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  • Graham MVP as PC’s boys 3rd in PLAC

    MITCHELL—Marcus Graham won four events to earn Most Valuable Performer honors and lead Perry Central to third place in the PLAC boys track meet Friday.
    Crawford County won with 110 points, two more than runner-up Mitchell. Perry Central scored 89.
    Graham won the 1600-meter run in 4:46.62, the 800 in 2:03.96, and the 3200 in 9:59.17.
    He teamed with John Bashor, Creek Wright and Logan Hubert to win the 3200 relay in 8:36.83.
    Despite running one more event than usual, Graham set a personal record in the 3200.

  • Springs Valley nips Perry Central girls for first place in PLAC

    MITCHELL—Shenay Francis earned the meet’s Most Valuable Performer honors to lead Springs Valley past Perry Central for the PLAC girls track title Friday.
    Springs Valley scored 151 points, seven more than Perry Central in the seven-team meet. Mitchell placed third with 88.
    Francis scored 30.5 points to edge Perry Central’s Macey Emmons by half a point for the MVP award.
    Emmons won the 1600-meter run in 5:52.31 and the 3200 in 12:58.23.

  • Arnold resigns as Tell City’s basketball coach

    Sports Editor

    TELL CITY—Greg Arnold has resigned as Tell City’s boys basketball coach, Principal Brad Ramsey confirmed Thursday.
    Arnold could not be reached for comment but Ramsey said, “I think he told his boys yesterday and he has submitted his letter to (Tell City-Troy Township Schools Superintendent John) Scioldo.”
    Asked his timetable for hiring Arnold’s successor, Ramsey said, “Obviously the sooner, the better” so he could run his own summer program with the team.

  • Local author to give away two e-books

    PERRY COUNTY – Children’s author and Perry County resident Kenneth Edward Barnes will offer two of his books for free online from May 12-16.

    The two titles are “Kenny’s Collection of Children’s Stories,” which consists of jokes, riddles, poems and three short plays, and “The Lost Land of Andreus,” which is an updated version of one of Barnes’ bound released books “Invasion of the Dregs.”

    Barnes has also created a video for Real TV in 2000, which can be found on YouTube and GodTube.

  • Zellers-Etienne

    Cherie Zellers and Jared Etienne of Tell City announce their engagement and upcoming wedding. The ceremony will take place May 14, 2016, at 2 p.m. at Blue Heron Winery. A reception will follow at Blue Heron Bed and Breakfast.

    Zellers is the daughter of Mark and Cheryl Zellers of Tell City. Etienne is the son of Rebecca and the late Donnie Etienne.

    The bride-to-be is employed as a nurse manager at Oakwood Health Campus.

    The future groom is employed as a land surveyor at WB Koester.

    The couple intend to honeymoon in St. Lucia.

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  • Community Events; May 9

    Twilight Towers yard sale May 21


    TELL CITY – Twilight Towers will hold its annual yard sale fundraiser on Saturday, May 21, beginning at 7 a.m. The event will take place in the dining room, located at 1648 10th St. in Tell City.

    There will also be a biscuits and gravy breakfast. The cost for breakfast is $2 for a full order and $1 for a half order. Coffee, milk and orange juice will cost 50 cents. There will also be a bake sale and quilt fundraiser. Everyone is welcome.


  • Arnold: Working to replace ISTEP

    State Rep. Lloyd Arnold

    Guest Columnist


    This legislative session, we worked together to find ways to better evaluate our students and schools in order to continue producing some of the best and brightest minds here in Indiana. By eliminating the troubled ISTEP exam, we laid the foundation to review and replace it with something more effective.

  • Council takes aim on safety-tax spending


    Staff Writer


    TELL CITY – With a first quarter of public-safety-tax money taken into county coffers, the council is now more closely looking at how the money may be spent. Drawing about $37,000 a month into the account, which can be used to pay for police, fire and ambulance protection and other emergency-response equipment, the council members are hoping to prioritize needs as they begin looking toward creation of the 2017 county budget.