April 19, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Flora native gives $2.3 million to Nashville library

When a retired southern Indiana teacher died three years ago, he left more than $2.3 million to the Brown County Public Library. It is the largest gift ever made to the library.  More...

Area students invited to participate in summer Archaeology Camp

The Wabash and Erie Canal Association in Delphi is offering a summer archaeology experience for area students.  Christopher Moore, Ph.D, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of Indianapolis, will lead the introduction to a More...

Announcements

A PUBLIC CAREER FAIR, featuring a special hour for veterans, will be held Friday, April 28, at Ivy Tech Community College, 3101 S. Creasy Lane, Lafayette. The veterans’ hour will be from 10 to 11 a.m. followed by public hours from 11 a.m. More...

Meetings

Carroll Chapter DAR  The Charles Carroll Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated the selection of Sophia Renee Gunther as the Delphi Community High School Good Citizen on April 11 at the home of chapter member, Carol Claws More...

Library

Camden   The library is offering a Bicentennial display for viewing in the reading room until April 22 through the generosity of Bonnie Maxwell.  The library will offer for viewing the Bicentennial video, “Everlasting Light: The Story More...

4-H News

Junior Leaders   Junior Leader Game Night will be held April 21 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Event & Education Center in Flora.   More...

Healthcare industry fights revealing prices for services

Thinking about health

Turning healthcare consumers into educated shoppers has long been a goal of employers who foot the bill for most care, politicians and some consumer organizations that believe that someday shopping for care should be as easy as comparing brands of ca More...

Give blood and help save lives

Bloodmobile will be in Flora April 27

Eligible individuals of all blood types are encouraged to give blood through the American Red Cross this spring to help ensure a sufficient supply for hospital patients.  More...

Helen – guest columnist

Our daughter Helen volunteered to be “Guest Columnist” this week. More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

In an effort to eat healthier and become more organized, Brad and I have become big fans of “jar salads.” If you’re not familiar, these “Pinterestly” popular salad lunches are chopped, diced and packed into glass Mason j More...

Simple ways to personalize Holy Communion celebrations

Budding flowers and humming birds are some of the first harbingers of spring. So, too, are young Christian children dressed in white as they embark on the next step in their spiritual journeys.  More...

DNR plans to save some ash trees for future generations

At least some ash trees in Indiana will survive the emerald ash borer (EAB) invasion if a DNR initiative is successful.  According to a news release, the agency is using chemical treatments to protect large specimens of ash trees in areas unaff More...

CES 5th grade presents Career Wax Museum

Carroll Elementary 5th Grade presented a Career Wax Museum April 12 in the cafeteria. More...

Trail and park cleanup workday set for Saturday

At Canal Park in Delphi the spring season will be observed by cleaning up the park, its flower beds and gardens and the towpath trails along the canal.  More...

Professional Briefs

Carroll White REMC IT Director BRYAN WREDE has graduated from the Management Internship Program (MIP). He completed the intensive program in electric utility management with the University of Wisconsin - Madison.  The Robert I. More...