• Operation Round Up grant applications being taken

    PERRY COUNTY – Thanks to its collective donations Operation Round Up has become a successful way to provide funds to local community programs and projects. The Operation Round Up board of trustees will be accepting applications through Sept. 15.  Disbursement will take place in October.

    Those eligible to apply for funds include groups or organizations located within the Southern Indiana Power service territory which covers the counties of Perry, Spencer and areas in Dubois and Warrick counties. Applicants need not be members of the cooperative.

  • Air Evac Lifeteam sponsors eight critical care paramedics

    TELL CITY – Perry County Memorial Hospital and Emergency Medical Services is proud to announce the graduation of six full-time and two casual Paramedics from the Critical Care Paramedic class sponsored by Air Evan Lifeteam. The class was made available due to a grant awarded from Work1 to ensure all full time staff received this education and their certification test fee was paid for in full. The last step to the class is passing their board certification test through the Board of Critical Care Transport and Paramedic Certification.

  • Domtar honored by Schweizer Fest Inc.

    TELL CITY – Active for the past 50 years as a major employer, corporate citizen and economic driver of the area’s economy, Domtar Paper Co. was honored Aug. 10 with the annual business award presented by Schweizer Fest Inc. and the Perry County Chamber of Commerce.

    This year’s testimonial dinner was held at the Tell City Knights of Columbus home. This year marked the first time the award had not been given to a Perry County business, something Perry County Chamber of Commerce Director Wendi Rich said speaks volumes about the company.

  • PB&J Daycare ribbon-cutting
  • Ribbon cut at Complete Wellness
  • Dauby honored
  • Chief Elf Pat Koch honored as one of the Top 50 Over 50

    SANTA CLAUS – Pat (Yellig) Koch has been chosen as one of the Top 50 over 50 in Birmingham, Ala.

    This annual award, created in 2014 by Positive Maturity Inc. recognizes individuals 50 and older for their success and/or lifetime achievements in business, personal life and civic engagement.

  • St. Vincent StatFlight Expands Coverage to Evansville

    EVANSVILLE – This week, St. Vincent officials announced that effective Nov. 1, St. Vincent StatFlight, operated by PHI Air Medical, will become the largest air medical provider in Indiana with the addition of the program’s sixth base in Evansville.

    The new St. Vincent StatFlight base will replace the existing St. Vincent LifeFlight program that has been in service for more than 35 years. St. Vincent is part of Ascension, the nation’s largest Catholic and nonprofit health system.

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  • Hoosier Hills says thanks to members Aug. 11

    TELL CITY – Hoosier Hills Credit Union will celebrate its annual Member Appreciation Day at its Tell City Service Center, located at 923 Payne St, on Friday, Aug. 11.

    Each summer, branch staff, management and board members gather to host a day of fun for HHCU members. Members will enjoy a free lunch of hot dogs, popcorn, chips and cookies. They will also have the chance to enter a drawing to win an iPad mini.