Frankfort woman charged with dealing meth for 2nd time in a year
FRANKFORT, Ind. – A Frankfort woman again faces charges related to dealing methamphetamine nearly a year after police arrested her for the same thing. On May 25, the Frankfort Police Department Narcotics Unit and Patrol Division arrested 46-year-old Tonya Covey in connection with a drug investigation. Covey was out on bond from a May 2022 […]
Muinzer Grows Stake in 1,134-Bed Asset Near Purdue
Village West last traded in 2020, for $48.4 million. Muinzer has grown its ownership stake in Village West, a 1,134-bed student housing community in West Lafayette, Ind., adjacent to Purdue University. The firm reacquired the asset in a new partnership with T2 Capital Management. Muinzer had initially bought the property...
Packed streets for downtown Lafayette's 49th 'Round the Fountain Art Fair
The art fair also provides tours of art work inside the Tippecanoe County Courthouse. Volunteers say they're already planning for next year's 50th celebration.
Purdue volleyball's Chicoine, Hudson win gold at U21 Pan American Cup
Chloe Chicoine and Eva Hudson received gold medals at the NORCECA U21 Pan American Cup as the United States swept Mexico in the championship match Sunday night in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. Incoming freshman Chicoine was named Most Valuable Player and First Best Outside Hitter for the second straight year after...
96 Days to Purdue Football: Khordae Sydnor
Sydnor arrived in West Lafayette prior to the 2021 season. The former three-star recruit chose Purdue over offers from Arizona State, Boston College, Maryland, Penn State, and basically every Ivy League school. He was committed to the Boilers for a solid eight months before signing day. Seeing backup/special teams action...
The Boy Who Wanted To Be Paddled
In 1979 I was teaching at Darlington Middle School. My degree was in social studies, health and PE; however, Eual Mcauley, the North superintendent, asked me if I would teach shop class that year, as he could not find a certified industrial arts teacher. I was happy to help out, so I taught junior high shop and a couple of social studies classes.
Prairie Creek Hosts Memorial Day Services
Following last year’s Memorial Day Services, city officials announced they were taking over the event. Judging from Monday’s ceremony, it appears as though things went well. “I think it turned very well,” said Frankfort Mayor Judy Sheets. “This is the first time the city has done this on...
LSC to participate in Purdue's federal funded project to design microelectronic curriculum
LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The Lafayette School Corp. approved a partnership with Purdue University’s INSPIRE research institute in hopes of creating a new microelectronic curriculum geared toward students in K-12. The university received a $6 million contract from the U.S. Department of Defense, to create a three-year pilot project, Scalable Asymmetric Lifecycle Engagement in K-12 — SCALE K-12. The project would help teachers design curricular modules and activities focused on integrating microelectronic-related lessons into the classroom.
Purdue Football Weekly Recruiting Recap: May 22-28
New 2024 offers Name Position Height Weight Hometown Ivan Carreon WR 6-6 195 Odessa, Texas Teddy Foster S 6-2 175 Sarasota, Fla. Wade Helton OT 6-5 285 Corona, Calif. Max Parrott IOL 6-4 273 Cherry Creek, Colo. New 2025 offers Name Position Height Weight Hometown Keylan Abrams EDGE 6-0 195 DeSoto, Texas Sawyer Anderson QB […] The post Purdue Football Weekly Recruiting Recap: May 22-28 appeared first on On3.
Saturday Roundtable - Final Predictions on Zach Edey
If it’s Saturday, it must be the roundtable. Where I ask the staff a question and share their thoughts with you. As this article will be posted on Saturday the 27th of May we will be just 4 days away from the deadline to withdrawal from the NBA draft and return to school with eligibility intact. This obviously will mean a lot for Purdue. Given everything we’ve seen about Zach Edey’s performance at the NBA Combine do you think it’s more or less likely that he comes back and why? Plus, what’s your final guess as to if he returns.
Purdue relay team earns NCAA championship spot
The Purdue track & field team’s 4x400 relay team qualified for the national championships to conclude the 2023 NCAA East Preliminary Round in Jacksonville, Florida, on Saturday. The Boilermaker women’s relay team was 11th to advance to the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships, which will be June 7...
Three Purdue students intern for Juncos Hollinger Racing
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WLFI) -- From "All-American" Marching Band Members to IndyCar Engineers, Purdue has played a huge role in the Indy 500. Purdue has three interns, Peter Agostino, Max Ohl and Zach Nelson, on the Juncos Hollinger Racing team. Peter and Max are both from Indianapolis and grew up around...
Local resident strives to educate others on Indy 500
Waynetown resident Randy Miles appreciates all the history and glamor of the Indianapolis 500. Not only is he a fan of the race, he also does all he can to introduce others to the history and glamor of the world’s greatest spectacle in racing. “I just love the history...
97 Days to Purdue Football: Jamarrion Harkless
Lexington, KY - Fredrick Douglas High School. Signing Harkless, one of the top pure nose guards in the nation, was a coup for Coach Walters and company. Harkless, originally an Illinois commit, decommitted after Coach Walters and company departed Champaign for West Lafayette. After Illinois, Harkless committed to Auburn, but they hired Hugh Freeze (gross) and Jamarrion decided to circle back to Coach Walters on signing day and sign up with the Boilermakers over offers from LSU, Ole Miss, Louisville, Michigan, Georgia and a host of others. Pretty much any team looking for a nose guard tossed an offer out to Harkless. In my opinion, he’s the jewel of the 2023 class. He certainly had the most high level offers.
The Internet Claims This is Indiana’s ‘Coolest’ City
One website found the coolest city in each state recently. When it comes to Indiana it might come as a shocker. The term "cool" is so subjective. What might be cool to you might not be to me, and vice versa. I like to think that I have my cool moments, but if you were to ask my kids, they would most likely strongly disagree...I'm not sure why. In any case, the website, The Discoverer, recently listed the coolest city in each state.
Funeral director pleads guilty to theft after Indiana police discover 48 people's remains
A funeral director in Jeffersonville, Indiana pleaded guilty to charges of theft after it was discovered he had failed to properly dispose of bodies.
Frankfort’s Aidan Hudspith Heading To State Competition
Two Frankfort track athletes competed at the Lafayette Jeff Regional. Aidan Hudspith hit the state standard of 14’4″ in the Pole Vault to finish 3rd and qualify him for the state competition. This was Aidan’s second time qualifying for regional and his first time punching his ticket to the state meet.
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