November 23, 2011 RSS feed / Front Page

Environmental site investigation approved for Carroll Manor land sale

Carroll County Commissioners approved Monday morning a contract for an environmental site investigation for the land around Carroll Manor which is to be sold to Indiana Packers Corporation (IPC).  More...

Local News

Delphi Chamber sponsors Festival of Trees and more

The Delphi Chamber of Commerce will once again sponsor a Festival of Trees in the Carroll County Courthouse rotunda. The decorated trees will be on display in the rotunda beginning Nov. 28.  Public voting will take place Nov. 28 to Dec. 3. More...

Annual Veterans Day program held in Camden

The annual Veterans Day program in Camden, sponsored by Camden American Legion Post #413, Delphi American Legion Post #75 and Delphi VFW Post #9383, was held Nov. 13 in the Camden Community Building.  More...

DCHS food drive benefits Christmas Baskets

Delphi Community High School Athletic Department is offering an incentive for students, parents, families and fans to donate canned food and other items for the school’s food drive.  More...

Sports

Inagural Indiana Kitchens Classic

Lady Oracles claim 3rd place

Delphi brought their 2-0 record into their Indiana Kitchen Classic Tournament and left with a fine performance - a 3rd place trophy and a 4-1 record. Their loss came at the hands of tournament champion Frontier on Friday evening. Delphi vs. More...

Inagural Indiana Kitchens Classic Indiana Kitchen Classic continues next week for boys

Lady Cougars open season in Classic

Carroll’s Lady Cougars began the basketball season trying to fill the roles left by Quinci Eller and Jessica Yoder, arguably two of the finest girls basketball players to wear the Blue and White.  More...

Carroll athletes earn HHC awards

Seventeen Carroll fall sports athletes were recently recognized as either 1st Team All Hoosier Heartland Conference or Honorable Mention. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

When was Jesus born?

Though many deny His existence, the fact that Jesus Christ lived on this Earth is undeniable. No other literary work of antiquity possesses more copies than does the New Testament, almost 6,000. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO  More...

Education

Delphi elementary students learn about telling stories

Lafayette author and storyteller Doyne Carson spoke with each grade level at Delphi Community Elementary School Nov. More...

Obituaries

Edward J. Reinke

A memorial service for Edward Joseph Reinke, 60, of Glencoe, Ky., will be held Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Upper Deer Creek Church, Galveston.  Reinke died Tuesday, Oct. More...

Special Sections

First weather alert for flood/snow this season

   According to Carroll County Emergency Management Agency Director Dave McDowell, the National Weather Service (NSW) in Indianapolis has issued a More...

Transportation Museum being proposed

Historical Society seeks grant

Representatives of the Carroll County Historical Society are making presentations around the county, talking about the Historical Museum and other plans.  A public presentation was made last Thursday at the Camden-Jackson Township Public Library More...

Commissioners vow to examine zoning ordinance closely

Carroll County Commissioners have the task of sifting through residents’ concerns about new county zoning ordinances and deciding what is in the best interest of all before giving final approval. More...

Community

Historical Society board members

Carroll County Historical Society met for its annual meeting and election of officers. More...

What’s Happening Elsewhere

The Kathryn Weil Center for Education will host a CAR SEAT CLINIC from 3 to 6 p.m. on Dec. 2 and from noon to 2:30 p.m. on Dec. 10. To participate in the clinics, families must make an appointment. More...

Announcements

The CHRISTMAS BASKET program is under way in Carroll County. Kathy La- Fond is taking names through Dec. 1 of persons in need of a basket. More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Thankfully

I rarely initiate the “How are you?” greeting that is so common these days. More...

Cartoon

Full Story

Be thankful

The countdown to Christmas has begun and the push to shop, shop, shop ‘til we drop is under way. Black Friday sales are now on and before Thanksgiving. We have no time to catch our breath or we’ll miss out on some great deal.  More...

Society

Pinnick, Zook pledge vows

Jessica Pinnick and Cole Zook exchanged wedding vows at a 4:30 p.m. ceremony July 9 at Tabernacle Christian Church in Franklin.  The bride is the daughter of Jeff and Debbie Pinnick of Franklin. More...

Smiths married 70 years

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith of 1112 S. More...

Yeakley 60th anniversary

Lee Wayne and Freda Yeakley will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary on Nov. 25.  Yeakley and the former Freda Trapp were married Nov. More...

Public Records

Circuit Court

Recent filings  Midland Funding LLC filed a complaint against George Kerlin.  Capital One Bank (U.S.A.) N.A. filed a Stacy Lindsey.  Barclays Bank Delaware filed a complaint against Carla Cogswell.  Wells Fargo Bank N.A. More...

Superior Court

Recent filings  Atlantic Credit & Finance filed a complaint against Shayne Hart and Patricia Hart.  The National Mutual Insurance Company filed a complaint against Electrolux Home Products Inc.  Robert A. Lucas D.D.S. More...

Marriage Licenses

Brad M. Graybill, 20, Flora and Lindsay N. Skiles, 19, Rossville.  Patrick P. Boyles Jr., 26, and Joleen R. Hicks, 29, both of Flora.  Darren A. Hefner Sr., 38, and Shannon R. Simons, 41, both of Yeoman.   More...