Pivotal day in Delphi murder case as suspect heads to court
Plus, Purdue faculty press the university to help students, staff deal with fallout of Indiana’s new abortion law
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Purdue University, with a reminder that it takes tolerance and free speech very seriously, believing that responsible debate and deliberation are essential parts of the university’s educational mission. As a national leader on this topic, Purdue will host a panel discussion at 6 p.m. Dec. 5 in Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall focused on the vital role that open debate and civil discourse play in advancing a healthy campus culture of learning. Click the link below to learn more.
And the Bindery Studios, which will host a Holiday Open House, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3. The Bindery is located at 511 Ferry St. in downtown Lafayette. Opening that same day in the Bindery Gallery will be a show of paintings by Michael J. McNeil. Also, there will be a writing contest regarding the story told by the window display at the Bindery. Entries may be mailed or dropped at the Bindery between Dec. 1 and Dec. 31. There is a $1 entry fee and a $100 first prize. The window story contest is open to any area student in kindergarten through eighth grade. For more information, see the flyer below
WILL CHARGING INFO BE UNSEALED IN DELPHI MURDER CASE?
Richard Allen, a Delphi man charged with murder in the 2017 deaths of Libby German and Abby Williams, is expected in a Carroll County courtroom Tuesday morning, in what could be a pivotal moment in the investigation closing in on its sixth year.
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