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Geographically speaking, Gaza doesn’t evoke thoughts of Korea … let alone “Korean restaurant boasting one of the best lunch values around.” But it’s worth going way out west in West Lafayette if you’re seeking a flavorful, filling meal of unexpected delights.
EnviroWatts presented a $10,000 grant check to the Craig Porter Energy Center at Ivy Tech Community College - Lafayette. The grant will help fund scholarships for students in the energy program.
This is the first opportunity I’ve had to write since our July Annual Meeting at McCutcheon High School. We had another successful meeting this year with 764 memberships attending, well beyond our requisite 2% quorum of 459. Thank you to all who attended.
The return of students to school each August signals a new beginning. For those of you are headed off to college or a trade school, you’re hopefully giving careful consideration to your future career. I encourage you to include electric cooperatives.
When a place tags “dive” directly on its name, it’s OK to wonder what kind of establishment it is exactly.
But dive bars are, generally speaking, much like today’s Times Square — safer than the reputations that may have preceded them in decades past.
On Aug. 11, 1938, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt traveled to Barnesville, Georgia, to celebrate one of the remarkable achievements of the New Deal: the three-year-old Rural Electrification Administration (REA).
The calendar said it wasn’t quite summer. But it only felt right on a scorching June night as temperatures tipped toward the 90s to indulge in a favorite seasonal tradition: A small-town supper-club dinner.
Indulge, if you will, a rumination on time’s swift flight. I recently revisited a favorite movie, “Grosse Pointe Blank,” in which Jeremy Piven’s character – releasing bottled tension upon a pal’s sudden reappearance after a decade away – leans on his horn while driving.
“Ten years, man!,” he shouts. “Ten! Where have you been for ten years?!”
Tipmont REMC lineman Jason was part of the Project Indiana crew that traveled to Guatemala in March to electrify a remote Guatemalan village. Jason is the fourth Tipmont lineman that has volunteered with project Indiana. I sat down recently with Jason and asked him about his experience.