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Ins and Outs of Money – Growing Your Money Through Investing

When you hear “investment,” you might think “risky.” Richard Shockley of IU’s Kelley School of Business reveals the secret of growing your money in the market simply and without the risk of get-rich-overnight investing schemes.

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Eight Bloomington Residents Awarded Grants From Indiana Arts Commission

Each year the Indiana Arts Commission awards grants to further the careers of budding artists around the state. Of the thirty-seven grant recipients this year, eight were from Bloomington, including one piano player getting ready to launch a festival this August. Correspondent Jordan Guskey brings us that story for today’s WFHB community report.

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Interchange – Drones at Liberty: Part Two


Part 2 of Drones at Liberty: Our conversation continues to explore the meaning of drones–drones as instruments of war and policing, drones in the public imaginary, drones as extensions of state and/or human will–all topics under examination at the recent IU Symposium on Drone Warfare. All technologies are transgressive. It seems to me that normalization is the issue. Spying technologies …

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Daily Local News – July 21, 2015

Indiana is sitting on $2.1 billion in cash reserves as the 2015 budget year draws to a close; The legal balance between First Amendment rights and local government ordinances was on display last week at a Bloomington Board of Public Works meeting; The budget for the Monroe County Public Library is expected to grow slightly next year; Horror movies have …

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Bring It On! – July 20, 2015

Liz Mitchell and Leila Randle welcome Terry James. PART ONE On tonight’s show, Liz and Leila welcome Terry James. Mr. James joins us to provide an update on family activities in the African American settled community of Jamestown, of which he is a descendant of Ervin James, the founder of the settlement. He also provides his observations on the recent …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #40: July 2015

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig and Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, July 5, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB. ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guests: Lucky & The Kid (aka Picker Dan Bilger and Barry Elkins) Vera Grubbs interviews artist Darren Redman Pam Raider interviews Keith Bradway of the Writers, Readers and Poets Society (WRAPS) Jeff …

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IU Receives Grant to Study Possible Autism Link

IU has received a $900,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to study a possible link between autism and body temperature. The study will be conducted by Jeffrey Alberts and Chris Harshaw of the Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences. The researchers will examine the effect of body temperature on mice with genetic disorders that mimic the symptoms of …

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Single-Use Bag Ordinance

Last week the Citizens Advisory Committee of the Monroe County Waste Management District voted, tentatively, to support Bloomington’s yet-to-be proposed single use bag ordinance. Clark Sorensen is the chair of the Committee. “We’re going to vote on whether or not to support the single-use bag ordinance that’s being proposed. We’re going to send out the actual ordinance to members and …

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Brown County Hour – Episode #39: June 2015

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Vera Grubbs, Rick Fettig, Jeff Foster. First aired Sunday, June 6, 2015 at 9 AM on WFHB. ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: Musical guests: Amanda & Brian Webb Anabel Hopkins tells us about the Partake Film Festival Alan Birkmeyer shares info about the Relay For Life event Jeff Tryon’s My Brown County: How Peoga got it’s name Singer/songwriter Cari …

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Finding Meaning In Tragedy


Elena Mnayarji is a typical high school senior. She likes to hang out with her friends, spend time in her hobbies, and plan out her college dorm room. But an event earlier this year lead her to reevaluate the way she sees her life. Her sister, Indiana University student Lauren Mnayarji brings us the story, which comes courtesy of the …

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