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Indiana House Bill 1005, authored by Republican State Representative Bob Behning, passed in the Indiana House of Representatives 61-36 and moved to the Indiana Senate Feb. 16. If passed, the bill would create an educational savings account program and extend eligibility to receive vouchers to families who have a household income of $145,000 — about two times Indiana’s median income. Vouchers are state-funded scholarships for students who want to attend private school.
Jeff Hauswald, the newly-selected Monroe County Community School Corporation superintendent, said before he can determine his specific goals in this position, he needs to make himself available to the community.
The IU Health vaccination sites in Bloomington and Paoli, Indiana will be closed Tuesday due to the winter storm, according to a Monday Monroe County press release. The Monroe Convention Center was not scheduled to be open Tuesday.
IU Health Medical Arts and Monroe Convention Center COVID-19 vaccination sites will be closed Monday due to upcoming winter weather and dropping temperatures, according to a Sunday Monroe County press release.
IU Health Bloomington and Monroe County COVID-19 vaccine distribution sites may be closed some days next week due to the predicted colder temperatures and snow, said Monroe County Health Department Administrator Penny Caudill at the Monroe County COVID-19 conference call Friday.
An Indiana bill which would create a $150 million grant program to help students who have fallen behind in school due to the COVID-19 pandemic passed the Indiana House of Representatives with a vote of 94-2 on Feb. 2. The bill was referred to the Indiana Senate on Feb. 3.
The new Monroe County Community School Corporation Superintendent will be Kokomo School Corporation Superintendent Jeff Hauswald. The board announced its decision at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
According to a graphic created by Alessia Modjarrad, College Democrats of Indiana president, many areas in Bloomington, including parts of IU’s campus, are food deserts.
City Council members, including Matt Flaherty and Kate Rosenbarger, tried to stop Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton from having the Seminary Park encampment dismantled in January. He did it anyway, and, in response, Flaherty and Rosenbarger decided to co-author an ordinance that would provide protections to Bloomington’s unhoused population.
Monroe County Community School Corporation's Board of Trustees met to discuss topics such as the new Connect, Achieve, Respond, Engage and Support initiative, the new superintendent contract and COVID-19 metrics at Monroe County schools at 6 p.m. Tuesday.
Keith Klein, WTIU program director and member of the Monroe County Community School Corporation Board of Trustees since 2009, died Monday at age 79, according to Indiana Public Media.
Monroe County Community School Corporation contact tracers have not yet detected any spread of COVID-19 in its classrooms, MCCSC communications officer Kelby Turmail said.
The lights hanging from the Monroe County Courthouse flipped on at 5:27 p.m. Tuesday, even though it was still light out. At exactly 5:30 p.m., the faint ringing of the bell echoed from the tower above the lit-up municipal structure.
Volunteers and organizers of the demonstration ran around the exterior of the mass of about 150 people marching to Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton’s house Monday night. Some of them stood at intersections to prevent oncoming traffic from hitting anyone in the group, directing them through Bloomington’s streets, while others led people in song.
Travis Dugan, 36, walked up the steps to Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton’s house Sunday night, knocked on his door and asked him why he had to keep moving his tent, his home.
IU-Bloomington is expected to open Monroe County’s third vaccination clinic for eligible students and local residents, said Kirk White, the IU COVID-19 response team lead. Pending state registration confirmation, the campus will serve as an additional location option for their COVID-19 vaccine.
The people inhabiting Seminary Park and the items they have with them, including heaters, blankets, food and tents, remain in Seminary Park Tuesday morning, despite the City of Bloomington’s claim that they would be removed after 11 p.m. Monday night.
The Bloomington Police Department will remove the personal items of people staying in Seminary Park past 11 p.m. Monday and the people will be asked to leave. This is the second eviction in the park in five weeks, despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s recommendation against the removal of encampments.
Two people experiencing homelessness in Bloomington died within two days of each other in late December. Community members say the city’s anti-homeless policies contributed to at least one of the deaths.
Steve Moore believes himself to be of average intelligence and average life experience. He doesn’t expect you to think he’s smart. He doesn’t think he is.