January 25, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

County may get road funds from Major Moves

Carroll County could stand to profit from a state decision to lease the Indiana Toll Road. More...

Local News

Camden adds to Rainy Day Fund

Camden Town Council members approved Resolution 2006-A which allows a $25,554 contribution from the remaining 2005 budget to the Rainy Day Fund. More...

Additional Ag funds available to landowners

Comet staff report The Indiana State Department of Agriculture announced landowner sign-up for the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program, which builds upon the current Conservation Reserve Program, the country More...

Washington Twp.

Deer Creek Presbyterian Church will have a brunch after worship service after worship service on Feb. 5. All are invited to attend. More...

Sports

CHS varsity boys split games; JV on six-game

The 8-6 Cougars split in games played last week, defeating Caston at home Wednesday 46-24 and losing to Tri-Central 55-33 there Friday night. The loss at Tri-Central left the Cougars with a 0-2 mark in the Hoosier Heartland Conference. More...

Carroll wrestlers take 2nd in HHC

Comet staff report Carroll grapplers competed last weekend in the Hoosier Heartland Conference Meet hosted by Clinton Central. Of the six conference teams, Carroll placed second to Clinton Central. More...

Hornets stun DCHS on Senior Night

The Lady Oracles played their worst game of the year against visiting Rossville. The Hornets, who had won four games all year, dominated and pulled away for a 45-32 victory. More...

Education

Carroll students prove it is possible to get to school on time everyday

Carroll Jr.-Sr. High assistant principal Fred Schnarr discovered something he wasn More...

Menus

Carroll Mon., Jan. 30 More...

DCSC to hire outside firm to develop policies

A contract for an outside firm to develop and recommend corporation policies was approved at the Delphi Community School Corporation meeting Monday night. Board members were not in total agreement with the action. More...

Obituaries

Obituaries

Steven O. Sheagley Steven Owen Sheagley, 54, of Flora, died at 11:15 p.m. Jan. 18, 2006, near Cutler. More...

Other Death Notices

Carmelita J. Hardesty, 60, of Americus, died Jan. 23, 2006, at her residence. Born in Frankfort on Oct. 5, 1945, she was the daughter of Philip H. and Almira J. Dimmitt Hardesty. More...

Indiana launches improved sex offender registry Web site

Comet staff report Indiana residents will easily be able to track the whereabouts of registered sex offenders with a single, state-of-the-art public Web site. Governor Mitch Daniels, Department of Correction Commissioner J. More...

public notices

2004–05 School Corporation Annual Performance Report

SAMPLE CHART I  School Corporation (District) Data General Explanations More...

Council reports jail meals not so bad

After months of hearing negative reports about the quantity and quality of meals provided to detainees at the Carroll County Jail, some council members did an independent investigation, including unannounced visits at mealtimes. More...

Schools: extra funding too good to be true

In his State of the State address, Gov. Mitch Daniels explained that he will be giving more money to education. Local school administrators stress that it doesn More...

Community

Meetings

Woman More...

Announcements

Area IV will host a public meeting concerning the PROPOSED SENIOR HOUSING PROJECT More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

In less than two weeks, the Steelers and the Seahawks will be heading to Motor City to take on the pigskin in Super Bowl XL. Whether you root for Pittsburgh or cheer for Seattle (or if even if you More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Space between

I got a hug the other day. Actually, it was a set of hugs. They were big bear hugs, the kind that absolutely wrap you in the arms of the person doing the hugging. More...

Crossroads – a success story

Positive returns are beginning to be reaped from the Carroll County at the Crossroads strategic planning initiative that began in August 2004. The economic development task force has forged ahead to facilitate a Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. More...

Reader responses to last week’s poll question

Yes, I think the county should stay with the current policy and adhere to it. If county department heads knew their request would not be approved, they would not even ask. In other counties, there is never a deviation from the policy. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

Larson More...

Announcements

CALVARY CHAPEL CARROLL COUNTY will be meeting at the Delphi Middle School gym on Monroe Street as of Feb. 5. The worship service begins at 10:30 a.m.. All are welcome! More...

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

Violence in children bred by neglect and abuse

UESTION: More and more, I keep hearing about children and teens being involved in shootings, stabbings and the like. What has caused many members More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Charges filed by the State of Indiana against the following individuals were dismissed: Buck T. Brooks, Toni M. Johnson, Robert W. Davis, Barbara G. York, Kenneth N. Kittrell, Jason J. Endress, Timothy A. Stout. More...

Marriage Licenses

Kevin G. McCarthy, 41, and Connie L. Yoakum, 40, both of Camden. More...

Circuit Court

A complaint on note and to foreclose mortgage was filed in the following: American General Finance Service vs. Robert E. Burkett et al; U.S. Bank National Association vs. Guadalupe Briseno et al; J.P. Morgan Chase Bank vs. Diana L. More...

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