September 28, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

TLRSD approves work for county

In a three to one vote, an amendment to the contract with the engineering firm of GRW of Indianapolis to do Phase III work in Carroll County was approved, by the Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District Board of Directors at a meeting Sept. 15. More...

Business Briefs

BRET RINEHART, principal broker of broker of R i n e h a r t Realtors & Auctioneers of Flora, has successfully negotiated a longterm land lease with Thompson Thrift, developer for Muncie Pancakes LLC, More...

Local News

Rural Camden man faces 13 counts of child molesting

A Carroll County man who has been charged with 13 counts of child molesting is currently being held in jail. More...

Correction

Statements from the Sept. 19 commissioners More...

Opinions & Letters

Taking turns

Midwest Memo

On the ledge in my shower, a plastic shampoo bottle balances precariously upside down. This arrangement puts gravity to work for me in squeezing out of the bottle every little bit of shampoo to be gotten. Fortunately for me, shampoo doesn More...

Stop fighting, start working

Yesterday More...

CARTOON

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Faith

Announcements

VALLEY VIEW BAPTIST CHURCH will have homecoming on Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m. and Oct. 2 at 9:30 a.m. The Happy Travelers from Bethel Ridge, Ky., will bring the music. More...

Burlington UMC has new pastor

Pastor Charles Rockey is the new pastor at the Burlington United Methodist Church. More...

DIRECTORY OF AREA CHURCHES

SS=Sunday School SW=Sunday Worship

AMERICUS UNION NON-DENOMINATIONAL: Vernon Stingley, pastor. SW: 10 a.m. AT THE WELL PRAYER OF FAITH CENTER, ROSSVILLE: 16 Cason St., Michael Pierson Sr., pastor. SS: 9:30 a.m., SW: 10:30 a.m. & 6 p.m., Fri. Night Live worship service 7 p.m. More...

Education

Informative, yet entertaining

Carroll County REMC recently sponsored four presentations in Delphi and Carroll schools by Kyle Finley and his Live Line Demo. Finley gears his presentations toward the age levels in attendance. More...

Two Carroll students receive High 5 awards

Two Carroll seniors will be spotlighted in October as winners of the TV-18 More...

MEGAN ROPES of Bringhurst and KAYLA KISTLER of Flora graduated from Ball State University during the 2005 summer semester. They both earned Bachelor of Science degrees. More...

Special Sections

Students serving

Juniors and seniors who have passed the GQE volunteer in the community

Carroll juniors and seniors who didn More...

Council addresses high costs for snow removal

Carroll County Council approved $14,939.19 in transfers in the highway department More...

County residents help Katrina victims

On September 1 Major Don Currie of Delphi was demobilized with his Indiana National Guard unit, and headed to Mississippi in an effort to help victims of Hurricane Katrina. More...

Carroll’s soccer team defeats Delphi

Carroll and Delphi faced off on the soccer field for the second time this season. The game, played at Flora, was won by Carroll, 7-1. More...

August animal control report

Carroll County Animal Control Officer Edward England has released the August report. More...

Community

United Fund goal set at $87,500

Carroll County United Fund held its annual organizational meeting and campaign kick-off on Aug. 29. More...

Senior & Family Services

ACTIVITIES Monday, Oct. 3 More...

Meetings

Wednesday Forum Members of Wednesday Forum met at the Stone House Restaurant for the September meeting with Hazel Mullin as hostess. More...

Sports

Oracles lose to Sheridan

Sheridan came to town with a 4-1 record and a top ten ranking, looking to earn coach Larry More...

Fumble and interception cost Cougars first victory

Afumble in the end zone and an interception at the 5-yard line were the breaks that Clinton Prairie needed to defeat the Carroll Cougars Friday night. On those two miscues the Cougars gave up 12 points. More...

Delphi Soccer Club game & meeting Oct. 4

Soccer at the next level in Delphi will be played Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. at the Riley Park Annex when the Delphi Soccer Club takes on the Lafayette Home School Club. Admission is free. More...

Society

Brennemans celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Keith (Duke) Brenneman of Delphi will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 9. More...

Michael, Hinkle pledge vows

Shannon G. Michael and Jeffery T. Hinkle were united in marriage on Sept. 3 in Brown County. A reception will follow. More...

Avery, Gochenour pledge vows

Stephanie Suzanne Avery and Michael John Gochenour were united in marriage on Aug. 20 at the Zionsville Presbyterian Church. More...

Obituaries

Charles Gerard

In Charles Gerard More...

Betty J. Hallam

Betty J. Hallam, 80, of Inverness, died on Sept. 20, 2005, at her residence. More...

Jacqueline M. Bayless

Jacqueline Marion Bayless, 73, of Delphi, died at 2:19 a.m. on Sept. 23, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center, where she had resided since February. More...

Public Records

Circuit Court

Judge Joseph Carey

In the following cases, a complaint on note and to foreclose mortgage was filed: Chase Home Financial vs. Michael S. Weaver; Washington Mutual vs. Johnny E. and Ann M. Walters; and Mortgage Electronic Registration Systems vs. Kenneth A. Adams. More...

Superior Court

Judge Jeffrey Smith

For operating a motor vehicle without ever receiving a license, the following were meted a combination of a $25 judgment, jail time with some suspensions, and one year supervised probation: Jesus Maria Medrano, 22, Idaville; Jesse Stapleton, 24, Colb More...

Restaurant Inspections

Camden Elementary Routine inspection: 9/1/05 Summary of violations: More...