July 11, 2012 RSS feed / Front Page

New principal named for Carroll Jr.-Sr. H.S.

  Carroll School Board named a new principal for Carroll Jr.-Sr. High School at a special meeting Saturday morning.  Angela Moreman comes to Carroll from Carmel Middle School where she was assistant principal. More...

Boaters warned of hazards on Lake Freeman

Due to the forced lowering of water levels on Lake Freeman in White and Carroll counties, the Shafer and Freeman Lakes Environmental Conservation Corporation (SFLECC) is issuing a warning to all boaters on Lake Freeman More...

Lake Freeman – How low can it go?

The United States Fish and Wildlife Service directed NIPSCO last week to discharge water from Lake Freeman to maintain a water level in the Tippecanoe River which will support river mussel life. More...

Alloy Custom Products plans expansion

Alloy Custom Products Inc. is expanding its operations near Delphi. The company will spend about $1.5 million to expand and equip a 14,500 square-foot addition to its existing factory. More...

Local News

Midwest Memo

Field of vision

When seated at the pipe organ counsel, the organist at the First Presbyterian Church in Delphi faces the choir loft straight on. To the organist’s immediate left is the dark, wood lectern most often used by the minister. More...

Flora rezones property for Reinke shrimp farm

Flora Town Council approved a recommendation by the town’s area plan commission to rezone property along SR 75S for a shrimp farm that Jerry and Cindy Reinke want to construct there. More...

American Red Cross urges donations during heat of summer

The American Red Cross wants the public to know that July is Disaster Education and Awareness Month and one way to prepare for a disaster is to donate blood. More...

Sports

Delphi 10U All-Stars

Delphi 10U All-Stars went undefeated (4-0) at the recent Tri-County Tourney held at Flora. More...

Tourney champions

Flora’s 8U team won its first ever district tourney Monday at Delphi. Flora defeated Williamsport and then lost to Rossville on Saturday. 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. More...

Education

New assistant principal named for Carroll Elementary School

Carroll Elementary School has a new assistant principal. Tiffany Myers of Kokomo was hired at the July 3 Carroll School Board meeting. More...

EDUCATION NEWS

ANDREW HUGHES of Flora recently graduated from Trine University in Angola with a Bachelor of Science degree in Design Engineering Technology. More...

Garrison selected for Red Cross Leadership Program

Indiana Tech student and Carroll graduate Megan Garrison has been selected to participate in the 2012-13 Red Cross/NAIA Collegiate Leadership Program. She is an accounting major from Burlington and a member of the women’s golf team. More...

Special Sections

EMA Director tries to calm river/lake fears

I know that lake levels and river flows have been a big concern this week, and I also know that there are some inaccurate and dramatic-sounding reports out there, based on “eyewitness” reports. More...

County under ‘Heat Advisory’ until Tuesday night

According to a press release from the Carroll County Emergency Management Office, the National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a heat advisory for Carroll County effective from noon to 8 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (local time) Tuesday. More...

USDA designates 36 counties disaster areas

Carroll County is on the list

Carroll County is one of 36 Indiana counties that were designated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) as primary natural disaster areas due to the losses caused by extreme drought. More...

It’s 4-H fair time in Carroll County

The 2012 Carroll County 4-H Fair offers fairgoers a week of livestock shows, 4-H projects, food, fun and free entertainment. Activities begin Friday evening and continue throughout the week until the following Friday, July 20. More...

DCSC talks disposition of Middle School Gym

Rumors have been flying around the community for months about the Delphi School Corporation liquidating its assets in the Middle School Gymnasium by gifting the structure to various organizations. More...

Community

Meetings

Delphi CWF The CWF of the Delphi Christian Church met July 2 with Pat Mulbarger as hostess. Eleven members answered roll call by telling the name of their childhood pet. Pat Curts gave the worship on the history of the American and Christian flags. More...

Announcements

The CARROLL COUNTY AREA PLAN COMMISSION OFFICE will be closed July 19. More...

Flora 50th anniversary

Dave and Millie Flora, 1311W 750S, Cutler, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house on July 14 at the Bennett Room, Rossville. Hosted by their children, the event will be from 4 to 8 p.m. More...

Opinions & Letters

Recycle pop cans at fair

To the vendors at the fair: Please set out containers for soda pop cans so they may be recycled. The cans themselves can bring in a little money, and it’s a shame to send them to the landfill when they are so easily recycled. More...

Hats off to the Delphi Lions Club

This past weekend, more specifically, Saturday July 7, the continued streak of recent hot temperatures was present during the annual Delphi Lions Club Independence weekend parade. More...

Faith

Lessons from the Heart

Try, Try, Again

You may not know the name Chuck Negron, but you have probably heard his music. For more than a decade (‘70s), he sang with the rock band Three Dog Night. More...

Announcements

Delphi First Assembly of God will distribute FREE FOOD BOXES, sponsored by the Lafayette Food Finders Food Bank, July 21 at 9 a.m. in the church foyer area. Food will be given to only one person per household and income guidelines must be met. More...

Obituaries

Richard W. Lawrie

Richard W. “Bob” Lawrie, 82, of rural Delphi, died Saturday, July 7, 2012, at his residence. Bob resided in Carroll and White counties all of his life. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Recent filings Robert L. Moore was charged with unlawful means of taking fish. Nicolas L. Gonzalez was charged with violation of rule adopted by director. Adolfo Robles was charged with unlawful taking or chasing a wild animal without a license. More...

Circuit Court

- Judge Donald Currie

Recent filings American Acceptance Company LLC filed complaints against the following: Shelly Martin; Kim Mann; Darsha Livesay; and Nicholas Hobbs. James M. Grigsby Sr. More...

Restaurant Inspections

The Dinner Bell (Burlington) Routine inspection: 6/4-6/15/12 Summary of violations: No violations noted. Burlington Mara-Mart Routine inspection: 6/4-6/15/12 Summary of violations: 1 non-critical 1. Vent hood has accumulation of grease and dust. More...