November 29, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Council compelled to settle

Bailiff to receive full-time benefits, but no medical coverage

Carroll County Council decided in a split vote to strike a compromise with Superior Court Judge Jeffrey Smith to settle a personnel issue without going through costly litigation. More...

Parade is Saturday

Delphi's annual Christmas Parade, sponsored by Delphi Lions Club, will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday. Lineup starts at 12 noon at the Monroe Street Gym, with judging at 12:30 p.m. More...

Local News

State health officials mark World AIDS Day

AIDS is a global epidemic that has established a firm foothold right here in Indiana. An estimated 7,989 Hoosiers are currently living with More...

Carroll FFA members attend FIRE Conference

Six members of the Carroll FFA Chapter attended the Foundations In Reaching Excellence (FIRE) Conference at the Indiana FFA Leadership Center in Trafalgar Nov. 17- 19. More...

Be an angel to a child

Some children from less fortunate families in Carroll County do not always have many gifts, if any at all, to open during the holidays. More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Angry folk

The meeting went on and on, a full three hours and then some. 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's name, address and telephone number. The letter writer's name and city/town will appear in the paper - no exceptions. More...

Where does it end?

Sometimes the right decision feels like the wrong decision. And sometimes you can't tell which is the right one and which is the wrong one. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

A sincere 'Thank You' is always in order

I remember as a child how wonderful it was to receive gifts. I could hardly wait to get the paper and ribbon torn off so that I could get to the important part - the gift inside the box! More...

DIRECTORY OF AREA CHURCHES

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

Announcements

JOURNEY TO BETHLEHEM, a walk through family adventure, is a re-enactment of the city of Bethlehem as it looked, sounded, and even smelled over 2000 years ago. Presented by Zion Bethel Church in Monticello, the event will be showcased Sat., Dec. More...

Education

Chosen for middle school honor band

Six members of the Delphi Community Middle School band More...

And the winners are...!

Ninety-eight Hillcrest students participated in the Delphi More...

EDUCATION NEWS

Four Carroll County students have been selected to attend U.S. Senator Dick Lugar's "Symposium for Tomorrow's Leaders" to be held Dec. 9 at the University of Indianapolis. More...

Public Records

Restaurant Inspections

Parrett's Meat Processing Routine inspection: 11/17/06 More...

Superior Court

Superior Court judgments are gathered from public records on More...

Circuit Court

New filings are from public records available in the Carroll County Clerk's More...

Special Sections

Republican party chair files for recount

When someone loses an election by a landslide, most voters feel a measure of confidence that their voice was heard and the election turned out the way it was supposed to turn out. More...

Variety entertainment offered at Canal holiday open house

Music, art, and pioneer crafts will be offered at the Old Fashioned Christmas Open House Dec. 9 and 10 at Canal Park. More...

Election process in action... striving to be correct

Two years ago in the county council race, the Carroll County Election Board discovered some ballots in township races without a full slate were not counted correctly by voting machines. More...

Community

With all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season at full throttle, this week's recipes are simple and hearty, yet quick enough to leave plenty of time for yuletide shopping. More...

Pop tabs for Riley

Sixth graders in Andrea O'Brien's homeroom at Carroll Elementary are collecting pop tabs for More...

Tag - you're an angel!

Kim Widner stands beside the Salvation Army Angel Tree in More...

Sports

Lady Oracles claim county title

When reading the different articles in the Comet for the past 2 weeks, Delphi's Lady Oracles appeared to have trouble finding smaller teams. They got their wish on Wednesday night before Thanksgiving. More...

Oracles lose to Titans, 52-33

Offense sputters in opener

First year Delphi Community High School Coach Brian Tonsoni was proud of his squad's defensive intensity in the season opener against the visiting Taylor Titans (1-0). More...

Cougars fall in season opener

Carroll graduated nine players from last year's 12-10 ball club and the only returning player to log any minutes and gather experience was sophomore Riley Eller. Eller was the fourth leading scorer on last year's squad. More...

Society

Engagements

Neil and Pam Craig-Wilson of Lafayette and Jeff and Denise Craig of Delphi announce the engagement of their daughter, Jenna Craig, to Nathan Allen. He is the son of Tom and Leslie Allen of Flora. More...

81st birthday

Fred Coghill will celebrate his 81st birthday Dec. 2. A family celebration is being planned. He retired from Globe Valve in 1989 after 32 years of service. He keeps More...

Davis, Martin exchange vows

Hollie Nicole Davis and Bradley Joe Martin were united in marriage on Oct. 21 at Abbey-Inn wedding chapel in Nashville, Ind. More...

Obituaries

Richard B. Furst

Richard B. Furst, 78, of Seymour, died Nov. 23, 2006, at Schneck Medical Center in Seymour. More...

Jeanette C. Royer

Jeanette C. Royer, 88, formerly of Rossville, died at 11:30 p.m. Nov. 24, 2006, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center, Delphi. More...

Delene Haines

D e l e n e Haines, 89, formerly of B r i n g h u r s t , passed away at 11:02 a.m. Nov. 26, 2006, at the home of her son in Rensselaer. More...