July 2, 2014 RSS feed / Local News

Gray Bridge dedication at Canal Days this weekend

Delphi’s annual canal days will be held Saturday, July 5 from 10-4, and Sunday July 6 from 12-4 at the Wabash and Erie Canal Park, 1030 N. More...

Meandering Melodies

Out of the Fast Lane

One-sided   More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

Brad and I are once again trying our hand and testing our willpower with a return to low-carb eating. I can’t lie; it’s been a struggle! But, we’re on day 14 and neither of us has cheated….so far. More...

Police Calls

Police reports are gathered from available records on file at local police departments. This information is a matter of public record and does not imply quilt or innocence. More...

DCSC superintendent realigns administrative staff

The Delphi Community School Board accepted High School Principal Kyle Trebley’s resignation in a special board meeting last week. The board met in executive session for more than two hours prior to the public meeting.  More...

S.R. 18 east of Flora closes

INDOT has closed S.R. 18 east of Flora for a pipe replacement project. The work should be completed and the roadway reopened by Thursday afternoon according to INDOT Northwest District Media Relations Manager Matt Deitchley. More...

Carroll FFA members win state contests

Carroll FFA Chapter returned from the recent State FFA Convention with many awards. More...

Austin Ladd receives FFA State Star award

2014 graduate of Rossville High School and recipient of FFA’s highest state honor

There are only four recipients of the Indiana FFA Star Award each year, one each for the categories of Farmer, Agribusiness, Agricultural Placement, and Agriscience. More...

State applies for No Child Left Behind waiver

The Indiana Department of Education submitted its application for a waiver from aspects of No Child Left Behind June 30. The application was submitted to the United States Department of Education. More...

Third annual SodaFest to be held July 11-12

Some people can point to a defining moment in their lives. More...

Flora Psi Otes are recognized for projects and contributions

Beta Alpha Chapter of Psi Iota Xi was honored with several awards presented at National Convention held June 21-22 in Fort Wayne.  The Flora sorority placed first in three categories: 1) Total active members; 2) Total profit from money-making pr More...

Public invited to see wheat harvesting using old-time equipment

Marion Klutzke of 1928 North 550 West in West Lafayette will hold the 12th Annual Little ‘K’ Wheat Harvest where the spring wheat on his family farm is harvested using Vintage Allis- Chalmers All-Crop Combines and an Allis-Chalmers Rumley More...

July 4th offers fireworks and more

Individuals looking for special Independence Day celebrations this weekend can choose from various activities and fireworks displays in Delphi and Flora. Delphi  More...

Members of 1975 Delphi singing group sought in Cold Case investigation

Cold Case investigators with the Indiana State Police are seeking information about a singing group believed to be from Delphi to help solve a murder case that occurred in northeast Indiana nearly 40 years ago. More...

Police and military honor Deputy Calvin

State Road 18 will be closed to through traffic between SR 29 and SR 75 Monday, July 7, for the funeral procession for fallen Tipton County Deputy and Carroll County native, Jacob Calvin.  More...

Lasting impressions

“Kids these days!” It’s a refrain heard over and over again, especially when kids have done something wrong. More...

APC negotiates with salvage yard attorney

Although a July 22 court date has been set for a judge to hear a lawsuit the Carroll County Area Plan Commission (APC) brought against Linda K. More...

Carroll teacher Kistler retires

Teacher Sandy Kistler has decided she will ease out of retirement slowly.  More...

Lots of legs and laughs

Purdue Assistant Professor of Entomology and Director of Purdue’s Entomological Research Collection Jen Zaspel stopped by the Flora library last week to introduce a few friends.  More...

APC gives City pass for Canal Commons housing

BZA scrutinizes late requests

A low-income housing project named “Canal Commons” at two sites, needs five variances and a special exception from the County before builders can proceed with plans, according to paperwork provided June 24. More...