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  • Thursday, May 23, 2019

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    9:00 Purcell:  March and Gigue; Rolf Smedvig, trumpet; Michael Murray, organ (Telarc 80341) Handel:  Concerto grosso in g, op. 6/6; Orpheus CO (DG 289 471 758) Mozart:  Symphony No. 30 in D, K 202; Capella Istropolitana/Wordsworth (Naxos 8.501107) Britten/arr. Bream:  The Courtly Dances from Gloriana; Julian Bream Consort (London 452 500) Finzi:  Romance in E […]

  • S03 E16 – Edwin Fulwider – Casey Jones – 1939

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    Fulwider’s painting shows the frantic seconds just before the two locomotives crash head on, creating anxiety as you realize the catastrophe of the train crash is imminent. 

  • Aging In Rural America: The Link Between Chronic Disease and Mental Health

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    Dennis Pond doesn’t tell his psychiatrist about his thoughts of suicide.  But he has them. He often feels useless, in large part because his diabetes has caused terrible pain and numbness in his feet, and that affects his ability to drive, to help out around the house, to even go out in the yard. “When […]

  • Survey: Farmers Worried Their Operations Are In ‘Jeopardy’ Due To Trade Conflicts

    Published on in Agriculture, Government, Politics

    In a recent survey, most Indiana farmers say the Trump administration’s trade policy is putting their operations in “jeopardy.” Farmers have seen a 50 percent drop in income over the last five years according to the Indiana Farm Bureau. In a recent survey conducted by the organization of about 450 farmers from around the state, […]

  • Indiana Files Suit Against Family Accused In Opioid Crisis

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    Indiana’s Attorney General filed a new lawsuit aimed at the family behind Purdue Pharma. The state becomes the latest to accuse members of the Sackler family of exacerbating the opioid crisis. The lawsuit names eight members of the family, including former Purdue Pharma President Richard Sackler.  It accuses them of deceptive marketing and misconduct that […]

  • Program Embeds Medical Residents At Speedway

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    During the month of May, medical residents from across the country are in Indianapolis for a program at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  The program offers a chance to train two sides of emergency medicine. The Indiana University Health Emergency Medical Center in the infield of the Speedway treats drivers and spectators. IU Health Dr. Geoffrey […]

  • Wednesday, May 22, 2019

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    9:00 Tallis:  O sacrum convivium; Atlanta Symphony Chamber Chorus/Mackenzie (Telarc 80654) Henry VIII of England/arr. Howarth:  Rose Without a Thorn; Philip Jones Brass Ensemble/Howarth (London 417 524) Boccherini:  Guitar Quintet No. 4 in D, G 448 “Fandango”; Kazuhito Yamashita, Tokyo String Quartet (RCA 60421) Gossec:  Gavotte; Hubert Laws, flute; Philharmonia Virtuosi/Kapp (CBS 37216) Debussy: Pour […]

  • Statue Honoring Muncie’s Hurley Goodall To Be Unveiled Thursday

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    Many people in Muncie know the name Hurley Goodall and what he accomplished during his life in Muncie, Delaware County and state public service. This week, the Delaware County Historical Society is honoring his legacy.  IPR’s Kwaku Dakwa  explains how. Everyone is encouraged to come and celebrate the unveiling Thursday at 6 p.m. at Cornerstone […]

  • Custody Or Care: Ohio May Help Parents Deal With Mental Illness

    Published on in Family Issues, Government, Health, Uncategorized

    Across the United States, parents of children with severe mental health issues can face an excruciating decision: If they can’t afford costly healthcare, they may have to sign over custody to the state. That way, the government will pay for the child’s care. Now those parents are fighting for change, and a chunk of Ohio’s […]

  • Hundreds Rally For Abortion Rights At Statehouse

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    Hundreds rallied at the Statehouse Tuesday as part of a coordinated effort to protest anti-abortion laws nationwide. The rallies are a response to recent legislation in states like Alabama and Georgia – some of the most restrictive and punitive anti-abortion measures in decades. Simone Bailey says the need for the rallies is not just about […]

