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Newest County Department has first meeting

The Indiana State Legislature changed sentencing laws in the past two years and it is expected more offenders will stay local rather than be transferred to the Department of Corrections (DOC). More...

Local News

Camden

Breakfast with Santa and Holiday Bazaar will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the Community Building. A soup supper will be served there in the evening from 5 to 7 p.m. for a free-will donation. More...

Burlington

A free Thanksgiving meal will be served at Beck’s Restaurant on Thanksgiving Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  More...

Washington Twp.

The Deer Creek Presbyterian Church will have its monthly breakfast on Sat., Dec. 5 from 7 to 10 a.m. Everyone is invited. A free will offering will be taken and monies will be used for community projects.  More...

Opinions & Letters

Thanks be

Midwest Memo

My friend and co-worker, Shruti and I have worked side by side for a number of years. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Be thankful for the little things

Editorial

“I don’t usually reflect much on the abundant amenities of where I live, Elisha Smith with the Center for Rural Affairs wrote this week in an opinion piece. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

- Judge Kurtis Fouts

Recent filings   Cavalry SPV I LLC filed a complaint against Martha Bowyer.  More...

Marriage Licenses

Matthew R. Johnson, 25, and Ashley N. Reed, 23, both of Monticello.   More...

Restaurant Inspections

Inspection Summary: 11-2/11-13-15  Burlington   More...

County Council sticks to the 911 plan

Tempers flare as Commissioners refuse to advertise for position

The Carroll County Council made the decision to reduce the workforce in the 911 Department last September, including eliminating the director position because it was discussed it was a luxury to have a full-time director who did not take shifts to an More...

Council grants IPC 100 percent abatement… for one year

Indiana Packers Corporation (IPC) requested a 10- year tax abatement for real property and a five-year abatement for personal property after they initiated an expansion at the plant south of Delphi. More...

Community

It is the season for cons in home repairs

According to an article on the AARP website, con artists known as “woodchucks” try to convince older homeowners they need expensive home repairs. More...

Flora senior activities

The following is a list of activities for December available to seniors sponsored by the Flora Senior Center. For information contact the office at (574) 967-3400.  December 2015   More...

Brown 60th anniversary

Richard and Kay Brown, 7070E. 1050N., Monticello IN 47960, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house Nov. 28. The event will be from 2 to 5 p.m. at the home of their daughter, DeEtta Hartman, 249E. More...

Sports

Delphi rolls by competition, moves to 5-1

The Lady Oracles started a two game stretch Friday night against Clinton Prairie. The Gophers looked to drag the contest out to the end until a 28 point third quarter by the Oracles sent the visitors packing with a final of 60-29.  More...

Scoreboard

Church Dartball   More...

Faith

Prepared To Be Thankful

Lessons from the Heart

Approaching a traditional Thanksgiving, let’s prepare. Maybe a good housecleaning, perhaps put up the Christmas tree and the outside lights before family and friends arrive. More...

Obituaries

Mary Anna Scott

Mary Anna Scott, 86, of Bringhurst, passed away at 2:09 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 20, 2015, at St. Vincent Hospital in Kokomo. She was born on Nov. 28, 1928, in her home in Carroll County, the daughter of Ray and Esther (Lyons) Shanks. More...

Lydia R. Trilus

Lydia R. (Redmann) Trilus, 83, of Lafayette, died Monday, Nov. 16, 2015, at Mulberry Health & Retirement Community, Mulberry.  She was born in 1932 in Wanda Backus, Poland. In 1953 in Witten, Germany, she married Arno G. More...

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