Bloomington


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a university town in south central Indiana

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Police also said shootings on Saturday in Springfield and Urbana - as well as a killing on Sunday in Bloomington, Ind.
Bloomington has grown steadily through the years to become the state's eighth-largest city, with a population of 66,479.
In the third quarter of 2001, Bloomington posted an unemployment rate of 3.
Chaminade tagged Bloomington (17-10) pitchers Brandi Thompson and Susan Paredes for 16 hits.
Indeed, the presence of IU and the diversity it has attracted have given Bloomington a unique feel, says Tom Hunt, president and general manager of WTTS-FM and WGCL-AM in Bloomington.
central time, at the Lake Bloomington Water Treatment Plant located at 25515 Waterside Way, Hudson, Illinois, 61748.
The purpose of the study was to track the economic performance in Bloomington and Monroe County, Indiana over a long period of time.
Summary: Grace Brethren got a scare in its 6-5 semifinal victory over Bloomington Christian.
By the end of 1988, the Commission for Bloomington Downtown had pledged full support and promised to take an active role in bringing such a facility to Bloomington.
The world's largest privately held manufacturer of medical devices with international headquarters in Bloomington, Ind.
That was all the Bloomington High softball team needed over its last four games to win the Sunkist League championship this year.
It has been a decade of change in downtown Bloomington.
Tenders are invited for The City of Bloomington Board of Public Works isissuing a Request for Quotes (RFQ) from qualifiedContractors for Asphalt Milling Services.
The Lancers survive a three-run, seventh-inning by Bloomington.
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