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Business

  • Dauby serving as president of U.S. broadband group

    ST. MEINRAD – At its annual convention and expo earlier this year in Phoenix, Ariz., NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, elected Perry-Spencer Communication’s president and chief executive officer, Jim Dauby, as their new president of the board.

    NTCA is the country’s premier broadband association representing nearly 900 independent, community-based telecommunications companies that are leading innovation in rural and small-town America. 

  • GAB’s Tell City Clean Sweep benefits city, nonprofits

    TELL CITY  – German American’s Tell City Clean Sweep was held  Saturday, July 18.

    Ten local non-profit organizations participated in a 2-hour city-wide clean up to pick up trash in and around Tell City. 

    The event started and ended at German American’s Tell City Main Street Office located at 645 Main Street.

  • Luke Bawel named Jasper vice president of logistics groups

    JASPER – Jasper Engines & Transmissions has announced the promotion of Luke Bawel to vice president of Jasper’s Supply Chain and Logistics Groups, which includes distribution channels, JET Transit and Jasper Innovative Solutions.

    During his seven year career with Jasper, Luke has worked in a variety of capacities, including manufacturing, quality, inside sales, customer service and outside sales.

    Most recently, he has served as the division manager of JIS.

  • Skinsations ribbon cutting and grand re-opening set

    PERRY COUNTY – Girls in grades kindergarten through 12 are invited to join Girl Scouts.

    There will be an informational registration meeting from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 19, at Twilight Towers-Tell City Housing Authority High Rise, located at 1648 10th St. in Tell City. This year, the membership fee is being reduced from $15 to $7.50, thanks to community donations.

  • Hospital trustees OK mammography equipment

    TELL CITY – Perry County Memorial Hospital will soon be using a Mammotome revolve vacuum-assisted biopsy system, which will allow medical staff to more accurately and less invasively retrieve tissue samples. The hospital’s board of trustees approved the $36,888.25 purchase during their July 22 regular meeting.

  • Hoosier Hills Credit Union welcomes staff to soon-to-open Tell City branch

    TELL CITY – Hoosier Hills Credit Union has welcomed new staff to serve members at its new Tell City location, set to open later this summer.

    Terena Kyle

    Terena Kyle has been hired as vice president of Tell City operations. In her new role with Hoosier Hills Credit Union, she will oversee all operations of the Tell City branch.

  • StarTek to hire new employees at Tell City location

    TELL CITY – New signs installed last month above the doors at a call-center in Tell City alerted all passers-by of the change in ownership.

    In June, the Colorado-based StarTek Inc. acquired the former Accent Marketing  operations in a corporate deal worth about $16 million.

  • Local business supports Perry County Marines
  • Aaron Hoffman featured for student internship

    LAFAYETTE – Aaron Mak Hoffman, grandson of Tell City residents Ed and Dorothy Hoffman, was featured in the Evansville Courier & Press for his accomplishments as a high-school student intern at a Lafayette manufacturing company.

    He lives in West Lafayette with his parents, Sally and Ron Hoffman. Ron is a Tell City High School graduate.            

    The photo and article appeared in the June 21 edition of the Evansville Courier and Press.

  • Hagedorn joins Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana staff

    EVANSVILLE – The Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana has announced two new additions to its team,  Carol Hagedorn and Audrie Burkett. Hagedorn will assume the role of vice president, community development, and Burkett joins the coalition staff as executive assistant. Debbie Bennett-Stearsman will become the new director of special projects.

    Since January 2003, Hagedorn has served as vice president of economic and community development for the Perry County Economic Development Corp.