May 18, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

A piece of history is uncovered

Local artist’s work discovered by Oddfellows

When a historic building undergoes renovation, artifacts from the past are frequently discovered. This was the situation when the Oddfellows recently began to renovate the interior of their building on S. Washington St. in Delphi.  More...

Local News

Tinsman named Area IV officer

Area IV Agency on Aging and Community Action Programs held its annual meeting May 10 in West Lafayette.  More...

Flower planting at the canal

May 21 is designated flower planting day at Canal Park and along the trails in Delphi. Groups, individuals, and families are invited to come and help, beginning at 9 a.m. at the park.  More...

Deadline nears to enter Little Miss/Mister Contest

The deadline to enter the 33rd Annual Carroll Little Miss and the 15th Annual Carroll Little Mister Contest is June 1. The contest will be held July 10 at 7 p.m. in the show arena at the Carroll County 4- H Fairgrounds in Flora.  More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Drifting

My best friend Chris and I bought an old rowboat back when we were teenagers with a few extra bucks and weekends free.  The boat was wooden, handmade with a beautiful varnished interior. More...

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Capital Comments

National Emergency Medical Services Week

May 15-21 is National Emergency Medical Services Week, a time when we recognize the many emergency medical services (EMS) providers who dedicate themselves to making others better.  More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

Sheepish?

Jesus talks about sheep and shepherds. What are some facts about these woolly creatures we call sheep? 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. More...

Education

EDUCATION NEWS

JEFF MANNING graduated May 7 from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio. He received a Master of Science degree from the Student Affairs in Higher Education Program within the Education Department of Leadership. More...

4-H News

Swine showmanship   A 4-H swine showmanship workshop will be held at the 4-H Fairgrounds at 6:30 p.m. May 24.  PQA Certification   PQA Plus Certification Training will be held at the 4-H Building at 7:30 p.m. May 24. More...

Grissom display comes to CES for hands-on experience

Carroll Elementary has cut back on its field trips, so a would-be excursion came to the school instead. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Recent filings  Accounts Recovery Bureau Inc. filed complaints against: Joseph Perez; Casey Pearson; Patricia Hollenbeck; Emily Lanum; Sharon Littleton; Ryan Riley; Timothy York; and Melissa L. Filbrun.  More...

Circuit Court

American Express Centurion Bank filed a complaint against Lawrence Moser.  Midland Funding filed complaints against the following: Duane Flora; Sharon Watson; Maria Rodriguez; Karisa Maiden; Tammy Gray; and Rebecca Deasey.  G.E. More...

Real Estate Transfers

Deanna Pearson to Deanna Pearson life estate, Katrina L. Coghill and Karla Anne Cronk, warranty deed.  Gary D. Bean and Kimberly A. Bean to Jerry A. Summers and Rhonda L. More...

CR800S. residents object to gravel

One of the many concerns addressed by all county commissioners is the condition of the county roads. Carroll County is no different. More...

Delphi to practice selective parking ordinance enforcement

On the first day of enforcement of the City of Delphi’s parking ordinance, Mayor Randy Strasser announced to the board of works that he and police chief John Chapman have decided to choose at which locations the ordinance will be enforced. More...

Announcements

Bringhurst United Methodist Church is offering a three-part series called FIVE WISHES that will focus on health care decisions related to dying, preferences for how you want to be treated, and what is important for loved ones to know. More...

Community

County’s first graders take nature field trip

May 10 and 12 weather stayed nice enough to allow Carroll County first graders the opportunity to visit Peterson’s Pond for their annual field day. The days were rain free and warm.  More...

Professional Briefs

ERIC ROSS has joined Security Federal Savings Bank Delphi to oversee bank operations and expand commercial lending. He brings 27 years of banking experience to Security Federal.  More...

95th birthday

Donald Helvie of Walton was 95 on May 6. He retired from the Pennsylvania Railroad and worked as a carpenter. He has one son, Nelson Helvie (wife: Jackie) of Flora, two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. More...

Sports

Wagner and Wallace win conference championships

The Delphi boys’ and girls’ track and field teams completed another successful week. The Oracles won the Frankfort Invitational Co-Ed Relays and both the boys and girls placed third in the Hoosier Conference Championships. More...

Oracles split conference games with Tipton

Delphi split a Hoosier Conference doubleheader at Tipton Saturday 7-4 and 9-6, after dropping a pair of conference games against Class 3A #6-ranked West Lafayette 7-5 last Tuesday and 7-1 last Wednesday.  More...

Grace to play soccer at Benedictine University

Benedictine University at Springfield, Ill., has announced the commitment of Meagan Grace to compete for the Bulldog’s Women’s Soccer Program.  “Meagan is a great find for us,” Coach Nikki Bull-Eguez said. More...

Obituaries

Anthony V. Hatfield

Anthony “Tony” Vincent Hatfield died Sunday, May 8, 2011, at his home in Lecce, Italy. He fought a courageous battle against a brain tumor. More...

Joann M. Jenkins

Joann Marie Jenkins, 73, of Flora, formerly of Delphi, died at 3:49 p.m. Saturday, May 14, 2011, at IU Health, Lafayette. More...

Helen L. Butcher

Helen L. Butcher, 63, of Delphi, died May 13, 2011, at St. Elizabeth Central, Lafayette.  She was a homemaker and babysitter.  Her husband of 36 years, Virgil Butcher, survives.  Services will be held at 1 p.m. More...

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