Archive | June, 2009

Participants for Purdue’s mini-Camp Calcium sought

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Girls ages 10-12 are being recruited to participate in a mini-Camp Calcium at Purdue University. The camp will include three clinical campus visits, six weeks apart. For three weeks before each campus visit, participants will consume a fiber product in a yogurt-like drink. Participants will then stay on campus for two […]

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Live musicians, master gardeners at Lafayette Farmers Market, June 13

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Joe Peters will perform at the Lafayette Farmers Market Saturday, June 13 from 7:30a-9:30a. Joe, a native of West Central Indiana, plays guitar and writes contemporary folk songs with both international and domestic themes of current and historical events, social concerns and well as relationships. The Dulcimer Gathering will also be performing […]

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Expert: Obama’s new cybersecurity ‘coordinator’ position lacks clout, authority

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – A Purdue University cybersecurity expert is skeptical that the new U.S. cybersecurity coordinator will have enough clout to serve as more than a glorified cheerleader with the way the White House has created the position. Professor Eugene H. Spafford, executive director of the Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance […]

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Too close for comfort? When Mom and Dad move in

LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– When President Obama’s mother-in-law, Marian Robinson, settled in with her family in Washington D.C. earlier this year, she became part of a growing national trend – seniors living under the same roof with at least one other generation. In 2000, 2.3 million older parents were living with their adult children, according to […]

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‘eBus’ brings foreclosure prevention to Lafayette homeowners

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Fifth Third Bank Homeownership Mobile (aka the “eBus”) will be rolling into Lafayette, Indiana this Wednesday (tomorrow) and Thursday, June 3 and 4. The Homeownership Mobile is a 40-foot bus that doubles as a mobile classroom to provide credit counseling, financial literacy, homeownership assistance and foreclosure prevention directly to where people […]

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Alting recognized for 99.8 percent voting record

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — State Sen. Ron Alting (R-Lafayette) was recognized today by Senate President Pro Tempore David Long (R-Fort Wayne) for achieving an outstanding voting attendance record of 99.8 percent during the 2009 regular legislative session. “Legislators are elected to be the voice of their constituents at the Statehouse,” Long said. “This is often much […]

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