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Today's Features

  • To keep the birthday list updated, The Perry County News needs your help. Call 547-3424 if you want to add a name, make a change or if a name or date is wrong. If a person is deceased, please advise the newspaper so the name can be removed from the list. This information is appreciated. You can add names for the year if you like.
    July 15

  • Chris Cail, left, president of the Tell City Historical Museum and local photographer Danny Bolin, right, presented noted county artist John Butler with a photo canvas of his painting easel which was on display during his art exhibit at the museum in April.

  • Pictures from vacation Bible schools held around the county so far this summer.

  • Members of a youth service group from St. Paul Catholic Church are in Nashville, Tenn., this week taking part in a mission trip.

  • Tell City Moose Lodge 1424’s Picnic was a hit despite a few showers and hot conditions. Friday night guests enjoyed a twilight ride on the Swinger. Fireworks capped the event Sunday night.

  • Fireworks explode over Magnet Monday as a huge display supported by the community drew hundreds of people. The show outside Betty Ray’s Landing is a community event, with donations from local businesses and residents. Food and music rounded out the celebration. Fireworks shows were held Sunday night in Derby and Tell City.

  • The Oil Township High School Class of 1961 held their 50-year class reunion June 10 at the Patio Steakhouse in Cannelton.

  • In June several Oakwood Health Campus residents enjoyed a fishing trip at Twin Lakes Cedar Cabins and campground in Derby.

    Nearly every resident got at least a nibble and several small bluegill and crappie were hooked and thrown back. The residents were assisted by staff baiting hooks and casting lines. Fish stories were told and cold waters were had. After a picnic lunch, the residents headed back to Oakwood. Pictured here, resident Patty Tindall reels in a catch.
     

  • INDIANAPOLIS – Ava Nicole Hilgenhold has been selected as a state finalist for the National American Miss Pageant to be held this weekend in Indianapolis.

    She will compete in the junior pre-teen division on stage as well as act and portfolio optional categories with the opportunity to advance to the national competition to be held in California in November.

  • Great-grandmother Betty (Dill) Goble holds her great-grandson Hunter Lee Kleeman. Also posing with them for the generations photo is Hunter’s grandmother, Kaye (Goble) Kleeman and his father, Wesley Lee Kleeman.