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Indiana sends tax bills to thousands of hoosier taxpayers

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 […] Read the full story

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PVT Ronnie Alting, Jr., Sen. Ron Alting and Ashley Alting

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 […] Read the full story

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Dayton man dies in West Lafayette motorcycle crash

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A motorcyclist lost control of his bike shortly after 10:00p last night (Monday, July 11) near the intersection of US 52 and Morehouse Road in West Lafayette. The driver, 54 year old Jeffery C. Wooten of Dayton, was declared dead at the scene. According to the Sheriff’s deputy’s report, the Tippecanoe […] Read the full story

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Lafayette man in custody after early morning hit-and-run near Triple XXX

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — A Lafayette man has been arrested for a hit and run that happened in the early hours of the morning on Saturday, July 9th in West Lafayette. Shortly before 3:30am on the 9th, the West Lafayette Police Department responded to a report of a pedestrian that had been struck by a […] Read the full story

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Indiana DOE releases parent application for new voucher program

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — The Indiana Department of Education (DOE) has released a parent application form that allows lower income families to apply for vouchers to schools that best fit their children’s needs. Participating schools are prepared to work with families on the applications, and more information about the program and eligibility requirements is available at […] Read the full story

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Jeff Clark injects insecticide into ash tree to protect it from the emerald ash borer

Emerald Ash Borer confirmed in Lafayette

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The destructive emerald ash borer has been confirmed in Lafayette by a Purdue entomologist, the city forester and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources. The invasive insect that destroys ash trees was first found in Tippecanoe County near Americus last year, but city forester Belinda Kiger said this latest confirmed find […] Read the full story

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Greater Lafayette Community Calendar

 June 2019