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Eco’s “Get Out and Hike!” – February 1st, 2018

In today’s episode of “Get Out and Hike!” Eco Report’s Jan Walker Interviews Kate Welch about Pate Hollow.

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Eco Feature – February 1st, 2018

This week, correspondent Norm Holy speaks with Indiana Forest Alliance Conservation Director Rae Schnapp about the costs and value associated with Indiana State forests.

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Eco Report – February 1st, 2018

In this week’s episode of “Eco Report” WFHB’s David Lyman and Julianna Dailey report on Brown County Water Utilities federal lawsuit against the Nashville Town Council, the City of Bloomington’s December deer cull success in culling sixty-two deer from the Lake Griffy Nature Preserve and Indiana Attorney Curtis Hill’s multi-million-dollar agreement to address alleged violations of environmental regulations at an …

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Hola Bloomington- January 26, 2018

Hosts, Erick and Sira Vega, talk about important family factors and more! Locutores, Erick y Sira Vega, hablan sobre temas importante de familia ¡y mas!

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Interchange – The Whole World Is Watching: The Legacy of 1968

Our opening song is “Inflated Tear” by Roland Kirk performed in Prague in 1967…a prelude of sorts of what was to come. Across the globe it was a year of countless uprisings. In the US it was the year of police violence against protesters at the Chicago Democratic Convention; it saw the Vietnam War’s Tet Offensive, the assassinations of Martin …

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Indiana Poet Laureate Adrian Matejka

Newly-named state poet laureate Adrian Matejka says Bloomington is an almost magical, mystical fertile ground for creative writers. A professor in Indiana University’s English Department and a National Book Award finalist for his poetic biography of boxer Jack Johnson, The Big Smoke, Matejka assumed his post as Indiana’s bard ambassador this month. He joins Michael Glab to talk about his …

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County Commissioner Amanda Barge

Amanda Barge is a first-term Monroe County Commissioner and a rising star in the local Democratic Party. A family counselor who grew up in a politically active family, Barge finds her social work experiences were invaluable preparation for her stint as an elective officeholder. She has helped spearhead the county’s efforts to cope with the opioid epidemic. She talks about …

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Joan Hawkins & Wounded Galaxies 1968

Joan Hawkins, associate professor at Indiana University’s Media School, is one of the organizers of an academic conference and festival marking the 50th anniversary of a landmark, revolutionary year. Titled “Wounded Galaxies 1968: Paris, Prague, Chicago,” the conference runs February 6-11. A pre-conference festival has already begun with film screenings, art exhibits, musical performances, and literary readings at various venues …

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Bring It On! – January 29, 2018

Cornelius Wright and William Hosea welcome David Schunk, Tina Lampke, Ruben Marte’, Roger Logsdon and Allen Bell. (WARNING: This program contains adult themes i.e. sexual violence) PART ONE David Schunk, pastor of Vineyard Community Church; Tina Lampke, executive director of Hannah Center; Captain Ruben Marte’ and Detective Roger Logsdon with the Indiana State Police and Allen Bell, Victims Advocate & …

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Inside Outdoors – January 27, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan discuss recent weather changes in Indiana, as Don calls in from Florida. The ‘Humiliating’ Woodpecker. ‘A January Fog freezes a February Dog’ – old sayings and signs that foresee winter weather. Weather forecasts and some talk about winter weather. Old wives tales: signs: ‘Thunder and lightning in February, means a frost on the …

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