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July 31st, 2005 (Sunday)
- Sein Win, exiled prime minister of Burma, speaks at the Leo R. Dowling International Center to a crowd of 50.
- John Slattery, Dean of Graduate Studies at IU, announces his resignation to take a position at University of Washington in Seattle.
July 30th, 2005 (Saturday)
- Star of Indiana Blast show begins in Tokyo, Japan.
July 29th, 2005 (Friday)
July 28th, 2005 (Thursday)
- Daniel C. Smith is named the new dean of the IU Kelley School of Business.
- The Gosport Bridge in Spencer planned for $485,000 renovation project in the Fall of 2005.
July 27th, 2005 (Wednesday)
- Key Bank on College Mall Road is robbed for the second time in July.
- Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels appoints Thomas E. Reilly Jr. of Carmel, Dr. William R. Cast, of Fort Wayne and Casey Cox from Spencerville to the Indiana University Board of Trustees
July 26th, 2005 (Tuesday)
- Bedford man drowns in Lake Monroe Tuesday afternoon while tubing with friends. Divers spent hours searching for the man.
- Pushed by a cold front, a major thunderstorm sweeps through Indiana and returns the temperatures back to the 70s and 80s.
July 25th, 2005 (Monday)
- The heat index in Bloomington reached 43° Celsius (110° F) today, with a high temperature of 35° C (96° F).
- 80th State Junior Golf Championship held at Indiana University Golf course.
July 24th, 2005 (Sunday)
- Bloomingpedia made live to the world at 11:26PM EST.
- Over 400 people attend first annual Drop Session Car Show at Karst Farm Park
- Open House at The Kirkwood upscale apartment complex. from 12-4 pm.
July 23rd, 2005 (Saturday)
- Monroe County Fair starts and runs until July 30th.
July 22nd, 2005 (Friday)
- Remains of house fire at 719 North Indiana Avenue were demolished 14 months after the electrical fire which took two people's lives happened.
July 9th, 2005 (Saturday)
- The Islamic Center of Bloomington is attacked in an appearent hate crime, this attack was investigated by the FBI and made national news.