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Local News

Their eyes are on the target

Husband and wife are trapshooters

Wayne and Mary Downham have been married 44 years and have been registered trapshooters for more than 30 years. More...

Ayres remains Flora Council president

Flora Town Council held its first meeting of the new year on Monday evening. Council officers will remain the same with Josh Ayres serving as president; Roger Daugherty, vice president; and David Albaugh, financial chairman. More...

Have a happy, healthy heart

February is American Heart Month. With this in mind, Extension Homemakers along with Indiana Farm Bureau are planning their annual Friends More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

New canvas

Each year in December I buy a new calendar called More...

Letters to the Editor

The Comet welcomes letters to the editor responding to articles and events in the news. They must include the author More...

Honor King’s memory

As we approach his birthday, the Comet would like to share some ideas from the King Commission on how best to commemorate the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

All nature sings

I was asked the other day, More...

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

HPV epidemic plagues young people

UESTION: We More...

Announcements

CARROLL COUNTY CHURCH MINISTRIES will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Camden First Baptist Church, 255 E. Main St. More...

Public Records

Restaurant Inspections

29 Mara Mart Routine inspection: 12/20/05 Summary of violations: More...

Circuit Court

Melinda Hartman, 47, pled guilty to Count I, attempted manufacture of methamphetamine, Count II, theft, and Count III, operating a motor vehicle after being adjudged a habitual traffic violator. More...

Superior Court

Risk Management Alternatives, Inc. vs. Maria J. Mackovic was dismissed. New Filings More...

Special Sections

County candidacy filing begins next week

Comet staff report January 18 is the first day an individual may file a declaration of candidacy for the 2006 primary election. They will file their declaration with the Carroll County Clerk More...

CR200 site now recommended for Delphi Sr. housing

The third site is the charm, or at least that is what Area IV senior housing project planners are hoping. More...

Alleged cyber-predator pleads guilty

Comet staff report The plea agreement of a New York man formerly charged with telephone sex with minors from Monticello, Delphi and Francesville was accepted in United States District Court, Hammond Division, on Monday. More...

DCSC board votes to join natural gas co-op

Measures to reduce costs in both future natural gas bills and copier service were approved at the Delphi Community School Corporation board meeting Monday evening. More...

Community

Shafers to celebrate 50th

Charles B. and Norma Shafer, 205 Washington Blvd., Flora, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Jan. 15. More...

Lentners celebrate 60th

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lentner of Delphi will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary. More...

Milburns celebrate 50th

Mr. and Mrs. Allen Milburn of Lebanon celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with family members during the Christmas holiday. More...

Sports

Oracles shake off mauling by Tigers, hammer Hornets

Showing no ill effects from being nearly run out of the gym at Northwestern, the Delphi Oracles (2-6) took a giant step forward by beating Rossville (3-6) the next night on the Hornets More...

First round pin

Carroll junior Sam Scharer (top) pinned Fidler from Frankfort in 2:36 at last Saturday More...

Fritz is 3-0 in Jeff Invitational

Carroll varsity wrestlers were one of four teams that competed Saturday in the Lafayette Jeff Invitational. As a team, Carroll did not finish well, but had several individual standouts. More...

Education

CES releases honor roll

Carroll Elementary Principal Carolyn O More...

MELODY D. BURNS, Delphi, was one of 1,300 students who received degrees during graduation ceremonies Dec. 17 at Indiana Wesleyan University. She received an Associate of Science degree business. More...

Obituaries

Paul E. Snipes

Paul Ewing Snipes, 91, of Delphi, died at 9:29 a.m. Jan. 7, 2006, north of Delphi. Born March 19, 1914, in W a r r e n More...

Edith M. Turner

Services for Edith Marlene Turner, 68, of Flora, were held Saturday at Baker Funeral Home, Flora. Pastor Bill Godbey officiated. More...

Richard B. Martin Jr.

Richard B. Martin Jr., 37, of Burnettsville, graced Heaven with his presence at 5:30 p.m. on Jan. 5, 2006. He passed at the home of his parents, Richard B. Martin Sr. and Judy Martin of Kokomo. More...