August 12, 2009 RSS feed / Local News

Tribe is awarded grant

The Eel River Tribe of Indiana, Inc., has learned that it has been awarded a federal grant in the amount of $174,866.04 to provide a new emergency alert system in Miami County. More...

Burlington Fall Festival Queen callout begins

Plans are under way for the 20th annual Burlington Fall Festival Queen Contest. This year's theme is "A Moment to Remember." The contest will be held Sept. 16 at the Community Park Building in Burlington. More...

Legislators address county residents at Chamber event

Attendees at Monday night's "Dinner with Your Legislators" heard three elected officials discuss issues of importance to Carroll County residents. More...

Awards presented at OS meeting

Two Heritage Awards, a Special Recognition Award, and four Attendance Awards were presented at the 154th annual meeting of the Carroll County Old Settlers Association. More...

I.O.O.F. improving local appearances

The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (I.O.O.F.) lodge members are doing their part to improve the look of downtown Delphi and sections of Carroll County. The lodge, located at 209 S. Washington St. in Delphi, was sealed on Aug. More...

Carroll County to have Town Hall meeting

Donnelly to meet with residents at month's end

Blue Dog Democrat Joe Donnelly announced Monday he will host a Town Hall meeting at the end of August. Donnelly spoke at the Legislative Dinner in Delphi, but he spoke to the Comet prior to that engagement. More...

Lafayette residents to hold Town Hall meetings

Community organizer and member of the Citizens In Action, based in Lafayette, Donn Brown announced that two Town Hall meetings have been scheduled in Lafayette. More...

Like father…like daughter

Another Huffer attorney begins practice in Delphi

Abigail Huffer had nearly constant contact with the practice of law growing up in Carroll County. More...