Archive | July, 2011

State tax bills en route to thousands of Hoosiers

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -– The Indiana Department of Revenue will begin issuing more than 90,000 tax bills next week to Hoosiers throughout the state and beyond Indiana borders. These tax bills are for those who filed Indiana individual income taxes that were due April 18 indicating they owe taxes, but who have not yet paid their […]

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Purdue rolls out ‘AlcoholEdu’ course for students on July 15

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– Purdue University on Friday (July 15) will launch AlcoholEdu, an online course about the impact and responsibilities associated with drinking. “This program will enhance our existing efforts to encourage healthy choices and impact the alcohol culture and behavior,” said Melissa Exum, vice president for student affairs. “Our goal is to provide […]

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Harry Potter series teaches fans about death, loss

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Harry Potter books and films can be valuable tools to teach about death and loss, but a Purdue University professor who specializes in grief suggests parents of younger children pay close attention to the final movie in which a number of characters are expected to die. “Each child’s reaction will […]

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2011 Art on the Wabash set for September 18

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– Seven first-time participants are among the 42 artists selected by a jurist to exhibit in the sixth annual Art on the Wabash, a local artists’ fair slated for West Lafayette’s Tapawingo Park from 10:00a to 4:00p, Sunday, September 18, 2011. New to the fair this year are Monticello’s Deborah Waymire, who […]

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Purdue Memorial Union’s summer concert series runs July 6-27

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Purdue Memorial Union’s annual summer concert series begins Wednesday, July 6th and continues throughout the month, concluding on Wednesday, July 27. The free concerts are held from 6:30p to 8:00p each Wednesday on the Union’s front lawn. Food service begins at 5:30p. Tables and chairs will be set up, but […]

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CFGL announces new endowment created in memory of Liz Patout Alting

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette (CFGL) announces the establishment of the Liz Patout Alting Endowment, an advised fund whose earnings will be made available as grants to eligible charitable organizations. The endowment was created by PVT Ronnie Alting, Jr. and Ashley Alting to honor their mother, Liz Patout Alting, who died […]

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