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Today's Features

  • PERRY COUNTY – Organizers of Perry County’s three Christmas parades have released lists of winners.

     

    Cannelton Christmas

    Parade

    Civic Division

    First place, Cannelton Elementary School

    Second place, Horse Rescue South

    Third place, Perry Childcare

     

    Community Division

    First place, Freewill Baptist Church

    Second place, First Baptist Church

    Third place, Community Christian Church

     

    Commercial Division

  • CANNELTON – Cannelton American Legion Post 142 wishes to thank all its sponsors for their generous donations and support for the poker run, “Cruizin For Our Heroes,” proceeds to benefit local veterans.

    They also wish to thank everyone who participated, attended and helped with this event.

    Approximately $4,000 was raised, of which the Legion presented $1,000 each to the Honor Flight program and to local Veterans Affairs.

  • CANNELTON – Cannelton American Legion Post 142 wishes to thank all its sponsors for their generous donations and support for the poker run, “Cruizin For Our Heroes,” proceeds to benefit local veterans.

    They also wish to thank everyone who participated, attended and helped with this event.

    Approximately $4,000 was raised, of which the Legion presented $1,000 each to the Honor Flight program and to local Veterans Affairs.

  • Raina Nicole Voges and Bradley James Barnes were united in marriage Sept. 12, 2015, at Lincoln Boyhood Memorial in Lincoln City.

    Parents of the bride are Denise Patton of Branchville and Jeffery Voges of Jasper. Parents of the groom are Gary and Angela Barnes of Magnet.

    Beth Hauser officiated. The maid of honor was Hannah Harpenau and the best man was Blaine Persinger, both are friends of the couple.

    Bridesmaids were Isabel Adams of Birdseye, Natasha Newton of Derby and Kosha Wetzel of Tell City, all friends of the bride.

  • Sarah and Rick Kleaving of Troy announce the birth of their daughter Tinley Kay Kleaving. She was delivered at Deaconess Women’s Hopsital in Newburgh on Nov. 7, 2015, and weighed six pounds and 12 ounces and was 19 inches long. The mother is the former Sarah Peter. Tinley was welcomed home by siblings Tyler, 8, and Tayton, 4. Paternal grandparents are Hubert and Alice Kleaving of Tell City. Maternal grandparents are Richard and Nellie Peter of Tell City.

  • Kyla and Isaac Schroeder of Tell City announce the birth of their son, Carter Paul Schroeder on Dec. 14, 2015. He was delivered at 9 a.m. at Deaconess Women’s Hospital and weighed eight pounds and 15 ounces and was 20 inches long. He was welcomed home by his brother Clyde Schroeder.

  • Ashley Lynn Gulley of Richland and Jeremy Bargo of Barbourville, Ky., announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

    Gulley is the daughter of Angie Wheatley and the late Lynn Gulley of Richland. She is the granddaughter of Charlene and Joe Wheatley and Linda and Ron Gulley, all of Richland. She is the great-granddaughter of Gertrude Rogier of Leopold.

  • Ashley Lynn Gulley of Richland and Jeremy Bargo of Barbourville, Ky., announce their engagement and upcoming wedding.

    Gulley is the daughter of Angie Wheatley and the late Lynn Gulley of Richland. She is the granddaughter of Charlene and Joe Wheatley and Linda and Ron Gulley, all of Richland. She is the great-granddaughter of Gertrude Rogier of Leopold.

  • St. Boniface to host Christmas concert

     

    FULDA – St. Boniface Catholic Church will host an Advent and Christmas concert Sunday, Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. featuring Celebration Singers of Dubois, Spencer and Martin counties. The public is welcome to attend. The event is sponsored by  the Heritage and Fundraising Commission at St. Boniface. 

     

    Candlelight service set for Sunday

     

  • ST. MEINRAD – The Saint Meinrad Archabbey Church will participate in a special way in the Holy Year of Mercy designated by Pope Francis. The jubilee year began Dec. 8 and will conclude Nov. 20, 2016.

    Catholics will be able to experience the spiritual benefits of this extraordinary jubilee year in various ways. They are also invited during the year to reach out with God’s mercy to people who experience needs of various sorts.