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On August 17, 1859 Lafayette, Indiana became the location of the first airmail delivery in the US. John Wise piloted a balloon starting on the lawn of the courthouse, hoping to have it reach New York. Due to bad weather the balloon fell near Crawfordsville, Indiana. Lafayette has been home to notable people such as actress Embeth Davidtz (Matilda, Secret Diary of Bridget Jones), singer Shannon Hoon (Blind Melon), director/producer Sydney Pollack (Leatherheads, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Sabrina) and Guns N' Roses musicians Axl Rose and Izzy Stradlin.

Population: 56397
Local Newspapers: Journal and Courier Indianapolis Star
Local Sports Teams: Indianapolis Colts (NFL) Indiana Fever (WNBA) Indiana Firebirds (AFL) Indiana Pacers (NBA)
Local Colleges: Harrison College

Zip Codes associated with lafayette, indiana: 47901 47904 47905 47906 47907 47909
Towns/Cities near lafayette, indiana : West Lafayette Battle Ground Dayton Frankfort Shadeland Crawfordsville

Lafayette News
Bangert: A little help for 'Sgt. Pepper' tribute

How the 50th anniversary of the Beatles classic inspired a Lafayette party band to pull more than 20 musicians for a live, cover-to-cover rendition How the 50th anniversary of the Beatles classic inspired a Lafayette party band to pull together more than 20 musicians for a live, cover-to-cover rendition Jerome Hemersbach, left, and Hans Rees of Frank Muffin rehearse for the Lafayette band's "Sgt. Pepper's Tribute."

VIDEO: Hospice volunteers bake cookies

Anne writes for Rochester Magazine and the Post Bulletin. She hails from Lafayette, Indiana and enjoys reading, tea-drinking, and her cat, Newt Scameownder.

Lafayette man arrested after child exploitation investigation

Lafayette police say they served a search warrant in the 100 block of Lori Lee Drive after an investigation into the possible exploitation of a child.

Lafayette man suspected of child exploitation

A tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children led Lafayette police to Glenn Joseph Paugh, who is accused of child exploitation. LAFAYETTE, Ind.

I'm Author Roxane Gay, and This Is How I Work

Roxane Gay has published five books in the last seven years, all acclaimed, all incisively addressing social issues that define our society, like feminism, race, body image, racial and sexual violence, and the immigrant experience. Three-her essay collection Bad Feminist , her short story collection Difficult Women , and her memoir Hunger -were national bestsellers.

Council creates district to help small businesses

The Fort Wayne City Council voted Tuesday to establish the Summit City Entrepreneur and Enterprise District to encourage small business growth in the city.

Medical community should take larger role in needle exchange, some say

Some neighbors living near the needle exchange program in Lafayette say it's time for the medical community to step up. , the North Sixth Street location has neighbors feeling anxious about the crowd it's attracting and the possibility of finding dirty needles in the area.

I-65 closed while police investigate fatal crash

All lanes of I-65 were closed Tuesday afternoon while police investigated a fatal crash at the Indiana 26 exit in Lafayette. A five-vehicle crash on I-65 at Indiana 26 has traffic at a standstill.

Hotel guests jailed on preliminary drug charges

LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Kip Fairfield and Lynn N. Mayfield went from being guests at the Motel 6 early Tuesday to guests of the taxpayers at the jail, which, like the motel's advertisements, left the light on for them.

Jailed men have ties to acquitted murder suspect

Justice Rose and Antonio Young both were mentioned as associates of acquitted murder suspect Darius Printup's during Printup's trial in July, and both men were jailed early Saturday on drug-related charges. A community corrections officer checking up on 21-year-old Rose, an in-home detention inmate, found what appeared to be a party going on inside Apartment C at 3232 S. Ninth St. As a person on community correction, Rose does not have any Fourth Amendment protections from unreasonable search or seizures, so when the community correction officer smelled pot, he called police, according to Lafayette police.

Max Showalter, longtime J&C, WASK newsman, dies

LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Max Showalter, whose career in news spanned four decades in Lafayette, left the J&C five years ago.

Bangert: Neighbors: Get needle exchange away

That huge sigh heard across the County Office Building's Tippecanoe Room, the moment commissioner David Byers indicated he thought Tippecanoe County's year-old needle exchange was heading in the right direction and deserved another year to prove itself? That belonged to Khala Hochstedler, Tippecanoe County Health Department nursing supervisor, who admitted to the big exhale and to a weekend of lost sleep heading into a Monday morning meeting that would determine the syringe service's fate. "All weekend I was thinking that I have 111 people to answer to on this," Hochstedler said, referring to the number of people the health department reports use the needle exchange on Friday afternoons since it opened in mid-August.

Downtown Lafayette to dedicate new mural Wednesday

The mural was just completed by a group of students from the area that participate in the Tippecanoe Arts Federation's Mural Apprentice class. It's about 85 feet in length and features three scenes of nature.

A guide to winter weather rules in Lafayette area

Bill Schroeder wanted his Journal & Courier the Friday of the bilzzar while huge snowdrifts still blocked carrier deliveries, so he and his neighbor James Kyger, on tire, saddled up his huge tractor and cut their way dowtown to buy one. Afoot to buy a paper was Dr. Kelly Carr, West Lafayette.

Tracking an active start to the work week

We are tracking an active weather pattern this work week, especially within the next 24 hours. Temperatures this Monday morning are into the mid to upper 40s and we are tracking a very slight chance for isolated showers during the morning commute.

Lafayette to work out Sagamore Parkway lighting kinks

The city of Lafayette is still working out the kinks, but soon more colorful lighting is expected to light up as drivers drive down Sagamore Parkway. "Overall, I think the response has been very positive," said Mayor Tony Roswarski.

A Life Remembered: Don Kummings helped establish Parkside's Foreign Film Series

Editor's note: Each Monday, the Kenosha News takes a look at the life of a Kenosha County resident who recently died. We share with you, through the memories of family and friends, a life remembered.

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