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40 min ago | WLFI-TV West Lafayette
In September, officials from IU Health Arnett and Franciscan Saint Elizabeth Health said MDWise would be the only provider with plans on the Affordable Care Act marketplace accepted at the hospitals.
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4 hrs ago | The Stranger
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9 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
Two Lafayette firefighters have taken on leadership roles. Ryan Altman was sworn in as a lieutenant, and Jason Clark was sworn in as training captain today at city hall.
A year ago this week, as Purdue University was winding out the fill-in presidency of Tim Sands and counting down the days until Mitch Daniels arrived on campus, Sands' return to the provost office came with plenty of the following.
The Lafayette parks department spent this year developing a five-year master plan.
State police say a woman was killed when her SUV spun out Sunday evening on a snow-slick Interstate 65 near Roselawn in northwestern Indiana and was struck by a car and a semi.
The following school districts in Greater Lafayette reported two-hour delays on Monday due to hazardous road conditions.
"Right now they seem to be just fine," Eva Anderson said Sunday night. "I did skid just a little bit when I braked at the light, but they seemed to be okay."
"This whole community looks tired." It's not exactly the kind of thing a roomful of community cheerleaders, waking up to Purdue Memorial Union pastries and paper cup coffee, wants to hear on a cold campus morning.
Starting in January, Mississippi peanut farmers will have a dedicated professional to turn to for information.
St. James Lutheran Church, 800 Cincinnati St., will host the annual "Cookie Walk" from 9 a.m. to noon today.
It was powerful, even uplifting for Rabbi Audrey Pollack to join about 1,000 women at the Kotel, or Western Wall, in Israel on Nov. 4, the morning of Rosh Chodesh, the first day of the Hebrew month.
Where Caroline Janney grew up in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley, traces of the Civil War were all around her.