2021-09-01 E-Edition

Volunteers share in proceeds

Delphi High School and middle School Wrestling played a role in wrapping up the Indiana Bacon Festival, presented by Indiana Kitchen Bacon, late Saturday night in Delphi. Prior to 12:45 a.m., the wrestlers washed and folded tables and chairs and moved them off the street, picked up trash, and picked up salt bags and loaded them into a truck. They […]

APC pauses on R-TIF resolution approval

Carroll County Area Plan Commission (APC) members received an explanation about the Residential Tax Incremental Financing (RTIF) currently being considered for several areas in the county at the Aug. 24 meeting. Both Economic Development Corporation (EDC) Director Jake Adams and Delphi Mayor Anita Werling spoke in favor of establishment of the protected housing development areas. Both Adams and Werling indicated […]

Veterans’ Office to organize Sept. 11 memorial at the courthouse

Sept. 11, 2001, was the day 20 years ago when terrorists hijacked four airliners and flew them into the Pentagon, the World Trade Center and, after a to-the-death struggle with passengers, into a field in Pennsylvania – rather than the intended target of the U.S. Capitol. The Carroll County Veterans’ Office, led by Veterans’ Service Officer Larry Leach, will host […]

AG Rokita files multi-state lawsuit against ‘antidiscrimination’ policies

On Monday, Attorney General Todd Rokita filed a multistate lawsuit against the Biden administration to stop the enforcement of new, expansive and unlawful interpretations of federal antidiscrimination laws. Federal guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and the U.S. Department of Education purports to resolve highly controversial and localized issues — such as whether schools must allow biological […]

Event being planned to honor Logansport hero

Police and military organizations are planning a communitywide event in Logansport to provide an opportunity for people to pay their respects and honor U.S. Marine Corps Corporal Humberto Sanchez, according to the Logansport Pharos-Tribune. A native of Logansport, Cpl. Sanchez was among 13 U.S. military service personnel who were killed at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, on […]

Past pay decisions come back to haunt County Council

The Carroll County Council began the daunting task of developing the 2022 budget Tuesday, Aug. 31, at 8 a.m. A total of 26 departments presented what they believe to be the amount of money needed to adequately operate their departments next year. There was one common theme among most of the presentations – pay raises. The Council decided to increase […]

Public Notices

“Because the People must know”

NOTICE OF REAL PROPERTYTAX SALECarroll County IndianaBeginning 1:00 PM Local Time,October 1, 2021County CourthouseCommissioners’ Meeting RoomCarroll CountyPursuant to the laws of the IndianaGeneral Assembly, notice is herebygiven that the following describedproperty is listed for sale for delinquent taxes and/or special assessments. The county auditor and countytreasurer will apply on or after09/14/2021 for a court judgmentagainst the tracts or real property […]

OS winners named

Winners of the nightly drawings at Old Settlers 2021 have been announced. They are: Cameron Rush, blue bike; Kayden Philo, orange bike; and Gabe Glenn, Nintendo Switch game. Prizes for the drawings were donated by Pearson’s of Delphi, Security Federal, Diener and Martin Law, and Deiwert Agency. Photos provided

Ungers to celebrate 65 years

Jim and Sharon K. Unger of Frankfort will be married 65 years on Tuesday. They will celebrate the special occasion with a gathering of their immediate family. James R. Unger and Sharon K. Donoho were married Sept. 7, 1956, in Frankfort. They have three children, Lisa Kay Mette (Dave) of Edwardsburg, Mich., James A. Unger (Terrie) of Rossville, and Lori […]