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IU School of Law alumna Loretta Rush is now the 108th justice of the Indiana Supreme Court.
As announced last spring, an error by the Monroe County auditor Amy
Gerstman caused the city to fall short of its expected property tax
revenue total by $377,930.
Democratic candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda
Ritz announced on Wednesday her plan to increase high school graduation
With fewer than 50 days left before Indiana’s general election, the
Pence and Gregg campaigns have stepped up fundraising efforts,
advertising and policy announcements.
As the nation’s third fundraising quarter nears its end Sunday, national
attention — and money — is flowing into Indiana’s U.S. Senate race.
Cheryl Munson, an assistant scientist in IU’s anthropology department,
will be officially appointed Friday to run in Sophia Travis’ place for
the Monroe County Council.
Travis, who suffered from a heart condition, died at about 11 p.m. Sept. 19 in her home on Fluck Mill Road.
Last Wednesday, at-large county council candidate Repubican Skip Daley
released a statement proposing solutions to what he called issues of
transparency in Monroe County government.
Donnelly leads Mourdock 40 percent to 38 percent among likely voters,
though the survey’s 3.5 percent margin of error suggests a virtual tie,
according to new September statistics from the Howey-DePauw general
Follow IDS reporters and editors as we live chat the presidential debate. Use #IDSChat to join the conversation.
Local bars turned into political meeting places Wednesday for the first presidential debate.
The Hoosier Lottery announced Wednesday it will outsource management of
its services to GTECH Corporation to boost revenue by a projected $2.1
billion during the next 15 years.
Student volunteers with the Indiana Public Interest Research Group stood
in front of the Herman B Wells Library for four hours Thursday
afternoon registering voters for this year’s election.
Once a month, one can find the group at Village Deli on Kirkwood Avenue.
During breakfast, they discuss those issues and vote on whether to
endorse and fund candidates. On Friday, Shelli Yoder, democratic
candidate for the 9th congressional district, joined the group.
The Monroe County Commissioners were awarded $287,305.40 in late
September by the U.S. Department of Energy through the Indiana Office of
A variety of Monroe County community leaders ranging from school
administrators to prosecutors gathered Wednesday at 400 W. Seventh St.
to discuss prescription drug abuse in the county.
Following a presidential debate where the main takeaway was the future
of Big Bird, the vice presidential candidates have a lot of potential
ground to cover.
More than 400 people voted at the Curry building in downtown Bloomington Wednesday, but that number is nearly 350 shy of 2008's voter turnout on the second day of early voting.
The City of Bloomington invited community members to participate in
planning workshops Tuesday to gain feedback on redevelopment plans for
recently acquired downtown property.
The meeting served as the final class of a nine-week program called the
Citizens’ Academy, an interactive program allowing Bloomington residents
an opportunity to learn about the services, responsibilities and
challenges of local government, program manager Vickie Provine said.
Third quarter campaign finance reports were due at noon Monday, and
Republican gubernatorial candidate Rep. Mike Pence, R-6th District, lead
the pack with more than $2.9 million raised.