• SIRS launches music therapy

    TELL CITY – Southern Indiana Resource Solutions welcomes Eva Esarey, a board certified music therapist and 2014 Indiana University-Purdue University graduate to its community service team.

    The organization is excited to add music therapy to their wide array of services for people with developmental disabilities in Dubois, Perry, Spencer, Warrick and Vanderburgh counties. Music therapy is the prescribed use of music and musical interventions for the purpose of restoring, maintaining and improving emotional, physical, physiological and spiritual health and well-being.

  • Ken Shourds Equipment bestowed New Holland Award

    ROCKPORT – Ken Shourds Equipment Inc. has been named to New Holland’s exclusive President’s Club, the highest honor New Holland bestows on a dealership. The award recognizes superior service to customers as well as excellence and continuous improvement in business performance.

    New Holland President’s Club Award winners achieved the highest levels in excellence in six categories in the company’s onPoint! Dealer Standards program: service, business management, sales, marketing and customer focus, parts and facilities.

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  • Jarboe serving as foundation intern

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Community Foundation is pleased to announce the hiring of a summer semester college intern, Garrett Jarboe. This position is made possible by the Lilly Endowment, which provides funding for the position.

  • Ribbon-cutting ceremony at Oakwood
  • Barco takes on career coach duties

    BOONVILLE – Southern Indiana Resource Solutions Inc. has announced  that Barbara Barco recently transitioned to a Pre-Employment Transition Service Collaborative Career Coach. SIRS is one of three collaborating partners to receive a two–year pre-employment transition grant. The grant focuses on creating positive strategies for students with intellectual and other disabilities. SIRS implements the grant in Dubois, Perry, Spencer, and Warrick County School systems.

  • Virginia White receives LHDC Community Partner Award

    TELL CITY – Virginia White of Cannelton was announced as a Community Partner Award recipient by the Lincoln Hills Development Corp. during its annual meeting of the Board of Directors recently.

  • Center Floor Spotlight

    Story and Photos by Stuart Cassidy


    It’s as much fun as work, for not only the students at Dance Haven studios, but the instructors as well.

  • Elder retiring from PCMH after 43 years

    TELL CITY – Becky Elder, RN, vice president of clinical services, retired from Perry County Memorial Hospital on June 15 after 43 years of service. While at PCMH, Elder achieved many accomplishments and wore multiple hats. She started her healthcare career right out of school as a staff nurse.

  • Perry County native Jack Boyce honored with Shelby Chamber award

    SHELBYVILLE – Jack Boyce, a Perry County native, who has worked in radio, emergency management and insurance, was honored this spring with the John A. Hartnett Sr. Business Person of the Year Award. The honor was presented at the Shelby County Chamber of Commerce 2017 Awards Gala held March 2 at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino.

    Boyce has worked with Allstate Insurance for more than 20 years and distinguished himself as a prominent businessman in the Shelby County community for five decades.