Electric vehicles (EVs) have a long and complicated history. The first electric car debuted in the U.S. around 1890. It was a six-passenger vehicle with a top speed of about 14 miles per hour. By the early 20th century, many taxis in New York City were electric. But the high cost of production compared to gasoline-powered cars combined with a lack of electricity outside the cities was too much to overcome. By the mid- 1930s, electric vehicles had mostly vanished.
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My wife and I have only lived together in two different cities: Springfield, Illinois; and Lafayette, Indiana. But each is home to a local restaurant that would follow us wherever we may go if we had our druthers. Places where they know you and what you want. That jump to the top of any dining-out conversation. That feel like a room in your home.
We recently received a heartwarming note via our Facebook page:
“I’m not sure who the gentleman was at McDonald’s, but the side of his truck said Tipmont REMC. He helped me and my daughter and I'd just like to say it really made our day. My daughter started crying and said there are still people out there that care.”
Given our area’s bounty of good eats, you can get almost anything you want, any night you want … except an excellent, localized everyday pizza.
When we first announced our broadband project in February 2018, the reaction from our membership was a mixture of excitement and disappointment. Many were excited for a better internet option, but were discouraged with our eight–year timeline. So, we began looking for ways to accelerate our performance.
Look out, Wabash River. There’s a new body of water in town — or an old one. Well, sort of.
Confused yet? It’s pretty simple: Without the Teays River, there’s no Wabash River. In the Pleistocene Era, the Teays was eastern North America’s dominant waterway. But not even a mighty river can withstand the destructive power of glaciers, which laid waste to the original river and rendered it a valley. Now, it’s an aquifer that provides water with which Teays River Brewing and Public House pours a copious craft beer selection on Lafayette’s south side.
It’s a bit of amusing irony that two of Lafayette’s more appealing exotic restaurants are hidden in the average aesthetics of a Sagamore Parkway strip mall. Sharma’s Kitchen offers top-flight Indian and Indochinese cuisine on its buffet. Just a few doors down, there’s Taco Rico — which continues to maintain its low-key great status as one of the area’s best Mexican restaurants.
Wintek fiber internet provides you convenient and reliable high-speed internet, and we want you to have the best experience possible. But did you know the WiFi in your house can be affected by things other than the speed of the internet we provide? Read on to learn about the top four things you can do to get your best WiFi signal.
I’ve been asked a few times how the fiber lines we’re building today will stand up to the promises of tomorrow’s wireless internet technology. While there are a lot of technological promises on the horizon, we can’t know for certain how they are all going to play out. Here are some things we do know today about one of the leading contenders.
With its sleek-chic interior and lighting as low as the menu options are vast, Red Seven has long been a cornerstone culinary option in downtown Lafayette. Admitting the inherent fault of memory, I don’t recall Red Seven’s menu changing as drastically — in visual presentation or dining choices — as it had upon our most recent visit.