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Monroe County war memorial, courthouse vandalized with pro-abortion rights messages

MONROE COUNTY, Ind. — “Free the uterus.” “Abort the court.” The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is looking for the person who vandalized the county courthouse with pro-abortion rights messages in downtown Bloomington. The sheriff’s office says the vandalism happened in broad daylight around 5 p.m. on Monday, June 27 on W. Kirkwood Avenue. Investigators released […]
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Central Indiana Kroger workers rejected their new contract. What does that mean for you?

Wherever you live in Bloomington, there is a Kroger location in your neighborhood. Within those glass sliding doors, Kroger workers are battling the company and working with their union to increase their paychecks and improve their benefits. All the while, other workplaces are offering higher wages and sign-on bonuses. Kroger workers voted down their latest...

Obituary: Clifford C. Emmons

May 6, 1937 – June 29, 2022. Clifford C. Emmons, 85, of Bedford, passed away at 2:15 p.m. on June 29, 2022, at IU Health Methodist Hospital. Born May 6, 1937, in Jackson Co., IN, he was the son of Clyde and Ida (Baker) Emmons. He married Frances Dunn.

Grecco's granted variance to expand Lincoln Avenue restaurant

Bedford's oldest locally owned restaurant received approval to build on to its location on Lincoln Avenue. Grecco's, which has been in business since 1945, will expand on the south end of the building after receiving a variance Tuesday from the Bedford Board of Zoning Appeals. The project will enlarge and modernize the kitchen and add a new restroom.

Jordan Hulls' IU basketball homecoming an opportunity he 'just couldn't pass up.'

For the first time since he can remember, Jordan Hulls isn't preparing to play basketball. After a Mr. Basketball career at Bloomington South, four years at IU and nine more playing professionally in Europe, it's an adjustment. Sometimes, Mike Woodson's most recent hire forgets he's in a different stage of life, and it briefly crosses his mind he should be working on his ballhandling or getting shots up.

Alumni elect Vivian Winston as trustee

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University alumni have elected Vivian Winston to her first term on the IU Board of Trustees in an election that closed June 30. Winston received 8,196 out of 16,302 total votes. Josh Kornberg received 4,351 votes, and Sandford S. Kunkel received 3,755. Winston will serve a three-year term on the board.

Big Ten to add 2 more in 2024

ROSEMONT, Ill. — The Big Ten Conference will get bigger in two years, after it was voted Thursday to add the University of Southern California and UCLA. The two colleges will make the jump from the Pac-12 conference after the 2023-2024 season, raising the members of the Big Ten Conference to 16.

IU basketball to face Elon as part of 2022-23 nonconference schedule

The components of Indiana’s 2022-23 nonconference schedule continue to leak out. The Daily Hoosier can confirm a report by Rocco Miller that the Hoosiers will face Elon as part of the upcoming season. According to Miller’s report, the game will be played in December at Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall....

Nicolas Radicic Didn't Have IU on His Radar Early, but Kasey Teegardin Reeled Him in Anyway

Written by Sammy Jacobs (@Hoosier_Huddle) On Thursday afternoon the Hoosier landed the number three kicker in the nation for their 2023 recruiting class in Nicolas Radicic. IU was never the plan for Radicic who had three other official visits that were lined up, none of them were to Bloomington. However, IU special teams coordinator Kasey Teegardin knew what he wanted and pursued Redicic until he got what he wanted, a commitment.

Indiana’s 2022 recruiting class ranked 13th nationally by RSCI

Finding consensus among recruiting rankings is a difficult task. But that’s the goal of the Recruiting Services Consensus Index (RSCI), which has been combining rankings from various services from since 1998. The RSCI (pronounced “risky”) rankings are calculated as such:. 1. The process begins with a single...

Here's where you can celebrate America's birthday in the Wabash Valley

Communities in the Wabash Valley are preparing for July 4th activities. Here's a look at some places you can get in on the fun. Indiana's largest independence day parade will take place in Linton. The freedom festival parade starts at 10:00 A.M. on Monday. The carnival and live entertainment start Friday.