January 18, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

County goes high-tech to liquidate tax burdens

Carroll County Commissioners decided Tuesday morning to offer properties online which have property taxes due to bidders beginning in March. The county will use SRI Inc. for online certificate sales. More...

Local News

County resident named outstanding blood donor

Each year, the Indiana- Ohio Blood Services Region recognizes an Outstanding Blood Donor in each county. More...

New council member an independent thinker

The new Delphi City Council District 1 member John Bennett ran unopposed in last November’s Cities and Towns election and he was not interviewed before the election. However, Bennett took his seat at the Jan. More...

Wastewater fix costs Delphi

The Delphi Board of Works approved a six-month pilot program Monday afternoon to hopefully correct operational issues at the City’s wastewater treatment plant and bring the City into compliance with Indiana Department of Environmental Managemen More...

Sports

Oracles earn White County Tournament three-peat

Delphi won its third consecutive White County Tournament championship Saturday night with a 62-44 victory over Frontier in the title game. The Oracles defeated North White 61-42 in the morning semi-final.  More...

Oracle JV win White County Tournament

The Delphi JV also claimed the White County Tournament championship Monday night with a 39-32 victory over host Tri-County in the title game, after defeating North White 43-20 in the opening round.  More...

Lady C’s drop close game to Winamac, beat Caston

Carroll hosted the Winamac Warriors for a hardwood battle last week. The Warriors escaped with a hard-fought 48-40 victory over the Cougars.  More...

Society

Shafer, Adams vows pledged

Eric Douglas Shafer and Carrie Marie Adams, both of Logansport, were united in marriage Oct. 29 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church in Camden. More...

Service News

Completes training

Air Force Airman Ian C. More...

99th birthday

Bessie Riggle will celebrate her 99th birthday on Jan. 23.  Cards may be sent to her at: 215 North Division St., Apt. 42, Flora, IN 46929.   More...

Obituaries

Juanita Brehmer Scott

Juanita F. “Pete” Brehmer Scott, 85, of Delphi, died Wednesday morning, Jan. 18, 2012, at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center, Delphi. She had been a resident there for 21 months, and in failing health. More...

Jimmie Lee Miller

Jimmie Lee Miller, 85, Flora, died at 4:02 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, at Howard Regional Health System, Kokomo. More...

Marilyn Starkson

Marilyn “Jean” Starkson, 77, of Camden, passed away at 5:03 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2012, at Seton Specialty Hospital in Lafayette. More...

Special Sections

Two vehicle crash on Boone’s Curve

      Carroll County Sheriffs officials believe traveling too fast for winter road conditions combined with deteriorating road surface conditions caused a serious two-vehicle crash Thursday morning. More...

FAFSA help session for seniors and parents

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Carroll science project not slated to raise tax rate

Carroll School Board conducted a 1028 hearing on the proposed science facilities project on Jan. More...

Day 1 filing for offices…and we have a race for Surveyor!

Wednesday, Jan. 11 at 8 a.m. was the first opportunity for any Carroll County resident to file to run for public office in 2012. More...

Community

Announcements

AMERICAN LEGION LADIES’ AUXILIARY SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats) analysis will be Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hall, 211 S. Washington St., Delphi. More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

This week I wrap up the latest installment of “better for you” recipes with some great breakfast fare that won’t break your calorie bank. More...

Bloodmobile coming to Flora Jan. 26

January is National Volunteer Blood Donor Month. In America, every two seconds someone needs blood. The need is constant, while the supply isn’t. More...

Opinions & Letters

Midwest Memo

Point of view

A good fictional story is told from a point of view. The narrator of the story can be the main character, the hero for instance. Or, the story can be relayed by a minor character observer, like the sidekick. More...

Cartoon

Full Story

Making connections

In this hustle and bustle world, it is sometimes easy to forget about those things in life that are most meaningful. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

Nourishment for our souls

Bowls of chili sit on our plates. A pan of cornbread, fresh out of the oven, sits in the middle of the table. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO   Tim Conner’s fifth grade class at Hillcrest entered a movie contest and won a digital movie camera and a microscope that attaches to the computer. More...

Education

Ivy Tech Corporate College to host inaugural business expo

Ivy Tech Corporate College Kokomo Region is hosting Corporate College Expo, a free event designed to introduce the public to short-term training solutions to increase their marketability or advancement in their current career. More...

Meeting set for incoming CES kindergarten students

Parents of pre-kindergarten children are encouraged to attend an informational meeting with the Carroll Elementary School kindergarten teachers on Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 7 p.m. More...

EDUCATION NEWS

KYLE BENDER of Delphi is one of 249 students at Wabash College who have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2011 semester. A senior, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Bender.   More...

Public Records

Real Estate Transfers

James H. Mayer and Michelle H. Mayer to Michael L. Hopkins and Ann J. Hopkins, quit claim. Military discharge  Josh A. Thorp from the U.S. Army Assumed business name  Sarah Phillips for Caribbean Tan.   More...

Superior Court

Recent filings  St. More...

Circuit Court

Recent filings  Midland Funding filed a complaint against Roy Walkup.  First Financial Bank filed a complaint against George Kirlin, GMAC Mortgage LLC, J.&K. More...