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Second work session scheduled for city council

More discussion needed about airport expansion and city building

Delphi City Council members held a work session shortly after the February meeting to collect information about the Delphi Airport board’s expansion plans, as well as to consider whether to move the street and water departments out of the city More...

Local News

Bullying workshop takes center stage at DCHS

Delphi Community High School, in conjunction with the Delphi Police Department, will present a community program designed to educate and abate the ramifications to victims of bullying, Thursday at 7 p.m. at the high school. More...

Pay attention to all weather reports

Carroll County Emergency Management Agency (EMA) Director Dave McDowell urges residents to pay attention to weather reports as spring weather approaches. He also suggests obtaining a NOAA weather radio.  More...

Deadline nears to apply for agriculture studies scholarships

Children and grandchildren of local cooperative members who belong to Midland Coop, IMPACT Co-op, LaPorte County Co-op, Frontier Coop and Excel Co-op are encouraged to apply now for scholarships that will be awarded to graduating seniors later this s More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Resilience

The word resilience has been following my wife and me around for some time now. It first caught our mutual attention in the sermon during a Sunday morning church service in Lafayette a number of months back. More...

Help children learn – encourage them to read

It seems virtually every day of the week we read about the need to “reform” education.  We have an idea that would make a tremendous difference in the education of our children: Encourage kids to read.  We believe that no other More...

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Faith

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY

BULLIES MAKING SCHOOL DIFFICULT FOR CHILD

QOur son is in third grade, and we suspect that some of the older kids at school are taunting him. He doesn’t want to talk about it, though, and keeps assuring us everything is fine. What should we do?  More...

Lessons from the Heart

What is Ash Wednesday?

Today is an important day for some Christians. We call it Ash Wednesday and it may seem a little strange if you are not familiar with how some Christians view the calendar year. We are entering a season called Lent. More...

Pray for our nation to seek God

The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold. Psalms 18:2 Pd. Adv.   More...

Obituaries

Robert D. Tyner

Robert D. “Bob” Tyner, 70, of Delphi, died Thursday, March 3, 2011, at St. Elizabeth Central Hosp ital, Lafayette. He had battled cancer since being diagnosed in December and was a patient at the hospital since Feb. 22.  More...

Dana L. Shuler

Dana L. Shuler, 60, of Evansville, died March 2, 2011, at the Deaconess Hospice Care Center.  He was born and raised in Burlington, the son of the late Dick and Marilyn Shuler.  Mr. Shuler had worked as a deputy in the U.S. More...

Edward L. Nichols

Edward L. Nichols, 56, of Monticello, died March 1, 2011, in White County Memorial Hospital.  Born Sept. 20, 1954, he was the son of Lois M. Davis Nichols and Leroy M. Nichols. His marriage was to Carla F. Cobbs, in Delphi, on Jan. More...

Carroll’s outstanding textbook book rental fees total $5,700+

Superintendent John Sayers reported at the March 1 Carroll School Board meeting that just over $5,700 is still outstanding in textbook rental fees for the 2010-2011 school year. More...

Local resident to head county chamber

Local resident Julia Leahy has been named as the executive director of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce. Leahy assumed leadership duties with the chamber March 3.  More...

Commissioners consider county-run recycling program

communities to provide recycling services for the equipment. More...

Community

Cutest baby

Braxton Luna, son of Tricia Titus, is the winner in Alco’s Cutest Baby Contest and was awarded a $25 gift certificate to the Delphi store. More...

USDA Rural Development accepting grant applications

USDA Rural Development is currently accepting applications for its Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) Program. More...

Teel 60th anniversary

Robert and Phyllis Teel, 3316E 700S, Brookston, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with a family dinner on March 19.  Teel and the former Phyllis Cole were married March 18, 1951, at First Baptist Church in Delphi.  He is a retir More...

Sports

Carroll wins 4th Sectional championship

Carroll’s fourth quarter play in Class 2A Sectional 37 catapulted the Cougars to their fourth straight sectional title at Fountain Central on Saturday. More...

Game schedule and ticket information

Saturday, March 12 Game One - 10 a.m. – Tipton (22-2) vs. Bluffton (16-6) Game Two - 20 minutes after Game One, North Miami (8-15) vs. Carroll (13-9) Championship Game – 8 p.m. Winner Game One vs. More...

Oracles fall in Sectional OT

By almost all accounts and any standard of measure, the 2010-11 Delphi boys basketball season was a successful and memorable one, perhaps even laying the foundation for the future years of the program. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

From the files of Hoosier Democrat, Delphi Journal, Journal Citizen and Carroll County Comet. Photo provided by Carroll County Historical Museum.  10 YEARS AGO   More...

Education

Local families needed for cultural exchange students

ASSE International Student Exchange Programs is seeking local families to host boys and girls between the ages of 15 to 18 from a variety of countries around the world. More...

Delphi students kiss pigs for funds

Carroll County is known as “the hog capital of the Midwest” to some and that moniker is suited to the fundraising activities of local Delphi students last week. More...

Sufficient sleep makes all the difference for teens

If you discovered a strategy that significantly improves teenage moods, behaviors and academic achievement, you might think you were dreaming.  But such a strategy exists, and it amounts to teenagers getting sufficient sleep each night. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Recent filings  Salin Bank and Trust Company filed complaint against Allen Furrer, Farm Credit Services of Mid-America, FLCA and Brian Eagleet.  Asset Acceptance LLC filed complaint against Amy Pritts.  State of Indiana filed complaint More...

Circuit Court

An order of dismissal was issued in Bennett Boehning & Clary LLP, Roger W. Bennett, individually, and Stuart P Boehning, individually, and Mary E. McKinney, thirdparty plaintiff, vs. Windy Lane Farms Inc. and Hal G. Brown, Sue M. Brown, Ty W. More...

Property Sales

Dec. 30 – 507 Armory Rd., Delphi, $2,809,000. Delphi Community School Corporation to Delphi Community Multi School Building School Corporation.  Jan. 10 – 529E. 100N., Flora (three parcels), $0. More...

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