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Indiana Landmarks and the Indiana Farm Bureau are Welcoming Nominations for the 2016 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation

for the 2016 John Arnold Award for Rural Preservation. Nominees must provide a detailed history of their farm, and how the farm’s agricultural features are used and adapted to meet current day-to-day needs. Additionally, nominees must provide photographs of the farm and its preserved historic features. This award is named in honor of John Arnold, a farmer from Rushville who, …

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Commission of Aging Invites All to Attend Annual Creative Aging Festival

The City of Bloomington’s Commission on Aging invites all to attend the sixth annual Creative Aging Festival. The festival takes place every May, in honor of Older Americans Month. This year, the event will start Friday, May 6th at the Monroe County History Center. The Festival includes art exhibits, musical and theatre performances, poetry, gardening, and more. These events allow …

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Presentation from a Think Tank Inside Monroe County Jail

Last night, a think tank working inside the Monroe County Jail presented their findings to the Bloomington City Council. We bring you their comments now for today’s WFHB community report.

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Voices in the Street – “ The Little Five-Hundred: Hosting the World’s Greatest College Weekend”

The Little 500 is utterly unique and also the largest collegiate cycling event in the world—but along with the racing and revelry comes a degree of trepidation from Bloomington locals. Voices in the Street hit the streets to ask your friends and neighbors how they feel Bloomington hosts and handles the Little Five.

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Daily Local News – April 21, 2016

Residents of southeast Bloomington are pushing back against a proposed subdivision at 790 East Holland Drive. The Holland Fields subdivision is planned to offer 55 parcels over 26 acres; The Indiana Limestone Symposium announced its 20th annual event to take place from June 5th through the 25th at Bybee Stone Company in Ellettsville; The City of Bloomington’s Commission on Aging …

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Three Years After Logging, How is Yellowwood Forest Recovering?

In today’s EcoReport feature, correspondent Norm Holy interviews Bogdan Dragnea, who lives just yards away from Yellowwood forest about the effects of logging that took place 3 years ago.

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EcoReport – April 21, 2016

In today’s EcoReport feature, correspondent Norm Holy interviews Bogdan Dragnea who lives just yards away from Yellowwood forest about the effects of logging that took place 3 years ago. EcoReport is a weekly program providing independent media coverage of environmental and ecological issues with a focus on local, state and regional people, issues, and events in order to foster open …

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Open Doors: Bedford Teen Tells Coming Out Story

Up next we have an episode of Open Doors, a segment dedicated to telling the coming out stories of local residents. Open Doors airs each week during WFHB’s LGBTQI public affairs show, BloomingOUT. In this episode, we hear from Tyler.

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Better Beware

Smartphone Safety: Smartphones are increasingly vulnerable targets for increasingly dangerous hackers and theives. Here are five ways to stay as safe as possible! Produced by Richard Fish. Executive Producer is Joe Crawford.

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Daily Local News – April 20, 2016

The state of Indiana has seen a record turnout for early voting. According to the Tribune Star newspaper, sixty-thousand and thirty two ballots have been cast since April 5th; On Monday, the Bloomington Utilities Service Board approved partnering with a team from IU’s School of Environmental and Public Affairs on a large-scale water resource stud; Monroe County is considering a …

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