Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles plans to issue notice to Hoosiers entitled to refund checks; Indiana Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann recently announced the winners of Indiana’s “Excellence in Community Economic Development and Affordable Housing” award; The …

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Dr. John Wernert speaks at Healthcare Financial Managers Association conference

The Secretary of the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, Doctor John Wernert, was the keynote speaker at a Healthcare Financial Managers Association conference in Bloomington last week. WFHB News Director Alycin Bektesh attend his talk and spoke with him further about Indiana’s proposal to the federal government to allow the Health Indiana Plan two-point-oh as a substitute for the …

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Daily Local News – October 9, 2014

Attorney General Greg Zoeller announced that nearly 450,000 Hoosiers may be eligible for a refund from AT&T according to a settlement reached this week;The first American soldier in the military attack on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria was a Hoosier: Marine Jordan Spears from Memphis, Indiana;On Tuesday Senator Donnelly sent a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, …

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Daily Local News – October 8, 2014

The City of Bloomington Housing and Neighborhood Developement Department, or HAND Department, is seeking input from residents on what are the most pressing housing needs; Hoosier Hills Food Bank (HHFB) is one of 50 food banks nationwide to win a grant through Walmart’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” Campaign; The Indiana State Police received a $567,000 federal grant from the Department …

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Daily Local News – October 7, 2014

Workers at Bloomingfoods are holding a rally today in support of efforts to unionize; A recent report from the I.U. School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) addresses local government benchmarks like spending, revenue, property tax base and levies, local option income tax rates and debt; There will be a public educational forum at Indiana University, Bloomington on Monday, October …

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Daily Local News – October 6, 2014

Indiana Governor Mike Pence announced an innovation in penology, which is the practice of incarceration, at a central Indiana prison; Construction on the B Line begins tomorrow; Today, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would not hear an appeal from the state of Indiana, together with four other states, to district court rulings against same-sex marriage legal bans in …

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Philanthropy in action: Supporting Non-profits and charities

WFHB begins its Fall Fund Drive tomorrow—big thanks to everyone who supports community radio!  We’re lucky to live in an area where so many people work so hard to establish and support local services that enrich our lives and give a real sense of responsibility to the community.  With time and monetary budgets tight for most, we hit the streets …

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