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Delphi addresses levee plan

Darin Lehr of 210 Water Street asked Delphi More...

Camden residents ready for housing grant

Residents of Camden are ready to roll up their sleeves and get to work on their homes. More...

Local News

Emergency personnel save baby

Kubon More...

Burlington Council hears park update

The Burlington Town Council met in regular session last Wednesday and heard from the park board on completed projects. More...

Two county men arrested in connection with area burglaries

Delphi City Police and Carroll County Sheriff More...

Sports

West Lafayette spoils Carroll’s homecoming

Mental mistakes are sabotaging the Carroll Cougars. Five fumbles, all lost. No ball movement. Missed tackles. More...

Crawfordsville rolls over Delphi

The Crawfordsville Athenians football team, by all appearances, seemed to be gracious hosts Friday night to the Delphi Oracles. They won the coin toss and deferred to the Oracles. But that was the last time the home team was courteous. More...

Takes her time

Delphi senior Kaila Jones is contemplating her shot last week in a three-way game with Taylor and Northwestern. Northwestern won with 161 total points, while Delphi edged Taylor 204 to 205. More...

Society

Personals

Last week, Robert and Zula Fraley of Flora accompanied Marion and Herschel Smith of Rossville to Gettysburg, Pa., where they attended the 40th reunion of the Army More...

Births

Jeremy and Brandee Sorrells of Flora are parents of a 7-pound, 4-ounce son, Austin, born Sept. 11 at Home Hospital, Lafayette. Grandparents are Brad and Diane Johnson and Lex and Melody Sorrells, all of Flora. More...

Education

Carroll king and queen

Garret Herron and Halee Hendryx were named Carroll homecoming king and queen Friday night. Their parents are Tom and Sarina Herron and John and Sherry Hendryx. Photo by Carroll Argosy staff More...

FAITH E. ARTHUR is student teaching in fulfillment of requirements for her education major at Grace College, Winona Lake. She is teaching kindergarten at Jefferson Elementary in Warsaw. More...

Menus

Camden Mon., Sept. 26 More...

Public Records

Circuit Court

Judge Joseph Carey

New filings are from public records available in the Carroll County Clerk More...

Superior Court

Judge Jeffrey Smith Superior Court judgments are gathered from public records on file in the Carroll County Clerk More...

Marriage Licenses

Scot A. Wildrick, 40 of Lafayette and Jennifer L. Peterson, 32, of Bringhurst. Patrick D. Barringer, 20, and Joy C. Hatke, 19, both of Delphi. Eric E. Coghill, 22, and Heather N. Haygood, 23, both of Delphi. Jacob M. More...

County residents object to gravel roads

County resident to commissioners,

Lois Wallace of Washington Township presented a petition with 391 names of taxpayers who are not in favor of the current road plan to convert some county roads from hard surface to gravel to the Carroll County Commissioners, at their Monday morning m More...

Currie named Carroll Circuit Court Judge

The governor More...

Delphi schools undertake academic improvement plan

Delphi Community Middle School and Delphi Community High School are two of 36 schools in the state selected to participate in the 2005 Indiana Student Achievement Institute and Grant Program. More...

Community

Meetings

Tri Kappa The Gamma Alpha Chapter of Tri Kappa met for a regular meeting on Sept. 13 at the home of Nancy Cripe. More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

As tradition dictates, for the next two weeks, I More...

Bridge A Rama

High scorers for August were John Kleppinger and Donnabelle Sieber with 3,570 points; Donnabelle Sieber and Jane Smith, 3,450 points; and Helen Schilling and Melba Hughes, 3,360 points. More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Which side of the story?

On my kitchen counter rests a news clipping gathering a little age. The news report is one of the many survival stories told in the aftermath of the Katrina Hurricane tragedy down south. More...

$7,500 is too much for a flagpole

At the Comet More...

Turning roads back to gravel

Another viewpoint

Many people in Carroll County are very concerned about having county roads turned from hard surface back to gravel. I feel the same way. I realize that More...

Faith

Burrows Presbyterian to hold fall picnic, gospel fest

Burrows Presbyterian Church will host its first annual fall picnic and gospel fest. Lisa McClain, chairperson of the congregational life committee, said the event will serve as a community outreach and as a celebration of gospel music. More...

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

UESTION: I have a 2year-old boy who is as cute as a bug More...

DIRECTORY OF AREA CHURCHES

SS=Sunday School SW=Sunday Worship AMERICUS UNION NON-DENOMINATIONAL: More...

Obituaries

Emma M. Best

Emma M. Best, 78, of rural Rossville, died at 11:40 p.m. Sept. 13, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center, Lafayette. More...

Jay A. Davis

Jay A. Davis, 46, of Westfield, died Sept. 15, 2005, at his residence. More...

Charles E. Gerard

Charles Edward Gerard, 56, of 1208 E. Main St., Delphi, died at 12:22 p.m. on Sept. 15, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center. More...

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