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Flora native awarded French military honor

A native of Flora was one of eight World War II veterans who recently received France’s highest military honor. More...

Local News

Korean War Vets to be honored in June

A Carroll County Veterans Committee formed to organize veterans’ recognition events will host a Korean War Veterans Recognition Day June 13 at the Delphi VFW on N. Market St., Delphi, for any Korean-era veterans. More...

Burlington initiates street repairs

Burlington Town Council approved a bid from Central Paving, Inc., Logansport, that gives the go-head for improvements to town streets. More...

Memorial Day services set in Carroll County

Special Memorial Day remembrances are scheduled this weekend in Carroll County. The Camden American Legion More...

Opinions & Letters

A good kick

Midwest Memo

One parking spot, two cars, busy street full of traffic. When I came upon the scene the cars were forming a perfect V shape. The black sport utility vehicle was angled into the spot rear end first as proper parallel parking would dictate. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Poppy Day – remembering sacrifices

For almost a century red poppies have been worn proudly by Americans shortly before Memorial Day. As this date draws near again, let us renew our knowledge about this flower’s significance and the purpose of Poppy Day. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO Gary Parrett opened his new restaurant, Center Street Grill, in Flora. He decorated with antiques and collectibles he acquired over a five-year period. More...

Obituaries

Sylvia M. Keller

Sylvia M. Henderson Keller, 89, formerly of Delphi, died Friday, May 15, 2015, at Rosewalk Village in Lafayette. Her marriage was to James R. Keller in Milan, Ind., in 1943, and he preceded her in death in 2008. More...

Christopher Winters

Christopher Aaron Winters, 26, of Indianapolis, formerly of Flora, died Sunday, May 17, 2015. Survivors include his parents, John Winters and Sandra (Ron) Pyle, and his siblings, Jonathan and Richard Winters, and Emily Fox. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

- Judge Kurtis Fouts

Recent filings Water Tower Place Apartments filed a complaint against Charlene M. Sacha. Bob’s Investigations filed a complaint against Gordon, Elias & Seely LLP. David Knop and Mellisa Knop filed a complaint against Brandi Mooneyhan. More...

Marriage Licenses

Natalie E. Koon, 42, and Melissa A. Baker, 46, both of Bringhurst. Quinton S. Pearson, 24, and Danielle N. Poore, 22, both of Delphi. Brenton L. Bowman, 22, Eldorado, OH, and Moriah F. Wolf, 19, Delphi. Matthias B. More...

Circuit Court

- Judge Benjamin Diener

Recent filings Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. filed a complaint against Daniel M. Unger. Midland Funding LLC filed a complaint against Dustin Green. Midland Funding LLC filed a complaint against Pennie Brackett. * * * More...

Villages to keep some descriptive road signs

When Carroll County established a uniform E-911 address system, road numbers were assigned to every county road outside of metropolitan areas, including those in Rockfield and Burrows. More...

Changes in Camden School usage proposed to DCSC Board

Delphi Community School Board members decided at their May 12 board meeting to eliminate three bus routes next year. More...

Election Board certifies Primary Election results

The Carroll County Election Board concluded all business for the 2015 Primary Election last Friday. In addition, they voted to forgive both the Republican and the Democrat parties for filing campaign finance reports past the deadline. More...

Community

Announcements

Lafayette Sailing Club will hold its annual FREE SAILING SCHOOL on May 20 and 27 at 7 p.m. at the Tippecanoe Library in downtown Lafayette. The subject will be beginning sailing and boating safety. On May 30 at 10 a.m. More...

Meetings

Silver Bells E.H. Silver Bells Extension Homemakers Club recently met at the home of Lorie Collins. The meeting was lead by Barb Dillon. Seven members and one guest attended. The hostess gave the lesson and devotions. More...

Pentecost

Meandering Melodies

Every year, over Pentecost, the Old German Baptist Brethren meet together, collectively, to worship the Lord and council together. Every year plans are made to travel to the state where this Pentecostal Meeting will be held. More...

Sports

Oracle win streak reaches six

Delphi won its sixth game in-a-row after a pair of Hoosier Conference sweeps over both West Lafayette and Tipton and an impressive victory on the road over Class 1A #3 North White. Vs. West Lafayette More...

Baseball Sectional draw announced

Pairings for the 49th annual IHSAA Baseball State Tournament were drawn Tuesday morning in Indianapolis. More...

Softball pairings announced

Girls Softball Sectional pairings were announced last week. The tournament will begin Monday and continue through Saturday. Admission is $6 per session or $9 for all sessions. More...

Faith

The Father knows best

Lessons from the Heart

Last summer I had the privilege to go through the Wabash and Erie Canal Interpretive Center in Delphi. It is a great place to learn what a tremendous impact the Canal had on Indiana and the Midwest. More...

Education

Adult continuing education scholarships are available

Flora Psi Iota Xi Sorority is offering scholarships to adult continuing education students. There will be two $1,000 scholarships awarded. More...

Indiana DOE launches summer literacy initiative

The Indiana Department of Education has launched its annual Hoosier Family of Readers summer literacy initiative. More...

Ivy Tech program helps new students prepare for college success

A new program at Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette will help first-time college students prepare for campus life and higher education. More...

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