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PNS Daily Newscast - Monday, Aug 21st, 2017 


Here are some of the stories we're covering today: big protest planned against President Trump today,a huge gathering in Maine on Sunday mourning the loss of three people killed during a white nationalist rally and it's eclipse day but a moon of a different sort caught the country's attention about twenty five years ago.

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Public News Service - IN: Community Issues and Volunteering

If you know someone who strives to make life better for Indiana young people, nominate him or her for a youth worker award by Aug. 14. (B. Gelwick)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Many people work tirelessly to make life better for youth in Indiana, and one of those individuals will be honored with the 2017 D. Susan Wisely Youth Worker of the Year Award. Laura Ingram, program director for the Pride Prism Youth Community in Bloomington, is a therapi

The Veterans Administration recently backed off of a plan to cut down ancient trees in Indiana to make way for a memorial. (Virginia Carter)

NASHVILLE, Ind. – An effort is under way to designate an old-growth forest in every county in the United States that has forestland. The Old-Growth Forest Network is spearheading the effort, and the group’s executive director, Joan Maloof, will speak on the topic in Indiana next month.

Hoosiers are speaking up about confined feeding operation rules. (hecweb.org)

INDIANAPOLIS – A bill that environmentalists say would weaken Indiana's laws regulating Confined Animal Feeding Operations, or CAFOs, is being discussed in committee again this week. The House Environmental Affairs Committee has taken testimony on HB 1494 by Rep. David Wolkins (R-Winona Lake

Simiyu House in Kenya was built by volunteers through Indiana University at Bloomington. (Eric Smith)

KOUTS, Ind. – A student teaching project through Indiana University has turned into a quest to keep children in school in Africa. Eric Smith is a Portage High School graduate, attended IU Bloomington and now is a middle school English teacher in Kouts, but spends most of his free time workin

Singer and songwriter Jimmy Wayne, on stage in Indianapolis, spreads the message about the thousands of children in foster care, and what others can do to help them. (Jimmy Wayne)

INDIANAPOLIS – Country singer Jimmy Wayne has a message he's sharing across the country – thousands of children need help, and he was one of them. Wayne was a keynote speaker at the Because Kids Count conference in Indianapolis on Wednesday, and wants to recruit more foster parents.

Women learn to build homes for the needy through the Women Build program in Indiana. (Virginia Carter)

INDIANAPOLIS – A group of women from Indiana is returning home from a week in Canada on Prince Edward Island where they built homes from the ground up. It's part of Habitat for Humanity's Global Village project. Lisa Marie Nickerson, associate director of the Women Build program, says volu

A seminar to encourage women to take on leadership roles in nonprofit organizations comes to Bloomington in October. (inrn.org)

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — More and more workers are being drawn to the nonprofit sector, and their advocates say a support system is needed, because it often isn't a "9 to 5" job. A full-day symposium for women interested in nonprofit leadership is coming up on October 28 in Bloomington. Jillian H

Animal shelters across the nation are participating in an adoption drive this weekend called Clear the Shelters. (Herb Carter)

MUNCIE, Ind. – Facebook is taking the Pokemon Go craze all the way to the bank, or in this case all the way to the animal shelter. Facebook has hired a production company to shoot a video to encourage Pokemon Go players to walk an adoptable dog, and the production company focused on the Munc

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