May 9, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Former deputy pleads guilty

Forty-six-year-old Jason Allen Dunning of Camden was charged last September with making an unlawful proposition the month before.   The charge was filed by Special Prosecutor Anthony Sommer of Clinton County.  More...

Two City Council members push back against water revenue bonds timetable

Pearson and Seward want more options and public involvement

It was not smooth sailing for Delphi Mayor Shane Evans and his proposed timetable to obtain bonds for water department improvements at the Monday night meeting. More...

Local News

Washington Twp.

Deer Creek Presbyterian Church will honor all mothers during the morning worship service on Sunday, May 13. All are invited to attend.  Faith Lutheran Church will again go to McKinney Place to worship on May 13 at 2 p.m. More...

Camden

Jack Gish will display his Indian artifacts in tribute to his grandfather, Floyd Gish Sr., at the Indian Artifact Show to be held in the Camden Community Building Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. More...

Burlington

Burlington Community Club is sponsoring a Concert in the Park featuring the Down East Boys on Sunday, May 13, at the Community Park. The local tractor club will serve homemade ice cream and cake beginning at 5 p.m. More...

Opinions & Letters

Key concern

Midwest Memo

I have had a troubled relationship with keys ever since I began working in the real estate industry.  Keys get you in, for sure, but keys can also lock you out.  Sometimes I will be fiddling with a ring of unlabeled keys and a cantankerous More...

Political Cartoon

Full Story

Building a healthier state from the child up

Commentary

As parents, caring adults and community leaders, we must create the conditions for healthy kids to thrive.  More...

Faith

The past is important

Lessons from the Heart

May 10 is an extraordinary date in history. Here are just a few of many things that happened on this date.  1. On May 10, 1773 the British imposed the Tea Act on American colonists. More...

Education

EDUCATION NEWS

Anderson University recognized students who earned awards and other commendations for their scholarly work and efforts, both in and out of the classroom. Among those receiving recognition was ABRIELLE MOYER of Delphi. More...

Sherri Cripe named district Principal of the Year

Sherri Cripe of Delphi, principal at Morocco Elementary School, has been elected by her peers as the District I Principal of the Year.   More...

Public Records

Superior Court

- Judge Kurtis Fouts

New filings are from public records available in the Carroll County Clerk’s office on the second floor of the courthouse, Delphi. More...

Marriage Licenses

Christopher L. Iliff, 22, and Richelle A. Cullett, 23, both of Delphi  Christopher A. Morris, 40, and Jessica L. Baker, 36, both of Delphi  Colton S. Miller, 19, Delphi, and Deseray E. Everett, 22, Rensselaer  Carson T. More...

Circuit Court

Judge Benjamin Diener

New filings are from public records available in the Carroll County Clerk’s office on the second floor of the courthouse, Delphi. More...

Republicans place the old guard on Nov. ballot

A total of 3,066 Carroll County voters went to the polls for the May 8 Primary Election to choose who will represent them in the November General Election. Of the total, 2,589 pulled a Republican ballot while 477 pulled a Democratic ballot. More...

Rural Delphi man charged in Flora arson

Arrest warrant is issued

Carroll County Prosecutor Nicholas McLeland has charged Todd Crider, 31, of 2915W. CR 350N., Delphi, with arson damage by fire, a level four Felony, for the Aug. 18 fire at the Lauderdale Heating and Plumbing building, 3 S. Sycamore St. More...

Flora considers offering customers water loss protection

Flora Town Council listened to a presentation about water loss protection for both the utility and customers Monday night and have asked for a proposal from the presenting company.  Chris Schultz with the National Rural Water Association ServLin More...

Community

Down On The Farm

Advantages to cover crops

Cover crops offer many advantages for agriculture. More...

Cold spring leaves some livestock producers facing hay shortage

With unusually cold temperatures hindering the growth of cool-season pasture grasses throughout the state, two Purdue Extension specialists are offering management tips to Hoosier livestock producers looking to conserve their dwindling hay supplies.& More...

Announcements

DELPHI PRESERVATION SOCIETY will hold its annual meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 17, at the Delphi Opera House. More...

Sports

Delphi softball trounces Carroll

Six runs in the first inning and the Oracles were off and running in a county rival contest against the Lady Cougars. More...

Lady Oracles rattle off 4 wins in a row

Delphi softball team was at West Lafayette last week for an easy contest that finished with a 15-4 Oracle advantage. Two days later and Delphi edged out Central Catholic in a double header, 7-1 and 8-4.  More...

Carroll baseball continues to find success with big bats

After dropping their rival contest to Delphi, Carroll’s baseball team got back on track last Tuesday when they crushed Clinton Central 13-3. The Cougars continued their hot streak on Thursday, defeating Taylor, 4-1. More...

Looking Back

Looking Back

From files of Carroll County Comet, Journal-Citizen, Hoosier Democrat, Delphi Journal, the Flora History website and the Carroll County Historical Museum.  10 YEARS AGO   More...

Obituaries

Joseph F. Jenkins

Joseph F. Jenkins, 67, of Flora, formerly of Delphi, died Wednesday, May 2, 2018, at his residence.  He served in the U.S. Army for 16 years. More...

June M. Woodhouse

June M. Groninger Woodhouse, a fun-loving and Jesus-loving wife, mother, and grandmother of 86, died Tuesday, May 1, 2018, at her home in Rossville. She was encircled by family and dear friends in the last moments of her life on earth. More...

Roberta J. Martin

Roberta J. Martin, 92, of Logansport, passed away Sunday, May 6, 2018, at Miller’s Merry Manor in Logansport.  More...

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