Since the day its first families disembarked from the Ohio River, Tell City has been special. Some talk of America’s exceptionalism. Tell City has been and is exceptional. It has stood head and shoulders above other planned communities in the Midwest.
TELL CITY – Like many of the men and women honored before her, this year’s Distinguished Citizen was filled with equal parts surprise and humility upon hearing the news that she had been chosen for the annual Schweizer Fest Award.
TELL CITY – Schweizer Fest, Tell City’s annual celebration of its Swiss-German heritage, will unfold this week with favorite activities from the past and new ones. Throw in rides, games, an expanded Main Street beer garden and four nights of music and you have all the ingredients for a big celebration.
TELL CITY – Scenic Lincoln Way is planning train excursions Friday and Saturday. Trains will depart the Tell City Depot on Tell City’s Seventh Street. Visit www.sceniclincolnway.org/events.html to purchase tickets online.
Tickets can also be purchased at the Perry County Convention and Visitors Bureau, located a 333 Seventh St. in Tell City. The CVB is located in the Tell City Depot.
PERRY COUNTY – Perry County Memorial Hospital invites the community to participate in a 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment for the purpose of gaining public insight on health needs in the community.
PERRY COUNTY – The first steps in exploring the possibility of a Boys & Girls Club of America program in Tell City and Perry County was taken this week.
Mark Branch, Organizational Development Director for BGCA, provided an overview of the club and steps that might be taken in establishing the club, to a handful of people representing several local organizations.
The presentation was organized by Mika Howell, who had visited a Boys and Girls Club in Corydon and became interested in the possibilities of opening a local club.
TELL CITY – A group or residents in Tobin Township are banding together in hopes of finding a way to obtain municipal water. Currently, property owners in the German Ridge area near Gerald rely on wells or cisterns, but even then, adequate supplies are limited.