Archive | May, 2010

West Lafayette water main break prompts boil advisory

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Indiana American Water’s West Lafayette District has issued a precautionary boil water advisory for approximately 2,500 customers after a 10-inch water main break near River Road and Robinson Street in West Lafayette on Wednesday afternoon (May 19). The affected area is generally located south of Meridian Street, east of the railroad […]

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Lafayette Online owner to present at PubCon search marketing training in Austin, TX

AUSTIN, Texas — PubCon, the premier search and social media conference and expo, has announced an expert-led training program on Wednesday, July 21, 2010 in Austin, Texas at the downtown Radisson Hotel and Suites, a day-long two-track slate of intensive educational search and social media programs and workshops. The PubCon Austin training program will present […]

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Musicians needed for Purdue Summer Band

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue’s Summer Band is open to all instrumentalists on campus and in Greater Lafayette interested in making music part of their summer activities. On July 13, the band will perform a program of light classics and Broadway tunes, including Warren Barker’s “Broadway Showstoppers Overture” and selections from “West Side Story” in […]

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Purdue University to expand First Street Towers complex

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University is moving forward on construction of a third upscale residence hall in the First Street Towers complex. The move ensures that the new tower will be available for occupancy for the fall 2012 semester. Purdue also expects to save nearly $2 million dollars by putting the $20 million project to […]

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Meth makers steal anhydrous ammonia, pose risk to farmers

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — An increase in illegal methamphetamine use in Indiana has posed a serious threat to farmers who use anhydrous ammonia, but a Purdue University expert says security practices can lower the risks. Anhydrous ammonia is used widely as a nitrogen fertilizer and as an economical way to put nitrogen into the ground. But […]

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COBRA subsidy eligibility period extended to May 31

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Workers who lose their jobs in April and May may qualify for a 65-percent subsidy on their COBRA health insurance premiums, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act established this subsidy to help workers who lost their jobs as a result of the recession maintain their employer sponsored […]

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