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Archive for January 2009

January 2, 2009


Your Community’s Foundation

This week on Noon Edition we’ll take a close look at the role community foundations play in South-Central Indiana. Joining us in the studio are Community Foundation of Bloomington and Monroe County President Sheri Woodberry, Heritage Foundation President Sherry Stark, and Wabash Valley Community Foundation Executive Director Beth Tevlin.

January 9, 2009


Indiana Economics

This week on Noon Edition, we’ll discuss the economic outlook for south-central Indiana.  Joining us in the studio will be Indiana Business Research Center Director Jerry Conover and Indiana State University Professor of Economics Robert Guell.

January 16, 2009


The Inauguration and Indiana

On this program of Noon Edition, our guests discuss the impact of Barack Obama’s inauguration on South-Central Indiana.  City of Bloomington Safe and Civil City Director Beverly Calendar-Anderson, Monroe County Judge Valeri Haughton, and Indiana University Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Multicultural Affairs Edwin Marshall joined us in the studio.

January 23, 2009


Pros and Cons of the Kernan-Shepard Report

This week on Noon Edition, it’s a discussion of the ramifications of the Kernan-Shepard Report on south central Indiana. Association of Indiana Counties Executive Director David Bottorff and Executive Director Marilyn Schultz debate the merits of the government streamlining suggestions endorsed by Governor Mitch Daniels.

January 30, 2009


Youth Centers in South Central Indiana

Bloomington’s Boy’s and Girl’s Club Executive Director Jeff Baldwin, Columbus’ Foundation for Youth Executive Director David Westenberger and Terre Haute’s Ryves Hall Youth Center Director Jim Edwards discuss the economic impact on youth centers in south central Indiana.

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