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bloomingOUT – Argenta Peron – February 9, 2017

Join bloomingOUT anchors Colin, Grace, and JP as they welcome Argenta Peron to the show. Argenta is the Show Director for the Bloomington venue, the Back Door; and performs as The People’s Diva and Back Door House Queen. Argenta talks events, fundraising, and RuPaul’s Drag Race performers at the Back Door; as well as her own history as a performer. The …

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Voices in the Street: “Do you think public school teachers are paid enough?”

The narrow confirmation of president Trumps’ nominee for secretary of education has served as a reminder of just how important education, and especially how important the public school system is. We have gone out into the streets and asked your fellow Bloomingtonians whether public school teachers are paid enough.

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Big Talk w/ Michael Glab: Nancy Hiller

A cabinetmaker, furniture designer and builder, author, preservation advocate, and storyteller, Nancy Hiller has been beautifying people’s homes in Bloomington and other cities for years. She started working with wood as a young woman simply because she needed affordable furniture. She trained in the art and craft of woodworking on a dare and went on to make it her life. …

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Daily Local News – February 9, 2017

The Bloomington City Council show support for Mayor John Hamilton’s proposed annexation of seven areas just outside the city’s municipal boundaries; Another in a long series of tax court battles between CVS and the Monroe County government is scheduled for tomorrow morning; A new agriculture technology startup called The Bee Corp has been launched by former Indiana University students; The …

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Eco Report – February 9, 2017

Eco Report 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 discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we live. Each program features timely …

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Better Beware – Account Fraud

The new credit cards have stopped one kind of ripoff, but now there are others. Identity Theft is ballooning, and here’s how to keep from being carried away financially.

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Charters, Vouchers and Pre-K – Concerns Voiced About New Legislation

Last night the Monroe County Community School Corporation hosted a community conversation about public education. News Director Joe Crawford has more for today’s WFHB community report. This event was recorded by Community Access Television Services. The full video can be found here: http://catstv.net/m.php?q=3940

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Daily Local News – February 8, 2017

IU students organized a demonstration today responding to white nationalist flyers posted on campus; As four-year graduation rates on the main Indiana University continue to climb, regional campuses lag behind; The Chocolate Prom will be held at Rhino’s Youth Center this Saturday, February 11th from 7 to 11 pm; Indiana University’s Center of Excellence for Women in Technology will host its fourth annual …

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City Administrators Move Toward Greater Financial Transparency

City administrators are moving toward buying software they say will make almost every city financial transaction available to the public. IT Director Rick Dietz told the Utilities Services Board last night that the software module would make transactional information available to the public as well as to the city’s many departments, the city council, and boards and commissions. “Once it’s …

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Interchange – The Authoritarian Creep

As a follow-up to last week’s program, “The Elected Coup,” tonight we confront The Authoritarian Creep. I should note that I spoke with both of our guests last Thursday (2/2) and as mindless speed seems to be the name of Donald Trump’s game (a la Italian Futurism), this show may already be behind the times! SEGMENT ONE: Lessons from Local …

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