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Public can give input into search for superintendent

The Carroll Consolidated School Corporation Board of School Trustees is providing all district employees and interested community members an opportunity to have a say as to the desired qualities and abilities of the new leader to replace retiring sch More...

Veterans group to showcase mayoral candidates

Wednesday forum to help voters decide

Delphi voters are being given the opportunity to hear and compare two mayoral candidates side-by-side tonight, Wednesday, at 7 p.m. Delphi American Legion Post #75 will host a 90-minute mayoral candidate/debate at the Legion Hall, 211 S. More...

Local News

Long-time postal worker retires

Friday, Nov. 4, will mark the closing of the Bringhurst Post Office and the retirement of Ruby “Peggy” Fife, age 90, who has been the Postmaster Relief at that office for many years.  More...

Midland Meals to temporarily relocate

Midland Meals has announced it will temporarily provide meals to Senior citizens at the Freedom Center on S. Washington St. effective yesterday, Nov. 1. Meals have been provided at the Stone Barn on N. Washington St.  More...

Deadline for America’s Farmers Grow Communities Program is Nov. 30

During the season of giving, Indiana farmers can get into the holiday spirit by signing up to win $2,500 for their favorite local nonprofit organizations through America’s Farmer’s Grow Communities ., sponsored by the Monsanto Fund. More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Pillow squawk

My wife and I still reflect back on the Sunday night we agreed that we had truly learned the secret of life. That morning’s sermon, that was it alright. More...

Political Cartoon

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Capital Comments

Europe is caught in-between

The biggest threat to our economy these days comes from Europe. The Greek government borrowed a lot of money that it cannot repay. If Greece defaults the resulting financial crisis could plunge the world back into recession.  More...

Society

Moffitt, Mooradian wed

Kelly Moffitt of Flora and Brandon Mooradian of Perry, Mich., were united in marriage at 4:30 p.m. July 29 at Hawk Hollow Chapel in Bath, Mich.  Pastor Raymond Sundell of the Shaftsburg United Methodist Church officiated.  More...

Junior Gardener class to make nature angel

The next Junior Gardener class, sponsored by Purdue Extension and Carroll County Master Gardeners, will be Nov. 8 from 6:30 to 7 p.m. at the 4-H Building in Flora. More...

Births

Zachary Cook and April (Studebaker) Hunley of Flora are parents of a 7-pound, 12- ounce daughter, Katarina Tracilyn Cook, born Oct. 25 at IU Clarian Arnett Hospital in Lafayette. More...

Education

Delphi school board to lose one member

The Delphi Community Board of School Trustees will be one member shy when Deer Creek Township representative Rob Aldrich submits his planned resignation. More...

Carroll students attend National FFA Convention

Carroll FFA members attending the 84th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis Oct. More...

Cougar of the Month

Carroll Elementary’s October Cougar of the Month is Tina Miller, nominated by kindergartener Aubrey Salts. Aubrey thanked Mrs. Miller for all of her support through a tough start to her kindergarten year. As Cougar of the Month, Mrs. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Recent filing  Credit Acceptance Corporation filed a complaint against Bradley Manfre.  Donald Ward and Elizabeth Warner filed a complaint against Kristin Sparks and James Sparks.  Community Hospital filed a complaint against Ryan A. More...

Marriage Licenses

Brady J. Peters, 26, Bringhurst, and Ashley B. Dilling, 22, Monticello.  Troy E. Smith, 41, and Janet A. White, 31, both of Delphi.   More...

Circuit Court

CACH LLC filed a complaint against Kenneth W. Brovont.  Capital One Bank (USA) N.A. filed complaints against the following: Robert Bowen; Constance S. Iddings; and Robert R. Easton.  Midland Funding LLC filed a complaint against David J. More...

Breaking News - 11/8/2011 8:08 PM

Strasser successful in his bid for re-election

City council challenger victorious over incumbent; Camden elects Democratic council

   Incumbent Democrat Delphi Mayor Randy Strasser was successful in his bid for re-election by a slight edge over challengers Republican Gary Hathaway and Independent Ron Bogan in Tuesday’s municipal election. More...

Elections set in Delphi and Camden

Tuesday’s municipal elections will only affect the City of Delphi and the Town of Camden. Delphi voters will choose a mayor and the District 2 City Council member. More...

City council depletes savings by $1M

The Delphi City Council voted unanimously in a special meeting to take $1 million from unappropriated funds in city general for special projects and for use as advance money to pay for utility needs associated with construction of the Hoosier Heartla More...

Community

Brouwer juried into exhibition

Carroll County artist Rena Brouwer has been juried into the Watercolor Society of Indiana’s 29th Annual Exhibition.  Fifty-two members were juried into the show.  Her painting, titled “Beloved,” is of a donkey she saw nor More...

Bush to compete in NAILE

Lauren Bush of Flora has entered four head of market hogs in the swine division of the 38th annual North American International Livestock Exposition (NAILE). More...

Announcements

A SCRAP METAL DRIVE is being held at Deer Creek Park through Nov. 15. Place your surplus metal in the designated metal recycling dumpster. Proceeds from the donations will help the county parks.   More...

Sports

CC Youth Soccer League

U14 champion team The Green Team, coached by Bridget Wolfe (back left) and Kim Bean (back right), won the Carroll County Soccer League U14 tournament division. More...

Tigers maul Oracles

Hoping to continue their sectional trek for another week the Delphi football squad had its thoughts of an upset of the (9-1) Northwestern Tigers. Those ideas were displaced early in the game and fell by a 55-7 score.  More...

Oracles bow out in regional

The Lady Oracles Volleyball Team lost last week in the opening round of the Regional to sixth ranked Southwood (28-8) 25-18, 25-19, 25-17.  According to coach Suzanne Hughes, the Oracle ladies were in every game but could not quite pull out a vi More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

More on ‘Hope’

Earlier in the year, I wrote a brief article for this column about putting your hope in God based on Psalms 43:5. It was my desire then to encourage you to always put your hope in God no matter what comes your way in life. More...

Announcements

The COVENTRY QUARTET will be singing at Valley View Baptist Church, Flora, on Nov. 6 at 9:30 a.m.   More...

Yeoman church sets dedication ceremony

A dedication ceremony will be held Nov. 6 at the Yeoman United Methodist Church. Plans have been completed for the new construction. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO  A mural telling the story of Flora and those who live there is now complete. The mural, located on the outer east wall of the J-Ann Shop at the corner of Center and Main streets, was created by Brenda Daly-Reid. More...

Obituaries

M. Lucille Brown

   M. Lucille Brown, 91, of Flora, died at 8:24 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. More...

Lela Neptune

Lela Neptune, 100, formerly of Bethany Park, Brooklyn, Indiana, passed away Thursday morning, Oct. 27, 2011, at North Woods Village, Kokomo.  She was born Oct. 5, 1911, in Walpole, Ill., the daughter of George and Sallie (Daniells) Ellis. More...

Jewel Napp Scowden

Jewel Napp Scowden, 86, formerly of Delphi, died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011, at Monticello Assisted Living and Healthcare.   A homemaker, she was married in 1946 to Chester P. Scowden, who preceded her in death in 1999. More...

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