Archive | April, 2008

Clinton to visit Downtown Lafayette Wednesday, CityBus adjusts bus services

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A campaign visit from Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton will close Riehle Plaza in downtown Lafayette, Indiana on Wednesday afternoon (4/30). To accommodate the Secret Service and the Lafayette Police Department, CityBus is adjusting bus services as follows: The CityBus customer service office at Riehle Plaza will close at 11:00AM. Customers […]

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Economic stimulus payments on the way; direct deposit payments begin today

WASHINGTON, DC — The Internal Revenue Service has begun to transfer economic stimulus payments to millions of Americans, some of whom will see payments in their bank accounts as early as today. The IRS will issue payments of up to $600 ($1,200 for married couples) plus $300 for eligible children younger than 17, throughout the […]

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Tippecanoe Arts Federation, City of Lafayette to put mural over graffiti

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Tippecanoe Arts Federation and various volunteer artists in collaboration with the City of Lafayette are working on a Mural Art Project. In December 2007 the City of Lafayette approved a proposal submitted by artist and TAF Business Manager, David Raymer, to produce a mural on city owned property which has experienced a […]

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Supreme Court upholds Indiana’s voter identification law; lawyers’ group disappointed

WASHINGTON, DC — The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law issued a statement today expressing disappointment that the Supreme Court rejected a facial, constitutional challenge to Indiana’s voter identification law in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board. However, the Lawyers’ Committee notes that the Supreme Court left the door open for future constitutional challenges […]

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Supreme Court upholds Indiana’s voter identification law; lawyers’ group disappointed

WASHINGTON, DC — The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law issued a statement today expressing disappointment that the Supreme Court rejected a facial, constitutional challenge to Indiana’s voter identification law in Crawford v. Marion County Election Board. However, the Lawyers’ Committee notes that the Supreme Court left the door open for future constitutional challenges […]

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The Vagaband to perform at Lafayette Farmers’ Market Opening Saturday

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Vagaband, a versatile musical group from the Lafayette area will be performing at the Lafayette Farmers’ Market on Opening Saturday, May 3rd from 10:00am until 12:00 noon. Musical styles include folk, old-time, blues, acoustic pop and bluegrass. The Lafayette Farmers’ Market, one of the oldest such markets in Indiana, is open […]

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