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The Glass Blog

Wake up with Glass In The Morning every weekday morning from 7-9 a.m., on WGCL. Join Mike Glasscott for Bloomington’s local morning show, with news updates, weather, community guests (like Keith Klein, Sue Wanzer, Chuck Crabb and more) and issues, and Joe Smith Reports. If you want to get in touch with Glass, send him an email.

County Councilwoman Marty Hawk makes her weekly Wednesday visit.

Lucy Schaich checks in from the City of Bloomington’s Volunteer Network. Read more

Indiana Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kevin Brinegar joins us to recap the special legislative session and cover what’s making news in business and politics. Read more

Principal Craig Belt of the Bloomington Graduation School and Headmaster Dr. Stephen Shipp of Seven Oaks Classical School joined the program.  Read more

Zach Osterman (@ZachOsterman), beat writer for Indiana Basketball at the Indy Star, explains the “Romeo Situation”.  Read more

Bill Kingery, the Executive Director of Miracle Ride, celebrates their 25th year June 2 and 3.  Read more

Ivy Tech Chancellor Jennie Vaughan recaps a joyous graduation celebration and gets us ready for summer. Read more

Lucy Shaich from the Bloomington Volunteer Network joins us every Wednesday morning just after 835. Read more

County Councilwoman Marty Hawk makes her weekly Wednesday visit. Read more

Paul Strain, President of the Harrodsburg Heritage Festival, gets us ready for the big weekend! Read more

South Girls Track and Field Coach Tom Stokes previews Tuesday night’s sectional at North. South Golf Coach Dustin Carver talks about his team’s runner-up finish at the Conference Indiana golf tournament. Read more

MCCSC Superintendent Dr. Judy DeMuth previews tonight’s School Board meeting. Read more

You can never have enough Minister of Culture stories! Here are a couple from Monday. Read more

Captain Steve Kellams from the Bloomington Police Department updates us on a very busy Monday morning. Read more

Joshua Peterson, the NALC Branch 828 President, joined the program to discuss tomorrow’s Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive. Read more

Ivy Tech Chancellor Jennie Vaughan previews a busy graduation Friday. Read more

County Councilwoman Marty Hawk weighs in on the May Primary. Read more

Abdul Hakim-Shabazz previews a busy primary election. You can catch his program Politically Speaking 7 am Saturday mornings on our airwaves. Read more

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