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"Inside Indiana Business"

  • Today: Two members of Valparaiso citizens' groups opposing the Valparaiso Community Schools' ballot question asking for extending the 2015 operating referendum are on "Regionally Speaking" to explain who they represent and their reasons for wanting voters to "vote No... for now." Side Effects Public Media reporter Natalie Krebs has a story about the growth of the home health care aide industry. Carthage College political economist Arthur Cyr wrote an "op-ed" piece about Russia's continuing infrstructure and military buildup in the Arctic Ocean. He comes back to "Regionally Speaking" to talk about it and why the world should be as concerned about it, as well as to the conflict in Ukraine.
  • Today: Two members of Valparaiso citizens' groups opposing the Valparaiso Community Schools' ballot question asking for extending the 2015 operating referendum are on "Regionally Speaking" to explain who they represent and their reasons for wanting voters to "vote No... for now." Side Effects Public Media reporter Natalie Krebs has a story about the growth of the home health care aide industry. Carthage College political economist Arthur Cyr wrote an "op-ed" piece about Russia's continuing infrstructure and military buildup in the Arctic Ocean. He comes back to "Regionally Speaking" to talk about it and why the world should be as concerned about it, as well as to the conflict in Ukraine.
  • Today: Representatives of "Gary Advocates for Responsible Development," or GARD, Carolyn McCready, Lori Latham and Lin Kaatz Chary are on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about the proposed Fulcrum BioEnergy trash-to-fuel conversion plant at Buffington Harbor. They are concerned about the project's environmental impact to an already-impacted community. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and we have a conversation about raising awareness on the importance of preventing child abuse and neglect.
  • Today: Representatives of "Gary Advocates for Responsible Development," or GARD, Carolyn McCready, Lori Latham and Lin Kaatz Chary are on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about the proposed Fulcrum BioEnergy trash-to-fuel conversion plant at Buffington Harbor. They are concerned about the project's environmental impact to an already-impacted community. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, and we have a conversation about raising awareness on the importance of preventing child abuse and neglect.
  • Today: Valparaiso Community Schools superintendent Jim McCall is on "Regionally Speaking" to speak about the question which is on the May 3rd primary election ballot, where residents in Center Twp. will be asked to extend the school district's 2015 operating referendum for another eight years. We have another conversation from the "Welcome Project" at Valparaiso University, and today's "INside Indiana Business" report. And Kacie Ensign with Opportunity Enterprises in Porter County has an update on the organization's new Respite House, for which ground will be broken next month.
  • Today: Valparaiso Community Schools superintendent Jim McCall is on "Regionally Speaking" to speak about the question which is on the May 3rd primary election ballot, where residents in Center Twp. will be asked to extend the school district's 2015 operating referendum for another eight years. We have another conversation from the "Welcome Project" at Valparaiso University, and today's "INside Indiana Business" report. And Kacie Ensign with Opportunity Enterprises in Porter County has an update on the organization's new Respite House, for which ground will be broken next month.
  • Today: Three of the candidates running for U.S. Representative in Indiana's First District in the May 3rd primary elections are on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about their candidacies and the issues which they see as important to northwest Indiana residents. Incumbent Congressman Frank Mrvan, Jr. and two Republican Party primary challengers, Jennifer-Ruth Green and Blair Milo, spoke with us recently and we bring back those conversations.
  • Today: Three of the candidates running for U.S. Representative in Indiana's First District in the May 3rd primary elections are on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about their candidacies and the issues which they see as important to northwest Indiana residents. Incumbent Congressman Frank Mrvan, Jr. and two Republican Party primary challengers, Jennifer-Ruth Green and Blair Milo, spoke with us recently and we bring back those conversations.
  • Today: Valparaiso University professors Tiffany Bell and Anton Lewis are both on "Regionally Speaking" with new conversations: Bell talks about what it means to be "self-aware" or to become one's "authentic self" when it comes to interpersonal conversations. She has several examples in her comments. And professor Lewis offers an overview of automation in the workplace and how it is linked to intersectionality in the workplace.
  • Today: Valparaiso University professors Tiffany Bell and Anton Lewis are both on "Regionally Speaking" with new conversations: Bell talks about what it means to be "self-aware" or to become one's "authentic self" when it comes to interpersonal conversations. She has several examples in her comments. And professor Lewis offers an overview of automation in the workplace and how it is linked to intersectionality in the workplace.