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Wednesday Rundown: Animal shelter opens, Bill Monroe Bluegrass Festival to take place, IUWS hires new assistant coach

Animal shelter officially opens after $2.1 million renovation project


A one-year-old shar pei pitbull mix, Spike, bites the ribbon during a grand opening ceremony Tuesday, June 5, at the Bloomington Animal Shelter. The ribbon had a raw-hide bone in the middle for Spike to find.  Matt Begala


Each year, anywhere from 3,700 to 4,000 animals enter the shelter. Read more here.


52nd annual Bluegrass Festival to pay tribute to Bill Monroe


Audience members sit and watch a performance at Bill Monroe's Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival. The festival will be returning this year from June 9 to 16. Courtesy Photo


Bill Monroe's Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival will take place June 9 to 16. Read more here.


Daniel Brizard named IU women's soccer assistant coach


IU celebrates after Maya Piper scores a goal in the first minute against Northwestern on Sept. 28, 2017, at Bill Armstrong Stadium. The Hoosiers begin their 2018 season on Friday, August 17 in Bloomington. Bobby Goddin


Brizard spent last season with LSU as a volunteer assistant coach. Read more here.

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