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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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Brown County Water Utilities and Nashville Town Council Reconvene in Federal Lawsuit

Brown County Water Utilities and the Nashville Town Council reconvened in court after the private water company filed a federal lawsuit against the Nashville Town Council in June. Brown County Water Utilities alleges the town encroached on their service area when it annexed Firecracker Hill last year. The parties returned to court yesterday, after taking a brief hiatus in the …

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Daily Local News – January 25, 2018

Indiana Senators Joe Donnelly and Todd Young are collaborating on legislation to designate Indianapolis’ Kennedy-King Park as a National Historic Site; Bloomington was named one of the Top 100 Best Places to Live by Livability. com’s list for 2018; and Brown County Water Utilities and the Nashville Town Council reconvene in court, after the private water company filed a federal …

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Daily Local News – November 28, 2017

The Monroe County Council will discuss a proposed 1% food and beverage tax in their meeting this evening; A South Bend law firm has alleged that hospitals and hospital systems across the state have defrauded taxpayers of 300 million dollars; State Road 135 through downtown Nashville in Brown County will be closed on Saturday; This Saturday also marks the return …

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Daily Local News – May 10, 2017

The city of Bloomington says it spent more than $770,000 as it sought to annex about 10,000 acres of Monroe County land this year. Ellettsville Town Council President Scott Oldham began the council’s meeting Monday night by acknowledging the recent loss of two public servants, and went on to approve a 20- year contract with the City of Bloomington Utilities …

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Brown County Makes Final Round in Development Initiative

The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs last week named Brown County as a finalist in its Hometown Collaboration Initiative. The goal of the Hometown Collaboration Initiative, or HCI, is to coach local teams on data gathering and developing strategies that will ultimately lead to broad based support for and success of local development initiatives. The HCI program is …

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Daily Local News – May 8, 2017

Donald Trump is threatening to increase taxes on a company that is moving jobs out of Indianapolis; Indiana’s bicentennial projects are costing Hoosiers more than former Governor Mike Pence promised; A City of Bloomington press release announced that May is National Bikes Month; This year is the 25th anniversary of the nation-wide “Stamp out Hunger” food drive; Bloomington residents are …

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Saturday’s Child – Celtica

WFHB Saturday’s Child welcomed the Brown County group Celtica to the stage for some music from the Irish side of the world, Saturday, April 8, at the Monroe County History Center.

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Brown County Hour – Episode #59 February 2017

Hosted by Dave Seastrom, Cari Ray, Pam Raider, Vera Grubbs, Chuck Wills, and Rick Fettig. First aired Sunday, February 5, 2017 at 9 AM on WFHB ☆ In this episode of the Brown County Hour: The radio show crew welcomes you to February! We have a great episode to help get you through the shorter winter days. Stoke your fireplace, pour another …

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Google Offers Trekker Camera Rig to Record Trail Systems

A 50-pound, 15-lens Google Trekker backpack camera is on loan to Brown County this fall, and the Convention and Visitors Bureau has a long list of volunteers to wear it on hiking trails, including around Yellowood Lake. According to the Herald-Times, Bloomington officials loaned the camera this summer, capturing footage on local trails and the B-Line – and now that …

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