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  • Community Events; April 17

    CCC prayer vigil April 30

     

    TELL CITY – Community Christian Church will hold a service of prayer and praise with a candlelight vigil Sunday, April 30, at 6 p.m. The event is meant to honor the country and grieve all pain and sorrow. The public is invited.

     

    CCC to serve dinners May 6

     

  • Sale of Troy refinery site nears

    By Don Steen

    Staff Writer

     

  • TC Schools to ask for construction proposals

    By STUART CASSIDY

    Staff Writer

     

    TELL CITY – After months of preparation toward securing requests for qualifications from engineering firms to guide the school corporation through planned repairs at William Tell Elementary, it’s back to the drawing board. The Tell City School Board voted down proposals that would have allowed for hiring of a project manager to oversee construction on a new secure front entryway and HVAC upgrades, both which were hoped to begin this summer.

  • Derby Association takes possession of Mulzer Park

    TELL CITY – The Derby Community Association is now the official owner of that community’s Mulzer Park.

    Brad Franzman, president of the Perry County Parks and Recreation’s board of directors, announced at Wednesday’s meeting that the park formerly owned by the county parks department was deeded to the DCA March 22. DCA President Mike Simon accepted the deed.

    One of the stipulations with the deed was that if the DCA were ever unable to maintain the park, ownership of it would revert to the county parks department.

  • Dogwood Tour kicks off this weekend

     

    PERRY COUNTY – The 55th Annual Dogwood Tour is set for April 22-23, with events and special promotions planned at a few participating Perry County businesses several days before the official weekend. 

  • State education emphasis on full-inclusion instruction

    By STUART CASSIDY

    Staff Writer

    TELL CITY – Students with learning disabilities may find future installments of state assessments more difficult. And as such teachers are amending their techniques to ensure all are prepared when it comes to standards-based testing.

    According to William Tell Elementary Principal Laura Noble, changes in special education laws will require all students to take tests based on their current grade level, regardless of actual capabilities.

  • Holy Week
  • Cannelton CSO plans on revamp

    By STUART CASSIDY

    Staff Writer

     

    CANNELTON – Changes in the fees on Tell City invoices for wastewater treatment has Cannelton officials eying construction of its own facility. Such talks are in the infancy stages, but according to project manager Eric Parsley of Commonwealth Engineers, its an endeavor that needs to be investigated.

  • Draggin’ Main to hit Cannelton Streets Saturday

    CANNELTON – The weather is heating up, and so are the engines. In a seasonal rite of automotive heritage, Draggin’ Main will hit the streets Saturday. 

  • Armory Annex project nearing completion

    By STUART CASSIDY

    Staff Writer

     

    TELL CITY – Renovations of the former National Guard Armory, transforming the building into offices for a county courthouse, are nearing completion. If all goes as scheduled, the annex could be open in early June.