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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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Kite Line- January 26, 2018: More Insights from the Local Jail

In this episode, we start with updates from Operation PUSH. After that, we continue hearing from Craig, who spent significant time in the Monroe County jail. You can hear the first part of Craig’s interview in last week’s episode. He spoke about his experiences in the various parts of Monroe County Jail, and also his experiences being a jail trustee. …

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Inside Outdoors – January 20, 2018

Buddy Bill, Rich Reardin, and Don Jordan discuss recent weather changes in Indiana, as Don calls in from Florida. Flu news. Trumps border wall and the issues for wildlife and species, wildlife migrations, managing Bison for brucilosis, ranchers real reasons for wanting elk protected, though they are the biggest culprit for the disease, traffic problems in Bloomington on West third …

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Kite Line- January 19, 2018: Inside the Local Jail

First off, we include an update from outside supporters of Operation PUSH, the strike in Florida prisons that is now in its fifth day. We will continue to give updates on the situation in Florida’s prisons as they arrive. After the news, we share the first part of Craig’s story, who was recently released from the Monroe County Jail, after …

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Daily Local News – January 17, 2018

The Indiana legislature is considering two bills that would revise payday lending rules in the state; The Monroe County Plan Commission is changing a zoning ordinance to make proposed trash facilities a conditional use, instead of a permitted use; After resigning from the Indiana Department of Child Services, Mary Beth Bonaventura will be joining the office of Attorney General Curtis …

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Kite Line- January 12, 2018: Shine A Light- Tensions Spreading in the Prisons

This week, we feature two snapshots from fast-developing situations inside the prison system. First, we share an anonymized statement from a prisoner participating in final preparations for Operation: PUSH, the statewide strike inside Florida prisons next week. Second, we broadcast an analysis by a Michigan prisoner of the recently instated mail ban there, which is strikingly similar to the new …

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Daily Local News – January 11, 2018

Bloomington City Council members are working to limit the heights of new downtown development, the Sophia Travis playground at Karst Farm Park is getting a makeover, the Indiana legislature is considering revising Indiana’s alcohol laws, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb addressed the state legislature in his State of the State address on Tuesday night. FEATURE Indiana’s legislature passed a law last session …

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Daily Local News – January 4, 2018

HEADLINES Bloomington Democratic State Representative Matt Pierce files legislation for voluntary euthanasia; the Monroe County Commissioners are gearing up for the county’s 200th anniversary, saving taxpayer money with new property tax software, and approved new monitoring equipment for the Community Corrections Department; The Commission on the Status of Women is seeking applicants for their annual awards; and both the city …

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Daily Local News – January 2, 2018

We’ll continue our best of 2017 with stories from around your community— In today’s Daily Local News, we hear how an organization encourages local women to run for public office, and hear from public officials about their experience as women in public office; we’ll also hear about increasing financial constraints on child support services as the opioid epidemic continues to …

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Daily Local News – January 1, 2018

Happy New Year! We continue our ‘Best of 2017’ with stories from around your community— In today’s Daily Local News, the city of Bloomington and Monroe County join a lawsuit against opioid manufacturers, the city advances measures to curb downtown student apartments, a public education advocacy group challenges Ellettsville’s Seven Oaks Classical School in a federal lawsuit, and Indiana takes …

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