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Old-Fashioned Christmas planned at Canal Park

An Old-Fashioned Christmas is planned for two days at Canal Park in Delphi. The event will be Dec. 10 and 11. More...

Multi-county meeting set to plan byway connections

The date of Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 9 a.m. in Delphi More...

Presentation sheds light on meth

Around 50 people got a detailed analysis of the meth epidemic in Carroll County and found out about the effects of the drug last Thursday at Delphi Community High School. More...

Sports

Yet to be tested, Cougars garner two easy wins

The Cougars remain undefeated with a pair of blowout wins over the weekend More...

Oracle ladies lose two

The Lady Oracles lost twice last week, extending their losing streak to three games. More...

New school records

Two Delphi Community High School swim records were set last Thursday in the meet against Central Catholic. The 200 medley relay team broke a 20-year record set in 1985, with a time of 2:07:23. More...

Society

Stout, White pledge vows

Kaleena Stout and Sean White were united in marriage on Aug. 13 at the Faith Church of Christ, Burlington. More...

Births

Russ and Stefany (Kuns) Hollinger of Cutler are parents of a 6-pound, 10-ounce son, Ashton Ty, born Nov. 21 at Home Hospital, Lafayette. Grandparents are Steve and Juanita Kuns of Flora and Kenneth and Coleen Hollinger of Noblesville. More...

Education

Lab creates exhibit from DCHS’s prototype

Nathan Stanley remembers when his high school physics class tied for first place in the tri-state Advanced Photon Source 2003 Contest. He and six classmates constructed a working prototype that demonstrated how light waves behave when they More...

Menus

Carroll schools Mon., Dec. 12 More...

Brian Griffin chosen for leadership award

Brian Griffin, a senior at Carroll Jr.-Sr. High School, has been chosen for the Principal More...

Public Records

Superior Court

New filings The following are the misdemeanor charges filed by the Carroll County Prosecutor, on behalf of the State of Indiana. More...

Restaurant Inspections

YMCA Camp Tecumseh Routine inspection: 11/15/05 Summary of violations: More...

Marriage Licenses

Randi J. Flora, 44, of Delphi and Sandra L. Shanks, 44, of Camden. More...

No plea for former health department ‘nurse’

During a Nov. 30 status hearing in Carroll Circuit Court, Florence Anne Briggs, the attorney for former county employee Rebecca Lohmiller, announced that she expects the case to result in a jury trial. More...

Commissioners to TLRSD opponents: ‘Hire an attorney’

After listening to county attorney Barry Emerson More...

Commissioners adopt animal control ordinance

At their Monday evening meeting, Carroll County Commissioners approved an increase to $55 for redemption of pets detained by the county animal control officer. More...

Community

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

Nothing says it More...

Announcements

Heidi Olson and her father and friends will perform their annual More...

County toy/gift drive begins

Carroll County Kids toy drive is underway and will continue through Dec. 22. Sponsored by Beta A l p h a Chapter More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Bah Hum...

Sing with gusto: More...

Letters to the Editor

Thanks for honoring veterans As the year of 2005 is about to come to a close we need to look back and thank the ones who contributed honors to veterans in this area, small it may seem at the time. More...

County holiday switcheroo has gone on too long

Monday night Carroll County commissioners Bill Brown and George Mears voted to let county employees celebrate a few national holidays on some awfully strange dates. More...

Faith

Flora UMC sets 125th anniversary celebration Dec. 11

On Sunday morning, Flora United Methodist Church will celebrate its 125th anniversary. Pastor Michelle Cobb who is the Lafayette District Superintendent of the United Methodist Church will offer the message. More...

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

The difficult task of letting go

UESTION: I have found it very hard to turn loose of my kids and face the empty nest. I know I need to release them, but it is More...

Announcements

Calvary Chapel will present STAR SONG, A CHRISTMAS DRAMA More...

Brain Freeze

Respect and tolerance it More...

Obituaries

John A. Moyer

John A. Moyer, 62, of Flora, died at 9:47 a.m. Dec. 4, 2005, at his residence. He had been in ill health for two months. More...

Francis A. Humbarger Francis A.

Francis A. Humbarger, 89, of Delphi, died at 2:05 p.m. on Nov. 29, 2005, at Home Hospital in Lafayette. Born in Argos on April 24, More...

Lucile M. Quinn

Lucile M. Quinn, 81, of Delphi, died at 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 5, 2005, at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Lafayette. Born in Kingston, Iowa, on Aug. 29, 1924, she was More...

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