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Mark Keierleber


Comcast bans TV firearm advertisements

Television is often the land of savages, with shows featuring endless weaponry, blood and brutality. But when the programming on the nation’s largest cable-TV provider pauses, viewers will no longer see commercials from local firearms dealers.

Robert E. Lee.

Convicted murderer to be released in Bloomington

Convicted murderer Robert Evan Lee, 57, who was convicted 25 years ago for killing a 31-year-old woman, cutting her body into pieces and placing her remains in Hefty trash bags, will once again roam Bloomington streets Saturday.

County Councilman Warren Henegar dies of cancer Tuesday

Long-time public servant Warren Henegar died Tuesday morning following a battle with cancer. Henegar was a member of the Monroe County Council. After serving several terms on the council, he sought reelection in May’s primary election but was not chosen.

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Protest

Protesters listen as Father Elias Mills of Bloomington's Mother of the Redeemer Retreat Center reads a prayer during Friday afternoon'ss Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. During the rally, protesters expressed opposition to the Department of Health and Human Services’ mandate requiring employer health plans to provide free contraceptives, sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs to employees.

Protest

Father Elias Mills of Bloomington's Mother of the Redeemer Retreat Center reads a prayer during Friday afternoon's Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. During the rally, protesters expressed opposition to the Department of Health and Human Services’ mandate requiring employer health plans to provide free contraceptives, sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs to employees.

Protest

Protesters listen as Father Elias Mills of Bloomington's Mother of the Redeemer Retreat Center reads a prayer during Friday afternoon'ss Stand Up for Religious Freedom Rally on the Monroe County Courthouse lawn. During the rally, protesters expressed opposition to the Department of Health and Human Services’ mandate requiring employer health plans to provide free contraceptives, sterilizations and abortion-inducing drugs to employees.

Occupy

Occupy Bloomington protesters cheer Tuesday as police leave a city-owned lot along the B-Line Trail. Police disassembled a surplus tent the protesters had erected for their May Day celebration.

citizen

City of Bloomington volunteer Kathy Dilcher discusses the presidents depicted on various American coins with immigrants working to become U.S. citizens Tuesday at City Hall. Through this program, immigrants from across the globe are prepped for the required citizenship exam in Indianapolis.

Citizen

City of Bloomington volunteer Kathy Dilcher asks Japanese citizen Kiyomi Macy if she can identify the president pictured on an American $5 bill Tuesday at City Hall. Macy, along with Chinese citizen Guiying Li, right, are taking a class through the City of Bloomington and Indiana Legal Services to prepare them in their venture to become U.S. Citizens.

Hell House

Members of the House of Prayer Ellettsville act as angels in the final scene of their production Sunday at Hell House. After several hellacious scenes, visitors were guided to the Heaven scene where they were asked to follow Christianity.

Hell House

Performers participate in a scene during the House of Prayer Ellettsville’s annual Hell House performance on Sunday. The church’s pastor, Larry Mitchell, described the event as a “demon-guided tour.”

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