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Monroe County Community School Corporation resource officer attempts to motion Margaret Menge out of a school board meeting after she refused to follow indoor masking protocols. The affair sparked a recess during the Aug. 24, 2021 meetingat the Administration Center on 315 E. North Drive.

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IU president Michael McRobbie holds up a symbolic key at a dedication event Wednesday. The event was McRobbie's final public event as IU's president.

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IU President Michael McRobbie delivers the State of the University Address over Zoom on Tuesday in President's Hall. Pamela Whitten will take over as president July 1.

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A tweet from LeBron James, that has since been deleted, appears April 20. The tweet addressed police officer Nicholas Reardon, who shot and killed 16-year-old Ma'Khia Bryant April 20 in Columbus, Ohio.

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A screenshot from the Star Tribune's coverage of the verdict in Derek Chauvin trial is pictured. Chauvin was found guilty of second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter.

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A graphic presented Wednesday during Gov. Eric Holcomb's virtual COVID-19 pandemic briefing shows the number of vaccinations performed in each state by age. The graph shows that 70% of Hoosiers ages 70-79, the second highest of all eligible age groups, have received vaccinations.

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Gov. Eric Holcomb speaks Wednesday over Zoom during a weekly virtual briefing about the COVID-19 pandemic. Holcomb said than 50% of Indiana residents over the age 65 have scheduled or received their first vaccine.

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A graph displaying COVID-19 hospitalizations in Monroe County is displayed Friday during a virtual press conference with Mayor John Hamilton. IU-Bloomington is expected to open Monroe County’s third vaccination clinic for eligible students and local residents.

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Jim Sims, chairman of the Public Safety Committee of the Bloomington Common Council, moderates a virtual meeting Thursday regarding homelessness in Bloomington.

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