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Julia Bergman

Law could help keep track of Ind. elderly

Indiana’s children aren’t the only Hoosiers who go missing. The Indiana State General Assembly is debating whether or not to implement Silver Alerts, said Bill Brumbach, a fiscal analyst of the Office of Fiscal and Management Analysis – Indiana Legislative Services Agency.

Professor and author Scott Russell Sanders sits in his office on Jan. 14 in Ballantine Hall. Professor Sanders will retire from teaching at IU after more than 30 years.

IU English professor honored with 2009 Mark Twain award

Sanders will receive the 2009 Mark Twain Award on May 8, 2009 in East Lansing, Mich. The award is for a distinguished author who resides in the Midwest and contributes to the benefit of Midwestern literature. The Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature selected Sanders for the award.

Iraq volunteer to speak today

Cliff Kindy has seen firsthand the trials of the Iraqi people and will speak at 7 p.m. today at First United Church, 2420 E. Third St., about his experiences. Indiana Students Against War and the Bloomington Peace Action Coalition are sponsoring the event.

IU class helps find funds for new mapping system.

Ambulances need doctoring

When the Bloomington Hospital Ambulance Service needed to update their vehicles, the Leadership Bloomington-Monroe County class stepped forward to help. The class secured laptops so the vehicles would have better navigation. The service’s ambulances are out-of-date, said Maureen Gahan, one of six students involved in the class.

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