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With Memorial Day ceremonies stifled, the Post 11 Honor Guard is settling for slowly getting back to presiding graveside during funeral services for Greater Lafayette's... [Read More]
Four dozen Greater Lafayette faith and community leaders produced a 'virtual rally' to counter recent recruiting efforts by the KKK. [Read More]
The Tippecanoe County Right to Life accused the Planned Parenthood center in Lafayette Tuesday of violating its license by performing surgical abortions in March. [Read More]
Journal & Courier)A year ago, Travis and Janessa Martin had two horses on their five-acre property in southern Tippecanoe County, about a mile off U.S.... [Read More]
Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb issued an order Thursday allowing youth sports to resume. [Read More]
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf, the No. 2 pick in the 1998 NFL draft, was arrested on a misdemeanor domestic battery charge in California on... [Read More]
Costco stores are closed Memorial Day but select Kohl's, Old Navy and Macy's are open with Target and Walmart. Starbucks and Dunkin' are open Monday. [Read More]
A claim that the former vice president was arrested for following women into a dorm room stretches the truth. [Read More]
News and updates on coronavirus in Indiana for May 22, 2020. [Read More]
The state allowed campgrounds to reopen Friday. Existing reservations for the Indiana Beach campground will be honored and new reservations are currently being taken. [Read More]
The Oracles returned eight starters from a 24-8 team that won a sectional championship last season. [Read More]
As Indiana and other states ramp up the need for contact tracers to track the spread of coronavirus, Purdue University Global launched a new course... [Read More]
New face covering policy starts Tuesday on West Lafayette campus, as Purdue sorts out how to reopen in August and some faculty and staff doubts... [Read More]
Rob Kochon slowly eased his way out of the white van that delivered the 68-year old to his West Lafayette home for the first time... [Read More]
Dozens of West Lafayette Elementary School teachers paraded around the city Wednesday to help students transition into summer break. [Read More]
More Indiana workers filed first-time claims for unemployment benefits last week, a sign of the coronavirus' continued impact on the labor market. [Read More]
Tippecanoe County and two neighboring counties had double-digit increases in confirmed coronavirus cases, according to new figures released Thursday... [Read More]
Health & Hospital Corp. of Marion County, the largest nursing home owner in Indiana with homes in Greater Lafayette, will commission an independent review of... [Read More]
Dozens of West Lafayette Elementary School teachers paraded through the city to celebrate the start of the summer break, Wednesday, May 20, 2020. [Read More]
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