2017-06-14

Unique industry ready to begin

Plastics recycling/refinery project begins Phase I


Construction of a one-ofa kind project planned for property along Meridian Rd., between Flora and Camden, will soon begin, according to the Flora- Camden Rail Corridor Commission. A briefing was held Friday in Camden to announce completion of funding needed for the first phase of the project, a plastics recycling plant. GEP Fuel & Energy Indiana, LLC President Stephen Hogan […]

Auditor’s office employee is interim choice



The Carroll County Commissioners met late Tuesday afternoon in special session to appoint an interim auditor to serve until the County Republican Party holds a caucus to appoint a permanent auditor. Auditor’s office clerk, Tara Wood, accepted the interim position. The vacancy was created by the death of auditor Tom Gray on June 7. Gray received the majority vote at […]

Courthouse employee vies to be next County Auditor



Delphi resident and lifelong member of the Carroll County community, Sharon Milburn, has announced her desire to become the next Auditor of Carroll County. Milburn has taken the necessary steps to be considered for the position in the upcoming Republican Caucus, needed to replace auditor Tom Gray, who died June 7. Milburn has an accounting background and has owned and […]

Unpaid Ramirez claim haunts County Council




Carroll County Council members expressed concern Monday about an unpaid claim by their attorney for services rendered on behalf of the group. Carroll County Commissioners have refused to pay the claim more than once because they consider it a personal matter and not a viable charge for the county leaders, although it has been presented twice by Council President Jason […]

Co. Council sets budget workshops




Carroll County Council members gave themselves extra time this year to develop the 2018 budget and wade through the many issues they currently face with the county’s financial situation and the uncertainty in the auditor’s office. The decision when to schedule budget deliberations and other related meetings was made at the Monday afternoon meeting during a discussion about the Council’s […]

Blohm celebrate 70th



Mr. and Mrs. Leland Blohm of Delphi will celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary with a party June 15 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the St. Elizabeth Healthcare Center, 701 Armory Rd. in Delphi. Blohm and the former Margaret Helvie were married June 15, 1947, in Young America. Cards are welcome.

Beck 60th anniversary



Mr. and Mrs. Norman L. Beck, 309 E. Columbia St., Flora, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary June 2. Beck and the former Jane Dora Harness were married June 2, 1957, in the Young America Baptist Church by the Rev. Harry Rea. The couple owns Beck’s Interiors in Flora and he works part-time at Zinn Kitchens, Inc., Flora. They have three […]

Scott 50th anniversary



Richard and Rosalyn Scott of Delphi are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, June 25, at an open house. The event will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Community Park Building in Burlington. They were married Saturday, July 1, 1967, at the Delphi United Methodist Church. She is the daughter of the late Truman and Evelyn […]

Engagements



Via-Larimore Amanda Ann Via of Clayton and Captain Seth I. Larimore, USAF, of Flora, announce their engagement. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Diana Via of Clayton and the late Samuel R. Via III. She is a 2011 graduate of Ivy Tech Community College with an Associate degree in Nursing. She is employed with Onward Travel Healthcare in the Cardiac […]

Runaway horses!



There are some memories that stand out when I think of my childhood. June 10, 1971, was my birthday. I was eight years old. The Wolf family had gathered to celebrate my birthday at our house. We were in the front yard playing volleyball when the evening took a scary turn. Some of you may recall that my Dad built […]