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A committee of high school principals awards the annual scholarships to 10 Delaware County high school seniors based on scholastic ability, industry, integrity, courage and ideals.
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Monday, April 14 5:30 p.m.: Out at CAC on first witness interview. 5:50 p.m.: McDonald's, 1400 S Nebo Road, property damage crash.
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Yorktown plans to extend an existing walking/biking trail and take the next step toward construction of a new trail.
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West View Elementary rewards students with colored cards whenever they exhibit what the staff deems to be all-star behavior.
Tax bills have been mailed to Delaware County property owners, the county treasurer's office said Tuesday, and taxpayers should receive them this week.
A Muncie man was arrested after he allegedly stabbed a teenager outside the Cammack American Legion, 9113 W. Jackson St. Matthew Allen Calvert, 27, 2617 E. Rainbow Lane, was preliminarily charged with aggravated battery.
A Muncie mother was arrested this week after a report that her 2-year-old son had swallowed prescription medication brought to light her family's squalid living conditions in a southside motel room.
MUNCIE - Delaware County's request for more than $800,000 in federal funds to help cover the costs of responding to severe winter weather has once again been denied.
The leaders of the Delaware County Health Department and county Regional Wastewater District recently proposed a fee on private backyard septic tanks, which collect, hold and filter sewage and dirty water from household toilets, sinks and garbage disposals.
Promises are what politicians say before the election. Plans, however, are the coming together of experience, thoughtful examination of the issues, and correction/improvement of the current status.
This is ripe discussion at home as well. The Hicks household paid 16.3 percent of earnings in federal tax and 4.1 in state and local income tax.
Timothy Adam Ellison, 27, had pleaded guilty to a Class B felony carrying a standard 10-year prison term, in Delaware Circuit Court 3. Judge Linda Ralu Wolf also gave Ellison credit for 81 days already spent in the Delaware County jail.
At the bond reduction hearing for Delaware County Treasurer John Dorer last week, charged with more than two score of felonies stemming from alleged failures to perform his job -- mostly dilatory deposits of tax money into a bank -- his lawyer previewed the defense.
City police early Friday arrested a convicted felon in connection with three robberies at convenience stores this week.