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Lafayette Brewing Company was slinging craft beers before it was the cool thing, and they’ve got the stats to back it up. They were Indiana’s first brewery to receive a small-brewers permit (nearly 30 years ago) and they’re currently the state’s second-oldest operating brewery.
October is a great time to plan for winterizing your home. To even think about such a thing on the beautiful 77-degree day when I’m writing this almost feels like blasphemy. But winter's icy grip always arrives sooner than we think, and it's best to be prepared.
The regular meeting of the board of directors was held on Tuesday, Aug. 24. All directors were present. Also attending were President and CEO Ron Holcomb and attorney Jeff Helmerick.
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.
The following text is from a presentation by Tipmont REMC Communication Director Rob Ford given at the 2021 Annual Meeting on September 18, 2021.
I'm going to spend a few minutes updating you on our broadband internet progress. It’s hard to believe that it’s been nearly three years since we connected our first customer near our office in Linden. I’m pleased to share that we connected our 3,000th customer earlier this summer, well ahead of our original schedule.
The 81st Annual Member Meeting of Tipmont REMC took place at the Tippecanoe County Fairgrounds on Saturday, Sept. 18. After 2020’s Annual Meeting was canceled, this gathering celebrated Tipmont’s progress in essential electric and broadband services while allowing members to reconnect, vote in Board of Directors elections and participate however they felt comfortable.
The regular meeting of the board of directors was held on Tuesday, July 27. All directors were present. Also attending were CEO Ron Holcomb and attorney Jeff Helmerick.
In July 2019, our 80th Annual Meeting celebrated our past, present and future. We had recently acquired Wintek Corporation and were commemorating the first customers' connections to our state-of-the-art fiber internet. No one envisioned it would be two years before we were able to hold another Annual Meeting.