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Today's Features

  • VBS at Deer Creek
    TELL CITY – Deer Creek Baptist Church in Tell City will host its summer vacation Bible school, “Kingdom Rock,” from Sunday through June 28 at the church.
    Experiments, games, snacks, music and more is planned for participating children.
    Each session will be from 6 to 8:30 p.m. and children in kindergarten through sixth grades are welcome to attend.

  • HAWESVILLE, Ky. – Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 115 Main St., Hawesville, will host its annual barbecue picnic July 13.
    Pork, mutton, chicken and burgoo will be available for carry out beginning at noon. Serving for the picnic will begin at 3:30 p.m. Barbecue will be available as sandwiches or dinners.
    An air-conditioned hall will be available for patrons to dine in.
    The event will include fun booths and games for everyone. A flea market will open at 7 a.m.

  • BIRDSEYE – Registration is open for the Patoka Lake Triathlon taking place at Patoka Lake beach Aug. 24. All proceeds from this event will go to support Patoka’s nonreleasable raptors; a red-tailed hawk and eastern screech owl. With your help, the staff may also be able to save the life of a bald eagle by acquiring a nonreleasable eagle for Patoka’s raptor education program.

  • Rick and Dorothy Simpson of Tell City announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jennifer Simpson, to Lucas Bryant of Tell City, the son of David and Greta Bryant of Tell City.

    The bride-elect is a 2011 graduate of Perry Central and will graduate from Indiana University Southeast in May 2014. She is majoring in special education.
    Mr. Bryant is a 2011 graduate of Perry Central and majoring in criminal justice at Owensboro Community and Technical College. He works at Meggitt Production Systems.

  • Jenna Wilson and Kevin Gengelbach were united in marriage during an evening ceremony at the Discovery Lodge in Burdette Park in Evansville Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013.

    The bride is the daughter of Lin and Teri Staples of St. Wendel. Mr. Gengelbach is the son of Lee and Libby Gengelbach of Tell City.
    The bride was given in marriage by her father and her son, Miles Wilson in the double-ring ceremony officiated by the Rev. Andy Payton.

  • Adam and Nicole Etienne of Louisville, Ky., announce the birth of their son, Tyler Edward Etienne, Friday, May 10, 2013, at Suburban Hospital in Louisville.
    The infant weighed 9 pounds, 1 ounce and was 201/2 inches long.
    Mrs. Etienne is the former Nicole Meiman. Tyler has one older brother, Alex, 3.
    Grandparents are Joe and Esnoe Meiman of Louisville and Fred and Nancy Etienne of Magnet.

  • Logan and Brittany Terry of Tell City announce the birth of their son, Jayce Logan Terry, Tuesday, April 23, 2013, at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Evansville.
    The infant weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces and was 20 inches long.
    Mrs. Terry is the former Brittany Persinger. Jayce has two older twin brothers, Noah and Landon Terry, 6.
    Grandparents are Patrick and Debbie Terry of Tell City, Kelly Terry of Tell City, Charlotte Persinger and John Waninger of Tell City and Rick and Barbara Persinger of St. Anthony.

  • Wesley R. and Beverly M. Wilson of Tell City announce the birth of their daughter, Heidi Verna Wilson, Monday, June 3, 2013, at Perry County Memorial Hospital in Tell City.
    The infant weighed 5.9 pounds and was 18 inches long.
    Mrs. Wilson is the former Beverly Harris. Heidi has three older siblings, Shelby G. Wilson, 13, Deacon W. Wilson, 8, and Bishop C.H. Wilson, 3.
    Grandparents are William Terry and Traci Harris of Tobinsport and Ronald and Paula Wilson of Rockport.

  • Members of Troop 192 gathered May 11 at Tell City American Legion Post 213 to honor four Scouts who earned the rank of Eagle. Pictured from the left are Keith Holman, Trent Harding, Scoutmaster Mark Miller, Clint Waninger and Kyle Fuchs.

  • CANNELTON – The seventh-annual Camp with a Cop is set for July 17-19 and will offer campers three days and two nights of activities. Children entering fifth through ninth grades are invited.
    The camp is designed to build respect and confidence in youth through positive encounters with law enforcement agencies from various state and local departments.