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Free eye exams for service dogs at Purdue Small Animal Hospital

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University’s School of Veterinary Medicine will offer free eye exams May 12-16 for active working dogs. The exams will be available at the Small Animal Hospital to service dogs for the blind, assistance dogs for the handicapped, police dogs and specially trained search-and-rescue dogs. Dogs must be active “working dogs” […] Read the full story

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Enrollment hits all-time high for Purdue College of Technology at Lafayette

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A record number of students have enrolled in classes the past two semesters at the Purdue University College of Technology’s location at Lafayette, officials have reported. Jon Aull, location director for the College of Technology at Indianapolis and Lafayette, said enrollments reached all-time highs in both the fall 2007 and spring […] Read the full story

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Indiana in Focus: Census Bureau Pre-Primary Snapshot

WASHINGTON, DC — With its primary on May 6, Indiana’s 2007 population of about 6.3 million includes a higher percentage of the non-Hispanic white-alone population and a lower percentage of Hispanics than the nation as a whole, according to U.S. Census Bureau statistics. About 59 percent of Indiana’s voting-age citizens cast a ballot in the […] Read the full story

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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 […] Read the full story

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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 […] Read the full story

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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 […] Read the full story

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Greater Lafayette Community Calendar

 October 2020