September 14, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Stone Barn goes to Historical Society

The Delphi City Council agreed by consensus Monday night to transfer ownership of the Stone Barn on North Washington St. to the Carroll County Historical Society. More...

Local News

Indiana author visits Delphi September 17

“An Afternoon on the Porch” with Indiana author and Quaker minister Philip Gulley will be Sep. 17 at 1 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church, 213 South Indiana St., Delphi. More...

Carroll County tax sale scheduled

Carroll County will conduct a tax sale Sept. 16 for delinquent properties that have delinquent taxes and special assessments due from the prior year’s spring installment. More...

Suspected vandalism leaves Jackson Twp. Park with unusually high water bill

Camden Town Council met Sept. 8 and heard a request for a water adjustment along with updates on current projects.  More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Listening and timing

Years ago a controversy bubbled up inside an organization to which I still belong today. As far as controversies go, this one had it all: big personalities, litigation and millions of dollars at stake. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Ceremony was just what the community needed

The community owes a “Thank You” to the Delphi Tri-Township Fire Protection Territory, and specifically Curtis Borden, for hosting a wellthought out ceremony to honor those who died in the Sept. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

How do you handle it?

Have you ever seen someone who was going through a rough time? Maybe they were just having a bad day. Were they stomping around, getting drunk, or maybe saying words that they usually don’t say and would not want their mothers to hear? More...

Announcements

BIBLE STUDY FELLOWSHIP, an interdenominational women’s Bible study, will study the Acts of the Apostles beginning Sept. 15 at Kossuth Street Baptist Church, 2901 Kossuth Street, Lafayette. The classes meet from 9:15 a.m. to 11:05 a.m. 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       Flora one day, date unknown.  More...

Education

DCSC to host anti-bullying program

The local chapters of Rachel’s Challenge and S.A.D.D. at Delphi Community High School and Middle School will bring the national antibullying program “Rachel’s Legacy” to the students and community on Oct. More...

4-H News

Junior Leaders callout   All 4-H’ers in 7th grade and above are eligible to be in Junior Leaders. More...

Sport shorts

Danielle Burge   Delphi’s Danielle Burge is a leading defensive player for the Ancilla College volleyball team.  In their season opener she helped the Lady Chargers win in straight sets over Morton College by scores of 25-16, 25-11, 2 More...

Public Records

Because the public has a right to know…

The Comet publishes government meetings weekly to provide understanding of which government meetings are happening, when and where.   More...

Restaurant Inspections

Inspection information submitted by the Carroll County Health Department from Aug. 26-Sept.  More...

Superior Court

Recent filings  Amber N. More...

Carroll moves forward with science renovation

Superintendent retires, AD hired

Carroll School Board is advertising in this week’s newspaper for bids for a General Obligation Note to fund improvements to the Carroll Jr.-Sr. High School science facilities. More...

Burlington Festival promises fun-filled weekend

Burlington’s annual Fall Festival offers a weekend filled with fun, food and entertainment. More...

DPS receives award from Indiana Landmarks

Delphi Preservation Society received the Servaas Memorial Award in the nonprofit category at the Indiana Landmarks 51st annual meeting in Indianapolis on Sept. More...

Community

100th birthday

Rose L. Pullen will celebrate her 100th birthday on Sept. 20.  She was born to Lydia Eikenberry Beckner and Frank Beckner at their home.  She graduated from Camden High School and lived east of Flora all her married life. More...

Harrell 40th anniversary

John and Susan Harrell, 3790 South SR 29, Burlington, were married 40 years on Aug. 28. They celebrated with a family dinner and will take a trip to Virginia this fall.  Harrell and the former Susan McCoullogh were married Aug. More...

Professional Briefs

DR. ZACHARY PARRETT has joined the St. Mary’s Health System Physician Network in Evansville as a pediatric psychology fellow and will be seeing children through the St. Mary’s Center for Children.  More...

Sports

Indians outrun Oracles

In a game that saw just six plays that were passing plays, all by host Delphi, the Twin Lakes squad completely dominated the ground game in posting a 21-6 victory.  More...

Sheridan’s strength, speed and quickness is too much for Cougars

It would be great to say that this game was close, but raw talent has a way of making that not the case. The Blackhawks of Sheridan lived up to their hype, defeating the Cougars 53-6.  More...

Diamond Dash is Saturday in Delphi

The second ann u a l Delphi Diamond Dash will be Saturday. The USATF certified 5 K run/walk (3.1 miles) will start from Delphi’s Historic Courthouse Square at 8:30 a.m. More...

Society

Engagements

Dilling-Peters   Steven and Betty Dilling of Monticello announce the engagement of their daughter, Ashley Brook Dilling, to Brady Joel Peters. More...

25th anniversary open house

Beth and Tim Canen of Camden will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house on Sept. 24. The event, hosted by their family, will be held at St. More...

Dauenhauer-Sorrells

Erika Dauenhauer and Brady Sorrells announce their engagement and approaching marriage.  They are planning an Oct. 8 wedding at Flora United Methodist Church.  More...

Obituaries

Thomas W. Goff

Thomas W. Goff, 67, of Mishawaka, formerly of Delphi, died at 4:24 p.m. Sept. 8, 2011, at St. More...

Fred R. Rodkey

Fred Raymond Rodkey, 79, of Rossville, died at 1:02 a.m. Friday, Sept. 9, 2011, at his residence.  He owned and operated Ralph Rodkey Implement in Rossville for 40 years, retiring in 1996.  More...

Wilma Jean McVay

Wilma Jean Kyburz McVay, 86, of West Lafayette, formerly of Lafayette and Idaville, died at 5:55 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011, at I.U. Arnett Hospital, Lafayette, as the result of a stroke.  More...

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