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Council delays decision on EDIT

County residents will have to wait a little longer before learning if they will be paying an increased amount of Economic Development Income Tax (EDIT). More...

Local News

Medicare beneficiaries can still sign up for drug benefit

Area IV Agency on Aging reminds Medicare beneficiaries that there are still 40 days to sign up for the prescription drug benefit. More...

Eagle Scout project to honor Flora VFD

Tyler Jenkins, a member of Boy Scout Troop 144, proposed a project to honor Flora volunteer firefighters at Monday night%27s meeting of the Flora Town Council. This project would satisfy his Eagle Scout community service More...

Firefighter grant applications are due April 7

Hoosier fire departments are reminded that the deadline to apply for funding through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Assistance to Firefighters program is April 7. More...

Faith

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

Meeting six requirements will help you find right occupation

UESTION: I%27m 21 years old and still haven%27t figured out what I want to do with my life. How can I find an achievable goal and begin moving toward it? More...

Lessons from the Heart

Don't forget the passenger

When I was a about three or four years old my family did not have a combine, so we harvested the corn crop with a two-row New Idea corn picker mounted on an Allis-Chalmers narrow front D17 and a pull bed wagon to catch the ears of corn. More...

Holy Week services in Flora community

Flora Ministerial Association announces the following Community Holy Week Services: More...

Education

Delphi wrestler is Middle School All-American

Braden Atwood of Delphi represented Indiana on the Gold Team at the Middle School National Duals held last weekend in Danville, Ill. More...

Manning records diving successes in first season at Bucknell

Jeff Manning, a 2005 graduate of Carroll Jr.-Sr. High School, recently completed his first diving season at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa., by competing in the Patriot League Championships held at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md. More...

New teaching tool

Carroll Elementary PTO recently purchased a promethean board for the elementary%27s computer room. The promethean board is a 78" interactive whiteboard which teachers can use in various ways with their classes. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Judge Jeffrey Smith

In State of Indiana vs. the following, the causes were dismissed, Jared J. Pine, Jolene M. Boller, Sandra K. Sterling, Jeffrey Figmaka, Carie L. Jones, Steven L. Newville, Lee W. Skiles, Natane Hill, Jennifer Endress and Valerie Duvall. More...

Circuit Court

Judge Donald Currie

A judgment on default was ordered in Genesis Financial Solutions, Inc. vs. Lynn E. LaBare and Dian L. LaBare. The plaintiff will recover $3,840.64 plus court costs. More...

Restaurant Inspections

Subway Routine inspection: 3/22/06 Summary of violations: More...

Bar raised on road construction

By acting on a recommendation from county highway supervisor Ramzi Awwad to increase road construction standards, Carroll County Commissioners imposed an immediate cost increase on developers for road construction. More...

Sewer district opponents unite

As the Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District activities in Phase III and Phase IIIB (Carroll County) increase, the amount of opposition from property owners is also growing. More...

Community

What's Happening Elsewhere

Wednesdays in the Wild will present SPRING WILD FLOWER WALK IN WARREN COUNTY More...

Grief workshops offered at Delphi Presbyterian

Coping With Grief Workshops including "Stages of Grief," "Expressing Feelings," "Coping Skills," and "Scrapbooking Memories" are being offered by Delphi First Presbyterian Church. More...

Announcements

Pretty Prairie Cemetery Association will have its SPRING CLEAN-UP DAY More...

Opinions & Letters

Three fixes for American democracy

There are a lot of proposals for reform floating around Washington these days. More...

Midwest Memo

Regarding hope

My grandmother was one of many children, enough that I can%27t give you a definite number. Over the years I met plenty, but certainly not all of her siblings. More...

Campaign Letter guideline

The Carroll County Comet will accept campaign-related letters to the editor for the April 12 and 19 issues. No campaign letters will be published on April 26 unless they are clarification of information from a previous letter. More...

Society

Hardyniec-Leow vows pledged

Sara Hardyniec and Patrick Leow were united in marriage last summer in Copper Harbor, Mich. Father Larry VanDamme officiated the ceremony. More...

Resler, Griffis pledge vows

Amy Suzanne Resler and Andrew Thomas Griffis exchanged wedding vows at a 5 p.m. candlelight ceremony on Dec. 3 at the Rossville Presbyterian Church. More...

Wertz-Swygman

Ron and Diane Wertz of Camden announce the engagement of their daughter, Karen LeeAnn, to Randy Robert Swygman. He is the son of Robert and Ruth Ann Swygman of Wolcott. More...

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