April 18, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

County voters are encouraged to learn about their candidates

Carroll County voters will have the opportunity to hear candidates explain how their positions differ from their opponents as well as to pose questions to the candidates in writing in the upcoming Primary Election in an April 26 debate. More...

Local News

Women’s luncheon to feature Dr. Sally Miller

Dr. Sally Downham Miller will be the speaker at the 5th Annual Women’s Celebration Luncheon to be held Wednesday, April 25, in Delphi.  Miller is an international speaker on grieving, overcoming loss and building resilience. More...

Call-out for volunteers for Canal Earth Day

This Saturday is an opportunity for volunteers to come and help with PROJECT W.E.E.D or “Wabash & Erie Earth Day,” beginning at 9 a.m. at Canal Park, Delphi. More...

Camp Riley open for children with physical disabilities

Camp Riley empowers children with physical disabilities by providing enriching, life-changing experiences in a traditional camping environment tailored to their individual needs. More...

Sports

Oracle baseball earns first-ever #1 state ranking

Delphi’s baseball team earned its first-ever #1 ranking in the latest Class 2A coaches poll released on Monday.  The Oracles are 7-2 after wins over Class 1A #2- ranked Frontier and Clinton Prairie last week, before dropping their Hoosier More...

Garrison has successful golf season at Indiana Tech

For the spring portion of the golf season at Indiana Tech, Megan Garrison of Burlington has finished 7th, 3rd, 1st and 2nd. For the combined fall and spring in 12 events, she has 11 top 5 finishes and 12 top 10 finishes, with 4 wins. More...

Carroll’s Hodson resigns

Carroll Coach Jeff Hodson stepped down as varsity basketball coach last week after serving 11 seasons in that position.  More...

Education

DCMS names honor roll students

Delphi Community Middle School Principal Kyle Trebley announces the honor roll from the third nine weeks. A Honor Roll  EIGHTH GRADE – Miranda Clingenpeel, Miranda Edwards, Kayleigh Gibson, Kolby Kinzie and Wyatt Lucas.  More...

June workshop will help educators

Purdue University faculty, Extension staff and Project WILD will join together to provide educators an introduction to mammals, June 25- 29, at Purdue University.  More...

Ivy Tech encourages students to register early

Ivy Tech Community College is urging all current students and new students to register for summer and fall courses as quickly as possible due to previous capacity constraints and the number of new students registering for courses.  Both summer a More...

Public Records

Property Sales

Information shown is obtained from sales disclosure forms on file at the Carroll County assessor’s office. By law, buyers and sellers are responsible for the accuracy of information provided on the forms. Delphi  More...

Superior Court

Douglas K. Carroll, 56, Rensselaer, pled guilty to reckless driving. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail with 178 days suspended for probation.  Joshua A. Miller, 30, Kokomo, pled guilty to driving while suspended with a prior conviction. More...

Marriage Licenses

Hector H. Lugo-Molina, 27, Lafayette, and Laura Martinez Ramirez, 20, Delphi.   More...

Comet to feature readers’ favorite teachers

The Comet is inviting readers to help honor outstanding local teachers and former teachers during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7-11.  More...

Traffic detour for HHH announced for south of Delphi

‘Hog Alley Detour’ begins within two weeks

Road closures due to the construction of the Hoosier Heartland Highway have been anticipated by area residents for months, if not years. More...

Carroll board makes technology purchases

When the Carroll School Board met with the Student Council in March, students asked for technology improvements. Superintendent Chris Lagoni told students that certain “infrastructure” would have to be added first.  More...

Community

Tri Kappa celebrates anniversary

Members of the Gamma Alpha Chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa met April 10 at Bresnahan’s to celebrate the 91st anniversary of the Delphi Chapter. More...

Flower & Garden Fair to be April 28 in Flora

Carroll County Garden Club is sponsoring the 16th annual Carroll County Flower and Garden Fair on Saturday, April 28, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Community Thank You

The Carroll County Community Center’s “Three- Month Challenge” winners are Steve Scott and Gina Peters. They both had a total percentage of weight loss of 13 percent over a 13-week time span. More...

Society

Swain, Boyles exchange vows

Chantal N. Swain of Lochbouie, Colo., and Brandon C. Boyles of Westminster, Colo., formerly of Camden, exchanged marriage vows Aug. 25 at an outdoor venue in Westminster. More...

Gray-LeFebvre

Philip and Pat Gray of Delphi announce the engagement of their daughter, Erin, to Brian LeFebvre. He is the son of Mary and Joe LeFebvre of Red Lodge, Mont.  The bride-elect is a 2002 graduate of Carroll High School. More...

Boyles-Bickling

Ken and Jeane Boyles of Westminster, Colo., formerly of Camden, announce the engagement of their daughter, Amber Boyles, also formerly of Camden, to John Bickling, both of Thornton, Colo. More...

Obituaries

Lela M. Young

Lela M. Young, 93, of Logansport, died at 4:05 p.m. Sunday, April 15, 2012, at Memorial Hospital, Logansport. Born June 24, 1918, in Hawkins County, Tenn., she was the daughter of Charles and Mary Storey Kirkpatrick. More...

Helen Woodruff

Helen Morley Woodruff, 91, of Flora, died at 8 p.m. Monday, April 9, 2012, at St. Elizabeth East Hospital, Lafayette.  Services are pending at Genda Funeral Home, Reinke Chapel, Flora.   More...

Obituary policy

The Comet offers two choices, a free death notice and a paid obituary. The free death notice includes basic information such as when the person died, the names of their spouse and children, and their final services. More...

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