September 27, 2017 RSS feed / Front Page

New gas station on HHH in Delphi breaks ground

The official groundbreaking ceremony for the Quick Shop gas station and convenience store on Monday was barely completed when earth movers started pushing dirt to make way for the new business. More...

Local News

Burlington

The Food Pantry will be open Monday from 12 noon to 3 p.m. at the Church of Christ.  A benefit breakfast for The American House will be held Saturday from 7 to 10 a.m. at Burlington Community Park. More...

Washington Twp.

Deer Creek Presbyterian Church will have PW Circle on Sept. 27 at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome.  The Deer Creek Cricket girls met at the home of Lois Wallace. More...

Camden

Camden Volunteer Firemen will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the Fireman’s Lounge.  Mt. Zion Masonic Lodge F & AM will meet at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Lodge.  Camden Lions Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at the Fireman’s Lounge. More...

Opinions & Letters

Changing an opinion

Midwest Memo

“What’s your position on GMOs?”  The question was posed to me years ago while I was trying to parallel park my Toyota into a very small space on a very icy downtown street. More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Allowing heavy trucks on Delphi’s East Main St.

Three of the five Delphi City Council members voted Sept. 18 to direct city attorney Mackenzie Martin to draft language to amend the no heavytruck traffic on East Main St. ordinance, which was adopted last March. More...

Faith

Preach the word

Lessons from the Heart

When you hear someone say, ‘he was preaching’ what comes to your mind? Do you immediately picture a church with the pastor standing in front preaching to the congregation? More...

Free dinner and program at Heritage Alpaca Farm

A free pork BBQ dinner and program will be held Oct. 1 at 6 p.m. at Heritage Alpaca Farms, located on the west side of Kokomo and east of Flora at 4175 N. CR1200 W, courtesy of Shiloh United Methodist Church.  More...

Announcements

DELPHI FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD FALL FESTIVAL will be held Oct. 1 after the 10 a.m. service. Free hamburgers, hot dogs, snocones, and cotton candy will be served. There will be games for children and inflatables. More...

Obituaries

James L. Hargraves

James Lee Hargraves, 71, formerly of Delphi, passed away peacefully on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, at North Naples, Fla.   Born May 19, 1946, he was the son of the late Carl and Pauline Botts Hargraves. More...

Joan W. Scott

Joan W. Scott, 87 of Logansport, passed away Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017, at Memorial Hospital in Logansport.   Born on Feb. 24, 1930, in Carroll County, she was the daughter of the late Andrew and Belva (Krathwohl) Wise. More...

Special Sections

Grain truck collides with 2 Delphi fire trucks

The Delphi Tri-Township Fire Territory was called out to a crash on US421 Sept. 22 at approximately 5:24 p.m. The incident occurred on the Owasco Bridge in Clay Township. Clay Twp. More...

Moonlight Madness fun coming to Flora

Moonlight Madness in downtown Flora is just around the corner. The annual event is Saturday, Oct. 7, from 5 to 9 p.m.  Registration is currently underway for several contests.  More...

Community

New rules for password protection

For more than a decade, the public has been told to use “strong” passwords that combine upper and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters. More...

Flora senior activities

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

Delphi senior activities

The following is a list of activities for October available to seniors sponsored by the Carroll County Senior and Family Services. For information contact the office at (765) 564-2772.  October 2017   More...

Sports

Big 3rd quarter paves way for Cougar victory

Carroll moved to 5-1 season record Friday evening after defeating the visiting Tri Central Trojans 28-8. This was a game that had the Trojans on their heels from nearly the start of the game.  More...

Oracles win in convincing fashion over North White

The Delphi Oracles bounced back from last week’s football loss by switching their schedule up with a Saturday night game against North White. They made quick work on the road with a huge 2nd half, resulting in a 35-7 win.  More...

We’ve been to 49 states and this is what we noticed

Some might say that we have vacationed to 49 states. We say that we had 49 adventures. When you picture a vacation, you think of laying out in the sun alongside of the beach. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

From files of Carroll County Comet, Journal-Citizen, Hoosier Democrat, Delphi Journal, and the Flora History website at www.floraindianahistory. weebly.com. The Comet pays for any photos provided by the Carroll County Historical Museum. More...

Education

‘Return 2 Learn’ event offers guidance for adults ready to continue their education

High school seniors also invited to event

Ivy Tech Community College and Trine University Logansport are sponsoring a “Return 2 Learn” event in Logansport Thursday, Oct. 5. More...

Delphi Psi Otes offer continuing education scholarship

The Beta Psi Chapter of Psi Iota Xi Sorority will award up to $500 to an adult resident of Carroll County who is planning to enter the field of art, music, literature, speech and hearing, teaching, or medical field. More...

Library

Burlington   The Burlington Community Library welcomes Sheila Friedline as the new director. Stop in and say hello!  Library hours will remain the same for the time being. More...

Public Records

Superior Court

- Judge Kurtis Fouts

Recent filings   Blaine R. Snoeberger was charged with theft.  Lucas Everett was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia.  Jonathan M. Noe-Kim was charged with reckless driving.  More...

Marriage Licenses

Ryan M. Payne, 29, and Marlaina J. Scowden, 28, both of Bringhurst  Chad N. Hooker, 27, and Kati M. Jeffery, 26, both of Delphi  Jacob E. Weldy, 21, and Courtney R. Dougal, 21, both of Daphne, Ala.   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 guilt or innocence. More...