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Indiana Specialty Surgery Center Requests More Time to Respond to Overbilling Lawsuit

A Bloomington surgery center joined ten other Indiana-based medical facilities today to ask a judge for more time to respond to an overbilling lawsuit. Indiana Specialty Surgery Center is one of eleven centers accused of overbilling an insurance company by a total of $6 million. The Bloomington center itself is charged with overbilling $590,000. Cigna Health and Life Insurance filed …

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Bring It On! – August 3rd, 2015

William Hosea and Mattie White welcome Dr. Justin Hunter. PART ONE On tonight’s show, William and Mattie welcome Dr. Justin Hunter, principal of Fairview Elementary School. Dr. Hunter joins us to help shed some light upon what parents and/or guardians need to do to maximize their student’s success in this new academic year. He also identifies some of the challenges …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #41: August 2015

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig, Jeff Foster, with guest host Cari Ray. First aired Sunday, August 2, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB. ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour:  Musical guests: The Boxcar Annies (Heather Elkins, Gabrielle Steenburger and Barry Elkins) Interviews with arborist Rick Patrick and author Ruth Anne Ingraham on Invasive Species Jeff Tryon’s My Brown County: “Stolen Watermelons” …

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Local Peace Groups Support Iran Nuclear Deal and Remember Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

This coming Sunday, August 9th, is the 70th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing of Nagasaki in Japan. The attack followed the bombing of Hiroshima three days earlier. At least 129,000 people were killed in the attacks. Peace groups in Bloomington are planning to mark the anniversary on Sunday with a vigil and a rally in support of the Iran …

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Books Unbound – Elizabeth Stoddard and the 1860s, Part Six: ‘Two Men’ Chapters 6-9

Two Men, the second novel by Elizabeth Stoddard (1823–1902), was published in 1865, in the immediate aftermath of the Civil War, but is set before the war. Reviews were either mixed, recognizing the originality of her talent but faulting her preoccupations and technique, or hostile to the point of irrationality: Stoddard’s worst critics—all male—found it difficult to accept her undermining …

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Daily Local News – August 3, 2015

A new study out of Purdue University projects that if fast-food restaurants paid employees $15 an hour, prices would increase just 4.3% to make up for the added expense; Crews were scheduled today to begin closing single lanes on 2nd Street in Bloomington between Liberty Drive and Oakdale Drive; A Bloomington surgery center joined ten other Indiana-based medical facilities today …

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EcoReport IN Nature – Night Heron

Today’s EcoReport IN Nature features the Night Heron.

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bloomingOUT – July 30, 2015

Join hosts Jeff Jewel and Jeff Polling as they talk with Lee Formwalt and Cindy Houston from the LGBT Aging and Caring Network. Along with the latest LGBTQ+ events and headlines, you will hear tonight’s music: “Run Away With Me” by Carly Rae Jepsen. Credits Hosts – Jeff Jewel, Jeff Polling Executive Producer – Joe Crawford Producer – Olivia Davidson …

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EcoReport – Will Potter: “The Green Scare”

In today’s EcoReport feature: On July 24th, the U.S. government charged two California activists with terrorism because of their involvement in releasing minks from fur farms. But private industries and the U.S. government have been active for decades trying to brand actions taken in defense of animals and the environment as criminal or terrorist acts. In September of 2012, EcoReport …

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Voices in the Street – Celestial Discoveries, New Horizons: What the first images of Pluto mean for planet Earth

The New Horizons Satellite recently transmitted the first clear images of Pluto (a celestial body recently demoted to plantessimal-status due to its size and irregular orbit) back to earth. Pluto resides in the Kuiper belt and we are the first peoples ever to see high resolution images of its topography. In the wake of this mission, costing upwards of $700 …

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