October 29, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Presents for soldiers far away

Soldiers who are deployed in other countries will have a surprise this year. Hillcrest Elementary School students have adopted 30 soldiers for Christmas and have sent a box of presents for each one to open on Christmas Eve. More...

Wanted: Holiday Traditions

Does your family or a family you know have special holiday traditions? We More...

Local News

Camden

Auxiliary Unit 413 will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the Legion Home. Members are asked to take a gift for the Christmas baskets. More...

Burlington

Burlington Church of Christ will have Parents Night Out on Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. Child care will be available in the daycare center. More...

Winter storm preparedness

Wintery cold, snow and ice is just around the corner. Indiana recently observed Winter Storm Awareness Week. The National Weather Service (NWS) calls winter storms the More...

Opinions & Letters

Sheriff should not provide jail meals

Sheriff Dennis Randle should not be in charge of providing meals to the jail. That said, he should also be paid an appropriate salary. More...

Midwest Memo

Keepers

Many years back the job fell to me to clean out a tiny, cramped apartment on Washington Boulevard in Oak Park, Ill. The tenant of the apartment was a lady in her 90s named Alice Keeney. More...

Letters to the Editor

Clarifies remarks In regards to Mr. Marley More...

Society

Myers, Altman exchange vows

Mandy Lynn Myers and Ryan Mathew Altman exchanged wedding vows Aug. 27 at 5:30 p.m. at Brookston Federated Church. She is the daughter of Sonia and Jan Criswell, and Dennis and Tracey Myers, all of Delphi. More...

Beens married 60 years

Mr. and Mrs. Norman Been of Rockfield celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Nov. 19. More...

Maxwell 50th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. William Maxwell of 3452S US Hwy. 421, Delphi, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a family dinner Nov. 27 at Pat More...

Brain Freeze

The Father of TV And of our country And a ton of other stiffs All of them were gifts They came from each state Showin

Brain Freeze, a 10-chapter serial story, is part of a statewide literacy project sponsored by the Hoosier State Press Association Foundation and the Indiana State Reading Association. More...

Obituaries

Jesus ‘Jesse’ Vega

Jesus More...

Frank J. Marshall

Frank J. Marshall Jr., 76, of 310 W. Elm St., Flora, died at 10:40 p.m. on Nov. 26, 2005, at his residence. He had been ill for the last year. More...

Betty L. Reed

Betty L. Reed, 59, of Yeoman, died at 6:20 p.m. on Nov. 22, 2005, in Indianapolis. More...

Public Records

Real Estate Transfers

Erdene Miller Estate to Stephen R. Harness and Kevin L. Harness et al Personal Deed. More...

Superior Court

The following pled guilty to conversion, and were sentenced to a combination of time in jail, with some suspensions, supervised and/or unsupervised probation, anger management classes, and must waive 4th Amendment search and seizure rights: Conn L. More...

Circuit Court

Complaints were filed in the following cases: Midland Credit Management Inc. vs. Jack E. Gerard; Argent Healthcare Financial Service Inc. vs. JoAnne L. Beachy; and Argent Healthcare Financial Service Inc. vs. Chasidi Roller. More...

DCSC drug testing slated for 2006-2007

Although it didn More...

Delphi Christmas Parade is Saturday

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APC finalizes roster for plan

The Carroll County Area Plan Commission finalized the roster of the comprehensive zoning plan committee at the Nov. 22 evening meeting. More...

Murals to depict historical scenes along entire canal

Since the inception of the Carroll County Wabash & Erie Canal Association in the 1970s, the group has been telling the story of the canal in Indiana. More...

Community

Announcements

The newly formed PREVENT CHILD ABUSE CARROLL COUNTY More...

Reunions

Camden schoolmates Students who attended Camden School and graduated in 1967 met Nov. 19 at the Center Street Grill in Flora for a time of reminiscing and catching up. More...

Meetings

Delphi Lions Delphi Lions Club met Nov. 16 at the Stone Barn with Terry Callender presiding. More...

Sports

Cougars battle Cavaliers and come out on top

The Carroll Cougars won their third straight season opener last week at TriCounty, defeating the Cavaliers 50-47. Jeff Hodson, in his fifth season as Carroll More...

Oracles’ charge not enough; lose opener in OT to Titans

A fast start by the home team Taylor Titans, opening night dust, and an interim coach with but a week and a half as mentor of his squad added up to an overtime loss for the Delphi Oracles Saturday night, 47-43. More...

Paw Print Chapter 4 ‘Hoosiers’ relived

Jimmy Chitwood, of the movie More...

Faith

Monticello church to present re-enactment of ‘Journey to Bethlehem’

Journey to Bethlehem, a walk through family adventure, is a reenactment of the city of Bethlehem as it looked, sounded and smelled over 2,000 years ago. It will be presented by Zion Bethel Church in Monticello on Dec. 10 from 5 to 8 p.m. and on Dec. More...

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

Mandatory showers no longer the norm

UESTION: We have a very athletic junior-high school boy who loves every kind of physical activity. He gets most of his exercise in PE class More...

Lessons from the Heart

Stop, ponder, reflect

Reflections are something we all experience. Each morning we wake up and enter the bathroom only to be frightened by the reflection in the mirror. Truth be told, we probably really don More...

Education

Menus

Carroll schools Mon., Dec. 5 More...

Hillcrest and Camden place first

Hillcrest Elementary School hosted 12 teams last Thursday for the Spell Bowl competition. Camden and Hillcrest both placed first in their respective classes. Morgan Edwards earned a Near Perfect ribbon for spelling six of seven words correctly. More...

Schlueter wins district contest

Katie Schlueter has won the Delphi Lions International Peace Poster Contest. The middle schooler was one of 350,000 kids who entered Lions Club contests worldwide. She has won both the local and the district contests. More...

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