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Local club to recognize officer

The Northside Exchange Club of Bloomington will be host of a dinner to award the latest Police Officer of the Year.

High schoolers to train in Krav Maga

The senior class of Edgemont Junior-Senior High School, Lauren Spierer's former high school, will be taught the Israeli self-defense art of Krav Maga.

City council debates deer issue

The city council considered allowing sharpshooters at the Griffy Lake Nature Preserve in order to curb deer overpopulation.

Cindy Stone holds up a shirt being auctioned off during Pride Night hosted by the GLBT Alumni Association on Thursday at Cook Hall.

GLBTAA celebrates progress at game

The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association celebrated progress Thursday during Pride Night at the women's basketball game.

Barry Magee, the Artistic Director of Quarryland choir, and the Quarryland men perform upbeat and inspiring songs  during the GLBT alumni association event on Friday at Neal-Marshall Center.

Reception sets mood for Pride weekend

Standing ovation after standing ovation marked the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Alumni Association kick-off reception Friday.

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