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  • Courthouse will be open Saturday for early primary voting

    PERRY COUNTY – Tell City voters in two precincts may vote today, Friday, Saturday and next Monday at the courthouse for the sole contested primary race in the May 5 primary.

    County Clerk Mandi Mogan said two precincts, Tell City 3 and Tell City 5, will be the only ones voting in the primary.

  • Special Olympics practice
  • Hometown Collaboration: Initiative wants local feedback

    PERRY COUNTY – A new survey is being circulated throughout Perry County and members of the community are being encouraged to provide their honest feedback.

    The survey is being conducted by Perry County’s Hometown Collaboration Initiative  Steering Team to help that team discover where the greatest challenges are to the community. Challenge areas being addressed in the survey include the economy, leadership and quality of place.

  • Memorial Hospital wants to build clinic in county

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    KITTERMAN CORNER – Memorial Hospital and Healthcare Center will approach the Perry County Plan Commission this evening to seek rezoning of land near Kitterman Corner for a proposed medical clinic.

    The plan commission will be asked to rezone a tract of land from light industrial to one that would allow the medical clinic to be built.

  • 4 stars for Tell City Jr.-Sr. H.S.

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    TELL CITY  – Currently ranked an “A” school by the Indiana Department of Education, Tell City Junior-Senior High School joined the ranks of Indiana’s 4-Star schools this week.

    On Tuesday, Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz announced the list of Indiana’s Four Star Schools for the 2013-2014 school year.

  • Kiwanis learn about Lego robotics, museum updates

    TELL CITY –Tell City Kiwanis members welcomed Lena Joyal, curator of the Perry County Museum and William Tell Elementary technology instructor Pat Jarboe to speak during their April 15 and 22 meetings.

    Joyal discussed recent improvements at the Perry County Museum, care of the building and treasures, the hard work of the museum’s volunteers, and the most recent endeavor, the Daughters of the American Revolution veterans project.

  • Perry County man killed in crash on Highway 60 in Kentucky

    MACEO, Ky. – A Perry County man has died from injuries sustained in a single-car crash Sunday on Highway 60 in Daviess County.

    According to local police sources, Scott Board, 33, was a passenger in a car that was traveling west on Highway 60 near Maceo. Police said the driver, 32-year-old Tonietta Villanueva, apparently lost control of the vehicle, which traveled off the left side of the highway, down an embankment and rolled over.

    Board was ejected from the vehicle. He was pronounced dead by the Daviess County Coroner’s Office.

  • Young women’s career expo sends message to reach high, excel

    Lt. Gov. Ellspermann, Johns Hopkins University engineer among speakers

    LEOPOLD – The second-annual DREAM program, for sophomore girls from Perry Central, Tell City and Cannelton high schools took place Friday, April 17, at Perry Central Community School.

    Created by the Perry County College Success Coalition, DREAM stands for dreaming, reaching high, energizing-the-future, amazing and me.

  • Young women’s career expo sends message to reach high, excel

    Lt. Gov. Ellspermann, Johns Hopkins University engineer among speakers

    LEOPOLD – The second-annual DREAM program, for sophomore girls from Perry Central, Tell City and Cannelton high schools took place Friday, April 17, at Perry Central Community School.

    Created by the Perry County College Success Coalition, DREAM stands for dreaming, reaching high, energizing-the-future, amazing and me.

  • A strong community loves its children

    By VINCE LUECKE

    Editor

     

    PERRY COUNTY – Though they wear different hats and serve varied roles in the protection of children, more than a dozen people gathered at the county courthouse earlier this month to mark National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

    The yearly observance recalls the need, nationwide, of extending protection to children who face abuse and neglect and the roles everyone should play in serving as advocates for children in their local communities.