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Hoosier Hills Food Bank is full of ceiling-high stacks of boxes full of tortilla chips, mountains of cereal boxes, piles of canned beef ravioli and baked beans. This warehouse is where the food for many regional charitable organizations in Monroe, Brown, Lawrence, Martin, Orange and Owen counties comes from.
Production of Glory Gears hinged on the success of a $10,000 Kickstarter campaign. A week and a half away from his deadline, the creator was barely halfway there.
Meals on Wheels volunteers Pat Patterson and Bill Milroy retrieve a hot meal for one of their deliveries. The two men met through the program and now get together once a month to deliver meals to clients.
Two volunteers loaded up the trunk of a Toyota Corolla on a Wednesday morning in March with a container full of hot meals to be handed out to the recipients of Bloomington’s Meals on Wheels program. Bill Milroy and Pat Patterson do this together once a month.
Nettie Garza said she wants to go visit her grandmother, whom she hasn’t seen in nine years, in Mexico. She has been saving up money to make the trip, but now, Garza, a green card holder, is scared to leave the country.
The Department of Homeland Security released documents Tuesday that highlighted the Trump administration’s plans to hire additional border agents and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents and allow state and local law enforcement to act as immigration officers.
When people came to the Monroe County Public Library on Tuesday night with concerns about the future of Barack Obama’s health care law, they were told to sign up for health insurance anyway and the future of the program would be safe at least through 2017.
When Alex Bishop came to IU, he didn’t know anyone, but he knew one thing: he wanted to ride for the Cutters in Little 500. He spent months asking strangers if they knew anyone on the team.
LGBTQ students at IU will soon have the opportunity to address bullying against their community by going back to their own high schools.