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IU Credit Union Celebrates 65 Years of Service

David Sipes believes “We started a credit union and created a community” is more than just a tag line—it’s how IU Credit Union, a nonprofit financial cooperative, has grown in the past 65 years.

Hair Today! What’s Doing?

After a year of neglected haircuts and colors, Bloomingtonians have been returning to their local salons ready to change things up.

Work-From-Home Tips From Work-From-Home Veterans

The pandemic has ushered the home office to the forefront of work life. Gallup, Inc., indicated last October that 33% of the U.S. workforce worked from home full time and another 25% did so some of the time. Three veteran Bloomington work-from-homers offer their tips for novices to the practice.

Dave Askins: Journalist

Dave Askins became a journalist by accident. But his online news site, The B Square Bulletin (bsquarebulletin. com), has become an essential resource for Bloomingtonians who follow city government.

Bloomington Prepares for Afghan Evacuee Resettlement

For nine days in early September, Elizabeth Cullen Dunn distributed toothpaste, towels, diapers, and shampoo to Afghan refugees evacuated from Kabul to Camp Atterbury, the National Guard training post north of Columbus, Indiana.

Wedding Guide

15th Annual Wedding Guide: A Hauntingly Beautiful Wedding

Mike Jacob admits that he’s not a particularly romantic guy. So it’s no surprise that his marriage proposal to Natascha Buehnerkemper was unconventional. “Getting on a knee—that’s not me,” he says. Yet their wedding was hauntingly beautiful and quixotic.

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Zietlow To Be Honored At Rotary Toast

Community activist Charlotte Zietlow has been a vital part of Bloomington since moving here in 1964 with her late husband, Paul. In recognition of her years of service, the three Bloomington Rotary clubs have selected Zietlow as their honoree at the seventh annual Bloomington Rotary Toast.

Le Petit Café: Like Having Friends Over for Dinner

With $5,000 they borrowed from a friend, Patrick and Marina Fiore started Le Petit Café on West Sixth Street in 1977. The ingredients: second- hand equipment, new china, and 11 wooden tables built by hand.

New Community Resource Parkinson’s Wellness Center

When rehabilitation therapists Jennifer Freeman and Carolyn Utesch attended a 2019 conference sponsored by the Parkinson’s Foundation, they couldn’t have predicted how it might change their lives—and the lives of the estimated 350 Monroe County residents living with Parkinson’s disease.

Work-From-Home Tips From Work-From-Home Veterans

The pandemic has ushered the home office to the forefront of work life. Gallup, Inc., indicated last October that 33% of the U.S. workforce worked from home full time and another 25% did so some of the time. Three veteran Bloomington work-from-homers offer their tips for novices to the practice.

Dave Askins: Journalist

Dave Askins became a journalist by accident. But his online news site, The B Square Bulletin (bsquarebulletin. com), has become an essential resource for Bloomingtonians who follow city government.

Bloomington Prepares for Afghan Evacuee Resettlement

For nine days in early September, Elizabeth Cullen Dunn distributed toothpaste, towels, diapers, and shampoo to Afghan refugees evacuated from Kabul to Camp Atterbury, the National Guard training post north of Columbus, Indiana.

Wedding Guide

15th Annual Wedding Guide: A Hauntingly Beautiful Wedding

Mike Jacob admits that he’s not a particularly romantic guy. So it’s no surprise that his marriage proposal to Natascha Buehnerkemper was unconventional. “Getting on a knee—that’s not me,” he says. Yet their wedding was hauntingly beautiful and quixotic.

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