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DCSC looks for new superintendent

‘Administrator Assistance’ group hired to conduct search

Delphi Community School Corporation Superintendent Ralph Walker’s retirement, effective Dec. 31 of this year, was accepted by the Board of School Trustees Monday night. More...

Local News

Camden

The Camden Library will be host the Carroll County On the Same Page book discussion of “Orange is the New Black” by Piper Kerman on July 29 at 7 p.m.  The annual Community Vacation Bible School will be held the week of July 27- 31.&n More...

Washington Twp.

Faith Lutheran Church will have a sign-up sheet at the church to help set up and take down for coffee and cookies after worship. More...

Answering the unresolved ACA question is the responsible course of action

Can the federal government directly tax state and local governments? The U.S. Supreme Court answered other questions in its recent ruling on the Affordable Care Act but left this unresolved. More...

Opinions & Letters

Cousin connection

Midwest Memo

My wife’s cousin Mike and wife Paula were visiting in Chicago from Indianapolis last weekend. It happened Deb and I were also in town. So we made a date to meet for brunch Sunday morning. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Trust in DCSC board eroding

The Delphi Community School Board seems to be looking for ways to exclude the public from meetings, from decisions and from information which taxpayers and residents have a right to. This is not acceptable. More...

Faith

Worship in the mess

Lessons from the Heart

As I write this, I am hearing the sound of an airless paint sprayer. Our church sanctuary is getting a needed facelift. We met in a tent the last two weeks, but this Sunday we are moving inside and will worship in the middle of a mess!  More...

Education

Area IV offers school readiness program

The Area IV Agency will offer full-day pre-school to residents of Carroll and White counties at the Park Place Learning Center in Monticello beginning in August. More...

7th grade orientation meeting set at Carroll

An informational meeting for all parents and students who are starting 7th grade this year at Carroll Jr.- Sr. High School will be held Thursday, Aug. 6. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the CJSHS auditorium.  More...

Indiana Private College Week is July 20-24

From Monday, July 20, through Friday, July 24, Indiana’s 31 private, non-profit colleges and universities welcome students, parents and others interested in learning about the college selection process to experience the personality of each camp More...

Public Records

Circuit Court

- Judge Benjamin Diener

Recent filings   Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC filed a complaint against Brian Fulton.  The estates for Clara E. More...

Superior Court

- Judge Kurtis Fouts

Recent filings   Bank of America N.A. filed a complaint against Shannon R. Huffman.  Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC filed a complaint against Jodie Carter.  Regions Bank filed a mortgage complaint against Donald E. More...

Marriage Licenses

Jay E. Moudy, 22, and Mercede L. Martin, 20, both of Flora  Coy A. Pennington, 27, and Ashley N. Higgins, 29, both of Monticello  Jeremy L. Scott, 41, and Anglea A. Wiggam, 39, both of Burlington   More...

County Election Board sets early voting for fall election

Carroll County Election Board members Sandy Cripe, Rita Millhouse and County Clerk Andrea Miller attempted Tuesday morning to balance the cost of providing early voting services and the number of voters who will use the service. More...

Delphi Council member moves from district

The District 4 Delphi City Council representative, Democrat Nelson Smith, moved from his home in the district in June. The county’s GIS database indicates the property transferred on June 16 to another owner. More...

Community

Agribusiness student spends semester in Austria

Brooke Beale of Delphi recently completed her sophomore year at Purdue University where she is majoring in agribusiness. She spent the 2015 spring semester studying abroad at the University of Agriculture Sciences in Vienna, Austria. More...

Supreme Court ruling is only one factor in health insurance decisions

Thinking About Health

At the end of its 2014-15 term the Supreme Court decided that the key component of the Affordable Care Act—- the tax subsid i e s available to help people buy health insurance—- would continue in all states.  More...

Summer weddings

Meandering Melodies

This week I wanted to write a little bit about telephones. More...

Sports

Delphi 12U wins tourney

Delphi 12U baseball team won the county tourney with a 2-0 victory over the Flora team. Delphi now advances to the district tourney. More...

Carroll Pony Baseball wins championship

Carroll Pony Baseball team won the TCBA B League championship on July 7, defeating the Lafayette Jeff 2 team 10-0. The Carroll team finished the season with an 18-1 record. Team members pictured are (l-r): Front - Luke Gamel, Drew May. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

10 YEARS AGO   City of Delphi Grant Coordinator Michelle Pearson submitted her resignation to the city council after five years in the position.  Annette Elisha “Annie” Miller, 18, of Cutler, was crowned the 2005 Miss Carroll Co More...

Obituaries

Linda M. McDaniel

Linda M. McDaniel, 62, of rural Camden, died at 10:25 p.m. Monday, July 13, 2015, at her home.  Born April 23, 1953, in Cincinnati, Ohio, she was the daughter of Curtis and Maxine Garland Wilson. She attended Reading (Ohio) High School. More...

Genevieve Warnick

Genevieve Warnick, 95, formerly of Flora, was called home to be with her savior Sunday, July 12, 2015, in North Manchester, Ind.  More...

Betty L. Wolf

Betty Louise Wolf, 83, of Leesburg, Ohio, died Sunday afternoon, July 12, 2015, at her home.  She was born Aug. 20, 1931, in Delphi, Ind., the daughter of the late Orliff B. and Grace B. Meyer Coghill. She married Ralph W. More...

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