• Cannelton students mark high-school graduation milestone
  • Ivy Tech announces dean’s list students from Perry County

    EVANSVILLE, IN – Ivy Tech Community College Southwest proudly recognizes the following Perry County students for making the Dean’s List for the 2016 spring semester. To be on the Dean’s List, Ivy Tech students must achieve a minimum 3.5 grade point average in specific courses with no D’s or F’s, must have earned six or more credits during the semester, and at least 12 degree eligible credits during their course of study.

  • Principles in workmanship


    Staff Writer


    LEOPOLD – The path to a successful career in today’s technological world is a competitive venture. Some local students are taking advantage of every opportunity available to ensure they have the upper hand when it comes to finding employment, in whatever field it may be.

    More than two dozen Perry Central High School juniors and seniors recently completed coursework that helped them earn Work Ethic Certificates.

  • Diplomas ready for Cannelton Class of ’16


    Staff Writer


    CANNELTON – This Saturday, May 21, the students who comprise Cannelton High School’s class of 2016 will officially finish secondary education and be handed the diplomas they earned through years of tests, homework and early life lessons.

    Atop the academic achievements for seniors are Valedictorian Jordyn Vogt and Salutatorian Damon Powers, who will each address their class at the graduation ceremony, which is set to begin at 10 a.m. in the Cannelton Community Center.

  • Local businesses offering rewards for good grades

    PERRY COUNTY – Three local businesses are reviving the practice of rewarding children who earn good grades. The surprise reward will be administered to the first 500 Perry County elementary students, which includes kindergarten through sixth grade, who pick up their prize at Everbody’s Fun and Fitness Center. The event will take place Wednesday and Thursday, May 25 and 26, from 3 to 7 p.m. and Friday, May 27, from 3 to 5 p.m. These three days are reserved for the first 500 Tell City, Perry Central and Cannelton students.

  • Murray State University grad honored with top computing award

    MURRAY, Ky. – Tell City High School graduate Anjan Kashyab, who received a bachelor’s degree Saturday from Murray State University, was recently named the recipient of the United Systems Outstanding Senior in Computer Information Systems Award for 2016.

    This award was sponsored by United Systems Company. In addition to a certificate and cash award, the name of the recipient is added to a plaque and displayed permanently in the CSIS office lobby.

  • Revelation of success, student awards in plenty
  • Moose Lodge scholarship winner announced

    TELL CITY – The winner of the 2016 Moose Lodge Scholarship is Tell City Junior-Senior High School senior Austin Groves.

    There is still an R. Robert Dale scholarship available to high school juniors. Applications for that scholarship are available at the Moose Lodge and are due by June 30.

  • Kimbril to perform with Colts Drum & Bugle Corps

    PERRY COUNTY –Joshua Kimbril of Tell City has been selected to perform as a member of the Colts Drum & Bugle Corps of Dubuque, Iowa.

    Approximately 350 young people audition for one of the 150 positions in the corps. This is Josh’s first year with the Colts.  He has attended weekend practice and conditioning camps in Dubuque, each month since November and is looking forward to officially moving in and beginning the tour over Memorial Day weekend.

  • New fall deadline for Lilly Community Scholarship

    PERRY COUNTY – The 2017 Perry County Lilly Endowment Community Scholar will be named in early December. Previous scholarship recipients were identified in March of the year they graduated from high school. The change affects the program for all Indiana community foundations.