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9 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
"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.
What Do You Know About Conspiracy Theories?
Is increasing income inequality a bad thing for America?
11 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
Starting in January, Mississippi peanut farmers will have a dedicated professional to turn to for information.
22 hrs ago | Journal and Courier
St. James Lutheran Church, 800 Cincinnati St., will host the annual "Cookie Walk" from 9 a.m. to noon today.
Yesterday | Journal and Courier
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.
The Tippecanoe County Magistrate Sean Persin announced his candidacy for Superior Court 5 Thursday night in front of more than 60 people at Adelino's in Lafayette.
An Indianapolis man who was a principal for a Frankfort middle school has been charged in a multistate child sexually abusive material case, the Marion County prosecutor's office said today.
Do you think Lafayette needs stricter laws dealing with aggressive dogs or for specific breeds? * Dog owners who have certain breeds that are dangerous need to have insurance.
Two men robbed the Domino's Pizza store on the northwest side of West Lafayette around 12:30 a.m. Friday.
On behalf of the entire Tippecanoe School Corp., I would like to thank the Lafayette community for its tireless work and overwhelming support for our teachers, students and families in the wake of the Nov. 17 tornado.
We're halfway there! The well-advertised "pause in the precipitation" occurs early to mid morning today, followed by another batch of accumulating snow.
Dec. 7th the courthouse dome will turn into a lighted "Christmas tree" as part of the Dickens of a Christmas.
If you didn't mark your calendar with our events roundup last week, here's a reminder of what's going on this weekend.
High schoolers and parents who are seeking answers to those difficult financial aid questions are encouraged to attend a presentation on the topic.