  • Tuesday, May 21, 2019

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    9:00 Gates:  Sol y Sombra; Dallas Wind Symphony/Fennell (Reference 85) Copland:  Three Latin-American Sketches; Orpheus CO (DG 427 335) Menotti:  Cantilena e Scherzo; Gillian Tingay, harp; RTE Vanbrugh Quartet (Champs Hill Records 006) L Bernstein:  Divertimento for Orchestra; Minnesota O/Oue (Reference 87) E Bernstein:  Main Title from To Kill a Mockingbird; Cincinnati Pops O/Kunzel (Telarc 80708) […]

  • Muncie Teenage Partygoer Dies From Gunshot Wounds

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    The early Saturday shooting at a house party just west of the Ball State campus has now claimed a life.  WISH-TV reports 17-year-old Daymarr Kennedy, died Monday at IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital, according to Delaware County Coroner Rick Howell.  Dozens of people were at the party in the 2400 block of Euclid Avenue when […]

  • Indiana Michigan Power Seeking 11.75% Rate Hike For “Innovate Indiana” Proposal

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    Indiana Michigan Power has submitted a $600 million plan to the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission it says would create a “smarter energy grid” for the Hoosier state — and it could come with a major rate increase attached to it. The “Innovate Indiana” plan aims to overhaul many of I&M’s financial functions to encourage the […]

  • Why Don’t More Doctors Help Cancer Patients Quit Smoking?

    Published on in Family Issues, Health, Science

    Most people knew James Strain as “Butch.” Dr. Cynthia Meneghini called him “Dad.” She remembers him as a handyman who could fix anything. When she moved to a new house, he painted it top to bottom, despite feeling pain in his ribs. “He thought it was because he always fixed cars and he thought he was rolling under cars […]

  • Most Hoosier Employers Don’t Have Adequate Health Benefits For Substance Misuse

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    A majority of Indiana employers – 76 percent – say substance misuse is a problem in the community. But only a few – 13 percent – think it’s an issue in their own companies. That’s from results of an Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Wellness Council survey released Monday of 500 Hoosier employers. The survey […]

  • Top Holcomb Budget Leaders Departing Administration

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    Leadership at Indiana’s budget agencies is undergoing major changes. The Holcomb administration announced Friday that Office of Management and Budget Director Micah Vincent will depart June 30. Vincent is leaving for a private sector position with the Indiana-based company The Heritage Group. Vincent has been OMB director since 2015, under then-Gov. Mike Pence. And he’s […]

  • LP Jazz

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    The theme of the May BlueNotes program is “LP Jazz,” not to be confused with the 33 1/3 RPM record. Join host Larry Beck as he shares long-playing jazz, covers that don’t often receive regular airplay because of their length. Artists include Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, and John Coltrane.   BlueNotes airs Saturday, […]

  • Monday, May 20, 2019

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    9:00 Bach:  Cello Suite No. 3 in C, BWV 1009: Prelude; Lynn Harrell (London 414 163) Rimsky-Korsakov:  The Maid of Pskov (Ivan the Terrible) Suite; Moscow SO/Golovschin (Naxos 8.553513) Balakirev:  Polka in f sharp; Margaret Fingerhut, piano (Chandos 8439) Handel/arr. Anonymous:  The Alchemist incidental music (arranged from Handel’s Rodrigo); European Union Baroque O/Goodman (Naxos 8.555712) […]

  • Seven Partygoers Shot in Muncie Saturday Morning; Investigation Continues

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    A shooting at a party just west of the Ball State campus, early Saturday morning, made national news and is still being investigated this morning.  Seven people were injured, three critically, and one of the three was airlifted to an Indianapolis hospital. One of those wounded is a Ball State student, and was treated and […]

  • Recent Report Shows Technical Certifications Lead To Job Opportunities

    Published on in Business, Economy, Education

    Two Indianapolis-based foundations teamed up to study the value of certificates and other non-degree certifications. A report published in partnership with Strada Education Network and The Lumina Foundation found that those with non-college degree certification found full-time employment more often than those without any credentials. It also showed that credentialed workers without college degrees typically […]