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  • Dice needs a home

    Dice continues to be overlooked and has been patiently waiting at the shelter since June for a forever home. If you or someone you know has been thinking about adopting please come in and meet Dice – he’s a great boy.

    He is a mixed breed about a year old and is up-to-date on his vaccines. He will be neutered upon adoption. He was surrendered to the shelter when his family had to reduce the number of pets in their care.

    Dice is great with cats and dogs, likes kids, previously lived indoors and is said to be housebroken.

  • Optimist Club blanket drive underway

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Optimist Club will hold a blanket drive for Catholic Charities and Holiday Helpers. Collection boxes are available at local banks and churches. The blanket drive will run through Dec. 31.

  • Kiwanis Club welcomes several new members

    TELL CITY – Over the past two months, the Kiwanis Club of Tell City has expanded its roster to 61 members.

    New members include Mary Snyder, Debra Neyhouse, Jon Linn, Lee Chestnut, John Scioldo, Dennis Dixon, Missy Noble, Kim Luecke, Amber Thomas and Julie Kohnert.

    Kiwanis Club of Tell City supports various youth activities, including scholarships for the three Perry County high schools, Big Brothers-Big Sisters, After Prom activities, and Kiwanis Key Clubs at Perry Central and Tell City high schools.

  • Cannelton celebrates the season

    Civic Division

    First place, Cannelton Student Council

    Slam-Dunking Christmas

    Second place, Girl Scouts and Daisies

    Third place, “Frozen”-themed float; entrant’s name not available

    Community Division

    First place, Tell City Baptist Church

    Second place, Cannelton Baptist Church

    Third place, Agape Christian Church

    Commercial

    First place, Fortwendel Construction

  • Fenn fund donates to school
  • Cheering in the holidays
  • Council adds local surtax to fee state imposed on scooters

    By KEVIN KOELLING
    Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Council added a local fee to a state law that will regulate motor scooters beginning Jan. 1.

    In a regular meeting Nov. 20, the council voted to approve an amendment to a 1982 ordinance that implemented excise taxes paid when registering motor vehicles. County ordinances are available at www.amlegal.com/library/in/perrycounty.shtml and those taxes are defined in Title III, Chapter 37.

  • Santa to make visits in Tell City, Leopold

    PERRY COUNTY – After an evening stop in Cannelton last week, Santa Claus will make return trips to Perry County Saturday and Sunday.

    Tell City’s annual Christmas parade is set for 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6, and will be preceded by Christmas in the Park events in City Hall Park from 2 to 4 p.m. Activities will include visits with Santa, cookies, caroling and a chili cook-off.

  • Yule-tree tradition

     

  • PCDC, port authority prep site north of Troy for new industry

    By TRINA SEVERSON
    Feature Writer

    TROY – An automotive manufacturing company may be interested in opening a plant north of Troy later next year, according to information shared by Perry County Development Corp.’s Alvin Evans during a regular Troy Town Council meeting Nov 12.