January 10, 2018 RSS feed / Community

Professional Briefs

TERRY LAORANGE has retired from Carroll- White REMC after serving 38 years with the utility. More...

Health officials report increased flu activity, deaths

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is urging residents to take precautions against influenza amid recent increases in flu-like illnesses and deaths. As of Dec. 30, 25 flu-related deaths have occurred in Indiana.  More...

Joining the church

Meandering Melodies

As we stood on the river bank on a very cold January day with a wind chill of -30 we could see where the ice had been broken along the water’s edge. We could see a small circle in the middle of the stream that had no ice. More...

4-H’ers enjoy a variety of projects and activities

Over 100 years ago, 4-H began by offering the basic projects of hogs, corn and cooking. Carroll County 4-H now offers variety for everyone with over 70 projects to choose from. More...

Carroll County Extension Service

Training Coordinators are: Joanne Lytton - Extension Educator/4-H Youth Dev., HHS, CED Jo Thomas – Extension Educator/ AgNR, 4-H (Livestock) Position open - Office Manager Jennifer Laughner - Secretary   More...

Carroll County 4-H Junior Leaders serve their community

Junior Leaders develop their leadership, citizenship and volunteering life skills as part of the 4-H Junior Leader program. More...

‘Ride the Wave to Success….in 4-H’

Whether you are young or old, everyone loves to be successful. More...

YEAR IN REVIEW 2017

Continued from last week   More...

Another warm winter? State climatologists say it depends on La Niña

According to the latest seasonal outlook from the Indiana State Climate Office based at Purdue University, Hoosiers could be in for a repeat of last winter, when a weak La Niña system fizzled early in the season and unusually mild conditions prevaile More...

Anderson 69th anniversary

Martin and Louise Anderson of Burlington are celebrating their 69th wedding anniversary with a get-together hosted by family members.  Anderson and the former Louise McCoy were married Jan. 14, 1949, in Burlington. They are both retired.  More...

Announcements

St. Joseph Catholic Church in Delphi invites everyone to a FREE COMMUNITY MEAL at Honan Hall on Thursday, Jan. 18. This will be a hot meal and time of fellowship. Doors open at 5:45 p.m. with serving from 6 to 7 p.m.  More...

HOOSIER HOME COOKIN’

I can’t believe all the recipes I’ve received and researched since last week’s alternative cooking method column that focused on quick cooking in the Instant Pot. It seems like the device was a popular Christmas gift! More...

Births

Cameron and Melanie (Welk) Blocher of Rossville are parents of a 7-pound, 15- ounce son, Kirby Max, born Jan. 2 at 9:31 a.m. at IU Arnett Hospital, Lafayette. Kirby was named Little Mister New Year for Carroll County. More...

4-H Super Saturday

Date: Saturday – Jan. 13, 2018 Time: 8:30 - 10:00 a.m. Place: Event & Education Center, Flora Come and enjoy: • Free sausage gravy and biscuit breakfast - sponsored by the Exhibit Board. More...

New volunteers are needed

4-H is looking for a few new volunteers to assist with 4-H projects. More...

Act now: Join 4-H today

Online enrollment ends Jan. 15

4-H is the state’s largest youth program for youth in grades 3-12. Plus, Carroll County offers Mini 4-H for youth in second grade. More...

Library

Camden   On Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 4 p.m., the library will be presenting stories about sled dogs at Iditarod and live streaming to view videos about different calendars and New Year’s around the world. More...

Grants awarded to grow Indiana’s specialty crop sector

The Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) awarded more than $400,000 to six projects aimed at enhancing the competitiveness of Indiana’s specialty crops, funded through USDA’s Specialty Crop Block Grant program. More...