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Achievements

  • Tell City honors students

    TELL CITY – Tell City Junior-Senior High School hosted its annual honor program last month. There were 169 students recognized at the program, which was held in the school auditorium. Principal Brad Ramsey welcomed students, parents and invited guests. He also shared some of the highlights of the year with test scores setting records, the graduation rate continuing to climb and being awarded an “A” rating by the Indiana Department of Education.  Following the program, light refreshments were served in the Red Apple Inn.  

  • 14 4-H’ers ready to celebrate their final fair

    The 2014 class of final-year and 10-year 4-H members is composed of 14 outstanding individuals. They are Isabel Adams, Rhett Baumeister, Phillip Dauby, Mackenzie Flamion, Levi Harbaville, Jenny Hess, Hillary Hubert, Joseph James, Marissa Kress, Victoria Nash, Aquaila Parker, Callie Poehlein, Ashlee Saalman and Trenton Schraner.

    Isabel Adams

  • Perry Central Captains Club recognizes top 10 junior and senior high school students

    Perry Central Captains Club recognized students in several grade levels for academic achievements. The top 10 students from each grade level of seventh through 11th were recognized. 

  • Jamie Baker named to EKU’s president’s List

    RICHMOND, Ky. – Jamie Lea Baker of Tell City is one of 1,177 students to earn president’s list honors for the spring 2014 semester at Eastern Kentucky University.

    Baker is a senior athletic training major at EKU.

    The president’s list was established by the university to recognize outstanding academic achievement. It is bestowed upon full-time undergraduate students who attain a perfect 4.0 grade-point average for a semester.
     

  • Tell City Junior-Senior High School students honored for achievements

    Tell City Junior-Senior High School hosted its annual honors program last month. There were 169 students recognized at the program, which was held in the school auditorium.

    Students who scored a Pass+ on state testing in mathematics and/or language arts and who maintained a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher for the first semester of the current school year received Presidential Awards for Educational Excellence.

    Students received a certificate, pin and letter from President Obama.

  • Lain chosen to attend Hoosier Girls State

    TELL CITY – Tell City High School’s Amity Lain, who was recently selected by American Legion Post 213 Women’s Auxiliary as an alternate 2014 delegate to Hoosier Girls State, was chosen to attend this week’s event in place of a delegate in another district.

    The event is held June 22-28 at Trine University in Angola.

    Lain is the daughter of Jimmy Lain and Mandy Lain.

  • Schenk graduates Mater Dei, sets sights on IU

    EVANSVILLE – Jered Schenk graduated from Mater Dei High School in Evansville Sunday, May 18.

    While at Mater Dei, he maintained a 3.996 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale and earned magna cum laude honors all four years. Schenk was also a two-year member of the National Honor Society and class salutatorian.

  • Nix to attend law school on merit scholarship

    CANNELTON - Mariah Cheyenne Nix of rural Cannelton graduated May 10 from Indiana University Bloomington campus.

    She earned a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and Political Science and minored in business.

    While at IU, Nix was a member of the Theta Phi Alpha sorority, a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda Honor Society and a three-year Indiana University Dance Marathon committee member.

    Nix was also a volunteer at the Shalom Community Center, a daytime homeless shelter serving the Bloomington area.

  • Hagedorn graduates, pursues master's at BSU

    TELL CITY - Patrick Douglas Hagedorn, a 2010 graduate of Tell City High School, graduated from Ball State University May 3, 2014. He received a bachelor's in sports administration with a minor in business.

    Hagedorn served as student manager for the Cardinals football team for the past three seasons, including serving as head student field manager in 2013.

  • Thomas wins NCAA bracket contest; prize money goes to March of Dimes

    CINCINNATI - Emily Thomas, a senior medical writer in biometrics for INC Research, a global clinical research organization, won a 2014 March Madness contest. She was one of 150 "bracketologists" who took part in a contest based on the NCAA men's basketball tourney.

    Those entering chose a charity that would, if they won, would receive entry fees.