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New Location for Bloomington Hospital: IU Golf Course


IU Health officials announced this morning they are changing the course of plans to relocate the Bloomington Hospital. The Hospital still plans to move out of its downtown location, a decision that has been unpopular with many Bloomington residents. But the new facility is now scheduled for construction on property that currently hosts the IU Golf Course, located on the …

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Interchange – Bloomington City Council Primary Candidates: District 4 Democrats


Host Doug Storm welcomes the candidates vying for the Democratic party nomination to run for the District 4 Bloomington City Council seat: Dave Rollo, the incumbent, and the challenger, Philippa Guthrie. Music “The Candidate” by Urge Overkill “The Politics Of Dancing” by Re-flex Credits Producer & Host: Doug Storm Board Engineer: Jonathan Richardson Executive Producer: Joe Crawford Podcast: Play in …

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Bloomington Beer Fest

The Brewers of Indiana Guild held the 5th annual Bloomington Beer Fest at Woolery Mill on Saturday. Representatives from many of Indiana’s most popular breweries attended the event to show off their recipes. Correspondent Michael Hilton attended the event to ask the breweries about the current competition in the local craft beer market, and what they think about the future. …

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Ins and Outs of Money – April 14, 2015

Happy Financial Literacy Month! Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 4:26 — 4.1MB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Daily Local News – April 14, 2015

The state senate today is debating a bill that would end Indiana’s common construction wage, The local transportation planning authority continues to show its discontent with the state’s handling of Interstate 69 construction, The Monroe County Solid Waste Management District is moving ahead with setting up its new recycling facility, Planned Parenthood locations in Bloomington and Columbus are offering free …

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Bring It On! – April 13, 2015

William Hosea and Cornelius Wright welcome Dr. Tyron Cooper. PART ONE On tonight’s show, William and Cornelius welcome Dr. Tyron Cooper, IU Soul Revue director, three-time Emmy award nominee and IU professor to the show. He joins us to talk about the history and future of the Revue, along with providing an overview of their annual Spring concert. PART TWO …

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“Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin, Conclusion

The interconnected story cycle “Lost Borders” by Mary Hunter Austin concludes. Austin’s character types and settings are in many ways familiar from other westerns, but her perspectives are feminist, conservationist, and anti-gun. She died in 1934, and her books soon went out of print—just as Hollywood was establishing its masculinist myths of a Wild West dominated by gun violence. Although …

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Petition Calls for Audit at Bloomingfoods

Late last week a petition began circulating in social media demanding an audit, or peer review, at Bloomingfoods, the food cooperative with four permanent locations in Bloomington. As of our deadline there were 127 signatures on that petition. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (0.0KB)Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS

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Bloomington City Council Indicates Possible Significant Changes to Downtown Parking

The Bloomington City Council has indicated it may make significant changes to how it manages parking downtown. At a meeting last week there were two proposal packages. City Clerk Regina Moore summarized the first, from Council Member Steve Volan. Moore summarizes, “This is to improve parking management in the downtown by imposing a maximum charge for on-street metered parking, setting …

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Increasing Number of HIV Cases in Southeastern Indiana

The reported number of HIV cases in Southeastern Indiana has increased to 106. That’s up from 89 declared cases just four days earlier. Those numbers are all from the State Department of Health. The department has helped establish what it calls a One-Stop Shop in Scott County, where many of the cases have been discovered. There is also a new …

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