February 2, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Strasser and company file for second term

Monday morning brought a small flurry of filing activity for the Carroll County Clerk’s office when Delphi Mayor Randy Strasser, a Democrat, and two Democratic city council members filed in unison to run for second terms. Nelson B. More...

Local News

Downed power lines bring indoor problems

When ice and heavy snow bring down limbs and power lines safety is a consideration indoors and outside according to the Carroll County REMC. More...

Liquor license renewed for Flora bar

The Carroll County Alcoholic Beverage Commission met Jan. 20 to approve one request for a retail beer, wine and liquor license. Willoughby’s Food and Spirits at 15 W. Columbia St. More...

APC issues permits

The Carroll County Area Plan Commission issued several permits in December and January. More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Watching flames dance

Our house started out as a tidy rectangular residence of six rooms. On the first floor there was a parlor, a dining room and a kitchen. Upstairs there were three bedrooms and a big open hallway that did not easily reveal its original purpose.  More...

Cartoon

Full Story

Good times for farmers now mean higher property taxes later

My colleagues in the Department of Agricultural Economics at Purdue tell me that this is a good time to be a farmer. Corn and bean prices are high, incomes are up and land values are rising. More...

Society

Sorrells 40th anniversary

Lee and Regina Sorrells of Flora will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Feb. 6 in Nashville, Tenn.  They were married in 1971 at the Burlington Christian Church.  Both are graduates of Carroll High School. More...

Engagements

Hart-Busch

Sean and Charlene Hart of Camden announce the engagement of their daughter, Jessica Nicole, to Todd Michael Busch, both of Delphi. He is the son of Michael and Melody Busch of Delphi.  The bride-elect attended Delphi Community High School. More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

Cast iron cooking has resurged again as a popular cooking trend in the past couple of years. Martha Stewart, Paula Deen and Rachael Ray all have their own versions of the colorful cast-iron, enamelclad, pots. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Recent filings  Bradley H. Rude was charged with operating vehicle with an ACE of at least .08 but less than .15.  Dustin W. Salyer was charged with illegal consumption of an alcoholic beverage.  Andrew M. More...

Circuit Court

Capital One Bank filed complaint against Peggy Collier.  Jaime A. More...

Marriage Licenses

James M. Lambert, 39, Flora, and Stacey D. Helvie, 45, Gas City.   More...

Special Sections

Delphi fire chief plans for future

Firefighters request new air packs

The Delphi Tri-Township Fire Protection Territory has been using the same sets of breathing apparatus to go into unsafe atmospheric conditions for the past 12 years. More...

New zoning ordinance to be unveiled in February

The Carroll County Area Plan Commission (APC) began this year with a lack of enough members to hold an official meeting at the Jan. 25 meeting. More...

Delphi Chamber presents awards

A winter storm that had its beginnings Monday evening put a damper on that night’s Delphi Chamber of Commerce Banquet. The annual event is a time to honor citizens, learn about the city, and recognize Chamber leadership. More...

Community

Red Bridge Settlement

Take a stroll in the winter to get a new perspective on familiar places. More...

4-H News

4-H rocks……come join the fun

Young and old alike are invited to join the fun and become involved in 4-H. Youth in grades 2 through 12 can join 4-H and become members. More...

Come rock with other 4-H’ers

Date: Saturday, Feb. 5 Time: 8:30 - 10 a.m. Place: 4-H Building at the fairgrounds in Flora Come and enjoy: v a sausage gravy and biscuit breakfast - sponsored by the Exhibit Board.  More...

Sports

Oracle wrestlers win sectional

Tanner Lynde remains undefeated

The Delphi wrestling team reclaimed its sectional title last weekend at Lafayette Jeff. The Oracles won their third sectional crown in four years.  More...

Oracles easily defeat Rebels

Delphi finally returned home Saturday night and easily defeated an outmatched South Newton squad 81-49 after losing a hard-fought Hoosier Conference road contest at West Lafayette 77-64 on Friday.  More...

Lady Oracles roll over Tri-County

Whitney Arion, the Oracles senior point guard, scored 17 points in Delphi’s second win over Tri-County in as many weeks. The score in round two was 63-47. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

How are those new year’s resolutions going?

For many people, the year begins full of ideas and energy as we look with hope and expectations at a new year on the calendar. More...

Burlington church to host ‘The Art of Marriage’ seminar

Burlington First Brethren Church is offering “The Art of Marriage” seminar on Friday evening, Feb. 11, and Saturday, Feb. 12, at the church.  More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO More...

Obituaries

Dorotha M. Hedrick

Dorotha M. Hedrick, 100, of Crawfordsville, formerly of New Market, passed away at 9:25 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 30, 2011 at her home.  More...

Stephen Rodenbarger

Stephen L. Rodenbarger, 60, of rural Monticello, died unexpectedly Monday, Jan. 31, 2011, at 5:04 a.m. in the White County Memorial Hospital emergency room, Monticello.  He was born Oct. More...

Barbara Cooke

Barbara Bennett Cooke, 87, passed away on Monday, Jan. 24, 2011.  She was born on Sept. 23, 1923, in Boonville, Indiana. On Aug. More...