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Join Glass In The Afternoon every weekday afternoon from 3pm-6pm, on WGCL. Join Mike Glasscott for Bloomington’s local afternoon show, with news updates, weather, community guests (like Keith Klein, Jim Inman,Terry Stultz, David Novak and more) and issues, and Joe Smith Reports. If you want to get in touch with Glass, send him an email.

The final Glass in the Morning interview is Deputy Mayor Mick Renneisen. Glass in the Afternoon debuts tomorrow from 3 to 6 on the BRAND NEW 98.7 News Sports Talk FM plus AM 1370 and Don’t worry, Mick is coming with us to afternoons!

Tomorrow the show becomes Glass in the Afternoon from 3 until 6 pm. Don’t worry, our friends from Ivy Tech, and all of our other “regulars” are coming with us! Director of Development Susie Graham has this week’s update.

County Councilwoman Marty Hawk updates us on county business every Wednesday in the second hour.

Abdul Hakim Shabazz, host of Political Speaking on WGCL, popped in after a busy Labor Day weekend to get us up-to-date on the political scene.

Our final Tuesday in the mornings as we will be moving to afternoons (3 to 6 pm) starting THIS FRIDAY! Thanks to Dr. Kathleen Hugo, Director of Special Education for the MCCSC, for joining us today.

@IndianaVB Head Coach Steve Aird (@CoachAird) previews the 2019 season and NEW ARENA opening weekend.

City of Bloomington Volunteer Network Director Lucy Schaich drops knowledge on Big Show Friday.

Todd Yeagley and IU Men’s Soccer kick off the 2019 season with the IU Credit Union/adidas Classic Friday and Sunday in Bloomington. Coach previews his “new” squad and the weekend.

Ivy Tech Chancellor Jennie Vaughan and Deputy Mayor Mick Resseisen check in on Thursdays.

“Super(intendent) Tuesday” as we check in with Dr. Judy Demuth from MCCSC and Dr. Jerry Sanders from RBB.

INDOT’s Jessica Garrett joins us to update the final pieces of construction around I-69 in Monroe County and the new developments in Section VI up the road in Martinsville.

Bloomington Chief of Police Mike Diekhoff checks in from headquarters.

Deputy Mayor Mick Renneisen weighs in on the return or the Farmers Market and discusses the budget process.

Ivy Tech Chancellor Jennie Vaughan is eagerly awaiting Monday as she will open the doors to the 2019-20 school year.

Busy September for Jeff Baldwin at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Bloomington and Monroe County. County Councilwoman Marty Hawk updates us on county government every Wednesday.

City Councilman Jim Sims reviews the opening of the Farmers’ Market and Chuck Lofton from WTHR tries to make heads-or-tails of the Indiana weather this summer.

Rob Moore is the Director of Adult Education for the MCCSC. There a plenty of opportunities for folks to get their education careers back-on-track. Listen how:

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