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Today's Features

  • PERRY COUNTY – Numerous Perry County 4-H members were given awards and a 55-year veteran volunteer of the 4-H program was honored during the Perry County 4-H Celebration held Nov. 13 at the Perry County 4-H Fairgrounds.

    Members applied for awards and were selected based on their applications. Leaders were also honored according to their tenure, said Extension 4-H Youth Development Educator Renate Warner.

  • The family of Paul Pfeiffer of Cannelton gathered at St. Michael’s Catholic Church Father Meriate Hall Aug. 28 for a five-generation picture.

    Pictured are three-week-old RyLan Wayne Sandage held by his great-great-grandfather, Paul Pfeiffer, and next to them is RyLan’s great-grandmother, Mary Jo Schullenberg of Cannelton. Behind them are the baby’s grandfather, Tony Sandage of Cannelton and the baby’s father, Tyler Allen Sandage of Tell City.

  • SANTA CLAUS – Santa Claus United Methodist Church, located on Indiana 245 in Santa Claus, has announced its schedule of Christmas-season services.
    The first event will be “The Mystery of the Manger,” a special Christmas children and youth choir program set for 3 p.m. Sunday. The church’s Cherub and Next Generation choirs will share the evidence surrounding Jesus’ birth as it is described in scripture.

  • SANTA CLAUS – Buffalo Run will hold a holiday open house from 10 to 2 p.m., Saturday at Buffalo Run Farm.
    The open house will include a feeding of the buffalo herd at 11 a.m. Visitors may also visit a Native American tepee with various animal hides on display.
    The legendary Lincoln Cabin will be open with a fire and candle-lit interior. Children are invited to play with pioneer toys and try their hands at tomahawk throwing.
    Menu items for the day will include low fat and low calorie buffalo burgers, elk burgers and grass-fed beef hamburgers.

  • PERRY COUNTY – Members of Southern Indiana Power make possible, by rounding up their bill each month, a program that assists organizations and individuals with funds for a wide range of needs and projects in the Southern Indiana Power service territory.

    Local recipients of awards that were recently distributed to the community organizations pictured below.
    Operation RoundUp is a voluntary program, allowing cooperative members to pool resources to better help those in need by rounding up their electric bills to the nearest dollar.

  • ST. MEINRAD – Fourteen seminarians studying at Saint Meinrad Seminary and School of Theology were accepted as candidates for the priesthood Nov. 6 by the Rev. Timothy Doherty, bishop of the Diocese of Lafayette.

  • Little Pigeon to host gospel sing Saturday
    LAMAR – Little Pigeon Baptist Church, off Indiana 245 near Lamar, will host a gospel sing at 7 p.m.Saturday.
    The Woodsman Quartet will be the special guests.
    Refreshments will be served at 6:30 p.m. The public is encouraged to attend.

  • TELL CITY – The Tell City Housing Authority will host an open house Sunday celebrating a new addition to the dining room at Twilight Towers.
    The open house will be from 1 to 3 p.m. in the new dining room.
    At 3 p.m., there will be musical entertainment by Crosswinds. Everyone is invited to attend.

  • TELL CITY – Shasta Faye Simpson of Tell City recently graduated from Regency Beauty Institute, a private school of cosmetology in Evansville, after passing a state test.

    She was offered a position as a cosmetologist at a Paul Mitchell Salon in Wisconsin and at Impulse Studio and Day Spa in Newburgh.
    However, Simpson has hopes of being offered a position in her hometown, Tell City.
    She is a 2004 graduate of Tell City High School and is the daughter of Linda S. and Charles R. Simpson of Tell City.

  • CANNELTON – Pvt. Shy’Leah A. May entered the United States Army May 30 and recently completed her basic training at Fort Sill, Okla., where she was the only female promoted in her platoon.