2022-11-02 E-Edition

‘Today is the day’

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Oct. 28, 2022, will be the day Carroll County remembers as “the day.” On that day, Richard Allen, 50, of Delphi was officially charged with two counts of murder in the deaths of Abigail Williams and Liberty German, 2,086 days since the young girls’ bodies were found near the Monon High Bridge in Delphi. On Feb. 13, 2017, Williams and […]

Who is Richard Allen?

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On the southeast side of Delphi sits a neighborhood filled with children. In one yard, a swing sways gently in the breeze as a soft rain falls; playhouses can be seen in the backyard of a home with toys strewn about. Dogs run back of forth in a game of chase in the backyard of another home, while a treehouse […]

Teachers speak in support of Twin Lakes School Corporation

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Twin Lakes School Corporation’s enrollment continues to decline, and something needs to give. That was the consensus of board members at an Oct. 26 public meeting, the third such meeting regarding long-term planning for the corporation’s elementary schools. The meeting lasted for almost 3 ½ hours. “As Twin Lakes School Corporation enrollment continues to decline, teacher pay lags behind other […]

Halloween fun

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Julie Gutwein, right, and Abe Gutwein, left, pass out candy at the Monon Trunk or Treat on Monday, Oct. 31. Downtown Monon was filled with ghosts, goblins, witches and princesses as children traveled to decorated vehicles to receive candy from area residents.


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How well do you know White County history?

1) Pictured in front of the old bank at the corner of Broadway and Main is a fine-looking group of young men. Who are these guys? Photo courtesy of Sharon Capper 2) At the Point on North Main Street in Monticello there was an A&W Drive-in root beer stand. It was a tiny little place, and the building was painted […]

NEWS Briefs

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Reindeer Den Craft and vendor event set in Chalmers Discovering H.A.N.D.S. Preschool is hosting its annual fundraising event on Saturday, Nov. 12, from 9 a.m. to Noon, at Chalmers Community Church. There will be 17 craft booths and vendors from the area. Guests can also shop the pantry of homemade goodies and preserves. There will be free childcare in the […]

Something for everyone at the Monticello library

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The Monticello-Union Township Library has announced its upcoming events. The community is invited to attend these events at the library, 321 W. Broadway. Insurance Inquiries – Nov. 14, at 5 p.m.: Do you have questions about the 3 M’s (Medicare, Marketplace or Medicaid) Insurance? Are you receiving a lot of calls from people about insurance and you wonder how they […]

It’s a Rule: Honor your mom and dad

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Buzzzzin’ with
Mrs. B

It is said that once God created the first human, he was pretty darned pleased with Himself. It doesn’t take long, however, for Him to see that if you give humans an opportunity for free choice, they will eventually screw it up. Such was the story in Exodus when He looked down and realized his pride and joy people were […]

The Lord is my Shepherd

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“The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.” (Psalm 23:1) The 23rd Psalm is one of the most known and most loved poems in the Bible. The images presented in this message are calming, pastoral, and beautiful. This scripture allows us to envision what the peace of God can bring to our lives. Recited at many funerals, it presents […]