Regionally Speaking

As Temperatures Dip, Indiana Hit With Propane Crisis

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January 30, 2014

The record cold has triggered a propane shortage throughout the country. Host Steve Walsh talked to the head of the propane association about how bad it might get in Indiana, and the head of the State Department of Agriculture on what the state is doing to lessen the impact.

The Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is still struggling with what cause the hole to open up at Mount Baldy last summer, causing a near tragedy.

We’ll take a look at how Indiana might be helped by the new farm bill.

We’ll also get the latest on the education bills moving through the General Assembly with the website Chalk Beat.

Guests include:

Scot Imus, executive director of the Indiana Propane Gas Association

Ted McKinney, the Director of the State Department of Agriculture

Bruce Rowe, Public Information Officer, Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore

Scott Elliott, the founding bureau chief of Chalkbeat Indiana



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