February 11, 2015 RSS feed / Front Page

Another challenger for Delphi Mayor files

The deadline for a candidate in a major political party to file for office in the May 5 Primary Election was Friday at noon. Delphi resident Lou Hayden filed early Friday morning to be put on the ballot as a Republican candidate for Mayor. More...

Local News

More than 100 flu-related deaths reported this season in Indiana

In the midst of the deadliest flu season in 10 years, state health officials are hoping more Hoosiers will get vaccinated against influenza in the future. More...

February is Heart Month

Health department promotion under way

The Carroll County Health Department is promoting American Heart Month for both men and women throughout February.  The department has many giveaways available, including 2015 pocket calendars, healthy recipes, pens, and informational tools rega More...

As measles continues, State health officials prepare

As the national measles outbreak that began in a California amusement park in December continues to spread, State health officials have been taking steps to prepare for a case here in Indiana.   More...

Opinions & Letters

Last one out

Midwest Memo

It snowed the previous evening, a light dusting that left the landscape pristine white. As I pulled into the parking lot, my wheels were the first tracks to disturb this picture postcard setting.  More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Can we have a regular Congress?

You probably didn’t notice, but the Senate passed a milestone a couple of weeks back. Before 2015 was a month old, senators had already had a chance to vote up-or-down on more amendments than they did in all of 2014.  More...

Faith

Lessons from a Rookie

Lessons from the Heart

Millions watched the annual hoopla that featured a picturesque Arizona setting, expensive commercials, an elaborate halftime show, remarkable athletes, an army of commentators and armchair quarterbacks, and yes, “the thrill of victory and the a More...

Education

Dept. of Ed awards Indian Trails $100,000 grant

Indian Trails Career Cooperative has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the Indiana Department of Education.  More...

EDUCATION NEWS

ZAYNA MARTIN, of Delphi, was named to Indiana University South Bend’s dean list for the 2014 fall semester. More...

DCHS names first semester honor roll students

Delphi Community High School Principal Ann Marie Circle has announced the first semester honor roll. Students earning distinguished honor, honor and honorable mention include:  Distinguished   More...

Public Records

Superior Court

Recent filings   Pearson’s Gas filed complaints against the following: Haydon Peterson; David Knop II; and Deanna Padilla.  Julie Dunbar filed a complaint against Christine Hampton.  Young’s Water Conditioning filed a compl More...

Circuit Court

- Judge Benjamin Diener

Recent filings   Midland Funding LLC filed complaints against the following: vs. Susan Ruggles; vs. Patricia Wells; and vs. More...

Marriage Licenses

Paul M. Martin, 29, Owen, Wisc., and Sheralyn F. Oyler, 23, Camden.  Thomas A. Seymour, 25, and Rene L. Foster, 23, both of Delphi.   More...

Multiple candidates file for Delphi Mayor

One mayoral and one city council candidate may have trouble

Last Friday at noon was the filing deadline for candidates affiliated with a major political party to be placed on the May 5 Primary ballot for the municipal election. More...

Testing endurance at Carroll

Length and difficulty of new ISTEP vexes administration

Shocked by Indiana’s new college and career ready assessments (CCRA), Carroll’s Superintendent Chris Lagoni readied the school board for declining test results for the March ISTEP.  More...

DCSC to establish eLearning days policy

The Delphi Community School Board, led by Superintendent Ralph Walker, said they understand the need for the corporation to establish a policy which will guide the use of eLearning days at Monday night’s meeting. More...

Community

Clawson 55th anniversary

Mr. and Mrs. Gene Clawson of 12408W. SR18, Delphi, IN 46923, will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary with a family dinner at a restaurant.  Clawson and the former Shirley Pattengale were married on Valentine’s Day, Feb. More...

Announcements

PROMOTING WILDCAT VALLEY will meet at Cutler Presbyterian Church at 7:00 p.m. on Thurs., Feb. 12.   More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

As Bubba once declared his affection for boiled shrimp, fried shrimp, shrimp kabobs, et cetera and etcetera, there’s simply nothing better than some delicious Gulf shrimp (except maybe the beauties over at Big Farm Shrimp Barn!). More...

Sports

Oracles overtake Cougars in overtime

Brent Hawn’s game-high 32 points led Delphi to a thrilling 58-50 overtime victory over Carroll Friday night in the Oracles’ first game home since playing three straight and four of its last five on the road.  More...

Lady Cougars finish regular season 19-3

Carroll’s Lady Cougars easily defeated Tri-Central, but then lost only their third game of the season to West Lafayette in girls basketball action last week. More...

Hanni is UIndy Hall of Fame inductee

Delphi Assistant Girls Basketball Coach Karen Hanni was inducted into the University of Indianapolis’ Athletic Hall of Fame on Feb. 7.  More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO   The Delphi City Council discussed opting out of the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission. More...

Obituaries

Jenny Wilson

Virginia Pearl “Jenny” Wilson, 84, of Flora, passed away Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, at her home.   She was born May 9, 1931, in Mudlick, Ky., to John Farris and Laura Weakman Turner. More...

Judith Cross

Judith “Judy” Cross, 80 of Bluffton, died Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2015.  She graduated from Delphi High School in 1952 and earned her B.S. More...

Maxine North

Maxine (Clem) North, 91, of Brookston died at 12:28 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, at Milner Community Health Care Center, Rossville.  In 1989, Maxine began working as a hostess at MCL and worked there until her retirement.  More...

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