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Indiana American Water files rate request

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -– Indiana American Water today filed an application with the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission (IURC) requesting a $9.43 per month increase in rates for a typical residential customer. Indiana American Water’s ongoing infrastructure investments, rising expenses related to water treatment and delivery systems, and increased operating costs are the main drivers behind […] Read the full story

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Ivy Tech Commencement set for May 10

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Commencement exercises for Ivy Tech Community College in Lafayette will be held on Sunday, May 10, 2009 at 2:00 pm in Elliott Hall of Music on Purdue University’s campus. Guests of graduates may arrive one hour prior to the ceremony. From the Lafayette region, Ivy Tech will graduate 724 students who have […] Read the full story

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Purdue preschools host artist-in-residence

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Local artist Sunny Miller will be in residence through the end of April with Purdue University’s Child Development Lab School and during May with the Ben & Maxine Miller Child Learning Center. The theme of “families are special – see how special?” will be explored using the creative arts during the […] Read the full story

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Lafayette Symphony awards 15 McPherson String Scholarships for 2009

LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Fifteen Lafayette-area string musicians, including four who are home-schooled, are winners of this year’s McPherson String Scholarships to advance their musical training, the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday (April 28). The 2009 McPherson Scholarship recipients are Daniel Choi, Agustina de la Fuente, Joseph Frank, Mark Timmerman, Amy He and Bryce Wang of […] Read the full story

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Consumers can eat pork with no concern for swine flu

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Shoppers should not shy away from pork products over concerns regarding reports of swine flu across the country, said Purdue University experts. Purdue Extension nutrition specialist Melissa Maulding said the flu virus is not a food-borne pathogen, and there is no risk to the food supply. “The flu is a virus […] Read the full story

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Governor signs measure providing E85 fueling station grants

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Gov. Mitch Daniels’ signed a bill that could increase the use of E85 – a blend of 15 percent petroleum-based gasoline and 85 percent ethanol – on campuses and school grounds throughout the state. House Enrolled Act 1193 was passed in overwhelming fashion by both the Senate and House of Representatives. “Grants […] Read the full story

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