May 3, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Williams offered superintendent position in Rush County

Rushville Consolidated School Corporation Board of School Trustees announced at their Tuesday evening board meeting, they reached an agreement with their top candidate, Dr. John Williams, to become the superintendent of public schools. More...

Local News

'Music for Mission' concert at Delphi UMC

Delphi United Methodist Church (UMC) will host a "Music for Mission" concert on May 13 from 7 to 9 p.m. Featured will be local artists Malachi Jaggers, Lee Anna Atwell, and Suzy Gustafson. More...

Public input sought

Carroll County Commissioners request public input about changing the speed limits on the following roads:  CR700W from CR400N to CR725N - 45mph;  CR50E from CR400S to Adams Mill Covered Bridge over the Wildcat Creek - 20mph;  CR550S from US421 to More...

Delphi Art Show opens Sunday

The Jack Sanders' Delphi Art Show will open on Sunday with a tea from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Delphi Community High School commons. More...

Opinions & Letters

Drivers and motorcyclists should use extreme caution

Last week's death of Carroll County native Jeremy Kuns near Americus is a tragedy. More...

Web poll results

Each week the Comet polls its readers on a different topic. Vote online at carrollcountycomet.com starting each Thursday, and then click the More...

Web poll question

Do you agree that Carroll County's confined feeding operation (CFO) requirements (regulations for operations with a few hundred head) are adequate for today's larger concentrated feeding operations (CAFO)? More...

Education

Carroll math team wins championship

For the eighth year in a row, Carroll Jr.-Sr. High School's math team has won the Hoosier Heartland Conference math contest. More...

Reading in the sunshine

Sharon Brothers and Susan Trapp's first grade classes at Camden Elementary School spent some time reading with a visitor in the school courtyard. The visitor was Celsie Rouhier, a Labrador. More...

DePauw University sophomores MEGAN LYNN WALTON and JAMIE ANN NIPPLE, both of Delphi, are community service volunteers. Through the entirely student managed DePauw Community Service, students serve in 25 community organizations and agencies. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Judge Jeffrey Smith

The following cases were dismissed: Rita M. Stout, Steve Arnold, Thomas A. Gray, Kendra L. Frame, Terry A. Marshall, Kristina L. Helms. More...

Circuit Court

Judge Donald Currie

The following were found to be in arrears of child support: Dale A. Babcock, $16,191; James S. Prater, $23,864; Kristina Helms, $640; and Richard J. Ronk, $6,367.23. More...

Marriage Licenses

Rodney F. Deaton, 24, of Madison, Ohio, and Sara B. Rinehart, 18, of Rossville. More...

Special Sections

A treat for Mother Groundhog

This groundhog lives in the wild at Wildcat Wildlife Center near Delphi. She was orphaned as a baby a year ago when her mother was hit on the road. Someone brought her to the Wildlife Center. More...

Commissioners vote to exclude Jefferson Twp. from sewer district

The seats were filled and the walls were lined with opponents to the Twin Lakes Regional Sewer District's providing service to Carroll County residents in Jefferson Township. More...

Wrangling the regulations

APC attempts to corral setbacks and restrictions

Carroll County's 30-year-old zoning regulations are thought by many to be more of a liability than a dependable guide for zoning issues. More...

Community

Announcements

Community members are invited to join the CARROLL COUNTY COMMUNITY BAND. More...

Meetings

Rock Creek EH Club Rock Creek Extension Homemakers Club met April 19 at the home of Marjorie Been, with Wiladean Snoeberger assisting. More...

Engagements

Trammell-Wilson

Kyndal Paige Trammell and Todd Steven Wilson are engaged to be married on June 11 at 6 p.m. in Las Vegas, Nev. More...

Sports

Lady Oracles defeat Rossville, Frankfort

Great pitching, excellent defense and one good inning at bat were the key ingredients for a 9-1 home victory over Rossville Monday night. More...

Madison Grant wins Delphi Classic

The Delphi Classic baseball tourney was held this last weekend. Madison Grant, ranked sixth in 2A, won the event, defeating Clinton Central in the championship game 10-1. More...

Carroll decides placement of soccer, softball fields

Carroll School Board voted for the placement and direction of soccer and softball fields at its April 19 meeting. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

Young people and faith

"I can't think of a more urgent need than enabling young people to understand their faith and preparing them to defend it against the onslaught of secular thought they encounter in their schools and in popular culture." Chuck W. Colson More...

World Day of Prayer is being observed May 4

As American troops fight for democracy and freedom around the globe and battle the war of terror, citizens of the United States are preparing to celebrate their freedom to gather, worship and pray. More...

DIRECTORY OF AREA CHURCHES

AMERICUS UNION NON-DENOMINATIONAL: Vernon Stingley, pastor. SW: 10 a.m. More...

Obituaries

Jeremy L. Kuns

Jeremy L. Kuns, 19, of 4724W 700N, Delphi, died at 9:17 p.m. on April 27, 2006, from injuries sustained in a motorcycle/car More...

Edward M. Brown

Services for Edward M. Brown, 49, of Camden, were held Monday at St. Joseph C a t h o l i c Church, Delphi. Father Peter Va n d e r k o l k More...

Alena L. Hutson

Services for Alena L. Hutson, 90, of Cutler, were held Saturday at Reinke Funeral Home, Flora. Pastor Cathy Long officiated and More...

public notices

PUBLIC NOTICES

"Because The People Must Know"

IN THE CARROLL CIRCUIT COURT CALENDAR TERM, 2006 CAUSE NO. 08C01-0505-ES-35 STATE OF INDIANA ) More...

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF CARROLL COUNTY TAX RATES

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