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  • Event excites parents about kids’ success

    PERRY COUNTY – The LHDC Youth Service Bureau’s Early Risers Skills for Success program recently held PEAK Nights (Parents Excited About Kids) at William Tell and Cannelton elementary schools.

  • TC spring cleanup continues through Thursday

    TELL CITY – Tell City’s spring cleanup is under way, providing an opportunity for city residents to rid their basements, attics and garages of unwanted items. Trash will be collected on residents’ normal trash- collection days today through Thursday.

    Household trash will be picked up at the same time and those items must be bagged and tagged as any normal week.

  • Commission backs Waupaca plan

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – The Perry County Plan Commission voted unanimously May 24 to support an effort by Waupaca to obtain warehouse space nearer than the Spencer County facility the company is currently using.

    They approved an amendment to documents establishing in 1997 a tax-increment-financing district that allowed the company to divert taxes toward improvements of its property as it was moving into the county.

  • Tell City High School Class of 2011
  • Officials to examine planning ordinance

    By KEVIN KOELLING, Managing Editor

    TELL CITY – If you want to open a business, launch an industry, start a farm or build a house in Perry County, you may want to watch as the Perry County Plan Commission works to update the county’s zoning ordinance.

    Commission President Robert Harding said at a May 24 meeting an update is needed but money to perform it may be difficult to obtain.

  • Public meetings for proposed jail to begin June 15

    PERRY COUNTY – The Perry County Jail Planning Committee will host the first of several public meetings about a proposed new jail at 6:30 p.m. June 15 at the Perry County 4-H Fairgrounds. The second one is planned for 6:30 p.m. June 30 at the Perry Central High School Cafetorium.

  • The Class of 2011 celebrates
  • Catholic Charities seeks maternity clothing

    PERRY COUNTY - Catholic Charities is seeking gently used maternity clothing to expanding its Matrix Lifeline service benefiting expectant and new mothers.

    Matrix Lifeline assists pregnant women and women with babies. The program offers assistance with diapers, formula, baby beds and maternity and baby clothes for children up to the age of 2. Donations of formula, diapers and baby wipes will be appreciated. Those items are also accepted year-round

  • Family coping after fire destroys home

    ROME - A Perry County family is seeking assistance after a Tuesday fire destroyed their home on Bear Creek Road. No one was at the residence when the blaze was reported at 12:39 p.m.

    The home and contents were destroyed, said Kristy Sodrel, who said she, her husband, Sonny, and children Hunter and Kailee had lived there since January.

    The couple said the contents were not insured.

    The couple said they have received clothing donations but could still use some items for their children.

  • Tell City cleanup nears; early disposal hours set for 7 to 10 a.m. Saturday

    TELL CITY - Memorial Day may have marked the start of summer, but Tell City residents will be thinking spring cleaning next week as the community's yearly roundup of unwanted items begins.

    In fact, residents willing to haul their own unwanted items can get a head start Saturday.

    The week of June 6-9 has been designated spring cleanup week in Tell City.

    Residents will be able to clean out their basements, attics and garages during those days. Items will be collected on residents' normal trash collection days.