Today's Features

  • Ashley (Moore) and Jeremy Wagner announce the birth of their daughter Kelsey Danielle Wagner. She was delivered at Perry County Memorial Hospital on Oct. 22, 2015. She weighed eight pounds and seven ounces and she was 21 inches long. She was welcomed home by Jacob Wagner, 11, and Kathryn Wagner, 3. The mother is the former Ashley Moore.

    The maternal grandparent is Sherry Moore of Tell City. Paternal grandparents are John and Jenny Brunner and Keith and Margie Wagner, all of Tell City. Great-grandparent is Elizabeth Simpson of Tell City.

  • Ryun and Brandy Aubrey of Tell City announce the birth of their daughter, Teagan Faith Aubrey. She was born on Oct. 10 at 1:40 p.m. at St. Mary’s in Evansville. She weighed six pounds and three ounces and was 19 inches long. She was welcomed home by her brother Kelton and sister Rylyn, both 8. Paternal grandparents are Randy and Leeta Aubrey of Tell City. Maternal grandparents are Boyd and Connie Wilson of Hardinsburg, Ky. The mother is the former Brandy Wilson.

  • Book signing set for Nov. 7


    TELL CITY – The Villas at 1101 23rd St. will be hosting a meet the authors and book-signing event Nov. 6 from 1 to 3 for two local authors, C.S. Areson and Jim Adkins.

    Areson will discuss his book on forgiveness, “Impossible to Forgive: What God can do when you can’t.”

    Adkins will discuss his work of historical fiction, “Indiana Stories: Little Know Tales from the Heartland.”


    Grief program Nov. 7 in Tell City

  • FERDINAND – Twelve Benedictine sisters celebrated special anniversaries of their religious profession on Sunday, Oct. 25, at Monastery Immaculate Conception in Ferdinand.


    Staff Writer


    TELL CITY – An iconic local automotive shop will remain in the hands of a family with its own long history dealing in automobiles. The building, which was formerly home to Blackie’s Tire Shop at 702 Seventh St., has been purchased by Dauby’s Body Shop owner Mike Dauby and his wife, Cindy.



    TELL CITY – Two natives of Tell City, Sam Snyder and Wes Cantner, make up local music duo Charms Voormann.

    The two have been playing together for about seven years, having met when they weren’t old enough to legally drive. Now that they are both in their 20s, they have the experience and skill earned to pursue their love of music together. 

  • Phil Junker

    Outdoor Tales


    Among his peers in professional tournament competition, Bobby Lane is best known for his skill using spinnerbaits and Carolina rigs, but when water begins cooling in the autumn, the Yamaha Pro often changes to a topwater popping plug.

    Usually considered a summertime lure, Lane actually keeps a popper tied on throughout the fall months, according to information provided by Yamaha.

    Lane is part of a bass fishing family as his brothers, Chris and Arnie also fish the tournament trail