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Today's Features

  • Lauren Braunecker and John A. Blake of Tell City, along with their parents, announce their engagement and approaching marriage.

    The bride-elect is the daughter of Mary and Clayton Billings of Tell City and Rick and Kara Braunecker of Tell City.
    She is a 2006 graduate of Tell City High School and a 2011 graduate of Western Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree.
    She is a third-grade elementary teacher at William Tell Elementary.

  • The William Tell Developmental Preschool students took a field trip to Tell City Pretzel April 25. The children saw how the pretzels were made and got the chance to fashion their own treats.

  • The Perry County Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting April 26 to commemorate the first anniversary of the Rocky Point Waterfront Grille. Pictured in the front from left are Bev Minto, Sarah and Marty Sanders, John Minto, Rene and Bryan Davis.

  • ST. MEINRAD – Saint Meinrad Archabbey Library Gallery in St. Meinrad will host an exhibit of recently completed ceramic works by Brother Martin Erspamer, OSB until June 8.

    Martin has been a monk of Saint Meinrad Archabbey since 2005. He was a member of a Marianist community in Saint Louis, Mo., from 1971 until joining the monastery at Saint Meinrad.

  • Benefit sing set for Friday
    NEWTONVILLE – The Newtonville Church of Jesus Christ cordially invites everyone to join them in helping friends in need.
    John and Wanda Stark were blessed in recovery after his open-heart surgery this past winter. Now it is the church’s hope to help them with medical expenses.
    Many singers will attend and the church hopes Spencer and Perry County residents will provide their talents as well.

  • TELL CITY – Since 1927, the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association has celebrated Better Hearing and Speech Month each May to raise public awareness of speech and language disorders that affect 14 million Americans.
    Speech and language disorders can take many forms and can limit academic achievement, social adjustment and career advancement. An individual may be born with a speech or language disorder or it may be caused by accidental injury or illness.

  • SALEM – Nine individuals from John Jones Auto Group have earned the distinction of excellence in the GM Mark of Excellence Program.

    To become a Mark of Excellence recipient, a person must exemplify a high degree of dedication toward exceeding Customer Satisfaction expectations and meeting training requirements, while also increasing retail sales, labor and parts sales.

  • GRANDVIEW – Grandview Aluminum Products Inc. has been asked to participate in filming a set of televised promotional clips that will be aired May 9 through May 12 on the Golf Channel during The Players Championship Sawgrass tournament.

    The casting foundry has been manufacturing aluminum and bronze dedication and memorial plaques since 1965. Over the last several years, the Grandview-based foundry has produced the tournament-winner plaques that adorn the Circle of Champions wall located at Sawgrass.

  • In July 2012, Cub Scout Pack 192 took a trip to Marengo Cave.

    Picture here in front of the Dripstone Trail entrance are, from the left, Matt Aders, Johnathon Sims, Taylor Sturgeon, Daniel Scott, Devante Harris, Ashton Mahaney, Jacob Roesch and future scout C.J. Morton.

  • Oakwood Health Campus hosted a volunteer-recognition event to honor those who give their time and talents to others in the community. The theme for this year was the “Hollywood Walk Of Fame…Our Volunteers Are Stars.”