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Local Live – Will Holler

Will Holler is an American folk rock band made up of Salem Willard on guitar and vocals, Otis Cantrell on drums and background vocals, Kyle Franke on bass, Jonas Carpenter on harmonica, and Ryan Payton on pedal steel. Their latest album is called River Wrong. TRACK LIST 1.) Big Oak Sunday 2.) Electric Rain 3.) River Wrong 4.) In a …

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Daily Local News – May 22nd, 2019

The state of Indiana and the city of Bloomington are continuing a legal battle over annexation, after the state announced over the weekend they will appeal a preliminary finding by a judge that favored the city; The City of Bloomington has settled on a site for its new Trades District Garage; The Bloomington Farmers Market saw record attendance last year, …

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Farmer’s Market Customers, Vendors Complaining About Parking

The Bloomington Farmers Market saw record attendance last year, despite having fewer participating vendors. That’s according to Cathy Aiken, chair of the Farmer’s Market Advisory Council. In a report to the Bloomington Parks Board yesterday, Aiken said vendors are also reporting their customer complain about parking availability. Aiken went on to report the advisory council did not agree to a …

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Women’s Reproductive Rights Activists Rally Downtown

Hundreds turned out across the state this afternoon for the Stop the Bans rally, against state pushes for anti-abortion legislation. Dozens of local residents and community activists gathered on the Monroe County Courthouse Square, in downtown Bloomington.  Indivisible Bloomington & 9th District, IN and the Monroe County National Organization for Women hosted this afternoon’s rally. At this afternoon’s rally, Monroe …

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ArtBeat – Ep. 1: Patricia Cole – Living Waters

Welcome to ArtBeat, with Dr. Filiz Cicek! In today’s episode, Patricia Cole speaks with Dr. Cicek about the Living Waters exhibit. The exhibit focuses on water, water quality, and includes a panel discussion at the I Fell Gallery, in Bloomington, on April 21.

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Daily Local News – May 20, 2019

Opponents of Alabama’s total abortion ban are staging a rally in downtown Bloomington, tomorrow; The Monroe County Council approved the creation of a domestic violence prosecuting attorney position, on Wednesday; South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg spoke during a Fox News townhall in New Hampshire, yesterday; The Dimension Mill in Bloomington earned the city an award from Indiana Landmarks, on Thursday. …

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Inside Outdoors – May 18, 2019

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan are the hosts. Crappie tournament on Lake Monroe today, Saturday, May 18, 2019. ORV (off road vehicles) and how there has been many accidents since April, 2019. Discussion about how they can be a problem in the woods, or to the rider, and saftey issues, the word ‘Lick’ and it’s origin, creek, lick, …

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Daily Local News – May 16, 2019

A new requirement for Indiana Teachers to fulfill 15 hours of training before July, has prompted Bloomington’s Switchyard Brewing Company to put together a Summer Camp for teachers; Last night, the Bloomington City Council postponed adopting permanent scooter regulations until July 31; The reconstruction and closure of Bloomington’s Fourth Street parking garage will prompt a year long closure of three …

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Eco Report – May 16, 2019

Eco Report

Monroe County Commissioners are voicing concern about the impact of two logging projects, near Lake Monroe; The Indiana Dunes are America’s newest National Park; Air pollution is an issue in almost all of our national parks; Over 180 have approved a United Nations agreement to limit plastic pollution, but the U.S. isn’t among them. GET OUT AND HIKE Sycamore Land …

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Daily Local News – May 15, 2019

Monroe County Commissioners are concerned about the impact the delayed road work will have on the new IU Hospital; Hoosier National Forest Supervisor Mike Chaveas told Monroe County Commissioners Indiana Department of Environmental Management specialists are looking into the effects of clear cutting forests, just south of Lake Monroe; The Monroe County Community School board approved a ten cent increase …

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