November 12, 2014 RSS feed / Front Page

Carroll PTO gives the gift of reading

Carroll’s PTO donated $4,225 to purchase one year of myON library software that gives students digital access to 4,000 books from 26 publishers at last week’s Carroll School Board meeting. More...

Local News

Collections to begin soon for Operation Christmas Child

An area church is a dropoff center for Operation Christmas Child. More...

Serving others

A group of 16 teenagers and three adults, Micah Hudson, Wendi Thompson, and Tara Saul, from the Delphi United Methodist Church spent four days of Delphi’s October Fall Break on a mission trip in South Bend serving at Hope Ministries and Broadwa More...

Bicentennial Commission endorses Pop Up Gallery Project

Indiana’s Bicentennial Commission (IBC) has endorsed Flora’s Pop Up Galleries as a Bicentennial Project. The galleries in downtown Flora’s storefronts highlight events or items that are relevant to the town and to the state.  More...

Opinions & Letters

Speaking up

Midwest Memo

The line at the main Post Office for the third largest city in the nation was long Tuesday night. We were a haggard looking group, each one clutching an envelope or a package. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

COMMENTARY: 1851 constitution kept Indiana free of debt

“To the end that justice be established, public order maintained, and liberty perpetuated; we, the people of the state of Indiana, grateful to Almighty God for the free exercise of the right to choose our own form of government, do ordain this More...

Society

Veach 50th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach of 764 W. 900 N., Delphi, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with their family. The couple will also spent time in Florida later.  Veach and the former Roxie Pattengale were married Nov. More...

Births

Jim and Sherilyn Huffman Hawbaker of Lafayette are parents of a 7-pound, 13- ounce daughter, Hollyn Jo, born Oct. 23 at St. Elizabeth East Hospital in Lafayette. More...

Obituaries

Jane A. Moore

Jane A. Moore, 77, of Delphi, died Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, at 8:58 p.m. at IU Health Arnett Hospital, Lafayette.  She was retired after teaching elementary school for three years in the Delphi Community School Corp. More...

O. Scott Mathews

O. Scott “Pete” Mathews, 51, passed away on Monday, Nov. 3, 2014, at his home.  Born on Oct. 7, 1963, in Howard County, he was the son of George and Mary (Harness) Mathews.  More...

J. Douglas McKee

James Douglas “Doug” McKee, 60, of Frankfort, died at 9:33 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014, at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis   More...

Special Sections

County Election Board to certify election results despite flaws

Nearly 30 percent of the registered Carroll County voters visited the polls Nov. 4. Votes were cast to determine representation in County, State and Federal governments. More...

General Election candidates can contest results

Preliminary results for the Nov. More...

DCSC’s Little Theatre is complete

The Delphi Community School Board learned Monday night the long-awaited renovation of the Little Theatre in the High School is complete. More...

Community

First Christian church building is 100 years old

Flora First Christian Church is celebrating 100 years of worship in its current building. The structure was dedicated Nov. 29, 1914.  More...

Professional Briefs

A BUSINESS AFTER HOURS will be held at St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center in Delphi on Nov. 19 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Carroll County Chamber of Commerce is hosting the event.   More...

Help make Christmas a ‘wonderful time’ this year

One Christmas song claims, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” However, for some, it can be a stressful time of year. Since 1982, churches and local groups have been serving families through the Christmas Food Baskets, Inc. More...

Sports

No. 5 Pioneer too much for Carroll

The Class A No. 5 Pioneer Panthers proved to be a tough football team for the Cougars in the Sectional championship. The Panthers controlled the game on both sides of the ball. They just waited for the Cougars to make mistakes. More...

Indiana Kitchen Classic pairings set

Pairings for the 4th annual Indiana Kitchen Classic Basketball Tournaments hosted by Delphi Community High School have been announced. The girls tournament will be played Nov. 17-22 and the boys tournament, Dec. 1-6. More...

DCHS soccer awards

Delphi varsity soccer team end of the season awards program was held Nov. 6. Award recipients were (l-r): Front - Aldo Guadarrama, Coaches Award; Jared George, Most Improved; Dean Hampton, Defensive Player of the Year. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO   The Carroll County Election Board recounted the votes from the general election in Democrat and Jefferson Township Precinct 1. The hand count was critical as only 32 votes separated Rob Baker and Keene Red Elk. More...

Education

DCES students honor veterans

The Delphi American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars traveled Carroll County Tuesday to honor their own. They visited Delphi Community High School at 8:30 a.m. and the Elementary School at 10.  More...

School accountability grades show few changes

The Indiana Department of Education (DOE) released school accountability letter grades Nov. 5 after concerns about data reliability delayed their release. More...

Department of Education creates parent portal

Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz pledged to increase the Department of Education’s (DOE) communication with parents, including a quarterly message. More...

Public Records

Circuit Court

Judge Benjamin Diener

Recent filings   Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County filed a complaint against Gail L. Probyn.  Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County filed a complaint against Randol A. More...

Marriage Licenses

Joseph P. Martin, 62, Camden, and Mary E. Woodruff, 62, Logansport  Ryan K. Winchester, 30, and Angel J. Henry, 28, both of Flora  Spencer D. Keys-Bowles, 30, and Genesis O. Montenegro Peralta, 22, both of Delphi  James M. 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...