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Arts Interchange – Jean Anouilh’s Antigone

Ashley Dillard is Antigone

This Arts Interchange is about Jean Anouilh’s 1944 Antigone, inspired by the Sophocles play of the same name, which the IU Theater Department is performing beginning Friday December 4th. The program is in two parts. Part One is an interview with the play’s director Katie Horwitz and Part Two is an interview with the two leads, Ashley Dillard, who plays …

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EcoReport – December 3, 2015

WFHB Fund Drive is under way! 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 discussion of human relationships with nature and the Earth and to encourage you to take personal responsibility for the world in which we …

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New Election Fund Established To Balance Annual Costs

Last week the County Commissioners authorized the establishment of a new election fund. The Monroe County Election and Voter Registration Fund is authorized by recently passed state legislation and was recommended by the County Council. County Attorney, Jeff Cockerill, noted that the purpose of the fund is to spread annual election costs over the election cycle. The plan is to …

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MCCSC Considers Later Start Times for Students

Experts around the country having been calling for later start times for middle and high school students. Currently middle school and high school MCCSC start at 7:40am and ends at 2:55pm, while elementary students start at 8:35pm and end at 3:50pm. Various ‘town hall style’ meetings were held earlier this year where parents and students challenged the early start time …

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Better Beware! – Holiday Shopping Dangers

2015 is going to be the riskiest holiday shopping season ever, what with new credit cards being issued and all those massive data breaches online. Here’s some of the best ways to stay safe!

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Daily Local News – December 2, 2015

The Scholar’s Inn Cafe and Wine Bar as well as the Bakehouse were sold recently to Black Canyon Incorporated in Fort Wayne; Last month, the completion date for Section 4 of Interstate 69 was in question due to the amount of work that needed to be done; Two members of the Bloomington Board of Public Works, Charlotte Zietlow and Duane …

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Interstate 69 Debate and Construction Continue; A Meeting Tonight and Section 4 Ceremony Planned

Last month, the completion date for Section 4 of Interstate 69 was in question due to the amount of work that needed to be done. However, the Herald Times reports today that an opening ceremony for Section 4 has been scheduled for one week from today. Governor Mike Pence is expected to be in attendance at the event December 9th, …

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Interchange – Organized for Violence: The Police and You


Our show today comes in two parts. First a pre-recorded spot, an interview with noted police critic, Kristian Williams, author of Our Enemies in Blue: Police and Power in America produced and hosted by WFHB News Department Volunteer Dan Young. For Part Two we’re joined by Bloomington’s Police Chief Mike Diekhoff. I’ll ask him to respond to some of what …

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The Ins and Outs of Money

What’s even better than a day of good, nutritious, and cheap meals? A whole week! Learn how to create a strategy for weekly food prep to enjoy quick, easy meals at a big discount. The Ins and Outs of Money is produced by Ryan Stacy and Associate Producer Kristina Wiltsee.

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The Not So Private Lives of Hoosiers

Threats to digital security and privacy are becoming increasingly difficult to understand and to defend against. As part of the ACLU’s First Wednesdays program, there will be a panel of experts in Bloomington tomorrow, December 2nd, for an hour-long discussion titled “The Not-So-Private Lives of Hoosiers: How Technology is Threatening our Privacy.” Correspondent Doug Storm spoke with Indiana ACLU Executive …

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