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Articles in Category: Indiana Connection
Nearly 90 years after opening as Tom's Parkside Deli, the restaurant space near Lafayette's Columbian Park has been remodeled and resurrected as the Parkside.
Tipmont is excited to meet and greet our members at county fairs this month.
Tipmont REMC Member Meetings
Summer's here, and Tipmont REMC is serving up Kilowatts & Brats for our members!
What a difference a year makes. My column in May of last year was filled with uncertainty, but also hope. Just like so many other organizations — hospitals, schools, churches, government, businesses — Tipmont was rethinking how to operate in a fundamentally altered environment.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is asking for first-hand accounts on broadband availability and service quality as part of its broadband Data Collection program. The initiative is an effort to update federal broadband coverage maps that overstate the number of internet providers in partially served areas, which applies to much of Tipmont’s electric footprint
A unique brewery achieves liftoff
There is an inherent tinge of excitement to the term “escape velocity.” That’s partially because “Escape Velocity” sounds like it could be the name of a thrilling blockbuster action film. But even in its most straightforwardly scientific definition, there’s still a sense of adventure — the speed that an object must travel to break free of a planet or moon’s gravitational pull.
Is there a more subjective cuisine than pizza? First off, there are umpteen different ways to crust (or not crust, depending on dietary restrictions and preferences). Then, there is the multitude of toppings, sauces and crust stuffers. Fold? No fold? Crust first? Crust last? You could practically perpetuate the personalization forever.
Power outages are never convenient. Sometimes, it’s no mystery why we are left in the dark, like when lightning and thunder rattle windows and walls. Other times, an outage may come out of the blue.
It’s only been a few years since East End Grill opened at its titular edge of Lafayette’s Main Street. But it has more than earned its claim as a staple of downtown dining. With an opening just before Christmas 2020, owner Scott Trzaskus has broadened out into a new space across the street — Ripple and Company, which complements East End’s sit-down splendor with a fast-casual feel perfect to grab and go or for quick bites onsite.