• Top Schweizer Fest crawlers, walkers
  • Veggie Tales
  • 4-H grand prize agriculture winner Kelsi Denu recognized for her efforts

    TELL CITY – The fluid flow experts of Green Leaf, Inc., a Fontanet, Indiana manufacturer of agricultural products, Tractor Supply Company and Indiana 4-H Youth Development recently named Kelsi Denu of Tell City as the Perry County 4-H Fair’s Tractor Supply 4-H Bright Futures Award winner.

    During the Perry County 2015 fair, held July 10-13, Denu was named the 4-H Grand Champion winner in veterinary science and in addition, was recognized as the Tractor Supply 4-H Bright Futures Award winner, receiving a $25 Visa gift card and plaque.

  • Kiwanis induct new members
  • Perry County Community Foundation announces scholarships

    Sydney Goffinet is the recipient of the Branchville Correctional Facility Memorial Scholarship, a $990 scholarship administered through the Perry County Community Foundation.

    The scholarship was created by the Branchville Correctional Facility and is awarded each year to a Branchville employee or their dependents.

    Sydney was one of 33 students who were awarded a scholarship through a fund of the foundation. Each scholarship fund has its own unique student eligibility and selection criteria, which was created by the fund founder.

  • Turner completes basic Air Force training in Texas

    SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Air Force Airman Trevor A. Turner recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.

    Turner completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

  • Mowery attends Hoosier Boys State, serves as city clerk


    TELL CITY – Jacob Mowery of Tell City was selected to attend Hoosier Boys State this year for Tell City Junior Senior High School.

    He attended the week of June 14 through 19. While there, he was elected to the position of city clerk for Baker City in Werner County.

  • ‘Run For Your Mother’ 5K raises $4,407.75

    The annual Run For Your Mother 5K run-walk sponsored by American Colloid Co. in Troy raised $4,407.75 during this year’s event, which honored mothers of this year’s 239 participants. Proceeds benefit hire technology classes in Perry County high schools. The American Colloid Co. 2013 Perry County Leadership Class Career Path Fund is a designated endowment fund created by the American Colloid Co. to provide equal support to Tell City Troy Township School Corp. and Perry Central Community School District for the support of advanced manufacturing.

  • Derby Riverfest pageant winners
  • Young earns rank of professor at Radford University

    TELL CITY – Wesley Young, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Young of Tell City and Brenda Lee of Bowling Green, Ky., was recently promoted to the rank of professor at Radford University in Virginia.

    He has taught there for the past 15 years in the school’s Department of Theatre and Cinema. 

    A teacher, actor and director, Young is a graduate of Western Kentucky University and holds a masters in fine arts from the University of Alabama.