October 14, 2009 RSS feed / Local News

Keep our soldiers connected to home

Put old cell phones to use

The VFW, American Legion and Legion Auxiliary are collecting old cell phones for soldiers overseas to call home. More...

Donnelly & Peterson are JJ speakers

The annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner is scheduled for Saturday at the 4-H Community Building, in Flora.   Speakers will be Congressman Joe Donnelly and former Indianapolis Mayor Bart Peterson. More...

Maryanna Selvidge releases first CD

Maryanna Selvidge of Camden has realized a lifelong dream with the release of a CD, “Surrounded by Grace.”   She and two others featured on the CD, Bethany Smith and Karli Edging, will present a concert Oct. 18 at 2 p.m. More...

One playhouse spans four generations

Maryn Worl plays in the same playhouse that first belonged to her great-grandmother, Jean Guyer. Maryn is 5 and Jean is 95. More...

SIA to host first-ever dance marathon for breast cancer

On Nov. 14, Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) will host the first-ever SIA Dance Marathon from 7 p.m. to midnight at the SIA Recreation Center. More...

TAF is accepting 2011 exhibit proposals

The Tippecanoe Arts Federation (TAF) Gallery Committee is accepting applications for visual art exhibitions in the Wells Community Cultural Center galleries, Lafayette. More...

Registration is under way for 2010 class of Leadership Carroll County

Registration is underway for the 2010 class of Leadership Carroll County (LCC), an in-depth adult leadership development program. The sixweek program will begin Wednesday, Jan. 20. More...

Get connected and informed with Internet notification service

Carroll County and area community members now have an opportunity to receive local updates and alerts via the Internet in E-mail and text messages from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Department, Flora Police Department, Emergency Management Agen More...

Coffee Beat to feature ‘Hoot and Annie’

Coffee Beat will present “Hoot and Annie” Saturday night at 7 at the Delphi Public Library. More...

Extreme Makeover coming to Indiana

Extreme Makeover: Home Edition will be coming to Indiana to surprise one deserving family with a brand new custom-built home.   Hallmark Homes, based in Anderson, will build the home and is coordinating partnership, donations and volunteers. More...

Bicycle Indiana convenes statewide bicycling summit

Bicycle Indiana, the collective voice of Indiana cyclists, is convening its first Bicycle Indiana Summit on Saturday, to address ways to make the state more bicycle-friendly. More...

Human remains remain a mystery

According to Department of Natural Resources District 3 Public Information Officer Matt Tholen, there is no new information being released about a severed foot in a boot found in Carroll County Sept. 20.   More...