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County librarians announce 16th annual ‘Carroll County on the Same Page’


The librarians from the Camden-Jackson Township Public Library, the Flora- Monroe Township Public Library and the Delphi Public Library are following previous successful “Carroll County on the Same Page” programs with another great book suggestion to include on summer reading lists. This year, the chosen novel is “World of Wonders: In Praise of Fireflies, Whale Sharks, and Other Astonishments” by […]

Burlington




Burlington Summer Breeze Cruise-In will be held on Thursday, May 12, from 4-7 p.m. at One More Cup cafe and coffee shop. Enjoy classic cars, music and games. The Freemasons will host a dinner for widows of departed Brother Masons on Saturday, May 14, at 4 p.m. at the Deer Creek Community Center, located on State Road 29. Burlington Faith […]

Camden



Camden Town Council will meet tonight, May 11, at 7 p.m. at the library in the reading room. The board of the Camden- Jackson Township Public Library will meet Thursday, May 19, at 6 p.m. in the library’s reading room for the monthly meeting. The Camden United Methodist Church is collecting soap and washcloths for the Shoebox ministry and canned […]

Washington Twp.



The Deer Creek Community Center will have a pork chop dinner this Friday, May 13, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The Camden Masonic Lodge is hosting a Masonic Widows Dinner at the Deer Creek Community Center this Saturday, May 14, at 4 p.m. Deer Creek Park is open for camping and clubhouse rental. Call Teresa at 574- 859-2251 for reservation information. An […]

Delphi Redevelopment Commission expenses exceed bank account



Delphi Redevelopment Commission (Delphi RDC) members Gayle Conner, Randy Strasser, Joe Mayfield, Spencer Kingery and Sandy Flora learned at the May 6 meeting, they owe $4,310 for outstanding invoices. A fund report from the Delphi City Clerk Treasurer indicated the group has $1,342.52 to spend. An annual “working budget” based on the assumption the Commission will receive $22,000 in property […]

NCHS and TAF announce next cycle of Capital Grants program

The Arts Federation (TAF) and North Central Health Services (NCHS) have announced the continuation of the Capital Grants program. Through this partnership, TAF will administer $250,000 in funding to arts and cultural organizations in Benton, Carroll, Fountain, Montgomery, Tippecanoe, Warren, and White counties. Over the past 17 years, NCHS has invested nearly $4.5 million into this program that supports cultural […]

Resurfacing projects next at DCSC



The Delphi Community School Corporation (DCSC) has been using proceeds from the 2021 lease bond for maintenance repairs and upkeep since the document was secured. The DCSC Board of School Trustees voted at their Monday, May 9, meeting to use another $34,668 to resurface the Camden Early Childhood Center’s parking lot, the Delphi Elementary School (DES) parking lot and the […]

Free lunches for youth this summer at DES


Delphi Community School Corporation will be serving free meals for youth, including 18-year-olds, weekdays this summer at the Elementary School Cafeteria. The food program, sponsored by the Indiana Department of Education, will be held from May 31 to June 27 from 12:30 to 1 p.m. Adults can pay $3 per meal as well. Contact (765) 564-8431, ext. 2223, with questions. […]

BOW nearly cracks down on Washington St. nuisance property


The Delphi Board of Works (BOW) routinely hears a report about nuisance properties being addressed by the city at the bimonthly meetings and progress is tracked by members, Delphi Mayor Anita Werling, Spencer Kingery and Kamron Yates. The May 2 meeting was no exception. Delphi Community Development Director JT Doane reported the property owner for 402 S. Washington St. was […]

Election Board develops complaint policy


Carroll County Election Board members Drew Sandora (R), Sandy Cripe (D) and County Clerk Sharon Milburn reviewed two late preliminary reports for Campaign Finance. All reports were due on Good Friday, however, because that is a holiday, they were due the following Monday at noon. This was confusing for two candidates. Deb Foreman, who is the incumbent Jackson Township Trustee, […]


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