DCSC adds two positions to staff roster

There will be more employees in the Delphi Community School Corporation after the Board of School Trustees Monday night meeting. School board members voted unanimously to hire a second literacy coach for the middle and high schools and a school resource officer for the corporation. Sharon Brothers, who is employed as a literacy coach primarily in the elementary school, explained […]

Veterans honored, remembered in ceremony at courthouse

Carroll County veterans visited schools throughout Monday morning to participate in Veterans Day programs. Veterans ended their festivities to honor all veterans, both living and departed, at the Carroll County Courthouse. Honor Guard members from the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) held a ceremony at the courthouse monument. Veterans Affairs Officer Larry Leach placed a wreath […]

Leadership Carroll County to help prospective political candidates

Carroll County voters will be faced with several voting decisions in 2014. Leadership Carroll County (LCC) wants to help county residents who are thinking of perhaps running for pubic office by offering education about the campaign experience. LCC will host a workshop titled “How to Run a Successful Political Campaign” Dec. 5 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Richter […]

Carroll may appeal CES A-F school score

Schools are assigned grades from the State, A through F, based on various criteria. The grades are due out any time now, but in the meantime, schools are provided with data to predict what their grade will be. Based on that data, Carroll is poised to appeal the grade of Carroll Elementary School. A summary of the appeal was presented […]

Proposed Carroll firearms policy adds exception for educational purposes

Carroll School Board had a first reading of a revised Firearms Policy at its Nov. 5 meeting. At a previous board meeting Glen Dillman and Steve Mills, both retired Carroll teachers, objected to an earlier version of the Firearms Policy because it didn’t appear to have a provision for firearms on school property for educational purposes. The proposed revised policy […]

Church honors veterans

Leadership Carroll County accepts registrations for 2014 class

Registration is under way for the 2014 class of Leadership Carroll County (LCC), an indepth adult leadership development program. The six-week program is open to county residents or any person with civic or business activities in Carroll County. The curriculum will include both personal leadership development topics, as well as information about the county and current issues. Subjects to be […]

Purdue Extension Carroll County hosts open house

The public is invited to attend the Carroll County Extension Service Open House on Nov. 16 from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at the 4-H Community Building in Flora. There will be a free sausage gravy and biscuit breakfast and an opportunity to view the various Extension programs. Program highlights will include: • The Homemakers Clubs of how to make a […]


The public is invited to attend a going away OPEN HOUSE for Annette Griessman, director of the Camden-Jackson Public Library. The event will be held from 2 to 6:30 p.m. Nov. 15, her last day. She has accepted a position with the Tippecanoe County Public Library System. PROMOTING WILDCAT VALLEY will meet at 7 p.m. Nov. 14 at the Cutler […]

Angel Tree sign-up set for Nov. 19

Children’s names will be taken for the Angel Tree signup Nov. 19 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Area IV Agency office, located at the Brooks Center, 901 Prince William Rd., Delphi. Parents or guardians need to bring proof of income for the last 30 days, a utility bill and a lease or proof of homeownership, also Social Security […]