October 12, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

DCHS named a ‘Best Buy’

Indiana Chamber of Commerce recognizes school

Each year the Indiana Chamber of Commerce recognizes high schools which have excelled academically while providing a good value for the community More...

New teaching method presented

CCSC Board is introduced to

The Carroll Consolidated School Corporation More...

Local News

FB District 3 offers scholarships for adults

Indiana Farm Bureau District 3 is offering scholarships to members who live in the district, which covers Benton, Carroll, Cass, Clinton, Jasper, Newton, Tippecanoe and White counties. More...

Delphi native has new folk/blues CD

Singer-guitarist Mary Flower has a new album out called More...

Used car buyers beware of flood damaged vehicles from Gulf Region

Consumers in the market to buy a used car need to be cautious of flood damaged vehicles from the Gulf region that may have made their way on to Indiana lots. More...

Opinions & Letters

Oops

Midwest Memo

I broke one of my favorite rules last week. At first glance the rule appears to be one of those little ditties penned with humor, yet heavy with truth. More...

Exercise caution on roads during harvest

As we enter into the fall season, the nights turn cooler and the days get shorter. And as the fields in our county are harvested, our roads become more dangerous. More...

Letters to the Editor

Believes JA benefits students This past week, I was pleased to continue my 35-year involvement in the Junior Achievement (JA) program by speaking to Mr. Turner More...

Faith

Lockport Church to celebrate Homecoming

The Lockport Church will celebrate its annual Homecoming this Sunday. More...

Guest pastor to tell about mission work in Japan

Rev. Tom Hastings will be at the Flora Presbyterian Church on Oct. 23 for morning worship at 10:15 a.m. and also in the afternoon when he will tell about his work in Japan. More...

Calvary Chapel has new meeting place

Calvary Chapel Carroll County will be moving as of Sunday. More...

Education

RM/HS honor roll is announced

The honor roll for the first six-week grading period at Rossville Middle/High School has been released. Students earning academic recognition include: More...

JEFFREY WILLIAMS, a junior at Wabash College, Crawfordsville, has been elected social chairman for the fall semester at Beta Theta Pi social fraternity. He is the son of John and Debra Williams of Delphi. More...

Menus

Carroll Mon., Oct. 17 More...

Special Sections

Nothing natural about the cost of gas

Families who use natural gas got a nasty jolt last month in the mail. From August to September, natural gas costs rose 22.6 percent. More...

Former county nurse offered second plea

Becky Lohmiller, the former county employee who served in the capacity of the county health nurse for more than five years beginning in November of 1999, and allegedly did not have a license to practice, appeared in court Oct. More...

Answering the call

Local DNR officer aids Katrina victims

When Capt. Terry Hydman, DNR south region captain, was putting teams together to lend aid to hurricane victims in the gulf coast, local DNR officer Bill Hinshaw did not hesitate to volunteer. More...

Community

Hunt is Miss Indiana Teen USA contestant

Holly Hunt of Camden will compete for the title of Miss Indiana Teen USA the weekend of Nov. 4-6 in Merrillville. More...

Library

Flora-Monroe Twp. The library is offering a series of beginning computer classes. Introduction to Computers will be Oct. 27. Confused by the everchanging world of computers? Just starting out? More...

Business Briefs

KEN MURRAY of Delphi, has joined Rinehart Realtors & Auctioneers as a professional sales associate. He will be working out of the Delphi office, located at 1011 S. Washington St. More...

Sports

Falcons spoil Carroll’s senior night

Different team + different week same results. The Carroll Cougars fell to 0-8 after losing to the Frontier Falcons 29-6 in a hard fought battle Friday night. This makes it nine losses in a row for the Cougars, dating back to last year More...

Benton Central edges Delphi Oracles

With both teams coming into the game with 1-7 records and sixgame losing streaks, one team More...

DCHS Homecoming queen

Sara Strasser was crowned Delphi Community High School Homecoming Queen on Friday night during half time of the Oracle More...

Society

Myers celebrate 40th

Mr. and Mrs. Vern Myer of 11224N. Lower Lake Shore Dr., Monticello, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary Oct. 16. More...

Viney 50th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Viney of 3311S 200E, Bringhurst, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 22. More...

Obituaries

Eugene A. Burkhalter

Eugene A. More...

Helen Brodar

Helen Brodar, 76, of Hobart and formerly of Gary, died Sept. 24, 2005, at St. Mary Medical Center in Hobart. More...

Robert M. Johns

Robert M. Johns, 89, of Fort Myers, Fla., died at 11:20 a.m. Oct. 7, 2005, at Lee Memorial Health Systems, Fort Myers. More...

Public Records

Circuit Court

Matthew D. Weitzel, 25, pled guilty to Count II, illegal drug lab; Count III, theft; and Count IV, dumping controlled substance waste. More...

Superior Court

Judge Jeffrey Smith The court ordered wage garnishments in the following cases: Sycamore Efficiencies vs. Rita Kennedy Bailey, in the sum of $1,121.62; Carroll County Clerk vs. Nina Kolthoff, $266.36; Mutual Hospital Services vs. Thomas M. More...

Marriage Licenses

Kenneth B. Harris, 46, and June M. Sheely, 46, both of Rossville. More...