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Sophia Saliby

Sophia Saliby is a reporter for WTIU/WFIU news. She is originally from Franklin, Tennessee and is an International Studies student at Indiana University's School for Global and International Studies.

Recent Posts by Sophia Saliby

August 16, 2017

 

The Shalom Center is currently open five days a week.

Monroe Co. Commissioners Approve Extended Shalom Center Hours

The Monroe County Commissioners unanimously approved a measure Wednesday that would deliver funding to the Shalom Community Center.

August 15, 2017

 

The proposed bill was not assigned to a summer study committee.

Ind. Lawmaker Says Constraints On Street Protesting Still Needed

Events in Charlottesville over the weekend are prompting one Indiana legislator to reflect on a bill he proposed in January.

August 11, 2017

 

 Designs plans for the hospital were unveiled at Friday's IU Board of Trustees meeting.

IU Trustees Approve Design For New IU Health Bloomington Hospital

Indiana University’s Board of Trustees approved design plans for the new IU Health Bloomington Hospital at their meeting Friday.

August 4, 2017

 

MCCSC signed a busing contract with Auxilio Services this past March.

MCCSC: Muncie Busing Issues Will Not Impact First Day Of School

The Monroe County Community School Corporation is confident its bus drivers will be prepared for the first day of school.

August 2, 2017

 

Students mark dig sites where they found evidence of human activity  at the Sycamore Land Trust's Powell Preserve outside Gosport..

DNR Awards Grant For Archaeological Research In Monroe County

A grant from the Indiana DNR will support a new archaeological survey in Monroe County in an effort to uncover more about the area’s history.

August 1, 2017

 

The report recommends equipping all law enforcement across the country with the overdose reversal drug, nalaxone.

Nat’l. Commission Calls For State Of Emergency For Opioid Epidemic

A national commission tasked with addressing the opioid epidemic is calling on President Trump to declare a nationwide state of emergency.

July 28, 2017

 

Mershon's 5 year old son, Jameson, was diagnosed with Dravet syndrome, a form of epilepsy at 7 months old.

Medicinal Cannabis Registry Launches For Epileptic Hoosiers

A new registry that will allow Hoosiers with epilepsy to obtain medicinal cannabis is now open.

July 24, 2017

 

Falcon chicks are banded by the DNR before they have the ability to fly.

DNR Monitors State Falcon Population After Chicks Hatch

Indiana’s Department of Natural Resources recently finished banding efforts for the state’s Peregrine Falcon population.

July 21, 2017

 

Crouch was invited by the Hoosier Hills Food Bank to learn about the food bank's services and programs in the 6 counties that it serves.

Lt. Gov. Crouch Meets With Food Bank To Discuss Food Insecuirty

Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch made a trip to Bloomington’s Hoosier Hills Food Bank Friday.

July 18, 2017

 

The new expansion is located on Firecracker Hill, just outside downtown Nashville.

Lawsuit Filed In Dispute Over Utilities Of New Quaff ON! Location

Brown County Water Utilities sued the Nashville Town Council last month for the rights to provide water to a multi-million dollar Quaff ON! expansion.

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